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Hilo, Hawaii Vacation Rentals: Condos, Homes, & More

Hilo, Hawaii Vacation Rentals: Condos, Homes, & More

Hilo, Hawaii Vacation Rentals: Condos, Homes, & More

Find the perfect Hilo vacation rentals for your stay in Hawaii. Explore Hilo's wide selection of vacation homes, condos, and luxury houses. Expect in-demand amenities like full kitchens, WiFi, free parking, pools, and hot tubs. Whether you need a place for the whole family, a get-together with friends, or a romantic getaway, we've got you covered. Bnbfinder has Hilo vacation rentals to meet everyone's preferences.

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Explore Vacation Rentals in Hilo, HI

We're proud to offer visitors a wide selection of lovingly managed Hilo, HI vacation rentals to suit every traveler's taste. Our spacious Hilo vacation home rentals are a top choice for large families and friend groups. Hilo vacation houses offer room to spread out with multiple bedrooms, ample living areas, and often top-notch amenities like private pools and patios. Hilo condo rentals are the go-to option for smaller groups who prefer a combination of luxury and convenience. Their resort-style amenities can include lush pool lounge areas and fitness centers. Each of our Hilo vacation rentals offers unique charms, ensuring visitors enjoy a memorable stay in this Hawaiian paradise.

Your Guide to Hilo, HI Vacation Rentals

    What to do in Hilo

  • Located on the northeastern side of the island of Hawaii, a.k.a. "The Big Island," Hilo offers breathtaking natural beauty and all the amenities of a culturally vibrant town. Known for its stunning beaches, Hilo is a natural paradise with jaw-dropping volcanoes, lush rainforests, beautiful waterfalls, and blooming gardens. Hilo is home to Hilo International Airport and isn't far from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which has two of the world's most active volcanoes: Kilauea and Mauna Loa. Discover the area's fascinating history at the Lyman Museum and learn about the tsunamis that hit Hilo in 1946 and 1960 at the Pacific Tsunami Museum. Here are three of the top Hilo attractions. Akaka Falls State Park – Find this stunning 442-foot waterfall within the family-friendly park that bears its name. Enjoy strolling through lovely blooming gardens as you marvel at the waterfalls. Rainbow Falls – Rainbow Falls is an 80-foot waterfall that is part of the Hawaii State Parks. The Wailuku River rushes into a huge turquoise-colored pool below the falls - all surrounded by lush tropical rainforest. Liliuokalani Gardens – Located on Hilo's Banyan Drive and named after Hawaii's last reigning monarch, this beautifully landscaped 25-acre Japanese garden was dedicated over a century ago as a tribute to Hawaii's first Japanese immigrants. Views of Hilo Bay and Mokuola enhance this serene setting.

  • Best Time to Visit Hilo

  • While there is no wrong time to visit Hilo with its perennially warm weather, many prefer to travel to the island during the dry season between March and September. During this time, the weather is at its nicest, with not much precipitation. However, Hilo is a popular destination year-round. Peak tourist season is December to February, so if you want to avoid big crowds, visit during the "shoulder seasons" of November and April. Spring is a quieter time for visitors. The off-season may also offer lower prices if you prefer a more relaxed experience and don't mind a few rain showers.

  • The Weather in Hilo

  • Hilo boasts a wonderful tropical climate, which means mild, sunny weather virtually year-round. You can usually expect to enjoy temperatures in the 70s or 80s°F (23 to 30°C) in Hilo. There are essentially only two seasons: summer (May to October) and winter (October to April). The warmest summer months are August and September, when highs may creep into the low 90s°F (33°C). Swimsuits and light summer clothing are appropriate for the beaches. A light jacket or raincoat is advised for the occasional shower. Rainfall is more likely to occur between November and March. The average afternoon winter temperature at sea level in December and January is approximately 75°F (24°C).

Hilo, Hawaii Vacation Rental FAQs

    What are the Different Types of Vacation Rentals in Hilo?

  • There are many different types of vacation rentals in Hilo, Hawaii, all with different and unique features. We offer Hilo vacation rentals for every type of traveler. Whether you're vacationing with friends or family or simply looking for a cozy, romantic escape to paradise, we have a wide selection of Hilo, HI rentals. Hilo condo rentals are among the most popular accommodations. Condos for rent in Hilo are perfect for small groups and couples coming for a short stay. Hilo condos are designed to feel homey and are well-equipped with everything you could ever need for the ultimate Hawaiian vacation. Many Hilo condos are located on the beach, offering spectacular ocean views. Common amenities include swimming pools, tennis courts, and fitness centers. Hilo vacation home rentals are the ideal accommodation option for anyone seeking plenty of space and privacy. Hilo vacation house rentals come equipped with a range of amenities, such as WiFi, fully stocked kitchens, pools, game rooms, and hot tubs. Hilo home rentals allow you to spend your day going for hikes and relaxing on the beach. Everyone's idea of the perfect Hilo, HI vacation rental is different. Fortunately, there is such a wide variety of vacation rentals in Hilo that you're guaranteed to find the ideal match for your needs.

  • What type of amenities should I expect when booking a Vacation Rental in Hilo?

  • Popular amenities for Hilo, Hawaii vacation rentals include beach access, swimming pools, ocean views, game rooms, fully-equipped gourmet kitchens, and private parking.

  • How can I get to and around in Hilo?

  • The island of Hawaii has two airports: Kona International Airport on the west side of the island and Hilo International Airport on the east side. Renting a car will allow you to be in control of your own transportation as you navigate the largest Hawaiian island. The most cost-friendly way of getting around, other than walking, is the public bus Hele-on-Bus. Hele-on-Bus will take you to most locations on the island. Taxi and rideshare services are also options.

  • Are there pet-friendly house rentals in Hilo?

  • Yes, many vacation rentals in Hilo, HI are pet-friendly. Check with each property for details.

  • Are there Hilo rental options suitable for groups?

  • Yes, you will find plenty of spacious Hilo rentals for groups of family or friends.

  • How much do Hilo vacation rentals cost?

  • This varies greatly depending on the size, location, seasonality, and type of accommodation. You could rent a small condo for $150 per night or a luxury property for $1,500 per night.

  • How many houses are available to rent in Hilo?

  • There are vast numbers of vacation rentals in Hilo to choose from, ensuring everyone can find what they need.

  • What is the best area to stay when traveling to Hilo?

  • There's not a bad place to stay in Hilo. Many people prefer to stay near the beach. There are plenty of condos, beach houses, and vacation homes in Hilo. It depends on what you're looking for in terms of accommodations, amenities, and location. Some of the most popular neighborhoods in and around Hilo include Panaewa, Hilo Town, and Keaukaha.

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