Kauai Coast Resort at the Beachboy

Kapaa, Hawaii

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  • Surrounded by swaying palm trees, plumeria blossoms and lushly landscaped grounds, Kauai Coast Resort at the Beachboy is a picture-perfect beachfront paradise. Occupying a prime spot along Kauai's Royal Coconut Coast, this top-notch resort is well-equipped to meet your demands; indulge in a dip in the swimming pool or the oceanside Jacuzzi. Enjoy fresh seafood, prime rib and Pacific Rim cuisine at Hukilau Lanai restaurant overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Pamper yourself with a massage at the full-service Spa Makaiwa located right on-site!

    Unwind in spacious one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites at Kauai Coast Resort at the Beachboy, each outfitted with a fully equipped kitchen, in-suite washer and dryer and private lanai. Oversized beds, marble-trimmed bathrooms and breathtaking, panoramic views of the vast Pacific Ocean elevate your experience far beyond what any run-of-the-mill hotel can offer!

    Kauai Coast Resort at the Beachboy is perfectly located for exploring the rest of Kauai. Just steps away, the Coconut Marketplace offers an abundance of theaters, shopping and restaurants ripe for exploration. Nearby, you’ll find opportunities for kayaking, snorkeling, hiking, whale-watching, and more! For those truly seeking a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, try a helicopter ride, scuba diving, or horseback riding along the coast.

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    • Avatar for catherinep109
      By catherinep109 Feb 11, 2014

      No elevator, hard to carry luggage up stairs!

      Most views are sideways view to ocean, some rooms overlook pool area.

      Very noisy if there are guests on floor above, especially small children.

      Try to get two bedroom on ends directly on ocean!

      This is a points based resort, they will try to sell you hard! Points systems are way to expensive unless you have unlimited time in your personal schedule and unlimited money to spend, as fees keep going up! Very hard to get out of system!

    • Avatar for patriciad144
      By patriciad144 Updated Sep 5, 2009

      Just returned from our vacation here. Were here on a Shell Vacations Explorer Package. Stayed in Unit 1303, which had a view of the ocean. The unit was comfortable and the staff was very accomodating. We did have some small insects in the kitchen area and also the carpeting was pretty dirty in both the unit and stairways. Between the sand and the red dirt of Kauai, it is understandable. They would have to replace the carpets very often in order to deal with this. The bed was fantastic-- we had just come from the Cliffs Club in Princeville where the lack of A/C and the poor mattress quality was disappointing so this bed was truly heavenly!

      Overall, I would highly recommend this resort due largely to its location and amenities. The beach out front is very rough in wave action and lots of coral reef there to get hurt on........ definitely not for kids or for non-swimmers. Lydgate State Park is a beautiful beach for kids and adults both, very safe, and I even saw a turtle there while snorkeling. I guess that's a pretty common sight on this side of the island, but it was all new to me and definitely a highlight of my trip! I definitely would stay here again, as long as I could guarantee myself an ocean view room, it makes such a difference.

    • Avatar for michaelh453
      By michaelh453 Jun 15, 2008

      I was pleasantly surprised at how nice this resort is. We stayed for 6 nights in a 2 bdrm ocean front unit with beautiful views. It was clean comfortable and fully equipped with a very nice kitchen. Nice pool, very friendly staff and a really good restaurant on site. The resort is close to everything. The beach is nice but a little rough for swimming. A better swimming beach is just a 10 minute walk away. I highly recommend it for a family vacation.

    • Avatar for genez2
      By genez2 Jul 24, 2007

      we had a great time at the kauai coast resort. service was outstanding. the rooms were well appointed and cared for. grounds were as well manicured as could be. we enjoyed the pool, and the nearby bar. the hot tub SHOULD have been off-limits to kids after 8 pm -- too many rug rats in and out of the tub destroyed the ambiance, for sure. with that said, we cant wait till our next visit. oh -- we liked the small town feel of kaapa (however you spell it).

