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When I saw photos of the Palms Cliff House Inn I knew this was where I wanted to book my stay on the Big Island. It is built and beautifully decorated in the old plantation style of architecture. I spent a lot of time during...More
Beautifull secluted inn nearby very busy Hilo. Great beautifully landscaped and terrific breakfast with an ocean view. Large rooms with high end furnishings. Would love to visit again. Would definitely recommend.
Our second week-long trip to The Big Island, we decided to spend a couple of nights on the Hilo side. We choose this attractive B&B because it’s a bit out of town (Hilo is definitely NOT a resort Mecca) and based on other’s reviews.
We really enjoyed our stay! The place was charming, clean and so peaceful! Exactly what we needed to start our big island getaway!
We stayed for 2 wonderful nights. Our beds were incredibly comfortable. Both mornings we were greeted by our friendly hosts with a...More
My husband and I stayed at the Palms Cliff House Inn while we visited Hilo as part of our honeymoon. It was wonderful! We loved sitting on our private porch watching the sunset and the jacuzzi tub was divine! The breakfast is great, unique every...More
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Congratulations - The Big Island (BI) is a great place visit and if you have the time drive around it. Each side is different and therefore interesting. Kahala, to the North (historic in early Hawaii and Kamehameha I). Hilo... More
Congratulations - The Big Island (BI) is a great place visit and if you have the time drive around it. Each side is different and therefore interesting. Kahala, to the North (historic in early Hawaii and Kamehameha I). Hilo (closest to the Cliff House) is a jumping off side to the active volcano. Hilo is a locals version of Hawaii and if music is available you'll have to ask. When we were there in Feb. we went to see the lava flowing into the sea. First from the land (rented bikes and rode maybe 4 mi on gravel road to see "pearls" or red/orange glowing spots across the flow and then took a boat out the next day to see a huge spout dumping lava into the sea. Very impressive! Night shows may only be found on the Kona side. Driving around through Volcano Nat'l Park, South Point, into Kona, Waimea, and back to The Cliff House. BI is a great island to visit, develop special memories, and "kick off" a long life together. This is just scratching the surface but hope it shows you both there's a fun time to be had. Enjoy and Again Congratulations!!