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The shopping center is anchored by a Foodland grocery store and includes a gas station, ice cream, shave ice, a pizza restaurant, yoga studio and several small shops. It’s decent enough though high priced.
The princeville center is the retail hub for the princeville area...various shops and resturants make up the center which is anchored by foodland supermarket.The prices are really high thus 4 not 5 stars...they do however have have any and all groceries needed for a stay...More
If you are in Princeville, great place for restaurants, various retail, and gas. Restaurants include Piazza and Tiki Iniki. Also a small food court for quick eats. Highly recommend Piazza and Tiki Iniki
If you are staying in the Princeville Resort area, this is the most convenient place to shop. There is a Foodland Grocery store here, gas station and a number of small shops and boutiques. There is also a Shaved Ice place and a Lappert's Ice...More
We frequented the Princeville Center several times on our week long visit as it was closest to our resort. We visited the grocery store which offered a really good variety of foods from convenient to traditional as well as some souvenir trinkets. Be sure to...More
Princeville is a relatively short drive (30 min?) from Lihue after the traffic around the airport clears out. The drive itself is very pleasant with lots of good views of the island and the sea. Princeville is both quaint and upscale. The Princeville Center is...More
Ate dinner here all 3 nights we stayed on N.Coast. There is an outdoor food court surrounded by a Mexican, Thai/Chinese, and tropical (Tiki Iniki) restaurants. We got nachos from the Mexican place and dinner from Thai/Chinese – not upscale, on paper plates with plastic...More
We have been here 4 days now since Apr 24. Staying at the St Regis. The flooding lasted one day. Everything is open and there are no signs of flooding except a few stores in Hanalei and the pier and beach in Hanalei bay are... More
We have been here 4 days now since Apr 24. Staying at the St Regis. The flooding lasted one day. Everything is open and there are no signs of flooding except a few stores in Hanalei and the pier and beach in Hanalei bay are closed. All restaurants are open as are the attractions. The flooding that impacted access was in the more remote areas not the tourist areas. We have had a great 4 days and are staying 2 miles from the Bay. I am glad I did not change my plans.