    • Avatar for brian1152
      By brian1152 Dec 22, 2005

      We have been to this resort 3 times, and loved it each time! Grounds are immaculately maintained, rooms are spacious and fully equipped. Pools and beach are great! The restaurant had delicious fresh fish specials every day. The poolside bar, and the lounge bar also were nice to relax.

      Kapaa is a great location for people like us that like to drive to other parts of the island - 15 minutes to Lihue, 30-40 minutes to the south coast, 45 minutes to the north shore. Plus there are local stores that are less expensive and within walking distance.

      Can't wait to go back next year!

    • Avatar for grandarizona
      By grandarizona Nov 15, 2004

      We found this resort to be delightful. The unit was well equipped, and the bed was greatly improved once we had an egg crate placed on top of the mattress.

      The staff was friendly, the grounds were immaculate and the restaurant was delightful. Kappa is a good central location -- and we will return to the Kaua'i Coast.

    • Avatar for gwen84
      By gwen84 Jun 5, 2004

      we were there in 2003 and fell in love with the place; a beautiful romantic resort for both a couple or a family; the grounds are gorgeous, condo is decorated beautifully and restaurant on grounds has great food & very reasonable prices for " a nice dinner"; it was wonderful on valentine's evening being in the hot tub right by the beach & watching the palm trees sway with the gentle breeze and the moonlit sky!! also,the hammocks by the beach are great to relax in;loved walking the path right along the beach with some shaded trees as well

    • Avatar for jnginkel
      By jnginkel Updated Mar 10, 2004

      We have stayed here before in 2001 and found it still lives up to RCI Gold Crown standards. The room are very nice, clean and well maintained. The grounds are also lovely. We had a little problem with the room safe -- maintenance came right away and fixed it and we were not charged for its use. We ate at the resort restaurant one night - Hukilau Lanai - and were pleased there as well.

    • Avatar for glfblz
      By glfblz Updated Nov 6, 2003

      Had a very nice time Oct 12-16, 2003. Units were large and clean, with pleasant decorating. Odd thing I have noticed in some T/S's lately is the sliding glass doors to the lanai go one way and the drapes, the other. What's with that? It's difficult to leave the slider open just a little and still have the majority of the door covered for privacy.

    • Avatar for azbowz
      By azbowz Nov 1, 2003

      Other than the beds being too hard, this is how I would build a resort if I had the opportunity. It is relatively small, which give it a very intimate feel, and the units are designed and furnished as well as any timeshare units that I have ever stayed in. (Much better than the Embassy in Poipu, although not quite as large). The grounds are landscaped very nicely and the pool is quite adequate.

      While Kapaa should no be confused with a great resort area, there are a few nice restaurants in the area and, as Kapaa is centrally located and Kauai is a relatively small island, its easy to get to other nicer areas within a few minutes drive.

      However, as timeshare point systems generally work to the disadvantage of the buyer, I wouldn't purchase a unit here.

    • Avatar for cdsland
      By cdsland Aug 28, 2003

      Kapaa is a good central part of the Island to stay. It may not be a touristy, commercial version of Hawaii. If you want that go to Waikiki. There are plenty of dining options nearby. People are very down-to-earth in Kapaa.

      Kauai Coast Resort at the Beachboy is a very nice timeshare resort. The facilities are outstanding. The units are very well furnished and the staff is very friendly and helpful. It is definitely one of the nicer timeshare resorts I have seen.

    • Avatar for tss
      By tss Updated Aug 27, 2003

      Kapaa is the armpit of Kauai. It is full of hippies and people that look dirty even while their swimming. Go to the north or southshore. Trust Me. The Beach Boy (kauai Coast) is another low end Shell resort, It is a leasehold property and is another Shell Points resort. The points are a complete rip off!!!! BEWARE

    • Avatar for sexyeyes
      By sexyeyes Feb 26, 2003

      Great Hawaiian coastline with serene beach and lively reef for snorkling. The grounds are immaculate with good sun/shade mix. Friendly service, beautiful suite rooms with all the amenities, and how 'bout the beach boy at the pool!

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  • 520 Aleka Loop
    Kapaa, Hawaii 96746
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