Courtyard by Marriott Kauai at Coconut Beach

Address: 650 Aleka Loop, Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii, 96746-1402, United States | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on 650 Aleka Loop, Kapaa, is near Kayak Wailua, Coconut Marketplace, Smith's Tropical Paradise, and Ho'olalaea Waterfall.
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          • Beach
          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Suites

          TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard by Marriott Kauai at Coconut Beach Kapaa

          Reviewed by unplugged


          Reviewed Sep 6, 2012
          by (20 reviews) San Diego , United States Flag of United States

          The property was nice and quiet, rooms were big and clean and the view was awesome. Nice to have a break at such a peaceful location. Great Staff!!!!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard by Marriott Kauai at Coconut Beach Kapaa

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Kapaa

          Last Day for Snorkeling

          A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Apr 29, 2015

          3 photos

          ... heard there were a bunch of wild pigs on the island as well. Well we confirmed this on the way to Poipu.

          We had a good time at the beach. The snorkeling was very good. Once we got done snorkeling, we headed to the Boss Frog and turned in the equipment. Once we got back to the condo we learned of a 65 year old tourist in Maui who had been killed by a shark as ...

          Shhh! Don't wake the sleeping giant

          A travel blog entry by ucf74 on Dec 10, 2014

          13 photos

          ... out to eat lunch at the Olympic Cafe. We indulged in well deserved waffle fries with wasabi cream and honey mustard dipping sauce, can you say "ONO"! The mango and papaya salsa that accompanied the fish tacos was extraordinary and Lauren got an ahi roll inside a wrap, too yummy! After waddling our way to the car, we headed back to Princeville to relax after the long day. On the road back we finally saw the Sleeping Giant, ...

          Waimea canyon

          A travel blog entry by kellyham on Dec 10, 2014

          We woke up to a very rainy morning so we decked to spent the day on the road to Waimea canyon, 2-3 hours drive from Princeville each way. We were tossed on whether it was worth it yo do the drive but since it's a ****** day, why not. It turned out to be quite a nice day. We drove all the way over and spent about an hour stopping at each of the lookout points. The Kalalau an Pule lookouts were all foggy so we couldn't see the Napoli coast, oh well! The canyon itself ...

          Last full day onboard

          A travel blog entry by garyandcathymck on Aug 22, 2014

          10 photos

          This morning we got up and moving early to get to our excursion at 7:50. Gary, Fred and I went on a tubing the ditch trip. 5 tunnels and 4 miles of ditches we floated through. The water was brisk for the first entry in, but didn't notice it after that. I took video of some of the first two tunnels. Fun time with speeding ...

          Day 7 of our Hawaiian Adventure

          A travel blog entry by trummertravels on May 15, 2014

          ... we came across a bunch of spinner dolphins. So cool to have them so close you could touch them. A couple even jumped up and did their spin for us! Then he hit the throttle again...HOLD ON! Amazing views of the coastline headed towards Nepali. Pointed out military base, old sugar cane plantation (which diverted much of the rain water from the mountains to irrigate the fields back when in operation...the eliminated many of the waterfalls that occurred naturally). Then we went ...