Bali Hai Villas

4970 Pepelani Loop, Princeville, Kauai, Hawaii, 96722, United States | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa, located on 4970 Pepelani Loop, Princeville, is near Princeville Golf Club - Prince Course, Hanalei Valley Lookout, Makai Golf Course, and Captain Sundown.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBali Hai Villas Princeville

    Reviewed by hpaul

    Great Location for Getting to North Shore Beaches

    Reviewed Aug 24, 2013
    by (1 review) Houston , United States Flag of United States

    Some friends of ours gave us a week at the Bali Hai Villas, where they own a time share, as a gift for our fifth anniversary. The villa was inviting, the beds comfy, and the kitchen spacious. We enjoyed coffee on our porch every morning looking out at the mountains. Our only complaint was the lack of air movement at certain points during the day. We knew going in that the villas were not air conditioned, but we assumed they would have more fans or window units. It was fine during the cool evening hours, but during the day the villa got pretty warm. Otherwise, the staff was incredibly helpful, the pool was perfect, and the location could not have been better for getting to the beautiful north shore beaches and the trail head for the Napali Coast hike.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Bali Hai Villas Princeville

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Princeville

    DAY 8 - ISLAND HOP DAY

    A travel blog entry by copple on Jul 20, 2014

    16 photos

    What a beautiful day! Brian and I got up and ran our last "Kona Run". Very pretty today along with calm winds. I did our laundry packed up our belongings for our move to our most favorite island of Kauai. We planned to leave our resort at 10:00 am but ended up heading out about 9:30 am since we were ready to go. Stopped for a couple last pictures …

    Messing about in the ocean

    A travel blog entry by crazyann8 on Aug 17, 2014

    11 photos

    We headed out the door around 8am in the direction of Hanalei and parked up at the end of the road. After a leisurely walk on the beach, we set up camp near the rocks by the lagoon. The morning was spent messing about in the water and looking for Humuhumunukunukuapuaa. I found two, but they were being a little elusive.

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    There's A Clue in the Name

    A travel blog entry by crazyann8 on Aug 13, 2014

    23 photos

    ... Horn to take a few pics and have a look at the stalls. On the way back, I stopped off at Kukui'ula Small Boat Harbour. Never stopped off there before. I went for a walk on the beach and had to laugh at a dog there. His owner kept throwing a ball into the sea, but the clever dog, just waited until until the waves brought it in. He did like to swim in the sea though. You can still see Spouting Horn from the beach (look closely at the photo). There were a couple ...

    A Look At The Forbidden Island

    A travel blog entry by david.pierce on Feb 08, 2014

    32 photos

    ... of rain the week before. When the island gets heavy rain, waterfalls that aren't normally present sprout up from high in the mountains. Even Captain Kelly (our guide) was commenting as to how many waterfalls there were. She hadn't seen many of them before. What a treat!

    The entire Napali Coast trip was a treat, but one of the neatest parts was when we passed a waterfall that gained notoriety from a well-known scene in the movie King Kong that ...

    Kauai (Nawiliwili)

    A travel blog entry by frankadventures on Jan 12, 2014

    5 photos

    ... me to pronounce all these names; they are not what it looks like! The Hawaii language only has 12 letters in their alphabet and they do not sound like ours. Pe-Pe is pronounced “Pay-Pay”. Even Donna & Richard Fujie is not pronounced like I thought…it is Fuji (then long a).

    OK, we went to watch the Spouting Horn that was to shoot water 50 feet into the air while emitting a loud groan. ...