We spent two nights at Koa Kea in an oceanview room. We loved the fact that the resort is so small -- and because it was a slow week we sometimes felt like we had the whole place to ourselves. The pool was beautiful (though a tad chilly) and the grounds were extremely well-maintained. The staff was attentive (I accidentally spilled sand all over the bathroom floor after housekeeping had visited and they quickly came back to sweep it up) and many of them called us by name. Sitting out on our balcony watching the sunset was absolutely blissful. Yes, it was quite expensive, but when compared to the crowded, kid-filled Marriott property next door the Koa Kea seemed well worth the price. We had dinner at Red Salt on our last night and it was delicious, and even though we'd checked out earlier in the day, we were able to use a hospitality suite to shower before dining. We had spent a very active week up in Kapaa before coming to the Koa Kea and this was a perfect place to completely relax -- a wonderful finishing touch for our vacation.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Koa Kea is a luxury boutique hotel with unmatched proximity to the ocean. Red Salt Restaurant and the Spa at Koa Kea are the newest additions to Poipu Beach, a great location for enjoying Kauai. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Koa Kea Hotel And Resort
- Koa Kea Hotel Poipu
- Koa Kea Resort
- Koa Kea Hotel & Resort Kauai/Poipu