Four-Star Resort with Villas Close to World-Famous Beach
Kauai is Hawaii’s fourth-largest island and home to a chain of crescent-shaped beaches that wraps around its southern shoreline, collectively known as Poipu Beach. Poipu earned the title of America’s Best Beach from Travel Channel TV, which loved the beach’s picturesque setting and nearly flawless climate.
Less than a mile away, the four-star Koloa Landing at Poipu Beach Wyndham Grand Resort gives guests easy access to Poipu Beach’s lagoons, coral reefs, and golden sand. And after a carefree day spent doing yoga on the lawn, learning to paddleboard on the ocean, or aimlessly exploring the island’s paradise-like waterfalls, guests can retreat to the resort’s luxurious villas and unwind with a glass of wine.
Up to six people can comfortably stay in the resort's two-bedroom partial-ocean-view villas, which each boast more than 1,000 square feet. A semiprivate elevator takes you up to your villa, which features two bathrooms, full gourmet kitchens, an LCD TV, and an expansive lanai. Floor-to-ceiling sliding-glass pocket doors open up the living room, allowing you to take in postcard-worthy views of the Pacific Ocean from your villa. The resort has two pools—one for kids and one for adults—and each features waterfalls.
A weekly poolside barbecue pairs local cuisine with a selection of mixed drinks, and the onsite Koloa Landing Marketplace serves pizzas, paninis, and craft beers from 7 a.m. to 7p.m. And when you’re ready for a recreational activity, such as horseback riding through the island’s spectacular valleys or taking a romantic sunset sail, simply talk to the resort's activity desk to help to book an outing.
Hawaii’s Kauai Island: Garden Isle with Waterfalls, Green Valleys, and the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”
Known as the Garden Isle for its lush tropical forests, Kauai is the oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain and home to many of the state's most scenic thrills. Here you’ll find the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific”—Waimea Canyon, a 12-mile-long, 1-mile-wide gaping gulch colored by red lava beds and green overgrowth. Bikers and hikers can ride around the canyon for panoramic views en route to the majestic cliffs and emerald valleys that inspired Travel + Leisure to rank Kauai as 1 of the top 10 islands in the world. Along the shore, Kauai’s reef-protected waters make it popular for surfing, boogie boarding, and snorkeling, and several adventure tours rent out sea kayaks for exploring mysterious shoreline caves and inactive whale blowholes.
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