Maureen's is part of Hilo's History
Known to locals as the Saiki Mansion (built in 1932 and named after its original owner) our fully restored home has a baronial ambiance that befits an "aloha" experience. A rich blend of redwood and cedar line the 30-foot vaulted living room ceiling, walls, double staircases and wraparound balcony.
The Japanese Tea Room is elegant in cherry wood. Antique furnishings made of koa (a precious wood native to Hawaii) as well as mahogany and oak, add to the luxury of silk paintings and tapestries. You can enjoy TV in the family room or the stereo in the great room.
The koi ponds or botanical gardens with fragrant flowers and colorful plants can be enjoyed from our front or rear lanais. And across the street, a beach park offers swimming and snorkeling.