Here is the living room. The TV shows video and plays music. The red leather chairs may be rearranged into a love seat for snuggling. Bedroom with Hawaiian quilt and stained glass
Treehouse at Kilauea Volcano
2 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
1 cama
1 baño
2 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
1 cama
1 baño
No se hará ningún cargo por ahora
La casa del árbol está escondido en la selva tropical, a menos de cinco minutos de la entrada al Parque Nacional de los Volcanes de Hawaii. Tiene dos niveles, dos lanais, incluso una tina caliente en los árboles. La cama ha sido sometida a un rejuvenecimiento y está de vuelta a ser muy cómoda. Usted puede pasar horas en el dosel superior, en medio de los honeycreepers revoloteando a través de flores de lehua, y empapa debajo de las estrellas que guiñan a través de las hojas o en la niebla del volcán. #aceptamos
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The treehouse is tucked away in the rainforest, less than five minutes from the entrance to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. It has two levels, two lanais, even a hot tub up in the trees. The bed has just undergone a rejuvenation and is back to being super comfortable. You can spend hours in the upper canopy, amidst the honeycreepers flitting through lehua flowers, and soak under the stars winking through the leaves or in the volcano mist. #weaccept

El lugar

Esta es una casa del árbol diseñada por encargo, construida por el mismo equipo que usted ve en los maestros en el árbol en la TV. La actitud jurásica de la selva tropical se conserva en el terreno. También tenemos un lugar de boda cerca que puede ver en las fotos. Nuestros volcanes están en una fase espectacular en este momento. Las vistas de la erupción de la cumbre están a cinco minutos en coche. Para ver los ríos de lava, que conducir en el parque y bajar la montaña. Mahinui Na Lani cuelga en árboles de ohia que crecen sobre un tubo de lava en la selva tropical que se extiende en el Parque Nacional de los Volcanes de Hawaii. La casa del árbol fue concebido como un compañero de nuestro pabellón de bosque lluvioso, una estructura de estilo de Bali a un par de cuadras de distancia, destinado como un lugar íntimo de la boda. Ambos pueden ser reservados, y hay un par de fotos del pabellón incluido en esta serie. La casa del árbol se accede a través de un camino que es de unos 100 pies serpenteantes en el bosque, rocas de lava en el lado del tubo de lava, y las escaleras. El ascenso es algo empinada una vez que llegue a las rocas de lava. Para su seguridad y comodidad, ofrecemos paquetes de día para transferir cualquier ropa que se necesita para su estancia desde su equipaje en la morada. Hay un rincón especial empotrado dedicado a sus cosas, con ganchos para la ropa, y un par de puestos de noche con cajones que pueden contener menos objetos voluminosos. Es Hawai, y el clima es suave, la atmósfera por todas partes muy informal. También ofrecemos albornoces. La casa del árbol en sí se construye en dos niveles, conectado a través de una escalera de barco. El nivel principal incluye la sala de estar, con dos sillas y una otomana, pantalla plana para ver películas y CDs, construido en la mesa de la ventana de interior y taburetes, cocina pequeña, ducha al aire libre y baño de compostaje y vanidad. La chimenea interior es una estufa de propano Jotul ventilado al exterior. Al aire libre en el lanai hay una bañera de hidromasaje de cedro, y una mesa de teca y sillas para comer al aire libre en los árboles. El nivel superior es también el dosel superior, con los pájaros que vuelan realmente alrededor debajo de usted a veces. Hay una cama de matrimonio con un colchón de espuma de memoria, la pequeña "esquina del armario" y otro lanai. Las ventanas que no sean las puertas francesas en el lanai son vidrieras, hecho por un artista local. La casa fue construida principalmente de materiales reciclados. Los suelos de abetos y secoyas y revestimiento de cedro eran una vez una iglesia. Esta área particular es adyacente al parque nacional de los volcanes de Hawaii, donde Kilauea ha estado activo por décadas. Hay rutas de senderismo en y alrededor del parque a través de selva tropical, desierto, devastación volcánica, incluso un camino con huellas preservadas de una erupción hace más de cien años. Hay petroglifos. A menos de una milla de la casa del árbol hay Volcano Village, con restaurantes y galerías de arte, un par de lugares para comprar gas. El parque de entrada en sí es de unos dos kilómetros de distancia. El barrio es selva tropical, con muchos no construido sobre lotes. La razón no hay vista de la casa del árbol a través del bosque es porque la selva es muy densa. Hay el suelo, muy jungly con jengibre, helechos nativos, y árboles. El dosel mediano son los helechos arborescentes, de unos veinte pies de altura, y más de cien años de antigüedad. El dosel superior es una mezcla de árboles de ohia con flores rojas de lehua, acebo hawaiano, y otros. Se nos pregunta de vez en cuando si más de dos personas pueden permanecer en la casa del árbol. Podemos entender especialmente que las familias les gustaría traer a sus hijos a compartir esta experiencia. La casa del árbol es un espacio de dos personas. Todo está diseñado para ser una experiencia de luna de miel. Aunque es posible que más de dos personas se sienten juntas y hablen, sólo dos pueden dormir. No hay cama plegable, ni hay espacio para uno o para otros muebles más allá de lo que ya hay. Salón de la Fama: La casa del árbol ha aparecido en Cunas Extremas, en el episodio 13. La demostración de Ellen: Las vacaciones tropicales de Kim Douglas Revista de Ke Ola Historia de la Casa de los Volcanes