Kona Islander Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKona Islander Inn Kailua-Kona
Ok, its cheap for the area and it worked really well for me. Got a really good room overlooking the sea and the location is great. There was everything we needed, although no internet which was the only downside when needing to book something, but we only had to go along the road to the cafe to pick up a signal! Would stay here again.
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