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Chalet Kilauea Collection

At a Glance

    Pros

  • free Wi-Fi at all facilities
  • free afternoon tea at main office
  • friendly front desk
  • large variety of lodging types to choose from
  • hot tub
  • fireplace

    Cons

  • office closes at 5 pm—late arrivals allowed with formal check-in the following morning

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Chalet Kilauea Collection Review

Comprising three inns and lodges in and around Volcano Village, the collection has rooms and suites ranging from a historic lodge with no-frills, basic bedrooms to a deluxe inn with themed rooms and its own six-person hot tub. The showpiece property, the Chalet Kilauea (double-occupancy rooms start at $130) features bamboo or tile floors, mounted flat-screen TVs, imported linens, and custom-made wooden bed frames. The Lokahi Lodge ($110) provides cozy rooms with plenty of exposed beams and wood, comfy beds, and amenity centers with fridge, as well as an on-site, three-person hot tub. The most reasonably priced lodge is the Volcano Hale ($55), which has a communal kitchen and fireplace. Each room at Volcano Hale has cable TV; bathrooms are shared.

    Hotel Details

  • 14 rooms, 3 suites, 5 houses
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-25-2014

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