Aloha! Welcome to our Signature properties on Kauai, a collaboration with Frosch Travel. Choose from one of these properties and let us help you create lifelong memories. Each property has different perks so be sure to read through each option.
Featured Photo: Courtesy of Grand Hyatt Kauai
Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa
This 52-acre bluffside compound above Keoneloa Beach (Shipwreck Beach) in Poipu may be the largest on the island with 602 rooms, but it hosts many garden nooks where you can enjoy the sweeping ocean views in relative tranquility. It also boasts lively gathering places. Kids of all ages will enjoy the best pool complex on the island — including a lazy river, 1.5-acre saltwater lagoon with its own beach, multiple tiers and a 150-foot water slide — while grownups will appreciate the sushi and spirits at Stevenson’s Library. The quieter expanse and expertise of Anara Spa draw patrons from all over the island, as does the 18-hole championship Poipu Bay Golf Course next door. Good to know: With such a big footprint, the resort makes serious efforts to reduce its carbon emissions.
Ko'a Kea Hotel & Resort
Renovated in 2009 on the site of the Poipu Beach Hotel, Ko’a Kea Hotel and Resort is an upscale 121-room boutique hotel on the sunny south shore of Kauaʻi. In Hawaiʻian, Ko’a means “coral”, and Kea means “white.” In Hawaiʻian mythology, the ancient Hawaiʻian world began with the birth of the goddess Po, whose first grandchild was the coral. the goddess Hina. Hina, short for Wahine meaning “woman,” is a powerful source of new life and spirituality. White coral designs are visible throughout the property. Despite its intimate scale and sensibility, the Anita Brooks-designed contemporary hotel, offers high-end amenities (dual shower heads in marble-accented bathrooms), a fitness center and private lanais — most with views of the pounding surf fronting the hotel.