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This is an inn; no breakfast. And don't expect hosts to hover. It is a fascinating and historic building that has grown over the years. Once it was home to a Parker Ranch manager, later Lawrence Rockefeller's quarters. The sprawling public rooms, library, and billiard...More
We had a decent stay at the jacaranda. The rooms were clean, the bathroom was huge,and the property was nice. Reading previous reviews, I would agree it was sort of strange. It's not your typical hotel where you are walk in and be greeted by...More
This was one of the most unusual stays we've had. We selected this after reading a review in The Big Island Revealed.
We arrived, my husband checked us in and we never saw anyone again! We knew breakfast was on our own and it is...More
The Inn was very charming but very much in need of a facelift. It seems worn rather than charming. With a little tender loving care it could be wonderful but sadly they seem to be doing the bare minimum to maintain the property.
This is a lovely property with unusual decor in the rooms, probably not to our taste, but notwithstanding, the host was a strange sort and not particularly welcoming. Wifi only works in the main room.
Eerily similar experience to swans11's review.
US$179 - US$225 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Cathleen C | Reviewed this property |
It used to be a bed and breakfast but they stopped doing that in 2006. However I recommend that you stay at the Waimea Country Lodge. At the Jacaranda Inn my husband and I got bit really bad by mosquitos after about a week... More
It used to be a bed and breakfast but they stopped doing that in 2006. However I recommend that you stay at the Waimea Country Lodge. At the Jacaranda Inn my husband and I got bit really bad by mosquitos after about a week it didn't get any better so we checked out and stayed at the Waimea Country Lodge. In the same parking lot there is a restaurant called Paniolo country Inn and just about a mile down the same street is Hawaiian Style Cafe and they to have really good breakfast.(The Cafe is cash only, but well worth it).