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We were looking to split our time over a week between the north and west on the Big Island, and the Manago Hotel was exactly as promised. A GREAT price, easy parking, nice view, and low stress. Would absolutely stay again, whether I'm traveling on...More
First time for me to eat, but my boyfriend has been here many times to eat and neither of us have ever stayed here. Booking both reservation for room and dinner was very easy. I got the Japanese room as a treat for my boyfriend...More
I love this place, for the history behind the hotel and restaurant, and for its distance away from the main tourist traps. By virtue of the history, the building is old, and so if you are into modern rooms and nice furnishings, this is not...More
Oldest hitel on Big Island, family history is interesting Nd lots of original phitis etc. Basic but clean room (no tea/coffee facilities or fridge) but good vzlue. Staff are very helpful- location is great and plenty of parking. Good market across the road non Sundays
I stayed at all types of lodging on the Big Island during my recent trip, from luxury resorts to very basic places, and for the money the Monago was the best value. Sure, there's no TV or A/C or other amenities, but somehow that's part...More
Manago Hotel is located in Captain Cook Town on the slopes of Mauna Loa at an elevation of 1,350 ft. It overlooks the beautiful Kealakekua Bay, and the ancient Hawaiian Place of Refuge in Honaunau. This is ...Morean ideal location with cool, quiet nights and sunny days, where travelers can relax and sleep comfortably. Less
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I can't answer your specific questions but debated the whole shared/not shared bathroom question with myself before booking to stay 2 nights in December last year. Given the prices are so reasonable I decided to go with the... More
I can't answer your specific questions but debated the whole shared/not shared bathroom question with myself before booking to stay 2 nights in December last year. Given the prices are so reasonable I decided to go with the private bathroom. Probably if you need to ask then it is worth the extra cost :)
I had a room on the second floor. The bed was comfortable (quite firm). This is a super place to stay, the people were lovely and the breakfasts are delicious.
PS I am 64.
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"Ask for a room on either end of the building, rooms in the middle were a bit noisier."