en julio - edición de agosto de 2011 Trip Advisor: uno de los diez lugares más románticos para alojarse (selecciones globales) Función PureWow Treehouses of the World, Travel Channel segmento europeo, por la serie Treehouse Masters Buzzfeed Blogs y artículos de noticias publicados mundialmente Usted tendrá acceso a la propiedad entera, incluyendo la estructura pequeña debajo de la casa del árbol cerca de donde usted parquea su coche. Usted puede bloquear con seguridad su equipaje dentro de esa habitación y utilizar los paquetes de día dentro durante su estancia. Si utiliza una máquina CPAP, por favor contáctenos antes de hacer una reserva. Sólo hay una casa del árbol en la propiedad. Vivimos cerca y vienen regularmente para mantener la casa del árbol. Es probable que nos encontremos con usted a su llegada. De lo contrario, estamos disponibles por teléfono celular, texto, correo electrónico. Cuando Estamos ausentes, alguien más que vive localmente estará disponible para saludarle y cuidar de sus necesidades. La casa del árbol requiere atención diaria porque está fuera de la red. Esto generalmente se hace entre las 11 am y las 4 pm, y la mayoría de los huéspedes están lejos para esa parte del día. Pedimos que si te alojas todo el día en la casa del árbol, que te comunicas con nosotros para hacernos saber cuando uno de nosotros puede venir y cuidar el lugar. El barrio es en su mayoría bosque viejo crecimiento con unas pocas casas aquí y allí. Cuando te conducir, te darás cuenta hay vecinos al otro lado de la calle y al lado. Usted se olvidará de ellos una vez que camine a través del moongate y entrar en el mundo de la casa del árbol. A veces, de tarde y noche, puede escuchar un hula halau practicando. Esperamos que encuentre los sonidos de la risa y la lengua hawaiana y la música añade al ambiente. Un coche de alquiler es una necesidad. Si bien hay transporte público, es largo viaje lento hasta la montaña. El parque es un par de kilómetros por la carretera, y tan grande que te quieres conducir y no intentar caminar. Volcano Village está a una milla de la carretera. Es posible que desee pasear hacia arriba y hacia atrás. Si caminar en el pueblo para la cena, una linterna para su regreso es una necesidad absoluta. Proporcionamos - por favor, tómelo con usted! Si usted está planeando un primer viaje a nuestra isla, le sugerimos que se quede 2 o 3 noches en la casa del árbol. Por favor, póngase en contacto con nosotros para la discusión antes de reservar si lo desea. La isla es verdaderamente grande, y la mayoría de la gente preferiría pasar la noche en el lado oeste de la isla en vez de volver a volcán después de un día de juego. Aunque mostramos tarifas para estancias de largo plazo, nos gustaría discutir los planes con usted antes de completar una estancia de 5 días o más. Cuando usted decide que quiere quedarse en la casa del árbol, usted está llegando a un lugar diferente a cualquier otro. Hay otros treehouses, pero cada uno es único. Esta casa del árbol está fuera de la rejilla. Esto significa que requiere de manos en el servicio, todos los días. Para la mayoría de la gente, esto es una cosa sin costuras que sucede mientras que están fuera de aventurar. De vez en cuando, la gente viene y no quiere irse, en absoluto. Entendemos, pero queremos hacerle saber que debemos entrar a la casa del árbol a diario para dar servicio al inodoro de compostaje. El jacuzzi también requiere atención. La casa del árbol está en el bosque. Se encuentra dentro de los árboles, y esto significa acceso fácil critter. Para mantenerlos afuera, llevamos su basura lejos y asegúrese de que su comida se almacena adecuadamente. No es una buena idea dejar platos sin lavar, ollas y sartenes, por estas mismas razones. Las arañas son residentes del bosque. Son alimento para los pájaros. Si usted ama a los pájaros, por favor, tolerar su suministro de alimentos. Vaciamos la casa de arañas diariamente pero no envenenamos. Las arañas vuelven a voluntad. Son pequeñas, y se quedan en las esquinas. Dejan evidencia de su visita en forma de telarañas. Hacemos nuestro mejor esfuerzo para serles inhóspitos, pero persisten. Cuando hay clima, como fuertes lluvias y vientos, de su perca en los árboles que experimentará el sonido y la sensación de manera que no puede haber antes. La casa está apretada - el tiempo no entra si las puertas y ventanas están cerradas. Pero los sonidos pueden ser formidables. Usted se sentirá cerca de la naturaleza. Debido al tamaño de la casa del árbol y el hecho de que está fuera de la red, no es posible ofrecer una cocina normal. No hay horno, pero hay un microondas. Hay una estufa. No hay lavavajillas. Para crear completa en comidas gourmet en la pequeña cocina es un desafío que ninguna cantidad de utensilios de cocina especiales pueden abordar. El espacio de almacenamiento es inadecuado para más de un par de días de alimentos. Estamos en el proceso de renovar esta experiencia culinaria a algo un poco más treehouse-como, un ajuste mejor con la experiencia de la rejilla. Así que cuando llegue, será diferente de lo que es hoy. Y, por último, con respecto a la bañera de hidromasaje. El punto de precio para el alquiler en la casa del árbol es como es en parte debido a los requisitos de bañera de hidromasaje.
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This is a custom designed treehouse, built by the same crew you see in Treehouse Masters on TV. The Jurassic attitude of the rainforest is preserved on the grounds. We also have a wedding venue nearby you may view in the photos. Our volcanoes are in a spectacular phase just now. Views of the summit eruption are a five minute drive away. To see the rivers of lava, you drive into the park and down the mountain.

