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Wilt u meerdere eilanden van Hawaii bezoeken? Informeer naar de mogelijkheden voor een unieke Hawaii Island Hopping arrangement.

Sheraton Kauai Resort

Mooi strandhotel met veel faciliteiten, op een fraaie plek aan het Poipu strand, op circa 30 minuten rijden van de luchthaven.

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Over Sheraton Kauai Resort

In het Sheraton Kauai kunt u optimaal genieten van de relaxte tropische sfeer van Hawaii. Uiteraard behoort 'niets doen' tot de mogelijkheden, maar u kunt ook diverse activiteiten ondernemen. Er is een desk voor strandactiviteiten, diverse winkels vindt u op loopafstand en golfen behoort ook tot de mogelijkheden in de directe omgeving. De garden view kamers bieden uitzicht over de tropische tuinen van het resort en zijn onder meer voorzien van airco en een lanai (balkon). Er zijn ook ocean front kamers. Daarnaast beschikt het hotel over een beautysalon, twee zwembaden, twee kinderzwembaden en een whirlpool. Voor kinderen is er de Keiki Aloha Club.


  • kindvriendelijk
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Wilt u meerdere eilanden van Hawaii bezoeken? Informeer naar de mogelijkheden voor een unieke Hawaii Island Hopping arrangement.

Goed om te weten

Een reis naar Hawaii wordt vaak gecombineerd met een reis in het westen van Amerika. Vanuit de westkust van Amerika is het nog ca. 6 uur vliegen naar Hawaii. De reisduur vanuit Amsterdam is ca. 22 uur, waarbij u rekening moet houden met één of twee overstappen in Amerika.

Sheraton Kauai Resort
v.a. € 145 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Escape Partial Ocean View
Airco, televisie, telefoon, koelkast, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkfaciliteiten. Compleet ingerichte badkamer. Balkon met gedeeltelijk zeezicht

Escape Deluxe Ocean Front
: Zoals Escape Partial Ocean View, aan de zeezijde gelegen

Escape Garden View
: Zoals Escape Partial Ocean View, uitzicht op de tuin.


Gelegen aan het Poipu strand.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• Bar
• 2 Zwembaden, 2 kinderbaden
• Tennisbanen
• Fitnessruimte


• Kidsclub

Kauai is het oudste en liefelijkste eiland van de Hawaii eilandengroep. Zonnige stranden omzomen hier regenwouden en met pijnbomen beklede berghellingen.

"beautiful, well run, resort property"

The staff are top notch, nice and helpful. The beach is one of the nicest in Kauai, and the Luau was great as well. RumFire is a great restaurant, and the little cafe can make that late night pizza you just have to have. Lava is the poolside bar/restaurant, and you can order from your lounge chair via an app, or directly from the nice servers that regularly come by. Comfy beds, and a great base for our various snorkeling, rum distiller, canyon trips and helicopter tours - it's all good. Aloha!

"Work conference "

We stayed here for a conference at the grand hyatt which was booked. This ended up working out great, we loved the Sheraton! They have a great beach and pool area, the restaurants are excellent (but expensive, as expected at a Hawaiian beach resort). The location is perfect, there's lots to do in the area. It's about an hour drive to waimea canyon, 40 mins or so to the airport. The best part was the customer service. After I got home I realized I had left some clothes in a drawer. Not only did they save it, they shipped it to me for free! I'd highly recommend this resort.

"Love this Place!!! - Review by SPG Platinum"

