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Recent Anini Beach reviews
"very nice condo and owner would stay there again without hesitation"
Guest: Steve D.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: May 6, 2015
"Very nice home base. Close to the grocery store and a few restaurants. Overall very pleasant. A few things like coffee filters, batteries in the remotes, more than one roll of paper towel and two rolls of tp would've been nice. Be prepared for a very consistent rooster wake up call at 4am! For the most part very comfortable and affordable."
Guest: Sarah F.Date of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: February 21, 2015
"This is an amazing location. The best place to be on Kauai if you prefer natural and less developed beaches. The condo was spotless and had all of the needed kitchen utensils. It has two bedrooms separated by a living room and dining room. The garage comes equipped with four bikes (two helmets, I believe) snorkeling equipment, coolers, boogie boards and more. There are also water shoes of various sizes and beach bags. It was pretty awesome. Robin and Pat were great to work with and answered all questions promptly.
There is a pretty glass table with four chairs on the patio. We ate out there almost every evening. There's also a private electric grill just for your use. And, two nice lounge chairs perfect for watching the impressive stars at night or taking a nap! The pool in the development has a great hot tub and a waterfall. If you find time to use it, it's very nice.
Princeville is located close enough to Tunnels Beach for excellent snorkeling. Hideaway Beach right in Princeville can be reached on bikes from the condo. Steep cliff trail. There's a public beach called Princeville Beach at the Regis just down the road a few miles that is gently sloping and is great for kids. Swimming and Boogie boarding great at Hanalei Bay beach and there are lifeguards.
This condo is close to Queen's Bath. If you are going to drive, arrive early as parking is very limited. We took the bikes with backpacks. Hike down the trail and sea turtles can be seen all along the shore right in the foaming water where they feed. To reach Queen's Bath, go to the end of the trail from the parking lot and turn left. Walk 5-8 minutes over the black rocks. If you want to swim in the bath, be careful and observe the ocean before getting in. We saw people get hurt at the bath. If large waves are crashing over the sides of the bath, don't get in.
This condo is also close to hiking trails. The Okolehao Trail is very pretty. Also, the waterfall hike called Hanakapiai Falls is gorgeous. It's a tough hike; 8 miles round trip. Take a raincoat! The Pihea Trail to the Alaka'i Swamp Trail at Waimea Canyon is beautiful. Like a botanical garden. Even in the fog if you can't see the overlook at the end, the large ferns, moss and bog are something to behold. Bring rain gear!
Amazing home made coconut ice cream just outside of the development near Food Land grocery store. Lapperts Ice Cream. Costco near airport great for groceries. Aloha!"
Guest: Turtle Lover Date of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: June 5, 2015
"My wife and I stayed 10 days at this clean, well equipped condo at Princeville in early May. The condo is an end unit with a whole extra wall of windows for excellent ventilation and views. The new granite counter tops, the new tile in the kitchen and baths, and the tasteful Oriental decor gave a luxury feel to the place. You can even play "Goldilocks" on the high quality mattresses, soft,medium, and firm. When the DVD player went out we called Steve. He is a real character who I remembered meeting at a farmers market (try noni and soursup) the year before. We soon had a new DVD player so my wife could do her yoga on rainy days and I could play my music. He told us about great places to eat like the culinary fair at the shops in Poipu. The pool was huge but we spent most of our time exploring north shore beaches and trails. Mahalo, Mike and Kris"
Guest: Michael and Kristin S.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: May 19, 2015