Everything was nice. My only complaints are that there was trash left in the shower upon arrival, a cupboard was broken and I had to call to get it fixed. Additionally after we check out we asked if we could use towels for the day while we went on an outing and then return them. When we returned them different staff was at the front desk and they were VERY rude.
Traveller from los angeles california
Located in Wailua, this spa condo is 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from Smith Family Garden Luau and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Lydgate Beach …More
Everything and everyone was kind, polite and most helpful. One concern was housekeeping... they didn't seem to complete any day except the third when the linen was exchanged. I did appreciate the extra coffee in the room as they noticed I liked it. They had all day to perform the cleaning but always seemed to run short. Either on shampoo and toiletries. But that may just be the island mentality that runs across the island where life is too short to worry about the simple stuff.
I had a great time and the staff was wonderful. I would recommend this hotel and the island to anyone!!!
Nestled on the beach, this Wailua hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Smith Family Garden Luau and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Lydgate …More
Everything was lovely except there is only an ax in the bedroom and not the rest of the condo. And used loud construction equipment way early in am, should have been pushed out to at least 9 or 10 am. Not conducive if wanting to sleep in on vacation!
Traveller from AL
Located in Hanamaulu, this villa is 0.3 mi (0.6 km) from Nukolii Beach Park and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Lydgate Beach Park …More
Everything was great. Except the comfort of sleeping was very poor. The beds were doubles placed on queen frames. The mattresses were not very good and the pillows were flat. I woke up every morning with a stiff neck and my back hurting. I feel the hotel cheaped out on the comfort of its guests sleeping comfort. As a guest, sleeping is a key element to a great hotel. I have stayed at this hotel 13 years ago and the beds were not like they are now.
Located on a nearly deserted beach, this East Kauai resort hotel offers sweeping views of the Pacific and provides a central …More
"Spacious rooms close to Lydgate Park, the airport "
This condo was exactly what you'd want as a base on Kauai for a week. It's really handy that there's two restrooms. I love the open plan and louvres for airflow. The kitchen is fully equipped if you want to make most of your own food. The only downside is no fitness centre, but it's not a common thing for any of the resorts on this island. I would definitely return to stay again.
Traveller from G
A quarter-mile south of the Royal Coconut Coast and 2 miles from Kauai's Coconut Marketplace, this resort is splendidly …More
Staff is so nice, rooms are clean, spacious, and had a beautiful mountain view, and pool and outside area was nice.
Only thing I would adjust is a better breakfast selection and turning on the lights in the beautiful outside area at night.
Traveller from Oahu
Situated near the airport, this resort is within a 15-minute walk of Niumalu Beach Park and Port of Lihue. Nawiliwili Park …More
Be warned: do not stay in a bottom unit. We atYed on the ground level and heard the people on the floor above us 24/7. Plus we constantly heard water flowing from somewhere. Besides those things , we had a nice time. The Banyan is in a great location.
Traveller from california
Located in the heart of Lihue, this condo is within a 5-minute walk of Nawiliwili Park, Port of Lihue, and Kalapaki Beach …More
Hard to imagine there are many better hotels than this on the island, but it is a small complex. There were a few kids there, but not many. If you have a family, the Marriott and Sheraton are probably better options.
Traveller from Pittsburgh
Nestled on the beach, this Poipu resort is within a 15-minute walk of Moir Gardens and Poipu Beach. Brennecke Beach and …More
Located on the south end of the famed Coconut Coast, Wailua sits at the mouth of Hawaii’s longest navigable river. This area was once favored by royalty and is dotted with sacred Hawaiian sites. Today, kayakers and adventurers use the town as a base to explore the Wailua River, Wailua Falls, and the 19th-century plantation village of Kapaa.