So I am going to start off with some quick context so folks have a basis of where I am coming from. I have been to Hawaii more than 10 times and have been to every island except Molokai. I have stayed at almost every SPG Hotel in Hawaii (some multiple times): Sheraton Waikiki and Westin Moana Surfrider in Oahu, Sheraton and Westin in Maui, Sheraton on Big Island, and the Westin Princeville in Kauai. I have also been fortunate enough to have stayed at probably some of the highest end hotels like Turtle Bay in Oahu, Four Seasons Wailea in Maui, Four Seasons Hualalai on Big Island, and the two Four Seasons hotels on Lanai. With all that said, the Sheraton Kauai is spectacular! My family and I recently stayed here for Spring Break and had another amazing time (we had previously stayed here during New Years week 2015 and I should have written a review then, but this will cover both trips). For this trip, we originally had booked the St. Regis in Princeville, but ended up changing our reservation to the Sheraton. You may be thinking to yourself, "that is crazy and I don't know if I believe this guy anymore," but I will tell you why we did it. First off, Yes, this hotel is no Four Seasons, it is no St. Regis and in Poipu the "nicest" hotel may be the Grand Hyatt. However, you cannot beat the location, service, and value you get at the Sheraton, especially if you are SPG Platinum. I will caveat all of this with the fact that I am a family man now and I am viewing this hotel through the lens of someone with a kid. The Location: You cannot beat it! Right on Poipu beach which is probably one of the best beaches in Hawaii, especially if you have children. You can walk right onto Poipu beach from the hotel grounds. Poipu beach is calm enough that your kids can play in it. There is also decent snorkeling and surfing on the beach. Weather in Poipu, since it is on the south side, is usually always nice and much better than Princeville. As opposed to the Westin Princeville, where there is no beach access and you have to go to the St. Regis, this is much more convenient. There are also just so many more activities to do on this beach than the St. Regis. In addition to the beach location, the hotel is being located in Koloa is near the Poipu Bay Golf Course, The Shops at Kukui'ula that have some of the best dining in Hawaii from higher end place like Merriman's and Eating House 1849 (some of our favorites) to more casual like Bubba's Burgers and Savage Shrimp, and the Kukuiula Market that houses the amazing triumvirate of our favorite food in Kauai: Makai Sushi, Anakes Juice Bar, and Da Crack. The Service: Amazing! Like most hotels in Hawaii, the Aloha spirit is in full force here and I felt it right away at the valet and then at check in. However, the difference here is that it is not a huge crowded hotel so you really get to know everyone which elevates the service levels. Everyone made an effort to really connect with me and my family which I appreciated, especially my three year old daughter. From the moment I pulled up to the hotel, the valets (valet parking is free for SPG Platinum) made me feel very welcome (shout out to Eric!). Both times I visited, we arrived early so our room was not ready and had to wait an hour or two, but we were able to get upgrades based on Platinum status both times (they really do take care of Platinum members!). The first time we visited, we were upgraded to a Garden Suite which was across the road, but never really thought the walk was a big deal. This time we were upgraded to the Ocean Wing with a room on the second floor with an ocean view. Both rooms were great, the suite was nice since it was bigger but you have to walk a little more to get to the ocean pool and beach and the ocean view room was smaller but had an awesome view and was very convenient. With SPG Platinum we got a free continental breakfast everyday which was as nice a continental breakfast you can expect (you can upgrade to a full breakfast with hot foods for $9). The staff at Lava's was always friendly, we loved seeing Tomeko for breakfast and starting the day with her cheerful attitude. We also had the benefit of seeing Chason in the afternoon/evenings - he went out of his way to bring an Ono Pop to my daughter for her birthday one day. Our room was always taken care of by our housekeeper Shirley who did a tremendous job. On our last day at this hotel, our flight ended up being extremely delayed, but the front desk staff went above and beyond and made things work so that we could check out a little later at 3:30pm. This was above and beyond since at resorts they do not have to guarantee late checkout for SPG Platinum. The Value: You really get more than what you pay for at the Sheraton Kauai. Based on the location and service alone you are probably already ahead. However, there are some additional benefits of this hotel. One of the biggest benefits is the daily activities that the hotel coordinates. My wife and daughter always loved the daily line-up of activities and were impressed by the careful planning and running of the activities by Christie and Anthony. The hotel also has a few hula shows per week in the evenings at Lava's which were always very delightful. My daughter loved the hula dancers, especially the family of four that performs. If you are looking for the best Luau in Kauai then the Sheraton is the spot. If you are staying at the hotel then it is even more convenient since you can just walk over. As you can tell, my family has had two great experiences at this hotel. You need to come in with the right expectations, but this hotel will surpass those expectations. The staff and service are amazing! We can't wait to return and see all our friends! Aloha!

"Decent for a short stay with kids"

