As the summer heats up, most of us want to head to the beach for some much-needed sunbathing and cool water fun, but we wanted to find some oceanic activities that would make your familys next vacation more memorable than just another day at the beach. Whale Watching, San Diego, CA San...
starting at $188/night
Calm Kaua‘i delights. Located in the leading resort community of Princeville, Kauai, Wyndham Bali Hai Villas truly captures the splendor of Hawaii. Princeville, and the neighboring town of Hanalei, offers an abundance of restaurants, beaches, galleries, boutiques, and challenging golf courses all within a short drive. These Hawaiian condos are one mile from Bali Hai beach and feature two outdoor pools. Free WiFi is included and laundry facilities are standard in all suites at Wyndham Bali Hai. The property also features a children’s playground and tropical grounds. The resort is 5.5 miles from the Kilauea Lighthouse. The Limahuli Garden and Preserve is a 15-minute drive from the property.
You don’t need to have a green thumb to enjoy the “Garden Isle” of Kauai. Wrapped in a magical mixture of lush rainforests, emerald valleys, and cascading waterfalls, the natural beauty of the island is undeniable. Whether you venture to the region to hike the trails of Kokee State Park, snorkel with the sea creatures in Hanalei Bay, or zip line over the luscious landscapes of the Na Pali coast, there’s no shortage of land, sea, and sky in Kauai.
Princeville's georgeous sight awaits 1/3 mile down a clay Hawaiian trail. Lace your sneakers or hiking boots, treck the trail to Queen's Bath–a scenic deep clear water tidal pool. On the hike down, Tripbound travelers pass three wonderfully melodic waterfalls admist the tropical foliage coverage. There will be a cove along the way where daredevils and thrill seekers alike jump or free dive off the rocks into the warm blue below. Coming to the T, before continuing left to Queens Bath, choose right! An overlook filled with basking sea turtles fills your eyes and warms your heart. It’s a sight to see! Arriving at Queen’s Bath, gear up with your snorkeler and jump from the black smooth rocks into the calm deep waters. Travel tip–make sure you are aware of any tide and weather warnings before traveling to Queen's Bath.
· Cable TV
· DVD player
· Fully equipped kitchen - and even wine glasses!
· Balcony / deck
· Whirlpool tub
· Washer / dryer
· Iron and ironing board
· Hair dryer
· Wireless Internet access
· 2 Outdoor swimming pools
· 3 Outdoor hot tubs
· 1 Outdoor children's pool
· Tennis court
· Tennis lessons*
· BBQ / picnic area
· Fitness center
· Media lounge with business center
· Play Days Activities Program*
· Shuttle services*
· 24-hour front desk
· Dry cleaning & laundry facilities*
· Parking on-site
*Nominal fees may apply
Please note that some amenities are made available on a seasonal basis and at an additional charge.
Daily housekeeping is not included and may be added for a nominal charge.
Check In: 4:00 p.m., Check Out: 10:00 a.m.
Please be advised that each unit has ceiling fan, but not air conditioning.
**Your reservation must be booked at least 72 hours in advance of your check-in date for us to be able to accommodate your stay.**
· Anini Bay
· Ha'ena State Park
· Manini-holo Dry Cave
· Day Spa
· Horseback riding
· Scuba / snorkeling
· Live entertainment
1 Bedroom Deluxe
One Bedroom Deluxe unit features a varying bed layout and two full bathrooms - whirlpool tub in Master. Full kitchen includes coffee maker, cooking utensils, dishes, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher and detergent, silverware, and toaster. General room amenities include private balcony or deck, complimentary wireless Internet, washer/dryer, and more. Max occupancy: 4; 871 sq. ft.
2 Bedroom Deluxe
Two Bedroom Deluxe unit features a varying bed layout and two full bathrooms - whirlpool tub in Master. Full kitchen includes coffee maker, cooking utensils, dishes, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher and detergent, silverware, and toaster. General room amenities include private balcony or deck, complimentary wireless Internet, washer/dryer, and more. Max occupancy: 6; 1,149 sq. ft.
This was a very nice complex, but our unit was a bit tired and needs to be updated and refurbished. The countertop was laminated and had a big bubble where someone had placed a hot pan. No air conditioning in unit, so it was quite uncomfortable between 4-6 pm. Stairs need to be power washed, as there was a lot of mold. Staff very accommodating and eager to please. I would return.Posted by Darleen Chadwick on 01.21.2017
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