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Opaekaa Falls can be seen from a lookout on Kuamo'o Road. These beautiful falls once had shrimp rolling in the turbulent waters at the base, which is where it got its name. Opaekaa means "rolling shrimp".
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Aloha, Monday! This fury looking fruit has a delicious, juicy center that is sweet and refreshing! Find them at one of the local Farmer's Markets and enjoy! Check here for the market schedules: http://bit.ly/1q5RMQh
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Aloha, Monday! Kauai is a great place to bring the entire family! There are lots of activities for everyone: hiking, biking, and plenty of beaches. Book your vacation now: http://bit.ly/1DkppIq
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Fish sourced directly from Island fisherman, beef and coffee from neighboring ranches and spectacular ocean views makes the Beach House Restaurant Kauai an exceptional dining experience. Click here to make reservations: http://bit.ly/1CGmX0S
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Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1985 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is marked by its towering lighthouse. The ocean cliffs and tall grassy slopes of a dormant volcano provide a protective breeding ground for many Hawaiian seabirds.
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Kōloa Rum Company produces the finest, award winning, premium, single-batch Hawaiian Rums at their distillery near the town of Kalaheo, on the beautiful Garden Isle of Kauai. Stop in for a tasting next time you visit the island. http://www.koloarum.com/aloha.htm
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Winter is the best time to spot the migrating humpback whales in the warm Kauai waters.

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Since Hawaii's state bird, the Nene Goose, are endemic to Hawaii, you will not encounter them anywhere else in the world in their native environment. Nene can be seen at the Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge and other grassy areas on the island. http://bit.ly/1B1O2sF
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525 Aleka Loop Kapaa, HI 96746
525 Aleka LoopUSHawaiiKapaa96746
(808) 822-4941plantation-hale.com
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Relaxed suites with kitchens & private balconies, plus 3 outdoor pools, 2 hot tubs & shuffleboard.- Google
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Karen V Chin
2 months ago
Stayed in a standard suite. You get what you pay for! Overall experience was "ok." Room was clean, basic, "no frills," with 90s tropical white teal and mauve wicker furniture. The room didn't have central air conditioning, but an A/C box in each room's window - it was loud! Had to turn it off and have the ceiling fan circulate at night. The original room they gave us was right beside the highway. When I saw one of Kauai's famous wild chickens by the front door top near the bushes, I knew we had to upgrade at all cost. One, the main road or HWY is noisy all day and traffic starts early in the morning. Two, wild chickens with a rooster lurking in the background will start making noises around 4:30 - 5 am. The windows in our room were not double pane. The first floor room we ended up staying for 5 days was right next to the public laundry room area. Luckily, we were never in the room when it was being used. This wouldn't be my first choice to stay here again if I there was room at the Kauai Coast Resort in the same Aleka Loop complex or even at the Courtyard Marriot next door.
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Rodney Andrews
a year ago
Great place to stay. Was there with my family for a vacation. Friendly staff. There's a community grill that you can use so we had hamburgers and grilled pineapple a couple of the nights we were there. The rooms have a full kitchen with glassware and silverware so it made it really nice since we were able to buy some food and make it ourselves to save some money. Great experience overall.
Scott Payne
a year ago
Very dirty--DO NOT stay here. We checked in with a party of 5 adults. The first room only had one bed. I was issued a second room and it was filthy with dirt/hair on the bathroom floor and feces on the outside of the toilet. I took pictures and went back to the office and was issued a third room. This one smelled like mold and had hair shavings on the counter and hand towels so we turned back in the key and went to another hotel down the street. We requested a refund (as we did not stay there) and they refused. They wouldn't even refund the extra 'resort fee' which was not included in the contracted price.
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Stefan Krausse
a year ago
Great place, nice & clean. Good and cheap stay.
Sarah Schaub
11 months ago
Very, very, very disappointed. Booked the room 4 months in advance of trip. They gave us a room at the end of the last unit right next to where construction was going on from 7am until 6 pm Monday thru Saturday. Could not sit on the lanai to relax as we were continuously blown away/ overcome with diesel fumes from the construction equipment and the "beep, beep, beep" of the construction vehicles backing up. Unable to sleep in due to same as above. We asked the first day to be moved and were told "Sorry, can't do it. We're booked." Come to find out they were only booked for that weekend we arrived and they could have moved us on Sunday or Monday. Bathroom was dirty, bathtub was warped and like standing on a surfboard on the ocean. If you weren't careful it would have been very easy to fall in the shower. Kitchen "stove" laughable. We didn't even try to cook on it as we were afraid an electrical fire would start. Would never, ever stay there again. Never. Total and complete waste of money. It was our first time on Kauai as we typically go to Maui. Back to Maui we go! Great, affordable condo's there in Kihei, right across from the beach. Don't waste your money at Plantation Hale!!!
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Roy Dieckman
a year ago
A terrific place. The rates are low. Our little suite was very nice. No view or anything but at the price so what? They have pools and hot tubs and nice grounds. Big plus is a pleasant stroll to a nice practically empty beach. Friendly workers. Right in the middle of things.
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Robin Varnet
3 years ago
room A-8 = open the bureau drawers and smell the mold, saturated my clothing. carpet pads are rotting, furniture stained, chipped and disgusting. How about the moldy coffee grinds left in the coffee maker? Hair and rotted food in butter tray, drawers and debris in fridge? THEN, most staff is in Arizona so noone can come clean or help as "its not part of the hotel". Shell Vacations is the WORST hospitality company I''ve ever dealt with. Beach access? Yeah if you trek thru a field. stay somewhere else, tons of great places that are "clean, hospitable and TRUE beach access".
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Jon Haupt
a year ago