Mahinui Na Lani hangs in ohia trees growing over a lava tube in the rainforest that extends into Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The treehouse was conceived as a companion to our rainforest pavilion, a Bali style structure a couple of blocks away, intended as an intimate wedding venue. Both may be reserved, and there are a couple of photos of the pavilion included in this series.

The treehouse is accessed via a path that is about 100 meandering feet in the forest, lava boulders set into the side of the lava tube, and ladders. The ascent is somewhat steep once you reach the lava rocks. For your safety and comfort, we provide day packs to transfer whatever clothing is needed for your stay from your luggage into the abode. There is a special recessed corner dedicated to your stuff, with hooks for clothes, and a couple of night stands with drawers that can hold less bulky items. It's Hawaii, and the climate is mild, the atmosphere everywhere very casual. We also provide bathrobes.

The treehouse itself is built on two levels, connected via a ship's ladder. The main level includes the living room, with two chairs and an ottoman, flat screen for viewing films & playing CDs, built in indoor window table & stools, small kitchen, outdoor shower, and composting toilet & vanity. The indoor fireplace is a Jotul propane stove vented to the outside. Outdoors on the lanai there is a cedar hot tub, and a teak table and chairs for al fresco dining in the trees. The upper level is also upper canopy, with birds actually flying around beneath you sometimes. There is a queen sized bed with a memory foam mattress, the tiny "closet corner" and another lanai. The windows other than the french doors onto the lanai are stained glass, made by a local artist.

The house was built primarily of recycled materials. The fir floors and redwood and cedar siding were once a church.

