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Holualoa Inn

  • 76-5932 Mamalahoa Hwy. Map It
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2014 Hotel
Award Winner 2014


  • Within walking distance of art galleries and cafés
  • Well appointed, with wood floors, fine art, and lots of windows
  • Panoramic views


  • Not kid-friendly

Updated 01/06/2014

Fodor's Review

Six spacious rooms and suites—plus a private, vintage, one-bedroom cottage that's perfect for honeymooners—are available at this beautiful cedar home on a 30-acre coffee-country estate, a few miles above Kailua Bay in the heart of the artists' village of Holualoa. Nicely appointed with Asian furnishings and fine local art, the inn offers "garden-to-plate" gourmet breakfasts including Kona coffee grown on the property, fresh fruits, jams, eggs from the inn's coop, homemade

breads, quiches, French toast, and macadamia-nut butter. On-site are rooftop gazebos, a mosaic-tiled swimming pool, hot tub, fireplace, guest kitchenette with refrigerator and utensils, dedicated massage pavilion, beautifully manicured tropical gardens, and a meandering coffee trail dotted with historic sites. The Malulani Pavilion provides an open-air setting for weddings, receptions, gatherings, and retreats.

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Hotel Information


76-5932 Mamalahoa Hwy., Box 222, Holualoa, Hawaii, 96725, United States

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808-324–1121; 800-392–1812

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 6 rooms, 1 cottage
  • Breakfast

Updated 01/06/2014


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