Great local for Volcano Town
The town of Volcano is at elevation & gets very cold at night (40's when we were there)-pack accordingly! The room would have been comfortable had we turned on the heaters before heading down to see the lava at night. We returned after 1 AM & didn't bother to turn them on- I spent the rest of the night trying to keep my baby warm- and didn't get much sleep until things started heating up in the morning. The large room with the King & Queen beds worked perfectly for our family of 4.
The jacuzzi is great for the evening climate & a definite +.
The service was average. The owner was nice & cheerful, but I missed breakfast & my hubby saved me cold coffee. There is a small supply of food to purchase in the B&B to cook yourself for dinner, but we really enjoyed the 5 minute walk to a great Thai food restaurant (get reservations we almost missed out on dinner!).
It is expensive to stay in the National Park. We have spent $50 a night for rustic cabins that had no electricity, hard beds you had to make up yourself, and community camping style bathrooms. This was a thousand times better for about $100 and I would stay at Aloha Junction again... Next time I will be sure to turn on the heaters & get up in time for breakfast. The local is great.
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