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We stayed here after reading previous reviews, and are so glad we did. Was definitely excellent value for money, extremely friendly staff, very clean and comfortable, in a very central position for day trips north or south, not far from the airport, and in a quiet environment.
This resort is beautiful. We were concerned that it was going to be dated but were pleasantly surprised that it had been modernised. The room we stayed in was clean and spacious. The not-so-good: the bed was saggy, and so were the pillows. Sleeping was challenging as a result.
Booked a room with an ocean view and paid extra. Balcony did not have ocean views. In fact none of them did.
You may be itching to get away fast, but once you set foot onto Hawaiian soil, you’ve got to say “Aloha” to “island time”. What’s that? Well, nowhere quite captures the easygoing, devil-may-care vibes as well as Kauai Island.
As Hawaii’s northernmost and least touristy island, Kauai is the perfect mix of simplicity, luxury and gosh-darn peace and quiet. Charge some awesome waves or sunbathe on secluded beaches and luxe out in gorgeous hotels in Kauai Island. When it’s too late for tanning, learn to swivel your hips at a luau celebration—complete with sipping mai tais and getting lei-ed.
As hip-hop maven Drake would say, "Start from the bottom" and good things will happen. In Kauai, that means take a hike through Waimea Canyon near the southwest coastline. From there, you can go straight to the top—or at least above sea-level—on the Maha'ulepu Heritage Trail, the ultimate scenic route where you can amble along the stunning south coast. Now, to really feel like you’re at the top, get in touch with your royal side at Queens Bath, a natural tide pool and viewpoint in Princeville on the north coast.
When you feel like you’ve circled the entire island—which you almost have—join a luau in Lihue, Kapaa or the South Shore. After a night of dancing and eating your fill of barbecue pork, you’ll sleep soundly in one of the best Kauai Island hotels.
Touch down at Lihue Airport (LIH), located about 3km east of the Lihue city centre. To kick off your Hawaiian adventure and make your way to cool Kauai Island accommodation, it’s best to hire a car with lastminute.co.nz and roll the windows down.