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This Kaunakakai hotel is located directly on Kamiloloa Beach and offers oceanfront rooms. This oceanfront hotel is modeled after a traditional Polynesian village and offers an outdoor swimming pool. The room, view and restaurant were incredible. Wonderful location and place. This was a first trip to Molokai and it exceeded expectations. The hotel was an authentic Hawaiian experience and the only place I would ever stay on the island. We paid a little more for A/C and view and it was worth it.
Quiet, with beautiful scenery. A good place to go if you are not looking for the tourist experience. Very low key. Allows you to create your own experience. Halawa valley nature hike a must experience.
Moloka’i is not a “destination resort” style location. No shopping centers, no nightlife, no attractions, no excitement, nothing really to do but relax.. Moloka’i is very quiet, slow, and rural country.
Awesome little town we went to all the local restaurants like Hiro’s grill, maka’s, paddlers,pizza cafe and Molokai burger. We also shopped at friendly market and got the famous hot bread at kanemitsu bakery!!
Molokai Hotel sucks the only thing good about the hotel was the comfortable bed. Town closes at 4pm. Molokai is a good place to visit if you don't want anybody to bother you, peace and quiet and body around to bother you.The island is pretty dead.
Enjoy the slow pace and talk story with the locals on Molokai. Also delight in finding local entertainment at the Paddlers Inn restaurant and at Coffees of Hawaii. Amateurs gather weekly to enjoy making music together, and some are fabulous professionals. Locals, from children to seniors, Hawaiian and haole retirees, often get up to dance along. Find Molokai's traditional Hawaiian entertainer Lono every Tuesday at Paddlers Inn, which is recently re-opened with an excellent chef for lunch and dinner. Get there early - it's packed. The new menu is way better than one could expect on such non-touristy island. Lots of nature to explore. We saw a sunbathing mama and baby monk seal on one of the wave-filled west side beaches (with signs to leave them to their napping) between a closed golf condo complex and a currently open one. We could have gone snorkeling or swimming on the calmer and wetter east side if the weather had been better. Kalaupapa (the old "leper" colony) could have been an ambitious hike or mule ride, but we had heavy rains. Still, an emotional visit to the overlook and its informational signs. The island even has a small 9-hole golf course, Ironwood Hills, in the central part of the island that looked fun and relatively well kept. Others told us of great nature hikes that we'll try on our next visit. Having only visited the more developed Hawaiian islands before, we enjoyed the relaxing, traditional way of life and the friendly people of Molokai.
Speed trap for tourists that is obvious. They even admitted that they were sent out on patrol out there during off times in school zones that are extremely high and unreasonable ($322). It is unclear when the speed is to be enforced as the school zones signs all look different. We really liked the island, is very beautiful. Driving on the far end of the road to the black sand beach can be a white knuckle ride, but is well worth it. There are only a few roads, all with speed limits 45mph and under, so be very careful. We ate frozen food dinners in our room with the microwave since our budget was zapped with the ticket. My impression was that they don't like visitors.
7.3 Good 42 reviews
The restaurant at the Hotel Molokai was very nice for dinner. People who lived at the development were very friendly and welcoming. Beautiful ocean view.
8.2 Very Good 157 reviews
It was a very pleasant hotel, i liked it a lot.