The St. Regis Princeville Resort

Luxe rooms and stunning vistas on Kauai
VERIFIED LUXURY
Sprawling across 23 acres of Kauai’s North Shore, the opulent St. Regis Princeville Resort sits on one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. This luxury resort, perched on a bluff overlooking Hanalei Bay, is the jewel in the crown of the 9,000-acre community of Princeville.

The beautiful area around this resort is appropriately known locally as Bali Hai, after the idyllic island in South Pacific.

Each of the 252 guest rooms and suites offers a view of the ocean, Hanalei Bay, or the dramatic cliffs through oversized windows. The rooms have been updated with cheerful, contemporary décor and flat-screen TVs.

Activities abound, from swimming in the resort’s infinity pool to horseback riding, sea kayaking and tennis. The links at Makai Golf Club, designed by master architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr., receive high marks from golf enthusiasts.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
• Hiking, biking and water sports opportunities abound on this tiny island. The concierge can help you arrange any activity imaginable with a local expert guide.

• It would be a shame to visit the picturesque Hanalei Bay and not explore beneath the waves. The concierge can schedule private guided reef tours to help you make the most of your island getaway.

• The most stunning feature on the Kauai resort has to be the 5,000 square foot infinity pool overlooking Hanalei Bay. Pair your pristine view with island fresh poolside cuisine from Nalu Kai Grill & Bar.

• Indulge in an exotic island-inspired treatment at Halele’s Spa. The 10,000 square foot oasis provides the perfect escape.

• Play the Robert Trent Jones Jr-designed links along the stunning island coast at the renowned Makai Golf Club.
Things to Know
• A daily resort fee of $30 per day will appear on your final bill to pay for a wide array of amenities that you’ll enjoy during your stay including Wi-Fi, golf course shuttle service, fitness classes and cultural experiences.

• You won’t want to miss the Mailani Dinner Show, featuring a Pacific-inspired buffet and a performance of Polynesian dances, chants and storytelling. The event is offered seasonally, so check with the concierge before your visit.

• The Makai Golf club now offers a daily Sunset Golf Cart tour which allows you to take a self driven tour to experience some of the best sunset views on Kauai.
The Rooms
• Every spacious room (the smallest offers over 500 square feet) at the Kauai hotel offers a scenic vista of either the gardens, the mountains or the gorgeous ocean.

• The plush beds lull you to sleep with 300-thread-count linens, goose-down comforters and include one touch reading lamps to make reading your morning paper a breeze.

• We suggest unplugging on this idyllic island, but you can get your fix with techie in-room touches like home theater systems, iPod sound docks, 42-inch and 52-inch flat screened LCD TVs.

• The luxurious bathrooms offer spacious marble baths, duel vanities, unique privacy windows and Remede bath amenities.
The Restaurants
• Kauai’s tropical setting is perfect for celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s French- and Asian-inspired menu at the Kauai Grill.

• While Makana Terrace is open all day every day for casual Hawaiian dining, the real treat comes on Thursday evenings. The Mailani Dinner Show explores the culture and traditions of Kauai through chants, hula dancing and storytelling.

• From the comfort of a private dining cabana or under the shade of the gazebo, you can order a light Mediterranean lunch from the casual Nalu Kai Grill and Bar.

•  Grab a picnic lunch to take to the beach from The Napali Café, or just pick-up your morning coffee and a quick bite to start your day.
Getting There
5520 Ka Haku Road, Kauai, Hawaii 96722
TEL808-826-9644
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
LIH (50 min)  
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