From sunrise to sunset, the view from Pali Ke Kua 211 is nothing less than spectacular. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this exquisite 2BR, 2BA condo offers every amenity. With the loudest sound that of the waves below, the lanai is the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely breakfast or to toast another perfect day in paradise.Pali Ke Kua Beach (Hideaway s Beach) is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , international travel planner Edition.
Every inch of this beautiful condo was tastefully renovated. The fully equipped kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and a built-in wine cooler. The bathrooms feature top of the line cabinetry and fixtures. And the bedrooms were designed with your comfort in mind.
Princeville is an exclusive resort community located on Kauai’s north shore. Soaring cliffs and brilliant blue waters define the landscape, and the recreational options are endless. You can walk down the paved pathway just beyond the condo’s door to laze on Pali Ke Kua's private beach below. Or take a thrilling high speed boat ride along the Na Pali coastline or a slow paced kayaking tour of Hanalei Bay. Play a round of golf on the internationally acclaimed course designed by Robert Trent Jones, go hiking, horseback riding, ziplining and more.
Kauai's beaches are among the most beautiful in the world. Drive north of Princeville, and you'll come to Tunnels Beach, renowned for snorkeling. At the very end of the road is Ke'e Beach, where the Kalalau Trail begins. South of Princeville is Poipu, where it's always sunny and the waves are calm.
If hiking is your passion, in addition to the Kalalau Trail on the north side, there's Waimea Canyon on the west side of the island. It truly is reminiscent of the Grand Canyon. Further along the road is Koke'e State Park, where the temperature plummets but the views abound.
The Pali Ke Kua condominium complex has a private pool with spa and a newly opened restaurant. It really is absolutely the ultimate vacation in paradise.
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Pali Ke Kua Beach (Hideaway s Beach) reviews
All the beaches on Kaui are really nice. The north shore is rough, but that's what makes it so beautiful.
All the beaches on Kaui are really nice. The north shore is rough, but that's what makes it so beautiful. more »
Named after young Prince Albert, this area on the north side of Kauai continues to live up to its royal name – the pretentiousness and exclusionary attitude is pervasive. My wife and I drove from...
Named after young Prince Albert, this area on the north side of Kauai continues to live up to its royal name – the pretentiousness and exclusionary attitude is pervasive. My wife and I drove from... more »
Well, I walked over to this beach from Hanalei Beach Resort, which involved walking down a moderately graded concrete trail, then up quite a few steps through a construction site, finally finding the.... more
Well, I walked over to this beach from Hanalei Beach Resort, which involved walking down a moderately graded concrete trail, then up quite a few steps through a construction site, finally finding the.... more »
Awesome concrete path to the beach-not nearly as treacherous as the other way down to Hideaway.
This is a neat little spot at the base of the Princeville cliffs, accessible through a path at Pali Ke Kua condos, or by a short swim from neighboring Hideaway beach. Generally private, with few or no other people there. Steep paved trail with several hundred feet of descent, the last bit of which is dirt until you hit the beach. Fairly narrow beach, with a lot of rocks at the east end, and overhanging trees create a pretty shaded and secluded feel. Decent snorkeling, depending on surf level and water cloudiness. Seems somewhat sheltered by reef, but not nearly as calm as Anini beach just up the road. There are two BBQ grills on a bluff just before you get to the beach if you want to grab some coals and roast burgers or freshly caught fish. There are better beaches on the island for snorkeling, and better beaches for sunbathing or letting the kids play in the surf. This beach feels more like a place to meditate and think, in a positive state of mind, immersed in the beauty that is Kauai.
Absolutely steep descent for lovers - extreme sports. Necessarily slippery, comfortable shoes are needed. Very beautiful nature and the ocean are strewn with boulders from lava rocks. After overcoming all the obstacles, you will find a small, non-equipped beach below.
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