Take a dip in the warm, gentle waters of Kauai’s breathtaking Hanalei Bay, discover the scenic vistas around every turn at Waimea Canyon, kayak to unspoiled waterfalls, and make the most of your time, immersing in Kauai’s lush tropical splendor.
Discover the best of the island in every direction. Drive north to Hanalei Bay, west to Waimea Canyon, or south to Poipu for a perfect beach day. Check out our Area Map to get a sense of where we are so you can plan your island adventures.
To learn more about the beautiful Garden Island and planning guide for your island activities, we recommend visiting the Hawai’i Tourism Authority website here.
3 Miles, 5 Kilometers, 6 Minute Drive
You might call it “The Gateway to Paradise.” Lihue Airport is Kauai's primary airport, offering domestic, international and interisland flights. The airport is just a short drive from Kauai Beach Resort, making us the perfect place to stay when you have a late or early flight.
Need help figuring out how to get around the island? Kauai recently launched a new website to help with transportation options and more essential information while visiting the Garden Isle. Visit: www.getaroundkauai.com
- Robert’s Hawaii provides airport shuttle service to our resort, view more info here.
- If you’re renting a car we recommend making your reservations as far in advance as possible.
- TURO, a self service online rental platform is very popular on our island and a convenient way to book your transportation. Turo offers a free shuttle from Lihue Airport to Turo's designated lot located at the Target Parking Lot in Kukui Grove Shopping Center, in Lihue.
Enjoy the Bliss of Kauai Life
At Kauai Beach Resort, we live colorfully. Each morning, the sun’s amber rays lift up over blue waters and the whitecaps lapping our shores to warm our lush emerald resort. In the evenings, lavendar skies flecked with clouds colored pink, and orange provide a postcard backdrop to a pau hana drink on the beach. Exploring by land, sea, and air; sampling our tropical bounty of fruits and vegetables, locally-raised meats, and locally-caught fish; or immersing yourself in our history – how will you color your days?