Historic Volcano House, on Hawai‘i Island, officially reopened on June 1, 2013 and welcomed first guests Anette & Joseph Hillring from Tampa, FL.
General Manager Rudy Fao, Anette and Joseph Hillring with Halema‘uma‘u Crater steaming
in the background
According to General Manager Fao, “The Hillring’s celebrated their 30th anniversary with us on June 1. They booked two nights and were also looking forward to hiking in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park.
Volcano House enjoys a unique location on the edge of Halema‘uma‘u Crater within Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park – designated an International Biosphere Reserve (1980) and UNESCO World Heritage Site (1987). The restored Volcano House offers 33 historic guest rooms, The Rim restaurant, Uncle George’s Lounge and two gift shops. Ten newly refurbished camper cabins in the nearby Nāmakanipaio Campground are also part of the property.
About Volcano House
Historic Volcano House is Hawai‘i’s oldest hotel, welcoming visitors since 1877. The hotel in use today was built in 1941 and expanded in 1961. It enjoys a unique location on the edge of Halema‘uma‘u Crater within Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park – designated an International Biosphere Reserve (1980) and UNESCO World Heritage Site (1987).
Volcano House is managed by Hawaii Volcanoes Lodge Company, LLC and operates under contract with the National Park Service. Hawaii Volcanoes Lodge Company, LLC is an affiliate of Aqua Hospitality®, a Hawai‘i-based management company founded in 2001 with contemporary properties on O‘ahu, Maui, Kaua‘i, Moloka‘i, Lāna‘i and Hawai‘i Island. Volcano House is part of Aqua’s MONOGRAM HOTEL COLLECTION℠ – an elite group of stand-alone and independent hotels and resorts providing highly personalized experience.
For more information about Volcano House visit www.hawaiivolcanohouse.com or call