The Honoka'a Club was started about a century ago, for the plantation mangers but it soon became an attraction for the plantation workers. It is situated in Hawaii's quaint town of Honokaa. They offer warm local hospitality in a wooden setting. It is encompassed in the breathtaking scenery of Hawaii ... More
Hotel Honokaa Club
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The Honoka'a Club was started about a century ago, for the plantation mangers but it soon became an attraction for the plantation workers. It is situated in Hawaii's quaint town of Honokaa. They offer warm local hospitality in a wooden setting. It is encompassed in the breathtaking scenery of Hawaii which will make you return for more. During your stay, you can enjoy the nearby towns, parks and valleys which are at an insignificant distance. Experience the stunning and serene beauty of Waipio Valley which is immeasurable in words.
This hotel is in a 1926 historic building. It is very well kept and very clean. The staff was incredibly nice and helpful and there was full hotel service with room cleaning and bed making. There was a continental breakfast in the morning that included wonderful fresh local fruit. The hotel is located in a quaint small town with fun little shops and a nice local atmosphere. On top of all of that the price is fantastic for travelers who don't have money coming out of their ears or want to stay some place that isn't an overly commercialized tourist trap.
I would absolutely recommend this place to anyone and hope to someday come back here again.
The manager greeted us as we drove up. The room we were given was absolutely darling. The view was spectacular. Amenities were modest, but the place was very clean. The TV had good reception, and we slept very well. The shower was cute, painted with ferns and island flowers.
We would go there again. They had complimentary continental breakfast and then helped us find fun things to do.
It is a hostel.
An older hostel.
If price is a big concern, it's your place.
There probably isn't anything less expensive.
The rooms are old, hot water is questionable, and the owner is not friendly.
Close to town, actually it is in town.
Fine to stay here if you are a hiker.
Not the place for a honeymoon!!
I liked the town that it was in. Honokaa reminded me of my hometown 50 years ago. Interesting shops and many chances to talk to locals.
The hotel was a mix between hostel and b&b. It was definitely affordable. Walls are thin (because its an old hotel). You can hear people walking down the halls with the wheels of their suitcases rolling. Everything was clean, fixtures on sink was rusty with 'character' but all working.
If you are out and about all day and just need a quiet place to sleep, this is a great place at a great price.
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