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I was slightly worried about this place, as some of the reviews complain about the place not being clean, both for the rooms and the kitchen.
As we arrived to the lovely and lush grounds we were warmly greeted by (young) Ken and his wife,...More
These little wood houses surrounded by a a huge garden is not what we can call conventional. Calm and peaceful, this is a very aithentic place. You can enjoy in the morning a good breakfast with many birds and funny geckos.
Let me start by saying I am soooo happy we stayed here for a week during Ironman World Championship. My husband needed a place that was quiet and comfortable and we got it here at Hale Maluhia. We stayed in the Banyan House, which is...More
Where to start? First, the location is perfect. It's a short drive from the airport and up the mountain to a peaceful retreat. Second, Ken and Sunny welcome you to a cozy room waiting just for you. Third, the flora and fauna are delightful --...More
We stayed for three nights in the smallest room, but the room itself was comfortable and enough for us. The property itself is very lush, and we got to enjoy a bird show every morning at breakfast. You really felt like you were away from...More
It has been a long time since I stayed there but the owner/operator is pretty true to his words. He tries hard in a tough environment (natural) to keep it "clean". Nope, it will likely never be like the Resorts at Kukio, etc. I have stayed in both. You get where ya go. This spot is not for all, so be careful and considerate if you do go. As has been said, there is a lot of aloha here so go with the flow. Enjoy it so.
11 November 2015|
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"Just be aware that there are lots of frogs at night."