Views From the Rim of Hawaii’s Most Famous Volcano

Halemaʻumaʻu Crater House of the ʻāmaʻu fern

Welcome to the Volcano House Hotel in Hawai'i, a historical retreat with 33 guest rooms, 10 cabins and 16 campsites located in the Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. A destination for the explorer in you, offering both familiar and exotic experiences. It is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, waking on the edge of an active volcano and a UNESCO Heritage Site. You’re 4000 feet above sea level in a unique geologic ecosystem and cultural landscape.

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The Hotel

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Historic Hotel Rooms

Relax on the edge of the Kilauea volcano crater in one of our vintage accommodations whilst enjoying the spectacular views of the caldera.

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Unique Campsites

Stay in one of our 10 cozy cabins or camp at one of the 16 sites among groves of towering eucalyptus trees.

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Four Features You'll Love

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Historic Location Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

At its highest point Kilauea measures 4190 ft and is one of the world’s most active volcanoes.

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Gourmet Dining The Rim

Treat yourself to a refreshing taste of Hawaii at one of our two amazing restaurants with views of the caldera. Both Uncle George's Lounge and The Rim have tables just a few yards from the edge..

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Doorstep Adventures Experiences

The Big Island's unspoiled natural landscape is right outside your door.

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Tradition Local Culture & Hospitality

Mahalo e nā kupuna lā ʻeā—Gratitude to our ancestors. Share in our culture of respect to those before us and hospitality to guests.

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Join us for delicious local fare
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Dining

Food

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Hiking

The most exhilarating aspect of hiking the Kīlauea Iki Trail is the descent through lush rainforest to trek along a once active lava lake.

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Thurston Lava Tube

Walk through a verdant rain forest and listen for the calls of native birds before entering a 500-year old lava tube!

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Experience

The ongoing transformation of  the Halema'uma'u crater.

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Camping

The aroma of eucalyptus trees and fresh air is the distinct fragrance of the Nāmakanipaio Campground. See the lava fields, grill, explore, and plenty more.

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