The Villas at Poipu Kai offers a 4 bedroom custom penthouse with large living areas, original artisan furnishings, and multiple suites with private baths. Perfect for hosting couples traveling together, corporate retreats, or families. Perfectly positioned with sunset views from the main lanai from F300.
We have added designer furnishings throughout and have the rare amenity of A/C for additional comfort in a tropical climate. The Lanai extend your living area outdoors to enjoy the lush tropical island and breezes.
2,000 sq ft of living space Master suite with king bed, master bath with walk in dual head shower, double sinks, and separate soaking tub 2 master suites with queen beds and private baths 4th bedroom with trundle twins or queen 4th half bath (toilet and sink) Spacious private lanai with glass wall that expands living area Private lanai for queen master suites Tommy Bahama plantation style designer furnishings throughout Full gourmet kitchen, granite counter tops, refrigerator, glass-top stove and cooktop, microwave oven, and cookware Dining area with silverware, dinnerware, glassware and stemware Plantation cabinetry Travertine marble stone in bathrooms Super capacity washer and dryer Wireless internet Flat screen TV's in living room and master bedroom Central A/C Elevator access directly into penthouse units Ceiling fans
For those days you would like to relax by the pool, there is also a spa available for a relaxing soak as well as barbecue grills.
Nearby is Keokis Paradise, local favorite and Bamboo Bar for exotic tropical drinks, cold Hawaiian draft beers, great wine selection, and island style food. Listen to live Contemporary Hawaiian music nightly. Open Daily 11am – 11pm. Located in Poipu Shopping Village.
Kauai is the oldest island in Hawaii and its timeless beauty and spirit manifests itself through lush mountains, fertile gardens and idyllic beaches.
On the West Side of Kauai, Waimea Canyon stretches farther than the eye can see. Penned “Hawaii's Grand Canyon,” it measures 14 miles long, offering incredible views along the way. The word “waimea” is Hawaiian for reddish water. It refers to the striking red color in the soil that colors the Waimea River as it follows its timeworn path. While the canyon is breathtaking any time of day, if you are fortunate enough to be there at sunset when the light hits the red walls just right, it's so beautiful it practically glows.
The Napali Coast on the North Shore of Kauai is an awe-inspiring sight. These towering cliffs are a symbol of the timeless spirit of Kauai. For those who desire a closer look, the Napali Coast can be toured by air, boat or by hiking the Kalalau Trail.
Stand at the top of the Kalalau Lookout and the valley unfolds before you like a picturesque postcard leading to a cerulean sea. You can drive to the lookout which is located in the Kokee State Park, but to fully appreciate its magnificence, take a short walk along the Pihea Trail.
Daniel K. Inouye Kilauea Lighthouse
This scenic viewpoint on the northernmost tip of Kauai is so gorgeous it will make you sigh. Not only is it a great place to spot whales during the winter, but it is also home to the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, a sanctuary for seabirds.
Kauai is also known for its breathtaking waterfalls. Opaekaa Falls on the East Side is one of the island's most accessible waterfalls while Wailua Falls is known for being in the opening credits of the TV show “Fantasy Island.” Take a helicopter tour of the Mt. Waialeale area you'll see mountains deeply etched by silver streams of water. Weather permitting, your pilot may even descend toward the crater for a closer look.
From the signature views of Hanalei Bay on the North Shore to sun-drenched Poipu Beach on the South Shore, Kauai's picturesque and intimate beaches offer something for everyone. On the island's East Side, Kalapaki Beach is a fun place to watch surfers and let the kids play.