Settled atop a 200-foot cliff on Kauai's northern coast, Castle at Princeville is adjacent to the fairways of the Makai Course in Princeville, Hawaii. Dense rainforests, impenetrable valleys, majestic peaks and perfect golden beaches make Kauai one of Hawaii's most desirable destinations. Dominated by a sense of independence, the island has never fallen victim to the tourist culture that afflicts Oahu and the Big Island. The sights, smells and sounds of the island promote relaxation, with shimmering waterfalls, the scent of ginger and plumeria, and the sound of morning birdsong pleasing the senses.
The resort features plantation-style architecture, and is dominated by lush green foliage. A steep paved switchback path leads down the 200-foot cliff to a secluded beach where the visitors can enjoy the water on calm days. The expansive lawn is perfect for relaxing, and there is an open-air pavilion with picnic tables and barbecue grills. The front desk staff can assist with tour planning and concierge service. High-speed Internet access is available in public areas. An outdoor pool and tennis court are available for guests' use at Pu'u Po'a.
The resort offers one- and two-bedroom units with ocean or mountain views. All accommodations boast full kitchens with refrigerators, microwave ovens, ranges and cookware. Cable television, CD stereos and VCR/DVD players are provided. Washers and dryers are located in each unit.