The Point at Poipu Princeville hawaii timeshare resort review

Our recent timeshare vacation trip to Kauai- We stayed at the Pahio at Bali Hai in Princeville, Hawaii which is now a Wyndham managed resort.

It was decorated with a Hawaiian theme and was modern and comfortable. We brought another couple with us and there was plenty of room for all. One of our friends enjoyed the golf at Princeville and Poipu.

It rained a lot while we were in Princeville so we would go to the other side of the island for sun and fun, which is about an hour away. There were many many roosters at Pahio at Bali Hai that didn’t seem to know what time it is. They go off at all hours. There was no view from our unit. It was a nice location and town was close for breakfast or dinner. The Princeville Hotel is under renovation until next April.

The point At Poipu accommodations at timeshare resort in maui hawaiiGetting out and about on our Pahio at Bali Hai, Kauai stay

Hanalei is a charming little town nearby Princeville there you will find good restaurants and art galleries.

Eating: In Hanalei– food is good, a pretty good selection and prices are reasonable. We ate at Post Cards our last night. The food was excellent as was the service. Cheri and I had fresh local fish (Onaga) and the wine selection was great! Dinner for 4, with wine and dessert, was about $140.00.

While in Hawaii, try Lapperts Ice cream which is a Hawaii local favorite. It’s expensive as far as what you expect for a scoop of ice cream. But, their ice cream with its exotic flavors and rich textures made with natural ingredients is one of the best we have ever had.

Activities: Also, Cheri & I had fun kayaking in the Hanalei River. At the end of the road is Haena which is most beautiful. Extremely tropical. It was like being in the rain forest without the long drive to get there. We took a short hike and enjoyed the scenery. There were hugh waves.

Tourist Adventure: In the southern part of the island, we also liked visiting the village of Hanapepe which we found some nice art galleries and shops for Hawaiian crafts and artisan. Another thing to check out when at this end of the Island is the Swinging Bridge. Cheri found the bridge a little to scary for her so she took the picture of me and our friend on the bridge. This bridge is about 50 yards long and is above a river. It looks like something out of a Rambo movie.

We checked out the Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas.

It is the nicest timeshare we have seen in Kauai. And no roosters, we were told!

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