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Hilo, Hawaii

Hilo Legacy Vacation Home

Location: Hilo, Hawaii IVR # 2898

Accommodations: House - 1 Bedrooms, 1 BathRooms, Sleeps 2

pets NOT allowed  smoking NOT allowed

Description: The Hilltip Legacy is a beautiful Hilo vacation rental that is convenientlly located downtown Hilo Bay.

The Hilltop Legacy Vacation Rental could not be in a better location for your exciting Hilo Vacation. This vacation rental in Hilo is just a short 5 minute walk to the many shops, restaurants and museums that downtown Hilo has to offer. Although the Hilltop Legacy vacation rental is very close to downtown Hilo Bay, but you still have the amazing privacy and views that you will not find at any of the hotels in Hilo. Unlike many of the Hilo hotels, this Hilo vacation rental truly offers all the conveniences of being in town while at the same time having the relaxing and peaceful country atmosphere.

Hilo Bay Room | $89/ night:
The Hilo Bay Room is a small and cozy room which offers a tranquil setting with views of downtown Hilo Bay and soothing sounds of the water fountain. This room includes a full-size bed, full private bath, fridge, Microwave, cable, free wifi & parking. We recommend this room for single travelers. Maximum Occupancy: 2.


  • - Free Wifi
  • - Private Bathrooms
  • - Beautiful Views of Downtown HIlo Bay
  • - Fridge & Microwave in all Guest Rooms
  • - Billiard Table
  • - 2 Fireplaces
  • - 3 Lanai's

Hilo is beautified by an average of 130 inches of rain a year, resulting in waterfalls, lush foliage and plenty of rainbows. It is often overlooked as a destination though is the start of an advernture lovers paradise.

Here are some top things to do in Hilo.

Watch the Waters Fall

Lush,green and tropical Hilo has tons of waterfalls. The reaso is Hilo's rain. Hilo is warm though -- mostly in the 70s and low 80s in the daytime -- so some rain is alright.
Rainbow Falls at Wailuku State Park, a few miles from downtown, falls 80 feet over a famous cave, home to Hina, the mother to demigod Maui. Hamakua Coast at Akaka Falls State Park, named for its star attraction, the state's tallest viewable sheer drop waterfall, plunging 442 feet. You also see here 100-foot Kahuna Falls. Along the coast, look mauka (inland) for more waterfalls.

Smell the Orchids

Hawaii Island is called the Orchid Isle, and you'll definitely discover why when in Hilo, where orchids are all over. From the fabulous farmers' market to its gardens. North on the Hamakua Coast, the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden has not orchids, and 2,000 species of flora, including century-old mango trees, in a tranquil garden with waterfalls and lily pond. At Hilo Bay off Banyan Drive (another delight), Lili'uokalani Park and Gardens offers Japanese gardens. At Panaewa Rainforest Zoo and Botanical Garden, view large collections of orchids and more while visiting the parrots and monkeys.

Graze the Farmers' Market

At Hilo Farmers Market (, more than 200 vendors sell locally grown and made foods, island crafts, cut flowers and other thing.

Go to the Beach

At Richardson Ocean Park, relax under a coconut tree on a black sand beach; snorkel in clear blue water on a coral reef; watch humongous, turquoise-tinted waves with white crests crash on jet black lava cliffs; and inhale the ocean air scented with plumeria. The main beach (there are three) has lifeguards and turtles swim right up to shore around the rocks. The reef is protected by cliffs and rocks, but the surge can get strong, so heed warning signs. Follow the trails through gardens and around ponds. The beach has showers, restrooms and a small educational ocean center.

Experience the Culture

Downtown Hilo, which has a more local feel than Kona. It is considered a "no tourist town" is a cultural experience in itself. There's a renovated historical district, as well as ramshackle buildings and upscale eateries

Travel past the downtown to Hilo's Lyman Mission House and Museum (, a Smithsonian affiliate that details the Hawaiian Islands' natural and cultural history. Imiloa Astronomy Center (, through exhibits and planetarium shows, reflects Hawaiian voyages of discovery and explorations of astronomy, including the astronomy at sacred Mauna Kea, rising above Hilo.

Vacation Rental Rates (in US dollars)
from $89 per night
Rates are subjecdt to change without notice.
Rental Rates and terms are subject to change without notice.

Note: Each vacation rental is individually owned or managed.

Check In Time: 3 p.m.

Check Out Time: 11 a.m.

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