Aloha Falls is located in the private, upscale, and timelessly beautiful neighborhood called Reed's Island. Unique to Aloha Falls is the access to the waterfall and swimming area, you have so much more than just a view. The view is stunning however and the waterfall sounds fill the house. The home is well cared for and the yard is manicured as a lush tropical jungle!
You are in the perfect place to go to the famous Hilo farmers market and walk down the street to all the lovely shops of Hilo! 30 min drive to Volcano National Park and 1 hr to the summit of Mauna Kea! Beautiful black sand beaches just across Hilo town. Botanical gardens all along the Hamakua coast are close by and a world attraction!
The home itself is a world attraction- you don't actually have to go anywhere!!! This home was built by a craftsman- custom cabinetry and close attention to detail are apparent everywhere! Temperpedic style queen size beds and the lullaby of the waterfall create a superbly restFull sleep! Giant tile showers make bathing a luxurious experience.
Recently expanded to 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, enough room for everybody! The standard rate $200/ night applies for parties of 2 people reserving the main house upstairs. The use of the additional 2 bedrooms, bath, etc. (the downstairs unit) requires an additional fee of $50-100+/ night depending on how many guests are in your party. Please inquire for a precise quote.
Explore tropical island foods in your fully stocked kitchen! Rest all day on your sweet lanai perched above the valley and the waterfall! Explore the famous Rainbow Falls and Boiling Pots~all in walking distance. This neighborhood is highly private and secluded surrounded by waterfalls and lush Hawaiian jungle.
At Aloha Falls, special attention has been given to all details. The beds are high quality memory foam. Most all of the furniture is locally made by Jerry Moulton, custom craftsman. High end ceiling fans keep it cool. There are beautiful tropical plants throughout the house. There are paintings from local artist, Callie Oneill from her latest 'Rama Exhibition' ~ a project in which her partner is an elephant! Their art together is exquisite. The gardens surrounding the house are growing coconut trees, papayas, bananas, pumpkin, ti, lilikoi, puakenekene, herbs, tomatoes, etc., etc...!
You will be welcomed with complimentary coffee, tea, soap, mac nuts and chocolates ~ all locally made!
Indulge and love YourSelf with an on site massage. On site far infrared sauna & massage, yoga & your stay here is a Spa Retreat! You may also have your entire stay catered with local organic island foods! Be sure to inquire to Sierra about the unique on-site spa and healing services that she has to offer.
A note to visitors:
Aloha Falls and Sierra are completely devoted to the health of the island ecosystem... As a visitor to Aloha Falls and Hawai'i in general, please begin to develop a sensitivity to resource usage.. What does this mean? This means, please conserve. Please be aware of electricity: lights, laundry, electronics; paper goods- paper towels and toilet paper; waste generation- most packaged goods recycle, but maybe you will try our local produce and contribute less the the landfill..
Thank you for considering our precious island ecosystem. Human impact, which is relatively recent to these islands shows up quickly here. Each one of us has a great power to help or hinder the land that sustains life here.***
Aloha Falls Disclaimer
As a visitor to Aloha Falls you assume the responsibility of your health, safety and well being. This applies to the instances that you use the stairs, walk through the valley and swim in the water. The homeowner is responsible for upkeep of these areas, however, your safety is your ultimate responsibility. You assume all risks to use the property of 263 Kaiulani St. Hilo, HI 96720.
In regards to the driveway:
It is steep and best accessed by slowly backing down. If you choose to walk down, do so carefully. The driveway is slippery when wet. Often leaves; palm fronds; gravel; or rocks may be on the driveway, which you need to be aware of. Walk down the driveway slowly and with awareness of the above mentioned items. The homeowner is not responsible for any injury that may occur on the driveway.
In regards to the stairs to the waterfall:
These stairs are steep and slippery when wet. Use the handrails. Leaves and water make the stairs slippery. Proceed with caution. Your safety is your responsibility. The homeowner agrees to upkeep the stairs from rotten wood and decay.
In regards to the valley:
The valley floor is uneven. Proceed with caution. Avoid touching the jungle plants, as some of them contain allergens.
In regards to swimming:
There is no life guard on duty. You must be able to swim to enter the water. Children should be accompanied by an adult. You assume all risks by entering the water.