A Paradise Poipu Hotel on the Beach
Old Hawaii meets new and falls in love at the Kauai condos of Kiahuna Plantation & The Beach Bungalows. These extraordinary Kauai condo rentals sit on 35 acres of tropical paradise. Landscaped lawns and gardens burst with fragrant flowers next to the rhythmic surf on Poipu Beach, undeniably one of the best Kauai beaches. Poipu, Kauai was honored as a top destination in TripAdvisor's 2010 Travelers' Choice® Destination Awards. Kauai's South Shore was ranked number three in the "Top 10 Beach & Sun Destinations in the United States" category. Millions of travelers shared their opinions on TripAdvisor and chose Poipu as one of their favorite places.
Tucked in from the sun-drenched white sand, your retreat awaits. It feels like the old plantation days all over again here... only much easier. Relax in the seclusion of your suite or bungalow, uniquely designed, individually furnished, and always with nature right out the window. One- and two-bedroom garden-view Kauai condo rentals look out to a variety of tropical trees and shrubs. One- and two-bedroom partial ocean-view suites are mere steps from the ocean. Ocean-view Kauai condos mesmerize with blue sea, green lawns, and either an all-ocean view or one that includes the lagoon. For sheer royalty, it's the two-bedroom Beachfront Alii Suite, opening up to the beach. Step out to calm, clear turquoise waters, perfect for swimming and spying on fish. Or test your barbeque skills. These Kauai condo rentals have it all, including the Kiahuna Golf Club nearby, and shopping and dining options right across the street.
Life is an adventure outside of the peaceful solitude of your Kauai condos. And you're in a great spot for island discovery, from the historical and scenic sights to the assortment of beautiful beaches. And since Kiahuna Plantation & The Beach Bungalows is in the Poipu Beach area, you have access to just about any activity you can imagine, including helicopter tours. If you're out exploring, be sure to stop and see Spouting Horn, where water sprays high into the air from a natural lava tube. It's quite a sight. Plant lovers, the National Tropical Botanical Garden is a must-do for you. History buffs, visit Old Koloa Town and you'll also be visiting the site of Kauai's first sugar plantation. The history center there will give you a brief introduction to the history of the area with artifacts from plantation days of old. It seems that you stumble upon history and beauty everywhere you go on Kauai. Drive west to Waimea Canyon, east to Lihue, or head to Hanalei, Kapaa Town, Wailua River, or the north shore. From the Kauai condo rentals at Kiahuna Plantation & The Beach Bungalows, anything is possible.
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