Manago Hotel

82-6155 Mamalahoa Highway, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704, United States | Hotel
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Manago Hotel Captain Cook

    A Bad Experience


    The staff was OK & the Room was inexpensive, but The Manago Hotel has a much bigger problem. They need to put more effort into controlling the Roaches, considering it operates a Restaurant on the premises. We encountered about 10 Roaches of various sizes throughout the entire evening, which caused us much sleep. The next morning, we informed the Staff & they went up to our Room to check. They returned, apologized & told us that they couldn't believe we had Roaches on the 3rd Floor, that they're usually found on the 1st & 2nd Floors. How funny!! Some of the people that stayed there that night were a bit seedy as well. Overall, if it wasn't for the Roach-Infested Room, we would have continued our 2-night stay.

    More character then can be imagined!


    This place was priceless! The balcony had a perfect view of the sunset everynight! Cant beat the price!

    Great for the money! Exceptionally clean!


    We stayed here for one night on our road trip around the Big Island and purposely wanted to stay at lesser known hotels rather than the big resorts. The best thing I can say about the Manago is the price and cleanliness, which was important to us. Its a little stange and dingy upon entering the hotel lobby, but the rooms were OK, older furnishing, no ammenities, but, what the heck. We wanted to experience the "real Hawaii". Their restaurant was recommended in a well respected guide book, but we were diappointed with the"juicy pork chops". They were actually greasy pork steaks, served with macaroni salad, pickled seaweed and steamed rice. Again, "real Hawaiian". One drawback, the walls are thin and you can hear your neighbors sometimes, but if you are simply looking for a clean, very reasonably priced place to stay, I would recommend it and I would go back.

    Great Value


    This hotel is really no frills, but great for the price. It was clean, and my balcony had a lovely view of the ocean. There were some outside noises, but I found w/ the window closed it was fine.

    The breakfast was fine and great value also (I recommend the french toast.)

    The only thing is it is a bit far from the resort area (about 45 min.

    drive) if you want to do that. Just realize you will spend some time in the car going back and forth.

    Clean but noisy


    Stayed here for 3 nights, all of which were sleepless one for me. There are dogs in the vicinity of the hotel, and they barked on and off all night, rendering my earplugs useless. It was also too warm since you couldn't open the glass doors because of the noise, and there is no AC.The room was spotless, furniture a little worn but ok. For the price we paid it was ok, but I would not recommended unless you can sleep through anything.

    Great place for the price


    My friend & I stayed here last month (April 2003). We didn't want to spend a lot of money and both of us hate big resort-type hotels. Per the advice of people both here & other places, we requested a room on the 3rd floor of the newer building. For a little over fifty bucks, it was a great deal! the hotel is on the main road, but our room was very quiet, very clean, and we had a fabulous view. If you just want a clean room and friendly people, this is the place to stay.

    What a bargain!


    I stayed here 4 years ago. I was working on the Island at the KMC with several other Military members. We needed a place to crash on our weekend off while we hung out in Kona. We didn't need anything fancy, so we stayed in the front (Older) Building. We had to share a bathroom at the end of the hall, but saved major bucks by doing so. The newer building in the back is also very clean. If you need a clean inexpensive place to stay, I would highly recommend this place. The breakfast is very good. I recommend the Portuguise Sausage. It is like no other.I plan on going to Big Island this month, and will definitely visit this place again.

    Perfect budget


    Excellent budget hotel- I stayed on the first floor, was clean and everyone was extremely friendly- My room had a great balcony and a wonderful view of the volcano. Perfect place. I left for a week to tour the island and they looked after my big dive bag for me with no charge, it was in my room waiting for me when I returned. Excellent position for shore diving at Place of Refuge. Will definately stay again - hopefully soon!

    Great stay!


    Clean and affordable. Stay on the third floor if you're in the newer building. Pleasant staff and the restuarant is great too. Great for budget minded travelers looking for a nice clean room with no frills. Would highly recommend this place.

    Wonderful, Wonderful, Wonderful


    Just South of Kona, the Manago Hotel is a budget traveler's dream. Very inexpensive and very clean, the hotel a perfect idea for those who spend more time on the beach than in their room. Ther are no frills, but the service is friendly and the Japanese garden is as relaxing as the views from the balcony. If you expect the Four Seasons, stay somewhere else, but if you are looking for clean, inexpensive accomodations, this is the place.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Manago Hotel Captain Cook

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Captain Cook

    Day One: St. Louis to Los Angeles

    A travel blog entry by mcredohl on Jun 26, 2013

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    ... We’re very much looking forward to showing them Hawaii again.
    We flew above the clouds and were surrounded by the blue ocean and blue sky, trying not to think that we are crossing over a vast amount of water. Nor are we thinking about “Lost” our indulgent episodic TV pleasure at home.
    The flight and landing were smooth once again as we touched down at the Kona airport. We disembarked the old-fashioned way: we walked down the stairs ...

    Chums Chumming the waters

    A travel blog entry by mham on Apr 10, 2013

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    ... you want to keep looking to see what sea creatures peak their heads out for food. It was clear enough to see straight down to the coral that lay well below us. A variety of fish was constantly swimming around us. I would dive down 10 feet occasionally to get close up pictures with my camera. The best part was being able to hear the dolphins talking to each other in the distance. It was an exciting conversation full of squeaks and squeals that one could only ...

    North Coast Sites

    A travel blog entry by christinewesten on Nov 19, 2012

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    ... and the perfect place for a stop. I ate at the Waimea Coffee Café where I had a delicious salad of apples, dried cranberries, blue cheese, walnuts and some delicious vinaigrette turned into a wrap. The wrap was actually cheaper than the salad. It was very good. Next door was the general store where I got some jam. I asked the lady about driving up Hwy 250 and if it was really windy and steep. She said yes, but it was worth ...