Makai Club

Address: 4180 Lei O Papa Road, Princeville, Kauai, Hawaii, 96722, United States | Condo
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The generously proportioned condos and cottages at the Makai Club welcome guests indoors after hours of play in the scorching Hawaiian sun. Recent Makai guests note the comfortable accommodations, the peaceful surrounding wilderness, and the quietude of the resort.

However, the property is just minutes away from state-of-the-art golf courses, shopping, dining, and crystalline waters. Combine the luxury of resort living with all the comforts of home, including cottages with kitchens, living areas, private "lanais," and full-size washers and dryers. Fall asleep at night to the gentle lapping of the surf and wake up every morning to breathtaking Kauai views.


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This condo, located on 4180 Lei O Papa Road, Princeville, is near Hanalei Valley Lookout, Makai Golf Course, Princeville Golf Club - Prince Course, and Captain Sundown.
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    Travel Blogs from Princeville

    Walking the Dog

    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Apr 14, 2015

    7 photos

    ... calm compared to some of the other dogs that we visited. The Humane Society provides a car blanket, water, water dish, some dog treats, and of course doggie waste disposal bags. They also dressed Tuck up with a sweater that said "Adopt Me".

    So they handed us Tuck on a leash and away we went. Our first adventure was getting Tuck in the car. Seems like he didn't want to leave the shelter. So we ended up picking him up and putting him in the back ...

    Kauai - For the Wedding of the year! Faye and Paul

    A travel blog entry by nathanbellanca on Oct 25, 2014

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... amp; vegetables and what seemed like an endless amount of pancakes. Tubing wasn’t until 2ish so we could all lounge around and let the monstrous breakfast go down before we hit the water. (Not Liv she is still going strong at the pancakes, I have been defeated)

    Well soon did we know that the best of the weather had come and gone, rain, rain and more rain it just didn’t stop. Livs face was a picture as she got in the car, I knew from the off that she ...


    A travel blog entry by copple on Jul 22, 2014

    22 photos

    ... br> We then went to Lawai Beach to snorkel. I had asked the owner of the dive shop where the best place to snorkel was and he said Lawai Beach. We have never snorkeled here before and were a bit skeptical due to the waves crashing onto the shore. Several people were in the water so Brian and I got our equipment out and decided to give it a try. Boy am I glad we did! The water was like looking into a fish tank. I am not ...

    All Good Things Must Come To An End!!

    A travel blog entry by sarah.n.ziegler on Apr 09, 2014

    1 comment, 57 photos

    ... wanted to do the full 22 mile round trip trek, but for now this Hanakapi'ai section did perfectly. It was absolutely gorgeous to say the very least! I will be back for you Kalalau Trail...we will meet again!!

    Another wonderful friend I've made is Russell. He works with Antonio, one of the other guys I met while on vacation here two years ago. Russell has two paddle boards, so he and I took off and went stand up paddle boarding four miles up the Wailua River. It ...

    Paradise Island

    A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Aug 13, 2010

    54 photos

    ... a school crossing patrol person shepherding his small charges across a very busy road – you might think this is a strange idea, but as a primary school teacher I saw one every working day, and the contrast in appearance with ours really reflected the difference in climate: our George always had long trousers, gloves, greatcoat and rain-deflecting hat, but this guy was in shirt-sleeves and a straw hat!

    Now to the flight: of course Ellen ...