Hotel Molokai

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Family: Kids 17 & under Stay Free.

Hotel Molokai features open-air, oceanfront bungalows located on exotic Kamiloloa Beach, adjacent to Hawaii's only barrier reef. This hotel is the ideal setting for an authentic Hawaiian island experience and the perfect location to explore Molokai, where the natural beauty is astounding.

Looking to "get off the grid?" Molokai holds fast to its natural roots, offering pristine beaches, the steepest cliffs in Hawaii, a fascinating history, and absolutely no high rises. Known as the birthplace of Hula, it has been deemed the Friendly Isle.

Styled after a Polynesian village from a time when outrigger canoes were the only transportation, Hotel Molokai is your secret hideaway from the frantic pace of modern life. These are quaint bungalows positioned east-to-west, allowing the breezy trade winds and soothing sound of the surf to gengently lull you to sleep each night. Rooms include down comforters, internet access, mini-refrigerators, coffeemakers, and cable television.

Enjoy the sights and sounds of paradise during the day. When the sun sets, cool down with nightly poolside entertainment while dining at the popular oceanfront restaurant.

Learn more about Molokai.
Hotel Moloka'i is located on the beach, along Kamehameha V Highway in Kaunakakai, Molokai, Hawaii
Address: 1300 Kamehameha V Highway

Local Phone: 877-553-5347
Toll Free Phone: 800-535-0085
Fax: 808-553-5047
Website Address: www.hotelmolokai.com
Boutique Shops
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Parking(Included in fee)
Number of Pools: 1
Outdoor Pools: 1     
Kaluakoi Golf Course The number three hole on this course was recently named the third hardest hole of all the golf courses in Hawaii by the Seattle Post.
The championship Kaluakoi Golf Course uses the natural landscape of Molokai to provide fun and challenging greens. Keep an eye out for deer, pheasant and wild turkey that often roam the fairways!
Holes: 18
Styled after a traditional Polynesian village, Hotel Molokai features peaceful rooms located just steps from the Pacific Ocean. Stay in a peaceful South Seas-style bungalow and stroll to the beach, where you can enjoy swimming, sunbathing and Styled after a Polynesian village, Aqua Hotel Molokai is a tranquil oceanfront resort on Kamiloloa Beach. Beach: Shallow waters, great for kayaking, wind surfing, fishing, & crabbing. Not ideal for swimming & & snorkeling. Pristine white sand beaches located 20 minute drive away. Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
Total Rooms: 45
Year Opened: 1966 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express
Daily Resort Fee of $10.42. Billed to guest folio and paid directly to hotel.
Larger (432 sf) room located on the second floor. Includes a private lanai and kitchenette. Decorated in Polynesian decor. Sleeps 4 when bedding includes 2 twin beds.
1 King Bed Other Amenities -
Non-Smoking Available
Balcony or Terrace
Hair Dryer
Radio Alarm Clock
228 sq. ft room plus 80 sq. ft. balcony. Garden room amenities include private balcony, cable TV, mini-fridge and more in a Polynesian style decor. Views of the gardens. Sleeps 2 (1 double or 2 twin beds).
Other Amenities -
Non-Smoking Available
Balcony or Terrace
Hair Dryer
Radio Alarm Clock

Rollaways & cribs available: FEE
Iron & ironing board available on request
There are 2 Restaurants at Hotel Molokai:
Hula Shore Restaurant & Lounge - Hula Shores is the open-air restaurant at Hotel Moloka'i. Enjoy poolside Hawaiian and Polynesian inspired dining with an ocean view!
Tante's at Hotel Molokai - A truly authentic Hawaiian Experience with oceanfront views. Serving locally sourced organic vegetables and fruits. Fresh fish caught daily. Opening in December 2014. Now serving a barside grill menu on MON, WED & FRI, 4-8pm.
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Activities located nearby: Fishing, Scuba, Wind Surfing, Horseback Riding, Snorkeling
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Hula Shores, Aloha Friday
TripAdvisor Web Reviews
Based on 577reviews
What to expect

TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Well located hotel, rather noisy with garden view
Dani-Aloha, Canton of Zug, Switzerland
Wed May 23 10:19:44 EDT 2018
We spent two days on wonderful Molokai, which is fortunately less touristy than the other Hawaiian islands. Therefore, accomodations are in general simpler on this island. We had booked category garden view in Hotel Molokai, but saw at the next wall and parking space and were close to the road. As the rooms only have moskito protection instead of windows, it was rather noisy! Despite that, everything was fine: very friendly personnel, nice garden including pool area and a very delicious restaurant Hiro‘s Ohana Grill. Try to get a room closer to the ocean, then you have a great stay in this hotel!

A fine hotel on a fantastic island
jeffcarnett, Hong Kong, China
Sat May 19 23:49:51 EDT 2018
We went to Molokai simply because we had never been to the island. As there are not many hotels on the island we selected this Hotel due to its location and price. The Hotel Molokai is an excellent hotel. From the very helpful and friendly staff to the comfortable room, we were pleased. The environment matches the laid back setting in Molokai-there are chickens wandering about the grounds. I very much enjoyed drinking my coffee on the lanai and being visited by the chickens and the rooster (I maned them Harry and Fred) would talk to me. The grounds are immaculate. The room was simple but clean and neat. The bathroom was a bit dated but was functional and clean. The pool was clean and we enjoyed a few afternoons there. Next to the pool is a restaurant which is very highly rated although we did not eat there. I did hear some patrons complain that they could not bill their food to their rooms but that seems like a minor issue. Molokai has many fine eating establishments and scenery that truly gives an authentic Hawaiian feel. It has a small town feel which is what makes it so fantastic. The hotel was simple and clean and it was a welcome change to us after spending several days in resorts on other islands. If you want all the glamor of resorts then maybe Molokai is not the place for you But I think if you want to see what Hawaii was and still can be, you should visit Molokai and stay at this hotel. We will definitely return.

Honeymoon in Paradise
Maya M, Trenton, United States
Sat May 12 11:03:50 EDT 2018
This location is a true jewel in Hawaii. We also visited Maui but Molokai was much more how we envisioned our honeymoon. Serene and romantic! The sunsets at the restaurant were amazing. Food so good rarely went any where else for dinner. Also the property management was great. When I told them about it being our honeymoon they gave us an Oceanside room. Could literally walk right out. Unfortunately the beach is not for swimming but the pool was always clean. Also love that it was not over populated and very quiet. Many times we were the only ones in the pool or at the bar. Will definitely stay here again!

Excellent stay
whva, Honolulu, Hawaii
Sat May 05 05:43:35 EDT 2018
My business is to search for the best interests in Hawaii for my customers where I can refer them to. hotel Molokai will be one of the highest on my list. We have been coming to Hotel Molokai for years. We could not be more pleased to stay at this hotel. The service is superb. The manager, Michael Drew and staff were extremely accommodating. They accommodated me and my service animal with aloha. The property offers such a welcoming atmosphere. Very reasonable rates. If you have any questions please locate us on Aloha Private Tours

i feel in love with this hotel
terry3124, Tucson, Arizona
Tue May 01 15:07:44 EDT 2018
The staff is amazing; the rooms are great. The food is wonderful. We loved everything about this hotel. It is a small hotel, but full of charm. We were in an upstairs room without air conditioning, but that was fine as there was a wonderful breeze.

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