PRINCEVILLE, KAUAI VACATION RENTALS: The ultimate Kauai vacation home, Koa Kai Hale is a stunning 3 bedroom/ 2.5 bath house with large windows in every room that surround you with lush north shore views. With 3,300 square feet of living space, this home has plenty of room for everyone to relax into their Hawaiian getaway.
Koa Kai Hale’s open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen with bar seating make it possible for the whole group to gather for quality time together, while an adjacent additional living and dining space creates the option of spreading out. This luxurious home also features a master suite with an attached fitness room/lounge area and a beautiful bathroom with dual vanities and two-person jetted tub. Each bedroom at Koa Kai Hale provides quality linens and a memory foam mattress, and each bathroom has high-end finishes to create a spa-like experience.
The upstairs lanai at Koa Kai Hale, complete with lounge seating, bar seating, and a barbecue grill, offers a tropical treehouse feeling, with mountain, waterfall, Bali Hai, and distant Hanalei Bay ocean views. A downstairs outdoor seating area near the garden and pond offers another peaceful option for enjoying the perfect Hawaiian weather. Guests will also love the open-air experience of rinsing off in the outdoor shower after a day of adventures with the bicycles, boogie boards, and beach toys provided.
Koa Kai Hale’s location in Princeville allows for easy access to a number of renowned north Kauai beaches, including Anini, Hanalei Bay, Lumahai, and Tunnels. A ten-minute drive or less takes guests to opportunities for surfing, snorkeling, diving, windsurfing, kayaking, hiking, horseback riding, helicopter rides, ziplining, and miniature golf. The quaint nearby town of Hanalei provides excellent shopping and dining possibilities, while the Princeville Center provides conveniences like a grocery store, a gas station, banks, and a post office.
Note: Please also note that this home has Airconditioning in the master bedroom ONLY. All bedrooms and living and areas have ceiling fans and windows that can be opened to allow the cool trade winds to pass through. Occasionally trade winds may not blow for a few days. The months of July through September tend to have the warmest temperatures.
Hawaii State Tax ID# W00868763-01
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