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Peaceful mountain view. Newly remodeled studio with full bath, king bed and sofa bed. One of the few studio units with a full kitchen! Refrigerator, stove top, oven and dishwasher. Large flat screen TV with DVD player, air conditioning and peaceful garden view. Great unit at a great price!
• Spectacular Ocean & Mountain Views
• Secluded Beaches Nearby
• Top 25 Tennis Resort in the World with 8 Courts
• Peter Burwash International (BPI) Tennis Program with Lessons and Clinics
• Adjacent to Renowned Makai Golf Club, a Troon managed Robert Trent Jones Jr. Course
• 5 Minutes Away from The Prince Course, ranked #1 by Golf Digest
• Gorgeous Saltwater Pool Honored by Fodor’s as One of the Top Ten Best Hotel Pools in the US
• Large Spa with Waterfalls
• Short Walk to the St. Regis Hotel
• Bellman & Shuttle Service
• Happy Talk Lounge
• New Pool Bar
• New Front Lobby
• New Fitness Center
• Sundry Shop - Groceries/Gifts
• Bali Hai Restuarant (re-opening in 2017)
• Lush Gardens & Waterscapes
• BBQ Stations
• Complimentary Self Parking
• Activities Desk & Concierge
Wow. In a place like Kauai where prices can run pretty high, this place was a great value. When I say value, I do not mean that the place was good considering the price, I mean that the place was amazing, and the price was amazing. The kitchenette has almost anything you would need to cook while you are there. We brought some extra kitchen items unnecessarily because we were unsure of the situation, and ended up not needing them. The coffee machine has a timer, which is not a big deal, but it's nice to have especially on vacation. A nice gift basket was also left welcoming us to the island. The lanai with the table and two chairs is great. We would have coffee every morning out there, and watch the roosters and chickens downstairs. We also were able to see someone trim the two palm trees right outside the lanai. btw, when they trim the trees, you can really see the mountains in addition to the garden in the back. The garden view was great also, and birds would sit on the railing just feet from us as we ate breakfast. The bed is large and comfy, and the tv worked well and had good features (i.e. plugging an mp3 player into it via USB cord to play music).The bathroom is clean. The luggage stands at the end of the bed made a convenient place to access our bags without being in the way.
This will be our 4th time staying at the resort, and our first time using aloha condos. Once a year we stay for 5 -6 weeks. I found the units I wanted through this site and wanted no miscommunications, so I called and booked everything on the phone 6 months prior to our holiday. I clearly stated wanting two adjoining suites, and specified the rooms I wanted. Since my husband and I were travelling with 3 kids under the age of 5 and staying close to five weeks, being crammed in a studio would be extremely uncomfortable for that long of a stay.
Thinking I had covered all my bases on the phone, I felt no need to clarify everything in an email. Which I will own as my mistake, but a lesson well learned.
Upon arriving (and to our surprise) we find that we only have one suite. The confirmation email sent to us was very confusing, and because I stated everything on the phone, there is no proof and they basically said we can't help you. You are on your own.
We asked for the suite next to us when it was available at a discounted rate, they said no. At one time in particular, it was empty for over a week.
We asked for our money back to find a better place that suited our needs better and again they said no. It is against their policy.
We also asked for a return on our late stay because we ended up flying out a day early, and gave them 6 weeks notice. Again they gave us a firm No, and like we had heard before, it was against their policy.
WARNING -- make sure you know what you are paying for and clarify it in a email. This company does not care to try and make you happy, are unapologetic, and unwilling to work with you to make it better.
I have to add, this is the first bad review I have ever given. My family and I are easy going, and can usually roll with anything. My biggest problem was not feeling they valued us at all, and cared to have us come back for another stay. This was a 5 week vacation, planned 5 -6 months in advance and a lot of $$$. My husband and I are truly disappointed with the service they gave us, and have never been treated so poorly.
I recommend booking directly with the Resort itself, they are amazing and do their very best to make sure you are satisfied with your stay. They keep us coming back.
We recently stayed here as part of our Honeymoon trip to Hawaii. The property was just as described and the resort was beautiful. The pool and the beach were fabulous and the resort staff friendly helping you to get where you needed to go. The condo had everything we needed from beach gear to all kitchen appliances and even when there was a slight hiccup with a coffee pot that wasn't working all it took was one quick call and we had a replacement. Great place and we would definitely stay again!
My husband and I stayed at this condo for 5 nights for some much needed R&R before the birth of our son in November. The resort had all of the amenities: the lounge was great with yummy food, the pool was well maintained with plenty of seating, and the beach access was wayy to get to with a convenient shuttle pick up if you didn't want to walk back up the hill to the resort. The resort is also in a very central location in Princeville allowing us to easily explore other towns such as Kapa'a and Hanalei Bay. The condo itself was neat and tidy with beach chairs for us to use and a patio for us to enjoy our coffee. It was a nice size for a studio and the only small complaint I would have is that the shower head wasn't cleaned well (we just wiped it with a paper towel and it was fine) and the beach chairs have started to rust, but, again, it was nice to have them at all. We would definitely consider staying here again if we ever find ourselves in Kauai!
1525 was priced right, had a functional little kitchen (with a full sized fridge), and allowed access to all that Princeville has to offer. Sure, the 1000 building is the kind of motel of HBR, but who wants to spend all your time in the room in Kauai?! Internet worked, TV was large and functional, and there was all kinds of cookware available. They've re-opened the pool and the Lana'i bar, which is a plus since the last time I was at HBR.
We had an extraordinary stay at the condo. Pool, hot tub, beach ohh my! Everything we needed and more when we got there! The only downside was the noise from the neighboring parties. We stayed for a couple weeks and had three different groups stay next door and I felt as though they were trying to open our door every night and morning. Love this place outside of that. Bring some good earplugs and maybe it will treat you a bit better
1525 was a great unit. 25% of the units at this resort are still privately owned and this was one of them. The remainder are owned and run by the resort as time share units. My only complaint was that the phone in this unit was not working and it was not the responsibility of the resort to repair it. Everything else was great. The unit could use a little updating and if you compare it to resort owned units, you notice the difference. Loved our stay there and the pool was huge and safe for young kids because the entire length was shallow.