Mu-43 Top Veteran
- Jan 16, 2012
Wow, I've driven past that hotel but it never occurred to me to stay there. I just assumed it was a run down place but I looked it up based on your recommendation and it looks quite nice. I'd definitely consider if I ever get to the Big Island again.I would stay in the Manago Hotel in Captain Cook which is an old, inexpensive, and somewhat rustic place that serves a delicious fried fresh opelu or akule (fish when in season) or pork chops if you go early for dinner or lunch (they close the restaurant at 7:30). The rooms don't even have television, which is fine with me. A real locals place. If you reserve early, you might be able to get the Japanese room with the ofuro (the precursor to the hot tub).