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It’s an historic hotel, without TV or any fancy amenities.
Room was relatively comfortable.
The owner works at the front desk and was very friendly.
The cheap rate is a big incentive to stay there.
Not too far from Kona, so if you tour the...More
This hotel is a great bargain! We stayed in the Japanese room which I would highly recommend. I have no complaints about the room at all, nor any about this hotel. The attached restaurant is a bargain with great food. The pork chops and ahi...More
This is the perfect place to stay if you plan on being out all day and just need a place to crash and take a shower before venturing out the next day. I think it is reasonably safe but there are locals that seem to...More
I hesitate to write this review, because I don't want to jeopardize my chances of getting a reservation at Manago the next time I visit Hawai'i. But since I planned my first-ever Hawaiian vacation by using online review sites, I'd like to provide enough information...More
You're lucky if you can get a reservation. No frills - just nice people. Very inexpensive and beautiful. You can see the ocean from the top level - a few dollars more for each level. The garden is lovely. The porkchops are great. Everyone on...More
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US$67 - US$82 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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How bad is sharig a bathroom? How many rooms feed in to a single bathroom?
Are the japanese mats more or less comfortable than the mattresses?
Your input is appreciated. I am deciding on a room for one 65 year old female. I would like to save money but is sharing a bathroom worth it?
12 April 2015|
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I can't answer your specific questions but debated the whole shared/not shared bathroom question with myself before booking to stay 2 nights in December last year. Given the prices are so reasonable I decided to go with the... More
I can't answer your specific questions but debated the whole shared/not shared bathroom question with myself before booking to stay 2 nights in December last year. Given the prices are so reasonable I decided to go with the private bathroom. Probably if you need to ask then it is worth the extra cost :)
I had a room on the second floor. The bed was comfortable (quite firm). This is a super place to stay, the people were lovely and the breakfasts are delicious.
PS I am 64.