Marjorie's Kauai Inn
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New Owners but still the same fantastic service!
My wife and I stayed at Marjories in mid July and had a fab time. As noted in previous comments, Marjorie has indeed sold it, and we were slightly worried that the service would not be as good as described, but the new owner, Alexis, really went out of her way to make our time special. Marjorie has left all of her recommendations for places to eat and activities, and now Alexis is adding some of her own - so you get the best of both worlds! We were so glad we stayed here as we had a fantastic pool, a hot tub outside our room and our very own guide in Alexis to help us pick beatiful places to eat and see! A great find!
Loved this place!!
My wife and I stayed at Marjorie's in April 2005. The room was very nice and included a queen bed, a microwave, refrigerator, cups and plates and a balcony with a great view. The grounds were very nice and included a very clean lap pool. Marjorie provided great information on local restaurants and activities. We were very sorry to hear that she sold the Inn and was leaving within the year. I hope the new owners manage the property as well.
Had a wonderful stay
This inn is located just a few minutes off of Poipu, in a residential area overlooking a beatiful valley. It is simply, but beatifully decorated with nearly all details thought of, such as beach chairs and coolers for you to take with you to the beach. One of our favorite things about the rooms is their large decks. There are only three guest rooms, so you won't see any crowds here. We spend a total of five evenings here, in two different rooms. Both were great, so you can't go wrong whichever room you choose. Because the inn is located from the crowded touristy and business areas of Kauai, it is very peaceful all day long. The lap pool is great too. Marjorie is a delightful innkeeper and very knowledgable in all the local sightseeing, restaurants, shops, etc. We would definitely stay here again.
Fantastic B&B. My wife and I stayed for 3 nights in the room with private Hot Tub. We loved it. Marjore is an excellent host and is a great source of advice and useful information. An excellent base for exploring the South coast. Stay here, you will not regret it!
Miss it already!
We stayed for 5 nights at Marjorie's. It's wonderful...beautiful setting, very accessible to Poipu and Lihue area. Marjorie gives you a warm welcome and a great orientation to the island if you need it. She's also placed her recommendations for restaurants and activities in a folder in each room so you can read it on your own or take it with you. Nice pool and covered deck for all three rooms and each room also has its own deck with table and chairs. Each room is distinct but all are perfectly clean and comfortable. Marjorie encouraged us to borrow beach chairs and towels while we stayed there (and no rental fee!). It was a great beginning to our vacation. We HIGHLY recommend staying here and will again when we return!
Loved it! Beautiful place!
Marjorie's is great. The setting was relaxing, the grounds were landscaped, the accomodations were spotless. Marjorie was very helpful and pleasant during our stay. Watching the sunset from the hot tub was amazing! Location is only 10 minutes from Poipu Beach and 5 minutes from the Brick Oven Pizza! We will be back!
What a lovely place to stay. We stayed at Marjorie's for our 25th anniversary in October 2004 and were so glad we had chosen to stay there rather than in a large impersonal hotel or appartment block. The Valley View room was spotless with lovely views over the lawai valley. Marjorie could not have been more helpful and welcoming. We had a fantastic holiday and would thoroughly recommend Marjorie's Inn.
The view is breathtaking!
This bed and breakfast is truly amazing! We spent 2 nights in the Sunset Room in early May. The view from the patio (and personal hottub) is unbelievable! The room was imaculate and hopspitality exceptional. We used Marjorie's travel guide a lot - it has everything you need to know. Close to great beaches and restaurants and sites, yet secluded from the hussle and bussle of Poipu resorts. We used Marjorie's little BBQ both nights to cook dinner on our patio, which was so nice. We will definately stay at Majorie's Kauai Inn again!
Marjorie's Kauai Inn: A Gem
This place is a treasure. Less than 10 minutes from Poipu, it's a quiet, scenic, comfortable and peaceful place to be. We stayed in the Sunset room w/ the private hot tub on the deck, which was great to come home to after a day spent snorkeling, surfing, kayaking, etc. Swimming laps in the cliff-side lap pool was the perfect way to start the day! Marjorie thinks of every detail to ensure the best possible experience for her visitors. The room itself is comfortable, spacious and clean -- we felt right at home, vs. feeling like we were living in a hotel room. We'll definitely stay here again. Peeked at the TradeWinds room, which was also very nice. Would be the perfect place for an extended family to rent all three rooms, which is what we're considering for next year.
I felt so at home at this lovely spot nestled into the hill that I missed it terribly when we moved on to the Marriott later in the week.
This place allows a relaxation you never fully grasp at the bigger resorts. The grounds were impeccable; the pool divine. One caveat - the room next to ours was empty so we had privacy and no loud neighbors. It may have been a different experience depending on the other guests. The larger suite appears more private - I'd spring for it next time we go to ensure the same experience. It's located in a residential neighborhood which gave the place a more authentic Hawaiian feel, as if you are staying with a friend. I must also mention the fabulous rainbow viewing from the lanai. Good price!
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