To get to our Hanalay Bay Resort Rentals in Kauai you would take HI-56 N to Ka Haku Rd. Turn right onto Ka Haku Rd. At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit and stay on Ka Haku Rd. Turn left onto Liholiho Rd. Turn right onto Honoiki Rd. then continue straight until you reach the hotel. Here’s a map!
If relaxation is what you are looking for, then Hanalei Bay Resort in Kauai has what you need. It’s pool has waterfalls that will relax you or make you want to play. Did you know Hanalei Bay Resort’s pool was rated the best pool in the U.S. by Fodor’s in 2010? The beautiful luscious pool area has a hidden treasure. A spa is hidden by volcanic rocky area.
Activites around Hanalei Bay Resort
Want to play tennis with a loved one, but don’t know how? No worries, Hanalei Bay Resort have a tennis court and they have two world-class Peter Burwash International tennis pros who offer private lessons.
After a great workout in their fitness area, you might want to take a shower and head over to their Happy Talk Bar & Lounge before dinner, to enjoy a drink and listen to some Hawaiian entertainment. For dinner, Bali Hai restaurant will feel your belly up with a fine dining experience. But don’t forget to talk short walk after and head over to the fire pit. It is a great way to enjoy some company and talk about your day.
Out and About
While there is plenty to do at Hanalei Bay Resort, the North Shore of Kaua‘i has plenty of exciting attractions, all just a short drive away thanks to our great location here in Princeville. IF you are feeling adventurous, why not explore the world-famous Na Pali Coast? Just 11 miles to the west, this rugged series of sweeping sea cliffs and razor sharp valleys looks like it would be more at home on another planet. Dotted with vibrant green foliage and splashed with the colors of the rainbow, these peaks are only accessible by foot on the Kalalau Trail. Explore the first ridge, the first mile, or get a permit and bring a tent and conquer the entire trail, the choice is up to you!
If relaxation is what you crave, there is no shortage of fantastic beaches around your Hanalei Bay resort vacation rental. Closest to home are the protected waters of Hanalei Bay, a family friendly beach that boasts excellent swimming for all ages, plenty of sand to sun yourself on (and make sand castles out of), and shade trees for those who don’t like it too toasty. Stick around for sunset and watch from the iconic Hanalei Pier as the fiery sun bids the day farewell, slipping past the mountains and into the Pacific Ocean.
Other excellent beaches in the area: Anini (also protected and great for swimming), Lumahai (west of Hanalei), Makua Beach (excellent snorkeling in the summer), and the Secret Beach at Kauapea. Wait, forget we mentioned that last one…it’s a secret!
Farther afield, south Kaua‘i has plenty to offer as well. The beautiful crescent beaches of Poipu are routinely voted among the world’s best, and the vast sand dunes of Barking Sands and Polihale State Park on the southwestern shore are always drenched with sun. If you ever grow tired of the beach, a visit to Waimea Canyon is a must. This natural fissure was formed over the millennia by runoff from Mt. Wai`ale`ale, the wettest (or second wettest, depending on who and when you ask) place on earth. Spanning some 12 miles and dropping over 3,000 feet in places, the walls of the canyon are lustrous shades of reds and greens. Visitors can head to two overlooks to take in the panoramic views, or strap on their hiking boots and trek down the canyon’s walls to the floor below on a series of well-maintained trails.
To make reservations at our Hanalei Bay Resort Vacation Rentals or to get more information about Hanalei Bay Resort in Kauai, call us! Here’s a map of the buildings and condo numbers just in case you are walking around reading this any trying to find your room ;). HBR can be a bit of a maze!