Volcano House Hotel
Address : 1 Crater Rim Drive, Hawaii National Park, HI
Phone : (808) 756 9625

ABOUT Volcano House Hotel

Volcano House Hotel

Volcano House Hotel is the only hotel within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. It offers 33 newly (2013) restored guest rooms, a dining room, snack bar, lounge, and retail shop, along with Hawaiian cultural events and performances. In addition to its guest rooms, the Volcano House also manages camper cabins and campsites in Namakanipaio Campground.

Volcano House overlooks Halema‘uma‘u Crater at the summit of Kilauea and within a short hike along Napau Trail to view Pu‘u O‘o along the East Rift zone guests can witness spectacular eruptions of Kilauea, one of the only active volcanoes in the world.

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Volcano House Hotel Guest Rooms

Decades of Hawaiian history come alive when you stay in one of Volcano House’s newly renovated historic hotel rooms. Each suite embodies the hotel’s colorful legacy as the Big Island's most unique and iconic accommodation destination. Our classic Hawaiian lodgings combine rustic North Pacific island decor with contemporary amenities.

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Volcano House Cabins & Campsites

Three miles beyond the Volcano House is one of the most unique campsites in the world. Tucked within a eucalyptus grove 4,000 feet above sea level, the Namakanipaio Campground offers a one-of-a-kind camping experience within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The Namakanipaio campground features 10 Camper Cabins with recently refurbished flooring and beds, along with community campground facilities (newly renovated bathroom included). Campsites are also available for visitors with tents and other supplies that reflect a more traditional camping experience.

More information on Volcano House Cabins

More information on Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Entrance Fees and Campsites

Volcano House Hotel Dining

The Rim - Authentic and creative Hawaiian cuisine made from a 95% locally sourced supply. 

Uncle George's Lounge - For tropical cocktails and PuPus (appetizers).

Volcano House Hotel - Uncle Georges Lounge

Volcano House Hotel - Airport Directions

From Hilo Airport: Exit the airport; turn left onto HI-11/Kanoelehua Avenue/Hawaii Belt Road. Continue 28 miles to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Turn left onto the park entrance at Crater Rim Drive. (45 minute drive)
From Kona Airport: Exit the airport and turn right onto HI-19/Queen Kaahumanu Highway. Continue 99 miles to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Turn right onto the park entrance at Crater Rim Drive. (2.5 to 3 hour drive).

Volcano House Hotel - Kilauea Crater

*content and images edited from Volcano House Hotel management website

YAH Says...

Volcano House Hotel

Volcano House Hotel

There is a list of activities that come to mind when visitors make plans to visit the Hawaiian Islands. Surfing, snorkeling, pineapple plantation touring, Kona coffee tasting, luau dining, and visiting the Big Island's famed Kilauea Volcano. Kilauea is a mysterious beast that lures visitors from all over the world to its steaming crater but keeps them at an arm's length due to its fierce and temperamental nature. Even with the bevy of boat, hiking, and helicopter tours available Kilauea seems like a gamble to many - you never know when it's going to put on a show. Looking for the best way to hedge your bets with Kilauea? Spend a few nights with her.

The reopening of the Volcano House Hotel is one of the greatest things to happen to tourism on the Big Island. Steep in history this piping hot accommodation attraction is sure to fill to capacity for many years to come as long as Pele (Hawaiian Goddess of Fire that resides in spirit in the region) permits.

As far as locations go the Volcano House Hotel, with its rugged landscape and a close proximity (as in ridiculously close) view of Halema‘uma‘u Crater at the summit of Kilauea, offers the perfect departure for those that have already explored the Big Island's beach front hotels and resorts.

The renovations that reopened the Volcano House Hotel opted out of post modern contemporary design in favor of true island interior and architectural accents. If one was to close their eyes on the Mainland to open them suddenly within a suite at the Volcano House Hotel they would instantly know they were in Hawaii - exactly as it should be. The Aloha service too conveys what people come to these islands for in the first place.

Even though the fire breathing natural landscape of the region demands you leave the comforts of the accommodation to explore with wanderlust you'll return each evening ecstatic to join other guests within the walls of The Rim for fine, but far from pretentious, Hawaiian dining as the sun sets and Kilauea takes over with its own orange, red, and yellow hues. The experience of enjoying the Hilo Coffee-rubbed Lamb or the White Pineapple Wrapped Opakapaka while sipping a sparkling Hula O Maui as Kilauea glows outside of the expansive windows is proverbially incomparable.

Pay homage to Pele for prompting the eruptions that shaped the beveled edges and beauty of the Hawaiian Islands by entering her embrace within the comforts of her warm bosom at the Volcano House Hotel.

Write-up by Marcus Maraih - Editor. Follow Marcus Maraih on Google

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