Overall, we had a good but not great stay at this property. We used this as the final stop on our 10-day Spring break vacation, the first week in Princeville at the Condo and last few days in Poipu. We have 5-year old twin boys that are active and love the pool and beaches. This our fourth trip as a family here in just a little over 5 years and have stayed in many different properties: (+) -Rates are pretty good comparatively, but you get what you pay for -Rooms were ok, but furniture a bit worn, bathroom area was nice and good size -The property isn't overly big or sprawling, the amenities are closely situated -Pool area is not large but decent with nice kids pool, and easy access to the restaurant/bar for food (good deals on drinks at happy hour) -Room was well located, but we were on the water side of the property, just a short walk from everything...I wouldn't stay on the other side of the road. Too far. -The Café and Store were nice for quick items and breakfast/lunch -Service overall was good, friendly -Nice beach area -We were there on Easter Sunday and they did a nice job with the Easter egg hunt with the Bunny in full costume, our boys loved it. (-) -After twice being told our room would have refrigerator with freezer, it did not, I know this seems like a small thing but it was important to us and after confirming twice we had to shift some plans with frozen items we had for picky eaters. -The property is rather "blah" architecture and gardens are just ok, nothing magical here, it doesn't transform you like other properties we have been to on the island (Hyatt, and St. Regis) -I would have to agree with others in the property appears a bit worn, I wouldn't quite say rundown, but certainly in need of major renovation to bring it back to a standard - the location deserves it. -As a couple I wouldn't stay here...too noisy and no adult pool or separate areas to relax, there are other hotels with much better options. -Limited food options, 2 restaurants, one that is closed Sunday and Mondays, the days we were there. The Luau they have looked good but we didn't partake.

"Not as good as the Sheraton on Maui"

Hmmm. I was there for two weeks, so let's break this down so I'm not rambling: The location of the hotel in Koloa is very good. Close to restaurants and close to Poipu Beach. You don't need to go to Poipu Beach unless you really want to since the beach in front of the hotel is very good. Hotel itself: Well maintained grounds, but not pretty or fancy. It's dated. There really isn't a lot of tropical decor or attractiveness to the complex. Let me be clear that what you are paying for is the proximity to the ocean since the hotel is on a nice beach. Room: We had upgraded to an oceanfront room and had a lovely view of the ocean. At least every other day we would look down from the balcony of our room and see couples getting married in small ceremonies down below us on the lawn. The room was also dated and very basic. The one thing my husband and I didn't like was that the closet opened on both sides, so that there was very little privacy in the bathroom. Weird design. Carpet was a bit worn and needed either a good cleaning or replacing... as I said, you're paying for the view and closeness to the ocean. Restaurants: Rum Fire: We went to breakfast once there and it was not good at all. The server heavily pushed the buffet as being a better deal and so we tried it and it was not good at all. Not very good quality and not that many offerings. Dinner at the Rum Fire is a different story. We ate there twice and each time it was pretty good. Not fantastic, but the service and food were better. We did not like the popcorn "appetizer." Most restaurants have bread or rolls, but the Rum Fire gives you mixture of stale popcorn and washi crackers. Not good. Link Cafe: We ended up getting most of our breakfast things at the cafe. Pastries, coffees and breakfast sandwiches already ready made it much easier and less effort. Plus, all the ladies that worked there were very nice. Lavas: Basic pool fare that doesn't change. Burgers, chicken sandwich, etc. Not bad, but not the greatest either. Service was directly related to management--when they had only one guy working the cabana area service was painfully slow. Feeling like I could have prepared it myself faster. When they were staffed with two or more people working the cabanas then the food and drinks came out more timely. Went there for dinner one night and that wasn't a good idea since the dinner menu was almost identical to the lunch menu. The Rum Fire has a different menu but Lavas not so much. Beach activities: The staff are very nice who work the desk and must have the patience of saints. You go to this desk to get/turn in beach towels, reserve cabanas and buy toys for playing in the pool or ocean. They rent boogie boards, but it's kind of a waste. The entire two weeks we were there the waves broke right on the shore so you don't get much of a ride. Check where the waves are breaking first. We got more use out of the inflatable donut we bought there. They will inflate it for you. We did, however, twice have a problem with rude people showing up in the cabana we paid for an trying to claim it as their own, which sucked. At that point, you can either report it to the beach activities desk and make those poor people try to get rid of them OR, if you're like us, you can ask them to leave your cabana yourself and have everyone around you glare at you and act like you're the troublemaker. This happened twice to us while we were there. As a note to management, if you put tags on the wrists of the people who are renting the cabanas when they check in this situation could be avoided. Then if the person in the cabana doesn't have a wrist tag you know you've got a person there that doesn't belong. My husband and I got a lot of grief over this from the people around us because he asked a lady, eh, bimbo, she was a bimbo, to leave our cabana. Resort fee: I really don't know what the $30 per day resort fee charge is for. It's a bit of a rip off actually. It's not for parking because you pay extra for that. It's not for the grounds because I've stayed at much cheaper hotels that were as well maintained. Everything is extra and you have to purchase separately. I sincerely do not think the property offers enough perks to justify the per day resort fee. Would I stay there again? Maybe. It was just okay, but it was expensive for just okay even with our SPG rewards.

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