Pineapple Park has three conveniently located properties in on Hawaii's Big Island offering affordable rooms for every kind of traveler. Our Kona and Volcano accommodations give you three great places from which you can explore the beauty and history of the Big Island - without spending all your vacation time driving...

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We have beds available starting at only $30 per night, and visitors who are staying with us two or more nights can arrange to have us meet them at the airport as they arrive. Please call a day in advance in order to set up transportation arrangements. We also specialize in kayaking and snorkel rentals at our Kona location. Come to the Big Island and experience the peace and beauty of a truly special place. 

Pineapplepark Kona

Kona, Pineapple Park Hostel & Hotel:
Pineapple Park is located in Kealakekua just ten miles south of downtown Kailua-Kona offering some of the most affordable accommodations on the west side of the Big Island. Nearby Kona coffee plantations, the historic Honaunau (Place of Refuge), and the protected underwater paradise at Kealakekua Bay make our hotel and hostel the perfect location for you to explore Hawaii's Kona coastline.(Map)

 

 

Vacation Rentals

Kona, Pineapple Park Vacation Rentals:
Vacation Rentals Now available! Come enjoy a relaxing stay in our brand new vacation rentals in Kealakekua, Kona. All rooms are equiped with a full bathroom, a mini fridge, microwave, a high deffinition flat screen TV, high speed WiFi, and access to a shared lanai with ocean views. (Map)

 

 

Volcano hostel

Volcano, Pineapple Park Hostel & Hotel:
Our volcano property is close to Kilauea Volcano--the world's most active volcano. Thirteen miles from Hawaii Volcano National Park, Pineapple Park hostel and hotel is located on a four-acre estate surrounded by young tropical jungle. Volcanoes National Park is the destination of scientists and tourists who come to witness a live volcano and see new land being created. Take a hike to see ancient petroglyphs carved into lava rock, walk across a crater, through a hollow lava tube, watch Goddess Pele let off steam, and much more!(Map)

 

 

 

Work-exchange opportunities are available at all Pineapple Park properties. Four hours of work per day in exchange for bed space w/shared bathroom facilities. All interested applicants must email references, resume and contact information to park@aloha.net.