Hotel reservations in Kauai are varied and diverse, much like the island itself. Here you’ll find a range of resorts, from budget-friendly to luxury, as well as charming bed and breakfasts, guesthouses and vacation home rentals.
The island’s North Shore is dramatic with rugged mountains, lush taro fields, awe-inspiring beaches and stunning sea cliffs. Kilauea Lighthouse is a scenic spot for whale watching from December to May. Napali Coast is the stunning highlight of the North Shore. Stretching 17-miles, this part of the coastline is lined with cliffs, some soaring up to 3,000ft, green valleys, sea caves and impressive waterfalls. Also on the North Shore is Princeville, an upscale resort area known for its first-rate hospitality and golf courses. Many historic bed and breakfasts and rental homes can also be found throughout the North Shore.
Kauai’s East Side is commonly called the Coconut Coast due to the groves of coconut palms growing in its resort areas. The Wailua/Kapaa area of the East Side is the most populated district on the island, with approximately 16,000 of the island’s total 62,000 population residing here. Nestled amongst the clusters of coconut palms, historic places and amazing beaches are many top-notch resorts as well as a variety of budget-friendly hotels.
Lihue is the most visited city on the island. This is partly due to the fact that the island’s main airport is located here, but mostly because of its variety of accommodations and attractions. Beaches, natural wonders and historical sights are plentiful in Lihue. The accommodations here are diverse, with many independent hoteliers operating properties in the city. Marriott, a well-known hotel chain, has two lodging selections in the city of Lihue.
On the island’s sunny South Coast lies the resort area of Poipu. Championship golf courses, botanical gardens, walking trails and award-wining beaches (Poipu Beach Park was once named one of America’s best beaches) are within easy access of Poipu. There are many accommodations to choose from, everything from large sprawling oceanside resorts to charming beach villas, intimate guesthouses and budget-friendly hotels.
The West Side of Kauai is famous for Waimea Canyon, nicknamed the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific". It was in Waimea Bay that Captain James Cook first landed in the Hawaiian Islands in 1778 and a statue of the legendary captain stands in Waimea Town. The town of Hanapepe is the unofficial art capital of the island, with many galleries, shops and eateries to tempt vacationers. The accommodations on the West Side are very rustic and charming, and available for a variety of budgets.
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