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"The honeymoon was absolutely amazing, the resort was breathtaking & the service was extraordinary! They took really good care of us & the GM even set us up in the Prime Minister suite which was so beautiful. I couldn't have asked for a better honeymoon. Thank you so much for everything you did for us. We really appreciate you!"


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Kauai, Hawaii Destination Information

Tranquil and steeped in a sense of quiet majesty, the luxuriant island of Kauai is a portrait of lush vegetation, dazzling surf and inviting alabaster beaches. Small and secluded coves dot the shoreline, where the incandescent waters reflect the rays of yet another brilliant sunset.

Also known as the Garden Isle, Kauai is infused with an abundance of natural wonders that thrive in the tropical air. And with the absence of hustle and bustle, you can relax in perfect tranquility where the only footprints you see may be your own.

For breathtaking vistas, explore dramatic Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Cruise along the Na Pali coast, where greenness dominates as far as the eye can see. And relax by the peaceful waters of Hanalei Bay, where serenity is as common as the grains of velvety sand.

Hotels & Resorts in Kauai, Hawaii

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa  Poipu
The St. Regis Princeville Resort  Hanalei
Koa Kea Hotel & Resort  Kauai
Kauai Marriott Resort and Beach Club Lihue
Koloa Landing at Poipu Beach Resort, a Wyndham Grand Resort  Koloa
Outrigger Waipouli Beach Resort  Royal Coconut Coast
Sheraton Kauai Resort  Poipu
The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas  Hanalei
Aston at Poipu Kai  Poipu
Kauai Courtyard by Marriott Kauai at Coconut Beach  Kauai
Outrigger Kiahuna Plantation  Poipu
Aston Waimea Plantation Cottages Waimea
Kauai Beach Resort  Lihue
Outrigger Lae Nani  Royal Coconut Coast
Fun Fact: The Wailua, the Hanape’pe, the Lumahai and the Hanalei Rivers are four of the five navigable rivers in Hawaii. The Wailua River drains off Mount Waialeale, which averages 488 inches of rain per year and is considered the wettest place on earth. The Hanalei was declared a national treasure, and is protected from development.