"This is a very special property, the lagoons and pool area make this a perfect island gataway. The beds are very comfortable and the rooms are clean with a seating area. It's very close to the airport".
A beachfront resort situated along Kalapaki Bay in southeastern Kauai, the Kauai Marriott Resort features numerous amenities and is perfect for family vacations. The resort recently underwent a $50 million renovation and offers top-notch accommodations, activities, and services. The high-style, yet moderately priced accommodations include 345 guest rooms and 11 suites. All guest rooms are outfitted with luxurious bed linens, high-speed internet access, mini refrigerators, spa-like bath amenities, and in-room coffee service. Parking is available for $14 per day.
The resort features five on-site restaurants and offers an array of dining options including contemporary international cuisine, al fresco fine dining, and traditional American fare. Live music is provided every Friday and Saturday night. The expansive pool deck features the largest single level pool in the state of Hawaii as well as a children’s wading pool and a whirlpool spa. Those seeking further rest and relaxation may choose to indulge in a variety of luxurious spa treatments at Alexander’s Salon and Spa.
Those looking to fit in a workout or two while on vacation may take advantage of the state of the art fitness facility, opt for a run along one of many jogging trails, or take part in a variety of other activities including kayaking, surfing, tennis, volleyball, and golf. Golf enthusiasts are sure to enjoy the Kauai Lagoons Golf Club and the Kauai Lagoons Course designed by Jack Nicklaus.
Kauai, also known as the Garden Isle, features a number of natural attractions that cannot be accessed via traditional roadways; therefore, a variety of unique tour options allow visitors to experience the beauty of the island in seemingly unconventional ways. Popular tours include horseback rides down the steep slopes of Waimea Canyon, helicopter tours of the Na Pali Coast, and kayak excursions down Hawaii’s only navigable river to a hidden fern grotto.