Cozy oceanfront Kauai vacation rental is the perfect island retreat. Get away from it all and celebrate life in paradise! Situated on ocean bluff, it has incredible panoramic ocean views throughout.
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Kauai’s Sealodge Resort condominiums are the ideal Hawaii vacation destination accommodations for honeymooners and vacationers. Sealodge Resort is located in the resort community of Princeville, Hawaii on the North Shore of the Island of Kauai. Sealodge received the “Solid Gold Value” award from The Ultimate Kauai GuideBook.
Sealodge is ideally located on a grassy oceanfront bluff over Hawaii’s Pacific Ocean. From the Sealodge pool you can see the ocean and palm trees swaying in the tropical breezes. Below you can see the coral outlines of Anini Reef. It is a spectacular view!
Sealodge is an oceanside Hawaiian retreat that isn’t pretentious. It is relatively small, comfortable, quiet, and laid-back. Just like Kauai! Kauai is all about the experience. You can relax, breathe and feel in touch with nature’s beauty. At Sealodge, you can smell the ginger and plumeria blossoms when in bloom. When the surf is big you can fall asleep to the sound of the waves crashing on the shore below. You will enjoy lush tropical jungles, wild flowers, remote, intimate waterfalls and secluded beaches. Watch whales and porpoise play from your balcony. Catch sight of sea turtles poking their heads above water. Experience North Shore Kauai’s incredible beauty and natural, untouched surroundings. Keep your eyes open for passion fruits found on the trees of the secluded jungle path leading from Sealodge to the beach below. Enjoy gorgeous sunrises and sunsets, the changing colors of the sun on Anini Reef and the Pacific ocean, white rolling surf and even rainbows!
Perfect Vacation Location
Sealodge is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Princeville that is off the beaten trail but still very close to everything. Sealodge is close to all the resort amenities of Princeville, including world class golf, restaurants, shopping and beaches. The St. Regis Princeville Hotel & Resort, the Westin Hotel, Hanalei Bay Resort, the Princeville Center and the Makai Golf Club are all less than 2 miles away. The seaside town of Hanalei is less than 5 miles away.
Guests of Princeville Vacations are welcome to enjoy all that these resort facilities have to offer. You are sure to find plenty of activities to have fun and make memories.
St. Regis Princeville Hotel & Resort
Not far from Sealodge is the world class St Regis Princeville Hotel & Resort. Enjoy St. Regis’s five-star fine dining, shopping and incredible spa & salon services. Be sure to take in a St. Regis sunset cocktail. They serve drinks and pupu’s (appetizers and bar menu) on their huge lanai over-looking Hanalei Bay and legendary Bali Hai. The views and atmosphere are beyond great. Don’t miss sunset and don’t forget your camera!
St. Regis Hanalei Beach
There are steps leading down from the St. Regis to Hanalei Beach. They are located to the left of the main entrance as you pull up. This route is not for everybody. If you have knee problems or any health issues, you are better off to avoid it. The steps are equivalent to about nine flights of stairs. You will definitely feel a burn on the way back up!
Close to Makai Golf Course
Sealodge Resort is close to Makai Golf Club. The top-rated Makai Golf Club is top spectacular. Bring your camera! Their renovated and redesigned oceanfront course is the stuff of legends. Their woods course is also beautiful. Both are challenging and very rewarding.
Guests of Princeville Vacations enjoy taking part in Makai events and classes. Makai Golf Club has a very successful junior golfer instruction group that is very popular with our guests with children.
Close to Princeville Center
Sealodge is convenient to Princeville Center and all of Princeville Resort. Princeville Resort is nestled ideally between the lush sea-cliffs of Kauai’s north shore mountains, the Princeville Ranch and the Makai Golf Club. You will enjoy views of legendary Bali Hai and may even catch sight of Kauai’s ancient Taro fields.
Princeville Center is located right in the heart Princeville Resort. It is one of the North Shore’s favorite gathering place. Princeville Center has a wonderful selection of offerings including Foodland Grocery store, Ace Hardware store, boutiques, restaurants and even live music! Princeville Center is a comfortable gathering place to rest and recharge for locals and visitors of Kauai’s North Shore. Don’t miss their live music Sunday thru Thursday evenings in the food court pavilion area, usually from 6-8pm.
