Hotel Coral Reef

The Hotel Coral Reef is one of the best cheap hotels in Kauai, and while the rates are extra friendly, guests will still benefit from a fantastic location and an ample amount of amenities. You can find the Hotel Coral Reef resting near a golden beach in Kapaa, and the manicured lawns that lead to the sand are dotted with swaying palm trees. It's the numerous coconut palms in the area that give name to the Royal Coconut Coast, which stretches from Kapaa down to Wailua. In October, the annual Coconut Festival, which is among the more interesting Kauai events, is held at the Kapaa Beach Park. This park is near the Hotel Coral Reef, so you can easily visit it during your stay. Finding a hotel in Kapaa is more difficult than usual when the Coconut Festival is in full swing, so you'll want to plan ahead if possible. The relatively low rates at the Hotel Coral Reef always attract Kauai visitors, so booking ahead is a good idea regardless of when you decide to take your trip.

When you stay at a hotel in Kapaa, not only will you have a thriving town at your disposal, but you'll also be ideally located for trips to both the north and south shores of Kauai. Attractions such as Wailua Falls and the Kauai Museum aren't hard to reach from Kapaa, which is one more reason to consider the Hotel Coral Reef when looking for Kauai accommodations. With less money spent on rates, you can add an extra Kauai tour or round of golf to your itinerary, among other things. The Hotel Coral Reef Resort Kauai provides free parking for its guests, so if you have a rental car, which is recommended, you won't have to worry about paying extra to park it. A continental breakfast is also included in the rates.

As you're just 50 yards from the beach when staying at the Hotel Coral Reef Resort Kauai, you can enjoy as much beach time as you please. When the surf is down, swimming and snorkeling are among the top beach activities. When you're not relaxing at the beach, you can head to the resort's oceanfront pool to enjoy a refreshing dip, or you can hop on the long bike path that starts on the resort grounds and go biking, walking, or jogging. The recent renovations to the guest rooms at the Hotel Coral Reef have made them even more attractive and comfortable, so you can also relax in your comfortable quarters when you're not enjoying outdoor activities.

There are three kinds of suites to choose from at the Coral Reef Hotel in Kapaa, and the Garden View Suites are the most affordable. All of the guest units at the Hotel Coral Reef are tastefully decorated and feature wood furnishings, flat-screen televisions, and air-conditioning. A full bath is standard as well, as are ceiling fans, a safe, a coffee maker, a DVD player, cable TV, cozy bedding, and basics including a hair dryer, an iron, and an alarm clock. Should you book one of the Ocean Front Executive King Suites, a microwave and a refrigerator will also be provided, and all Ocean Front Suites boast jacuzzi bathtubs. You can't beat the suites at the Hotel Coral Reef when it comes to overall value, and based on the quality of the rooms, you're likely to wonder at some point if you were quoted the wrong price.

A small exercise room, a sauna, mountain bike rentals, and a guest barbecue area are among the overall amenities at the Hotel Coral Reef Resort Kauai, and you're within walking distance of a number of shops and restaurants, which makes for a convenient stay. When searching for a hotel in Kapaa, the Coral Reef deserves a look, even if your budget allows for more opulent accommodations. The Kauai Sands Hotel also offers budget accommodations that are worth considering when you want to save on rates in Kapaa. The rooms aren't as nice as the rooms at the Hotel Coral Reef, but they are less expensive, which might be the most important thing for some travelers.

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