Sheraton Kauai Resort

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One of the best things about the Sheraton Kauai Resort is its location on Poipu Beach, without question one of the best beaches on the island of Kauai. Another factor that helps make the Sheraton Kauai Resort desirable is its relatively low rates. While not inexpensive, the Sheraton Kauai Resort is more affordable than some of the other Kauai resorts, and you can always book one of the cheaper garden rooms if you are interested in spending as little as possible. The Old Hawaiian feel that the Sheraton in Kauai exudes helps create a pleasant lodging experience, as do the modern amenities, and plenty of fun things to do are available regardless of which room you choose.

Sheraton Kauai Rooms

Sheraton Kauai Rooms
Sheraton Kauai Rooms

There are 394 rooms and suites to choose from at the Sheraton in Kauai, and they are housed in a few different buildings. The rooms and suites in the Ocean and Beach Wings are arguably the best, as they all face the sea, though the views of the lush tropical surroundings from the Garden Wing rooms are inviting as well. All of the rooms and suites at the Sheraton Kauai Resort have recently been renovated, and the fresh decor is both tasteful and soothing. Flat-screen televisions are among the standard in-room amenities, as are cable TV programming, premium bedding, attractive wood furnishings, air-conditioning, a telephone, a mini-fridge, a coffee maker, complimentary bath products, comfy guest robes, a hair dryer, an iron, and a safe for your valuables. Except for a kitchen, the rooms and suites at the Sheraton in Kauai should provide everything you need to enjoy a pleasant stay. And, as the resort is only about a 30-minute drive from the airport in Lihue, you'll be in your comfortable guest unit relatively quickly after your plane lands.

When you're not relaxing in your room or suite at the Sheraton in Kauai, you can go for a dip in one of the resort's two swimming pools, or you can head to the modern fitness center to get a quick workout in. Tennis courts are also available if prefer to get some exercise that way. Surfing the Web in the resort's internet library is also an option for on-site things to do, so if you don't have a private laptop, you can still go online to book Kauai tours or to stay in touch with friends back home. For those who want to go shopping during their stay at the Sheraton Kauai Resort, the Poipu Shopping Village is not far off. In addition to an array of shops, the Poipu Shopping Village also offers a good collection of restaurants, so you can consider eating there when you're not dining at the Sheraton.

In addition to the Shells Restaurant and the Naniwa Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar, the Sheraton in Kauai also offers a lounge, a tantalizing bar and grill that is a great place to grab appetizers and drinks, and a sunset luau on Monday and Friday nights. Hawaiian food, American fare, and a mix of international flavors make up the dining selections at the Sheraton Kauai Resort, so you should have no problem finding something you like among the various menus. In addition to enjoying at least one luau dinner during your stay at this casual resort, you'll also want to take part in one of the Mai Tai Receptions. In addition to fantastic drinks, these events feature hula dancing and other Hawaiian entertainment. Live entertainment is also offered in the oceanfront bar.

You can hardly go wrong with a stay at the Sheraton in Kauai, but you can also consider the Outrigger Kiahuna Plantation Resort or the Castle Kiahuna Plantation Resort when looking to stay right on Poipu Beach. All of these resorts offer a fine array of amenities at a good price, and when it comes to location, they are hard to beat.

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