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Molokai Lodging

There are fewer choices for lodging on Molokai than on the four major islands.  With the exception of Molokai Ranch, Molokai lodging is less expensive than on the other islands.  The establishments below are listed from least expensive to most expensive.  The rates listed are the standard rates published by the establishment.  There are many ways to get discounts from the standard rates.  One way is often to simply make your reservation through the internet.  Other tips are included on the Hawaii Lodging page.

Name Location Rates
(US $ )
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Paniolo Hale Resort Maunaloa $95 - $265 This 23 unit condominium complex is located on Molokai's sunny western coast.  The units are set in the trees and surrounded by fairways within the Kaluakoi Resort. Kakaako Road, Maunaloa
www.paniolohaleresort.com
Kaluakoi Villas Maunaloa $101 - $210 Condominiums and cottages located in the Kaluakoi Resort area on Molokai's sunny west coast.  Each unit has a microwave and refrigerator.  The beach is a short walk away.  1131 Kaluakoi Road, Maunaloa
www.castleresorts.com/KKV
Marc Molokai Shores Suites Kaunakakai $144 - $189 One and two bedroom condominiums located near the island's main town of Kaunakakai. Units have ceiling fans but are not air conditioned.   This complex offers great views of Lanai and a perfect spot for whale watching.  An on-site swimming pool is available but a swimming beach is about 15 minutes drive away.  Kamehameha Highway, Kaunakakai
www.marcresorts.com
Marc Ke Nani Kai Resort Maunaloa $149 - $199 Condominiums located within the Kaluakoi Resort area on Molokai's west coast on the mauka side of the road.  Each unit has a full kitchen and ceiling fans, but no air conditioning.   Kaluakoi Road, West Molokai
www.marcresorts.com
Molokai Ranch Maunaloa $145 - $350 Bungalow-like tents on the west end of Molokai with three camps located from up-country to on the beach.  There are some accommodations in a  rustic lodge.  The Ranch is oriented to outdoor activities such as mountain biking, trail riding, ocean kayaking, and guided hikes.  Of course, after a couple of days there is always the option of relaxing in the pool, a nap in a hammock, and/or a spa treatment.  Maunaloa
www.ranchweb.com/molokai

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