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Hanalei Bay is a peaceful town located on the north shore of Kauai, just west of Princeville. It is home to ageless beauty and contains everything from stylish art galleries to historic sites. One of the first things you'll need to do when planning your Hanalei Bay vacation is to look online through all the resorts in Hanalei Bay and Princeville hotels. This can be no small task, given that there are all manner of lodgings and websites to sort through. At Vacatia, we make it easy. All our resorts in Princeville and Hanalei Bay come highly recommended, so you'll be able to quickly find just what you're looking for. Our helpful online representatives are always ready to answer whatever questions you have, so you'll know exactly what you're getting and what to expect when you arrive. With a few clicks of the mouse, you can make a booking in one of the best Princeville or Hanalei Bay resorts.
Whether you're looking for resorts in Princeville or Hanalei Bay hotels, you're probably looking forward to housekeeping, hotel spas and restaurants, massive pools, and other high-end perks. Some vacationers will also miss the comforts of home, such as their own living room, washing machine and dryer, and kitchen. With Vacatia, you can have it all. Our resort residences include both your own space with a fully equipped kitchen and those hotel services that make your holiday life so easy. You can save some money by preparing your own food and keep things light and fresh by doing a bit of laundry, but you'll also have someone else cleaning your room and the convenience of 24-hour check in. Our Hanalei Bay and Princeville resorts offer the best of both worlds.
After resting up from your flight in one of our hotels in Hanalei Bay or resorts in Princeville, Kauai, you will be all set to discover the wonders of this gorgeous and fascinating locale. Discover the history of Kauai at the Waioli Mission House. Stroll through the art galleries to encounter Kauai carvings and art made with rare wood native to Hawaii. In the lower reaches of the misty green Hanalei mountains are taro fields. The heart-shaped tubers, called "kalo" by Hawaiians, grow in bright green flooded fields and are a main ingredient in poi, the Hawaiian starch that is used in all manner of dishes for luaus. Make your way to the Hanalei Valley Lookout for the best views of these emerald lands. Another notable attraction is the Hanalei Pier, constructed in 1892, which remains a popular meeting point for locals to play music, swim, and fish in Hanalei Bay. Your fun-filled, sun-soaked days will conclude at your Hanalei Bay accommodation, where you can sit back and relax in comfort and style.