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13-657 Hinalo Street, Pahoa, HI 96778, United States of America – Show map
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Hedonisia Hawaii Sustainable Community's staff speaks: Dutch, Japanese, French, English, German
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is needed).
Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry
Designated Smoking Area, Adults Only
Dutch, Japanese, French, English, German
2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 18 years are charged USD 20 per person per night for extra beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 20 per person per night when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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A nice location
The cottage we reserved turned out to be a shared unit. The other "tenant's section was extremely messy and the door between the units only had a lock on the other side. The window screens were full of holes. We didn't stay there and would not recommend it..
We stayed in the Ocean View bungalow, and we will definitely consider staying there again if we need a place to stay while adventuring to Pahoa. The staff was very friendly and the farm was beautiful.
Wonderful community, lovely place in the middle of the Hawaiian rainforest. That's the place you want to stay for a special and ecological experience on The Big Island. Huge asset: locally grown organic fruits and vegetables are free -- as many as you can eat!
The frogs are a but noisy at night, but this is part if the experience when you stay overnight in a rainforest.
STAY AWAY!! this was the filthiest dirty place ive ever been... the rules they have (like not using a toilet at night and using the bushes, and no toilet paper use the hose!) are only fit for hippies, which this place is run by. if it couldnt get worse I woke up to a pair of boxers (that weren't) mine in bed with me. we left in a hurry... while wild rooster chased our feet..i wouldn't put my enemy here...ughhh
I hated everything!!!
The only positive bits are the location and the friendliness of the manager. If you aren't deeply interested in a one off hippie experience stay away at all price. You find equally nice locations, for a lower price with cooler people easily! It never seezes to amaze me how many rules and policies so calles communities have - they are second to Government departments. ..
Price - standa in no relation to accommodation offered. We had a 2 bed /2 bath fully equipped jungle hide away cottage in the jungle neighborhood before hedonisia for $60/night. Hedonisia charges $75 for an extremely basic, barely clean shed with shared facilities and a tiny fridge space. One shower/one toilet for approx. 25 persons... Noise in the morning from 7am. Seriously every backpackers I stayed in had higher standards!
Pet wild piglet Rooster alarm clock Rainforest Fresh Hedonisia papayas Volcanoes Outdoor shower
If you want to see some different life styles and lives, come here. You won't get lost since wi-fi is everywhere, but you experience the awareness of Nature in the rain forest.
Maybe a bit too natural so not as clean as hotel, but that is not comparable.
Everyone was very nice and friendly! So many different personalities.
Hedonesia is an excellent, fun, eco-friendly place to stay. Within a day you make friends with Mojo the owner and with other guests or volunteers. It's really a community rather than a hostel/hotel. All the rooms are different and built from cool stuff like old school buses or bamboo or guave. Very good value for money.
You need a car to get around, or join others. Would be great to get a couple of rental bikes or scooters.
Cool piece of property and really nice folks.
This really shouldn't be listed as lodging. It's just a shack with no plumbing and a leaky roof. drip,drip on the bed. It's more of a hangout for folks who may or may not be into alternative living.
This community was the perfect fit to our demand. Staffs are super friendly, and we felt home from the first moment in Hedonisia. The community has great atmosphere of "youth hostels," where people from all over the world get together nicely; and also you can expect perfect relaxing privacy as well. If you want to wake up with birds' songs and sleep under the shining stars, Hedonisia Hawaii Sustainable Community is the place to be. Me and my fiance had the PERFECT one-week vacation! We are already talking about when we would go back to Hedonisia : ) Highly recommended. P.S. Its "sustainable" standard is very respectful, too. The experience there changed our perspectives toward energy and community very well. Thank you so much.
the location in the jungle with view on the ocean
Dirty, cacoroches and dead frogs in the bungalows, dirt in the bathroom sinks, dirty dishes and leftover food outside in the kitchen, not a real eco-friendly due to use of electricity and city water, high use of computers by managers morning and night to watch movies, not quiet.
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