This particular area is adjacent to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where Kilauea has been active for decades. There are hiking trails in and around the park through rainforest, desert, volcanic devastation, even a path with footprints preserved from an eruption over a hundred years ago. There are petroglyphs. Less than a mile from the treehouse there is Volcano Village, with restaurants and art galleries, a couple of places to buy gas. The entrance park itself is about two miles away. The neighborhood is rainforest, with many unbuilt upon lots. The reason there is no view of the treehouse through the forest is because the rainforest is very dense. There is the floor, very jungly with ginger, native ferns, and trees. Mid canopy are the tree ferns, some twenty feet tall, and over a hundred years old. The upper canopy is a mixture of ohia trees with red lehua flowers, Hawaiian holly, and others.

We are asked from time to time if more than two people can stay in the treehouse. We can especially understand that families would like to bring their children to share this experience. The treehouse is a two person space. Everything is designed to be a honeymoon experience. While it is possible for more than two people to sit together and chat, only two can sleep over. There is no rollaway bed, nor is there room for one or for any other furniture beyond what is there already.

Hall of Fame:

The treehouse has been featured in Extreme Cribs, on episode 13.

The Ellen Show: Kim Douglas's Tropical Vacation

Ke Ola Magazine Volcano Tree House story in July - August 2011 edition

Trip Advisor: One of the Ten Most Romantic Places to Stay (global selections)

PureWow feature

Treehouses of the World, Travel Channel European segment, by Treehouse Masters series

Buzzfeed

blogs and news articles published globally

You will have access to the entire property, including the small structure below the treehouse near where you park your car. You may safely lock your luggage inside that room and use the day packs inside during your stay.

If you use a CPAP machine, please contact us prior to making a reservation.

There is only one treehouse on the property.

We live nearby and come by regularly to maintain the treehouse. It is likely we will meet you on arrival. Otherwise, we are available by cell phone, text, email. When we are away, someone else who lives locally will be available to greet you and take care of your needs. The treehouse requires daily attention because it is off grid. This is generally done between 11 am and 4 pm, and most guests are away for that portion of the day. We do ask that if you are staying all day at the treehouse, that you communicate with us to let us know when one of us can come up and take care of the place.

The neighborhood is mostly old growth rainforest with a few houses here and there. When you drive up, you will notice there are neighbors across the street and next door. You will forget about them once you walk through the moongate and enter the world of the treehouse. Sometimes of a late afternoon and evening you may hear a local hula halau practicing. We hope you find the sounds of laughter and Hawaiian language and music adds to the ambience.

A rental car is a necessity. While there is public transportation, it is long slow trip up the mountain. The park is a couple of miles down the road, and so large you will want to drive and not attempt to walk. Volcano Village is about a mile up the road. You might like to stroll up and back. If walking into the village for dinner, a flashlight for your return is an absolute must. We provide - please take it with you!

If you are planning a first trip to our island, we suggest that you stay 2 or 3 nights at the treehouse. Please contact us for for discussion before you reserve if you wish. The island is truly big, and most people would rather spend the night on the west side of the island rather than return to Volcano after a day of play over there. Although we show rates for long term stays, we would like to discuss plans with you before completion of a stay of 5 days or longer.

When you decide you want to stay at the treehouse, you are coming to a place unlike any other. There are other treehouses, but each is unique. This treehouse is off grid. This means it requires hands on service, every day. For most people, this is a seamless thing that happens while they are off adventuring. Every once in awhile, people come and do not want to leave, at all. We understand, but we do want to let you know that we must enter the treehouse on a daily basis to service the composting toilet. The hot tub also requires attention.

The treehouse is in the forest. It is inside the trees, and this means easy critter access. To keep them outside, we carry your rubbish away and make sure your food is stored adequately. It is not a good idea to leave unwashed dishes, pots and pans, for these same reasons.

Spiders are residents of the forest. They are food for the birds. If you love the birds, please tolerate their food supply. We empty the house of spiders daily but we do not poison. The spiders come back at will. They are small, and stay in the corners. They leave evidence of their visit in the form of webs. We do our best to be inhospitable to them, but they persist.

When there is weather, like hard rains and winds, from your perch in the trees you will experience the sound and feel in ways you may have not before. The house is tight - the weather does not enter if the doors and windows are closed. But the sounds can be formidable. You will feel close to nature.

