Pineapple Park, Hawaii Hostels in Kona & Volcano

WHEN will you be here?

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Day
Year
Number Of Nights
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WHAT do you need?

Co-ed Dormitory
Private Room
Semi-Private Room
Vacation Rental
Female-only Dormitory

WHERE do you want to stay?

Kailua-Kona
Kealakekua
Volcano

Beds Start at Only $30 Per Night!

FREE

High-Speed Wifi
Parking
Coffee
Sunday Group Shuttle

Ironman / Merrie Monarch

Call for special event-stay rates!

1-877-800-3800

Manta Ray Snorkeling in Kona!

Special Rate for Guests! Only $80!

Enjoy Group Discounts!

Please call or email for specials and availability!

1-877-800-3800
park@aloha.net

Convenient Location, for Every Kind of Traveler

Explore the Beauty and History of the Big Island. Choose from 3 great places offering dorms, private rooms, or condos.

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Kona Town

Beach Hostel

NEW LOCATION! An affordable and comfortable hostel in the heart of Kailua-Kona, right across from the Royal Kona Resort. Experience the luxury Kailua-Kona has to offer. Live music, bars, beaches, nightlife – all within walking distance.

Enjoy our centrally-located guesthouse in our newly renovated hostel in central Kona!

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Kealakekua

Hostel and Hotel

Located in Kealakekua, just ten miles south of downtown Kailua-Kona, Kona Pineapple Park Hostels & Hotels offers some of the most affordable accommodations on the west side of the Big Island. Nearby Kona coffee plantations, the historic Honaunau (City 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.

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Volcano

Hostel & Hotels

Volcano Pineapple Park Hostel and Hotel is close to Kilauea Volcano–the world’s most active volcano. It spans a four-acre estate, surrounded by young tropical jungle, just thirteen miles from Hawaii Volcano National Park. This is where scientists and tourists come to witness a live volcano and the creation of new land. Hike to ancient petroglyphs carved into lava rock, walk across a crater, through a hollow lava tube, watch Goddess Pele let off steam, and much more!

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