Haiku Garden – Luxury Suites At the Crater’s Edge

Celebrating a honeymoon or anniversary? The Haiku Garden is a favorite honeymoon suite and has a rich yet soothing, contemplative organic look and feel with intimate forest views, massive timbers, and a cozy contemporary fireplace. The centerpiece is an elegant king canopy bed appointed with tropical duvet, and fine linens. The floor to ceiling glass walls are draped with custom sheers and draperies which pull back to reveal the lush, tropical forest. Pamper yourself in the deep Jacuzzi soaking tub in the spa like bathroom with heated floors, a granite vessel sink and separate beautifully tiled shower with a tumbled lava pebble floor and frameless glass enclosure. You may never want to leave.

Included with your stay, and found in your room, are a tropical fruit bowl, home baked banana bread, yogurt, individual cereal cups, daily French Press coffee, a selection of teas, and other complimentary snacks and beverages.


  • Tropical duvets and fine linens
  • Flat screen TV
  • High-Speed WIFI internet access
  • Romantic Fireplaces
  • Electric Bed Warmers
  • Japanese style bidet toilet with heated seat
  • Heated bathroom floor
  • Jetted bath tub
  • Mini fridge, microwave, electric kettle
  • We offer complimentary laundry service and dish washing
  • 24/7 Use of the Forest Spa Hot Tub

Vacation Home Details

Haiku Garden is over 300 square feet and can easily sleep two adults in the king size bed. Haiku Garden has a private lanai and entry.


Rates from $375/night + tax (double occupancy) - 2 night minimum

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  • Haiku Garden At The Crater's Edge Inn | Volcano, HI

"We thoroughly enjoyed our brief stay at the Crater’s Edge. You have done an amazing job with planning and design. We look forward to our next visit. So enjoyed the fireplace " — M&S Lamb Seattle, WA

“Haiku Garden is well hidden in the trees and is the perfect place for a couple to relax, escape, and unwind from the hustle and bustle of normal life.” — Chris, Houston, TX

“It really felt like we were perched on the edge of the rainforest with windows and a balcony all around. The rain put us to sleep each night and we took advantage of the hot tub, too!” — Jane, Oakland, CA