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, Princeville Golf Club - Prince Course, Makai Golf Course, and Captain Sundown.
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      Travel Blogs from Princeville


      A travel blog entry by 2praskies on Jul 20, 2014

      ... if he was alive, the woman attending him told us that this was "perfectly normal behavior" for them and he was just taking a nap on the shore. A few steps further down the line was a GIANT sea turtle relaxing and swimming in the shallow surf. From there it was off to Waimea where we began the trek up to Waimea canyon. Majestic. Beautiful. Awe inspiring. Green. Lush. Incredible. Just a few words that come ...

      Catching Up!

      A travel blog entry by suerussdrury on Nov 05, 2013

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... were still very polite to me. I couldn't get over the amount of money that was spent, there were a lot of Australians catching a cruise ship home so they didn't have to worry about weight and the Asian folk really know how to shop, any way some good news I found a K-mart and felt a bit more at home. K-mart was interesting they sold stoves, fridges, washing machines, grog and they have a chemist in store, again I didn't buy anything.

      From Beach to Beach

      A travel blog entry by crazyann8 on Aug 14, 2013

      39 photos

      ... After spending quite a while taking in the scenery, I went to Duke's for lunch and was show to a table in the back of the restaurant near the pond (with yet more carp) and the waterfall. There was a huge catamaran strung from the ceiling and dozens of framed pictures of the famed Duke Kahanamoku. Visitors to Waikiki Beach on Oahu will be familiar with the Duke as there is a statue of him there which is always covered in fresh flower leis. ...

      Family Time

      A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Jul 06, 2013

      136 photos

      ... of the parents tell their kids to behave or to respect the people around them. I appreciate my niece who was quietly and politely watching the fish.

      Well enough of that, so we take a walk down the beach and see more views of the Napali and look in the shallow tides. It's a great morning. There's even a hen walking around with her cute little baby chicks...

      We pack it in around 11 and all go our separate ways for the day...mostly wandering ...

      Paradise Island

      A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Aug 13, 2010

      54 photos

      ... the front fender of the car on a large rock – apparently my fault for not noticing it….. and off up the coast, with a pause at the lookout over the taro plantations, one of the few times we saw evidence of any cultivation on the island.

      We ended up at Hanalei Town for a wander round the shops and a nice meal in Ching Young Village. Apparently Hanalei is the place immortalised in the song “Puff the Magic Dragon”, where ...