Because of the size of the treehouse and the fact that it is off grid, it is not possible to offer a regular kitchen. There is no oven, but there is a microwave. There is a hotplate. There is no dishwasher. To create full on gourmet meals in the little kitchen is a challenge that no amount of special cookware can address. The storage space is inadequate for more than a couple of days worth of food supplies. We are in the process of revamping this cooking experience to something a little more treehouse-like, a better fit with the off grid experience. So by the time you arrive, it will be different than it is today.

And finally, regarding the hot tub. The price point for the treehouse rental is as it is in part because of the hot tub requirements.

Disponible para huéspedes

Hay un cobertizo seguro en la parte inferior de la propiedad donde se puede bloquear su equipaje. La casa del árbol es suyo solo. Nos vienen a servicio si te alojas más de una noche, pero puedes solicitar privacidad completa por al menos par de días y nunca dejar si eso es tu deseo.
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There is a secure shed at the bottom of the property where you can lock up your luggage. The treehouse is yours alone. We do come to service it if you stay more than one night, but you can request complete privacy for at least couple of days and never leave if that is your wish.

Atención a los huéspedes

Uno de nosotros siempre está cerca para ayudar cuando sea necesario.
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One of us is always nearby to assist as needed.

Otros aspectos destacables

ID de impuesto: TA-020-255-1296-01 & GE-020-255-1296-01 Airbnb en este momento no tiene ninguna línea de precio de los impuestos y estamos obligados a pagarlos. Nuestra tasa impositiva es 13.42% De vez en cuando se nos pide que proporcionen ropa de cama adicional. Esto sería un futón, almohada, sábanas y mantas. Hay un cargo de $ 25 por esto. Por favor, pregunte por adelantado para que podamos tener allí para usted. De vez en cuando hay condiciones presentes que están directamente relacionadas con la ubicación de la casa del árbol. Cuando usted decide quedarse aquí, por favor, sepa que las condiciones tales como visitas de vida silvestre, las acciones del propio volcán, y el clima están fuera de nuestro control. Por favor no espere o solicite reembolsos por condiciones fuera de nuestro control.
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Tax IDs: TA-020-255-1296-01 & GE-020-255-1296-01
Airbnb at this time does not have any line item charge for taxes and we are obligated to pay them. Our tax rate is 13.42%
Every once in awhile we are asked to provide extra bedding. This would be a futon, pillow, sheets and blankets. There is a $25 fee for this. Please ask in advance so we can have it there for you.
From time to time there are conditions present that are directly related to the location of the treehouse. When you choose to stay here, please know that conditions such as wild life visitations, the actions of the volcano itself, and weather are beyond our control. Please do not expect or request refunds for conditions beyond our control.

Número de licencia o registro

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Servicios
Internet
Cocina
Lugar de estacionamiento privado
Chimenea interior

Precios
Personas adicionales Sin cargo
Tarifa de limpieza $95
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Lugares para dormir
Dormitorio 1
1 cama tamaño queen

Reglas de la casa
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
No adecuado o inseguro para niños (0-12 años)
Horario de llegada: de las 16:00 a las 18:00.
Salida antes de las 11:00
Llegada con acceso libre con keypad

We ask that you let us know when you will arrive so we can meet you and show you how everything works. The 4 pm to 6 pm check in window is set up both to make that meeting possible and to get you into the treehouse before dark. It is more adventurous than most people like to find your way up there for the very first time in the dark, even with the headlamps and path lights.

Note regarding events and parties: Any events or parties are to be discussed and arranged in advance. We have a dedicated event venue separate from the treehouse. Generally speaking, no guests or persons other than those named in the reservation are expected to come to the treehouse during your stay. Please ask if you have any questions about this, and please honor it. Mahalos.

Children accompanying parents must be discussed in advance of the reservation being accepted.

A word about fees:

In addition to the room charges, there is Hawaii tax of 13.42% effective 2010. Tax payment will be due prior to treehouse access. We will bill you for this as a separate payment as if we roll it into the price, it affects our tax liability. This tax goes up to 14.42% in January 2018.

If you require extra bedding, there is a charge of $25 to bring in a futon, sheets, pillow, and blankets.

There is no smoking inside or outside the treehouse. Thank you for respecting this.

