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Great laid back atmosphere, with a 5-piece band playing good music, a mix of old classics and Hawaiian tunes. Locals and tourists with a friendly vibe. The food was good, especially the fish. Big portions, pretty good value.
The Hotel Molokai is as close as you can get to Tahiti in the Hawaiian Islands. Conveniently located just 2 1/2 miles east of Kaunakakai, the hotel is located along a quiet, well protected shoreline with a view of the island of Lanai just nine...More
There are only two bars on the entire island of Molokai so it is slim pickings when you need to wet your whistle.
You will get to meet some interesting locals and get lots of expert advice on things to do and where to go...More
Unfortunately the kitchen was not operational, so no food available, but the view from this location is great. There was local music on the Friday afternoon we visited and it's not to be missed! Stop by for a drink, or better yet, stay at the...More
We stayed one night at the the Hotel Molokai, and visited the bar for some pre-dinner drinks. There was just 3 locals, the bartender and us. and we all quickly became friends! The drinks were very good and the fruit was fresh. One of the...More
If you are thinking grand hotel on a beach in Hawaii this isn't for you! But if you want a beautiful, authentic Polynesian atmosphere it is stunning!
Spacious rooms...individual Polynesian huts. Comfy beds. Kitchenette. No air conditioning but fans and trade winds do the job...More
Last summer the restaurant at the Hotel Molokai was damaged by fire. It still has not reopened, however the bar is flourishing. Due to a friend who has a house on Molokai, i have visited this bar on perhaps too many occasions. It is right...More