A beach-lover's paradise, full of Hawaiian culture
Sat on a spectacular three-mile stretch of beach
Private balconies with all guestrooms and suites
Free cultural activities for guests to enjoy on-site
Kauai Beach Resort Hotel , Kauai
Setting the scene
Get a taste of the real Hawaii with an authentic stay at the Kauai Beach Resort. Featuring traditional Hawaiian style bedrooms, which offer private balconies, along with free cultural activities, you can be sure of a truly unique stay. Some of the on-site activities include the traditional Wailua sunrise ceremony, koi fish feeding and hula lessons. There’s also an E komo mai reception every Tuesday plus hula show performances. Guests will also benefit from on-site amenities including four outdoor pools, two of which feature waterfalls, along with poolside dining at Driftwood Bar & Grille and creative Hawaiian and Pan Pacific cuisine at Naupaka Terra Restaurant.
If you’re looking for your own private island escape, you’ll love the setting here at Kauai Beach Resort. Set on an isolated three-mile stretch of beach, with stunning mountain and tropical garden views, you’ll feel a million miles away from anywhere. Recreational activities such as golf, scuba diving, snorkelling and mountain biking are all available nearby, while the tropical island of Kauai offers a whole range of settings to explore.
Variety of guestrooms and suites available
In-room coffee maker
Bar & Grille
24/7 fitness facilities
Three adult-only pools
Hawaiian Rainforest Spa & Salon
Gift shop and marketplace
Valet and self-parking available
Complimentary airport shuttle
Accessible accommodations available
Nearby Things To Do
The views here are incredible, so it’s well worth heading out to one of the nearby viewpoints to soak up the sights. Waimea Canyon, which offers hiking and biking trails, offers spectacular views, while the Spouting Horn, which is also a hotspot for whale watching, is one of the most popular tourist spots. The beaches here are something special too – from the renowned Poipu Beach to the white powdery sands of Lydgate Beach – you certainly won’t be short on options. And if you’d like to experience the local shopping culture in Kauai there are few places you can go. Kukui Grove Shopping centre offers more than 50 shops and restaurants, while Coconut Marketplace is a great place to admire the local offerings and culture.