Just a few miles away is world renowned Hanalei & Hanalei Bay. The drive is beautiful and only takes a few minutes. Just outside of Princeville town center you will bank a hard left and start your descent into Hanalei. Just at the turn you will see a huge vista open up. Be sure to stop and take some pictures. The view is one of the best on the island!
Hanalei is a great little town with lots to do and see. Hanalei offers some of the best dining on the island. You will also find plenty of wonderful stores. Hanalei has a great surf shops if you want to buy clothes and equipment. It also has equipment rental shops. There are wonderful clothing, jewelry and gift boutiques; yoga studios, hair salons and more. Don’t forget the Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings. It is one of the best on Kauai and has a great selection of local craft perfect for gifts.
Kauai’s Top Rated Beaches Nearby
Hanalei Bay Beach – Rated Number 1
Rated the number one tropical island beach and number one destination beach for vacations and honeymoons. Hanalei Bay Beach is not to be missed! Toward the Eastern side of the bay you will find the Hanalei Pier at the mouth of the Hanalei River. This section of beach fronts Black Pot Beach Park. Here you will find gentle waves great for families with small children and stand up paddle boarders. Look out to sea and on your far right, pretty far out, you will probably catch sight of surfers catching big waves. The outside reef kills the power of the waves and protects the right-hand, Eastern corner of Hanalei Bay.
Take a walk along the white sands. The lush vegetation and incredible mountain views reward you along the way. You will find larger waves rolling onto shore as you walk West away from the pier. Take care when swimming any distance from the pier. Stay near the lifeguards and swim in pairs. Please mind the local warnings:
1) When in doubt; don’t go out.
2) Always keep your eyes on your keiki (children.)
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Anini Beach & Anini Reef
Anini Reef is the largest barrier reef in Hawaii. The water at Anini Beach is very shallow in parts. The reef appears to go on forever. Anini provides wonderful opportunity for snorkelers to explore the underwater nooks and crannies at the reef’s edge. Anini is great for beginner snorkeling too. Just be careful during outgoing tides; they can be strong. Please also remember to always swim with a partner and keep your eyes on the keiki (children) at all times. That being said, the rewards of snorkeling Anini Reef are tremendous.
Ke’e Beach & Tunnels
About eight miles from Princeville is spectacular Ke’e Beach. Ke’e Beach is the gateway to the breathtaking Kalalau Trail and the famed Na Pali coast. Along the way is Lumahai Beach & Tunnels. Tunnels is considered one of Kauai’s best snorkeling destinations. Many of Princeville Vacations’ guests vote Tunnels as their favorite beach. Just follow the main road to the North West until it ends. There is public parking and showers.
Sea Life on Kauai’s North Shore
You will likely see an array tropical fish. You may spot Hawaii’s state fish, the humuhumunukunukuapua’a (triggerfish) and uhu (parrotfish), kala (unicornfish) and other tropical fish. Take it very slow and you might spot a flounder or helmet gurnard camouflaged in the sandy shallows. You won’t be able to detect them until you catch one move! If you are lucky, you might spot a Lionfish or Leaf Scorpionfish, tucked between the branches of the coral. Whitemouth Moray Eels are also common on the reef here.
Sea turtles will come in to feed on the seagrass beds here. The sea turtles are not afraid of snorkelers and you can get close but please give them space. Never try to touch a sea turtle! They are protected and you could be fined $1000 for disturbing them.
You can spot whales if you look during season. Humpback Whales begin arriving in Hawaii in November and head back to Alaska in late May. The peak of whale watching season is typically February and March. They come to the warm Hawaiian water to breed. During breeding season they are more active on the surface of the ocean. This gives you lots of opportunity to see the whales in their awesome glory.
Princeville Real Estate
Many guests of Princeville Vacations return year after year. We have guests who have fallen in love with the island and ultimately purchased their own Kauai vacation home or condo. Princeville Vacations manages these properties and rents them when they are not being used by their owners. Our owners and return guests become a cherished part of the Princeville Vacations’ ohana (family.) Feel free to request a no obligation, Aloha tour and more information when you visit us here on the Garden Island.