Pu'u Po'a 204
Travelers from all over the world have come to discover the rare beauty and peaceful sanctuary that is Princeville -- on the North Shore of the Garden Island of Kauai. Pu'u Po'a #204 is perfectly situated on an ocean bluff next to the five-star Princeville Hotel, in the Hanalei District of the North Shore of Kauai.
The prestigious Pu'u Po'a condominium is blessed with an incredible vista of the Pacific Ocean from sunrise at Hideaway Beach, to sunset over Bali Hai on Hanalei Bay.
Our 2,000 square-foot condo offers full ocean views from the living room, dining room, kitchen, master bedroom, sun room, and large open-air lanai.
There is an on-site private tennis court, and a heated swimming pool that is beautifully perched on the bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean! This contemporary 54-unit condominium community is surrounded by beautiful Hawaiian landscaping to complement the unparalleled views from the site.
You will thoroughly enjoy watching whales, dolphins, sailboats, and surfers from the comfort of your vacation home. Relax with all the amenities needed to make your stay very comfortable and enjoyable.
Pu'u Po'a #204 features spacious and well furnished living accommodations. Soak in the Japanese O'Furo hot tub. Enjoy breakfast on the lanai overlooking Hideaway Beach. Prepare more formal meals from the full kitchen, and serve them in the dining room with a table and seating for six.
There are new appliances and furniture throughout, as well a large-screen TV, cable, a stereo, High speed Broadband Internet access, and much, much more.
There is an unlimited amount of activities available here on the North Shore of Kauai. Besides the 45 holes of world-class golfing within minutes of the condo, there are miles of walking and biking paths, as well as beach access to the exquisite Hideaway Beach -- just beneath our condo.
There is also easy access to Pu'u Po'a Beach on Hanalei Bay, in front of the Princeville Hotel.
Horseback riding is available nearby at the Princeville Ranch; polo matches are held in season at Anini Beach. People come from all around the world to hike the Na Pali Coast, as well as many other fantastic trails on Kauai.
Kayaking the seven rivers of Kauai is a treat only surpassed by taking a kayak out of Hanalei Bay to paddle with the dolphins and Honu - Hawaiian sea turtles. Ocean sports are unparalleled here in Kauai. Many people enjoy surfing, windsurfing, snorkeling, diving, sailing, and fishing, as well as swimming and beachcombing on the many beautiful beaches on the North Shore of Kauai.
So make your vacation dreams come true.
Viewing the majestic 4,000 foot-high Waialale Mountains with rainbows and waterfalls on the entry side of Pu'u Po'a -- and the awe-inspiring and ever-changing Pacific Ocean on the front, you'll see why so many people agree that Princeville is 'A Little Bit of Heaven That Fell to Earth'.
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