- Reviews: 2076
Sheraton Kauai: On the edge of Paradise
During a recent business trip, I had the opportunity to go to Kauai, and stay in one of the nicest hotels I have been in.
The Sheraton Kauai was the ultimate in service and luxury for my trip, and at the price I paid, I would call this one of the best values in the country!
Because I stay so frequently, I was upgraded to the Orchid Suite which included two full rooms, the largest bath you have ever seen, and a dining room table in the room!
Top this all off with wonderful dining and a gorgeous view, and you have something special!
- Reviews: 56
Fun for the whole family
Wolrd class hotel including one of the best water facilities in the world. The kids will love the waterslide and the adults will love everything else.
- Reviews: 181
The Regency at Poipu Kai...
The Regency at Poipu Kai condos
I have no clue to what prices are like around the island. We were lent the condo for free from a friend, but she usually rents it out between $1300-1600 a week. Seemed well worth the price though.
2 bedroom/2 bath condo with sunken living room, 2 patios, large kitchen, fully equiped. Pool, spa and BBQ's. Short walk to the beach.
- Reviews: 293
Grand Hyatt Resort and Spa: Pricey Poipu
About 1/2 of the wedding guests stayed here. With rooms starting at $350 a night it made more sense for us to rent a condo with another couple for our stay. The grounds of the hotel were absolutely lovely and there is an fun pool with a waterslide for the kiddies. The hotel also has a protected beach for waveless swimming.
The spa is suppossed to be the best on the island. Services are more expensive than average. Massages start at $125 and hour
- Reviews: 794
Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa: Beauty & Luxury
We stayed here one year after hurricane Iniki ravaged the Hawaiian Islands....the Hyatt was the only hotel open on the entire island. Kiahuna Plantation was badly damaged and remained closed for a couple of years. We did manage to get a good rate at the time $100 per night. Believe me, you will not see $100 rooms any longer. I believe rates start over $300 and upward.
Oceanfront 600 room luxury resort, 4 stories, tropically landscaped grounds. Has fantastic meandering pool, salt water lagoon, waterslide, saunas, whirlpool. Property is on the beach but only experienced surfers and boogie-boarders venture into the waters. There is a short wave break and strong currents so this is not a swimming beach.
Property also has tennis courts and extensive health and spa facilities. The Poipu Bay Golf Course....the home of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf is adjacent.
- Reviews: 518
Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa: Luxury Resort Vacation
The Grand Hyatt is one of the mega resorts near Poip’u Beach. It’s huge and beautiful and a great place for families. The pool is the largest in the area and includes a waterslide, lazy river and a saltwater pond. There are several dining and drinking options on the property including a traditional luau. The rooms are beautiful and clean. There is a small beach on the property (although like all beaches in the Hawaiian Islands it is open to the public) and Shipwreck Beach is adjacent. There are plenty of amenities and attractions at the Grand Hyatt so you don’t ever have to leave the property if that’s your thing. If you are looking for the typical resort vacation, this is definitely your place. The Grand Hyatt has it all. If you are not staying here it’s worth checking out the facilities but be advised they patrol the pool area and will kick you out immediately if you are not a hotel guest and a day pass to the pool carries an absurdly hefty price tag of $250 US a day. (Yes you heard me correctly! That’s highway robbery!) And that’s just a reflection of the prices you’ll shell out to stay here.
Multiple restaurants and bars, an amazing pool area, beautifully manicured grounds, shopping, full staffed business center, spa, golf course with clubhouse, babysitting, beach.
- Reviews: 518
Marriott Vacation Club: Marriott Vacation Club
Just down the beach from Poipu is the Marriott Vacation Club, otherwise known as Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club. It is walking distance to Poipu Beach and offers several amenities to hotel guests such as a beautiful pool, pool bar and restaurant. There are also BBQs for hotel guests to use and kitchens in the rooms. Overnight parking is $10 a day for hotel guests.
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