Exterior of Volcano House Entrance

Discover Volcano House

Great Room with a Fireplace at Volcano House

Dream up a different kind of vacation, one where the excitement of the outdoors is matched by the unique history inside the Volcano House lodge. First built in 1846, Volcano House has hosted visitors from around the world for generations, and its historic buildings represent a vital piece of Hawaii tourism’s past. Learn about the land and culture through the Volcano House lending library, which houses a variety of guidebooks, cultural history literature and children’s bedtime stories.

Deeply rooted in Hawaiian culture and hospitality, the hotel offers an exceptional visitor experience and a legacy of aloha. In partnership with the National Park Service (NPS), Volcano House is proud to welcome visitors with a renewed commitment to Hawaiian hospitality with excellent service.

Volcano House is strongly committed to implementing a number of sustainable initiatives, including a recycling program, local food sourcing with seasonal specials in the restaurant, ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System) certification, Hawaii Green Business certification, and becoming a Waste Wise partner and Energy Star partner.

Standard Room at Volcano House

Hotel Rooms

Relax and unwind in one of the 33 historic guest rooms with surrounding views of Kilauea’s Halemaumau crater.

Uncle George's Lounge with bar and bar stools and a dining area


Treat yourself to a delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner at The Rim and all-day dining at Uncle George’s Lounge.

Gift Shop features Native Hawaiian art, jewelry and crafts made by local artisans

Gift Shop

Visit our retail store for a handmade gift by a local artisan inspired by the beautiful land and culture of Hawaii Island.

Hikers walking through trails and cleared paths

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Take a hiking adventure or a relaxed bike ride to the Steam Vents, the Jaggar Museum or the Thurston Lava Tubes.

Rest & Relaxation

Find your spot to cozy up with a book, drink your coffee, or just take in the views.

Punaluu Black Sand Beach with sea turtles resting on the shore.

Nearby Attractions

Explore the area just outside of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park where you’ll find local art, cafes, coffee plantations, black sand beaches and more.


    • 24-hour front desk
    • ADA rooms available
    • Bell-Service
    • Complimentary self-parking
    • Complimentary WiFi Internet access throughout the hotel
    • Complimentary daily local newspaper in lobby
    • Complimentary use of cruiser bicycle rentals
    • Electronic key card
    • Guided tours
    • Lending library
    • Non-smoking hotel
    • Retail shops & restaurants
    • Security
    • Soda Machines ($)
    • Wake up call service

($) Indicates a separate fee applies.