WiFi is available for your use. As we are charged by the GB, we offer you one GB at no charge. After first GB, we charge as we are charged, $10 per GB or portion thereof.

Should you need to change your reservation, we will work with you to find a time that will work. If you are making your change within 3 months of your reservation, there will be a change fee of $100 per night if we cannot re-book your dates. If a second change is requested, there will be a $200 rebooking fee in addition to the $100 per night fee if applicable. A third change will require a new booking and new charges.

Occasionally there is a misunderstanding as to the dates of the reservation, and guests are gone on a hike or a cross island drive during normal check out time. If this should happen to you, here is the protocol:
We will contact you through Airbnb, and via your cell phone if possible. Airbnb will be alerted, and they too will try to contact you. If there is a guest due after you on the same check out date, and you have not returned to remove your things by 1 pm Hawaii time, they will be removed and stored in a safe place, and you will be charged a removal fee equal of half the cost of a night at the treehouse. We will also attempt to find you another place to stay locally, so you need not worry about having nowhere to go. If there is no guest due after you, Airbnb will be asked to charge you a second night if you have not cleared out by 4 pm, and your things will be left in place. For guests who simply linger on without having arranged a late check out, expect a late fee through Airbnb. We try to accommodate all requests, but cannot always say "yes" to late departures and early arrivals.

Aspectos que también debes tener en cuenta
Es necesario utilizar las escaleras - Stairs are ladders, require hands free for ascent and descent from treehouse

Cancelaciones

Funciones de seguridad
Detector de humo
Detector de monóxido de carbono
Botiquín
Ficha de instrucciones de seguridad
Extintor de incendios

Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

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Perfil de usuario de Nick
Octubre de 2017
"Whimsical" is the way I would describe this treehouse! Old-style redwood hot tub, perched bedroom, and outdoor shower were the best parts of this wonderful space! We stayed two nights, and that seemed like a good amount for us to experience this place! A few tips for those considering to stay... -Compost toilet is super clean and smell-free, but it does take a little climb to get up on and use. Us "townies" did have a little fear using a compost toilet, but you get used to not flushing. -Not a lot of natural space to lounge. Basically, you have the bed, hot tub, small couch, and a few high chairs. If you want to read or write, understand that you are in a tree, so you have to get creative. -Kitchen is well stocked with cups and left-over condiments, but no BBQ outside. We also couldn't find any utensils, but that might be our fault. -The best place to eat in town was Ohelo Cafe, near the post office. Lamb = delicious! There are also several restaurants nearby that serve good meals for a decent price. -We stayed in one night and watched one of the many DVDs they provide. It was a little uncomfortable because the seating is so tight, but it was a nice way to get a little modern convenience! Otherwise, a great AirBnB experience, and we highly recommend taking a few nights to sleep among the birds and trees!
Perfil de usuario de MahinuiMahinui es SuperAnfitrión.
Respuesta de Mahinui:
Aloha! So sorry you could find the utensils! For those who might wonder, they are with the dishes in the kitchen. The seating inside the treehouse is meant to be whatever you need it to be, with two soft chairs you can move into whatever positions you want and an ottoman for putting your feet on or to make lounging a bit easier. Being a treehouse, it is smallish, so there is no room for a full size sofa. What we provide is tea and coffee, sugar, hot cocoa, R/O water, cookies, sometimes pumpkin bread. We concur as to Ohelo Cafe, it is ono!
Octubre de 2017

Perfil de usuario de Sam
Octubre de 2017
Gail's treehouse was a really cool Airbnb, and Gail was an excellent host. She left pumpkin bread and chocolates for us when we arrived. She was extremely prompt to answer texts when things went wrong. The bed was comfortable with an awesome view, the deck was amazing, and it was secluded in the rainforest. We had quite a bit go wrong though - the hot tub dyed my girlfriend's hair lime green on our first day on the island, the heater's pilot light went out when they came to do their midday check-in, and the hot water for the shower knocked out twice in a row. We definitely understand off-grid living (we've stayed in cheap yurts with freezing showers that we've downright loved), but ultimately just found this Airbnb to be too expensive for the experience we expected vs. the experience we had.
Perfil de usuario de MahinuiMahinui es SuperAnfitrión.
Respuesta de Mahinui:
We were as upset as Sam and his girlfriend that so much went awry during their stay. It was a case of if it could go wrong, it did. There are a few things Sam didn't mention. We changed the water on the hot tub immediately, so they had completely fresh water. Sorry about the greenish tint to the hair. That was something that has never happened to anyone before and hopefully was a one off. The pilot problems were also attended to as they happened. We do our best to take care of anything that does go wrong right away. Sam wanted us to refund almost the entire amount of their stay. We comped them one of the two nights they stayed.
Octubre de 2017

