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Federal Way, Washington
October 25, 2004
Inside the condos, the way they were decorated was very restful. The floor plan was great, and the kitchen was well stocked with dishes and any utensil or appliance you would need. It was very well kept. It was also nice to have a washer and dryer for the wet bathing suits and clothes.
From journal Anniversary in Kauai
September 16, 2004
We were confirmed into a 1 bedroom unit that was very spacious! The bathroom is huge with a jacuzzi tub and a safe in the closet ( very convenient.)
Ceiling fans in the bedroom and living/dining room keep you cool. Being in Princeville you always have a good breeze so air conditioning is not a necessity.
The kitchen was a good size with an ice maker so we didn't have to buy ice for our cooler.
The pool and hot tub were wonderful! The pool is a great size and has an area where it's a natural sandy bottom. I have never seen anything like that. Resort Experience:Driving from Lihue towards Princeville you will see mountains to your right and the Pacific Ocean to your left. I know I would never get tired of this view.
In Princeville you have 2 restaurants, grocery store, a couple of stores, as station and ice cream palor.
Kauai is an island to get away from it all. If you are looking for night life and lots and lots of activities, this is not the place for you, but if you like hanging out on a different beach everyday and relaxing, then this is your vacation! We loved being able to hang out on our favorite beaches and then go straight to dinner and then back to our unit to relax.
From journal Return to Kauai
September 2, 2004
From journal Pahio at Bali Hai Villas 2004
August 23, 2004
Everyone was very nice. Make sure you call the resort to book anything you do as they have great discounts. Resort Experience:When you arrive you are going to find that your unit overlooks either beautiful mountains or the blue ocean. If you have kids they will love everything the resort puts on during the week to keep them busy.
From journal Perfect Hawaii
by John Robinson
Simi Valley, California
August 1, 2004
From journal Mystical Hanalei
June 29, 2004
Our 2 bedroom condo was brand new, in fact we were the first people to stay in our room, which gave us a few difficulties, but nothing major. The condo was spaced out well and beautifully decorated in traditional Hawaiian art. A beautiful sea shell painting hung in the living room and a large bird of paradise plant stood in the corner. The entire living room was made to appear even larger by a full length wall mirror hanging on one wall.
The kitchen was well stocked with everything we could ever need. There was an adequate supply of dishes and pans which were all brand new. The washing machine was great for loading, then leaving, enabling us time to see the sites and still coming home to clean dishes.
Both bedrooms were grand, with a huge king size bed in the master bedroom and a queen in the other bedroom. There were TV's in each bedroom and a DVD at the TV in the living room. The couch in the living room was also a hide-away, but we didn't use either the spare bedroom or the hideaway since we left the kids at home!
The unit also came with plenty of towels, and even extras for use at the fantastic pool. We took full use of the washer and dryer in the unit, and appreciated the policy of not washing or drying after 10 pm to restrict noise in the resort. The smaller amenities like coffee and dishsoap were also provided, and gave us enough that we didn't have to buy any from the local store.
The pool area was fabulous and unique. At one end two waterfalls cascade into the pool from a rocky ledge. The pool tiles on the pool floor also include a variety of sea turtle and mermaid murals. Near the shallow end a rocky wall separates the "kiddy" pool from the rest of the pool. The smaller pool has a sand bottom and gently slope toward a "beach". This sand beach then transitions into the beach volleyball court.
The resort offers numerous daily activities for the entire family. We did many of these organized activities like painting coconut postcards, fishing off the Hanalei pier, traveling to a luau, and even getting together for a resort-wide potluck. They offered door prizes at many of the activities and although we never won, they were all memorable!
The resort was fantastic and I would definitely stay here again. We did not have an ocean view, but the mountain view was fabulous!
From journal Kauai - Dream of a Lifetime
by Dawn Michelle
June 24, 2004
From journal The Kauai Kaleidoscope
April 9, 2004
We had a two-bed, two-bath condo that was very clean. Six adults stayed here with no problems. The master bath included a combo whirlpool/shower/tub. No air conditioning, but it was not needed, as the trade winds kept the rooms nice and cool.
From journal Kauai Keepsake
Clemmons, North Carolina
April 2, 2004
From journal Kauai - Paradise Island
February 26, 2004
From journal Kauai For 25TH