Perfil de usuario de Elaine
Septiembre de 2017
Okay, unique place to stay. There were quirks that weren't mentioned like we couldn't use the shower until the next morning because the pilot light went out in the rain. Also, the toilet is a compost toilet. I wish the bed was bigger and at least queen size, but it was wonderful using the hot tub and opening the doors in the morning. Overall, a nice place to stay! Aloha.

Perfil de usuario de Jonathan
Septiembre de 2017
It's worth every single penny. I would recommend this place to anyone I possibly can! It was a truly magical experience, thank you!!
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Respuesta de Mahinui:
Thank you Jonathan. So happy your treehouse experience was all you hoped for. Much aloha.
Septiembre de 2017

Perfil de usuario de Landon
Septiembre de 2017
Such an amazing place! We loved and it was the highlight of our trip! Our only warning- I'm 6'1" and 330 pounds and could just barely shimmy into the upstairs- so if you're taller or heavier you may want To be aware. Totally worth the trip to the big island - we loved our time in the treehouse!

Perfil de usuario de Melissa
Septiembre de 2017
Place was really nice and very clean. Although it is off the grid, it runs on a gas powered generator all day long to charge up the batteries which is a little noisy and stinky from engine fumes (not at the tree house). In this case, it probably should be on the grid as power lines are about 20 feet away. We didn't use much power but woke up the next day to find we had run out and couldn't cook our breakfast so we left early. Although vaguely mentioned in the description, there was an additional $42/ night tax, that was added after you booked. Beautiful and unique place but a little overpriced in our opinion.
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Respuesta de Mahinui:
Taxes sadly cannot be avoided. The treehouse is an off grid experience purposefully and by necessity. We are a different experience and along with it comes the unexpected. We are here to restore power when it fails, and we regret that was not made more obvious during your stay.
Septiembre de 2017

Perfil de usuario de Lindsay
Septiembre de 2017
This tree house is simply magical! From the walk through the moon gate up the path to arrive at the tree house steps, we received such a sense of excitement. It nearly doubled when we opened the door to find a luxury apartment in the trees! The hot tub and outdoor shower were amazing! Pictures cannot describe the beauty of this property. We love all the added details to the structure and the extra amenities provided to insure a very comfortable stay. The instructions were easy to follow and completely necessary, this isn't your ordinary rental! Being so close to nature and the elements made us truly humble for this experience. Gail and Tia were very responsive to our questions and requests. We truly appreciated this adventure!
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Respuesta de Mahinui:
So happy the treehouse made you happy.
Septiembre de 2017

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Volcano, Hawái, Estados UnidosSe registró en Septiembre 2010
Perfil de usuario de MahinuiMahinui es SuperAnfitrión.

Aloha. My husband Robert and I offer a Big Island wedding destination near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. We offer a full service wedding, with everything from the conch shell blowing to the honeymoon at the treehouse, and photography too.

We have two property locations. One contains the treehouse, and the other the wedding pavilion and main house. The main house can serve to stage the wedding and it is also where we live.

For the photography, we go to places on the island that are particularly photogenic. We offer this service to both those who married with us and those who are married elsewhere and come to the Big Island to honeymoon.

For an up close and personal view of what we do, you may visit us online at Rainforest Weddings on Face book. There you will find photos, updates on what is going on here on the island, and comments from people who have been married at Mahinui Na Lani. Mahinui Na Lani has been featured on MTV Extreme Cribs, the Ellen Show, and as the Most Romantic Date ever on The treehouse was featured on the Today Show, and has been written up in Keola Magazine. Forbes has mentioned it in an article about our builder, Roderick Romero.

We also work with other amazing Big Island venues if you are looking for a larger wedding celebration.

We welcome any travelers who are seeking a wonderful place to stay on the Big Island. Aloha!

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