Wyndham Bali Hai Villas
7 rentals: $143 - $286 per night
3 resales: $1,250 - $2,995
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With incredible views of the mountains, Bali Hai, and the Princeville plateau, Bali Hai Villas offers a remarkable Hawaiian vacation. Each one- and two-bedroom suite at this timeshare resort offers a spacious living area that includes a queen sleeper sofa, a full kitchen, private lanai, washer/dryer, and a king bed in the master bedroom.
The centerpiece of this RCI Gold Crown resort is its beautifully landscaped swimming pool. The pool's unique design includes an underwater reef that forms a separate kiddie pool, and a sandy bottom that extends into a beach. This exotic pool also features a state-of-the-art water purification system that uses no chemicals so there's no smell of chlorine.
While in Princeville, Kauai's leading resort community, explore the abundance of fine restaurants, beaches, golf courses, and stores. If you decide to venture beyond Princeville, Kauai has many wonderful sights to see including the Na Pali Coast, Fern Grotto, Kilauea Lighthouse, and National Wildlife Refuge.
Formerly known as: PAHIO at Bali Hai VillasWyndham Bali Hai Villas
4970 Pepelani Loop
Princeville, Hawaii 96722
- Children's Pool
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Kid Friendly
- Laundry Room
- Outdoor Pool
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Bar (1 mile)
- Boating (2 miles)
- Car Rental (2.5 miles)
- Golf (0.5 miles)
- Grocery Store (1 mile)
- Hairdresser (2 miles)
- Health Club (1.5 miles)
- Horseback Riding (2 miles)
- Live Entertainment (1 mile)
- Medical Facilities (14 miles)
- Movie Theater (5 miles)
- Restaurant (1 mile)
- Scuba Diving (3 miles)
- Shopping Area (1 mile)
- Water Skiing
- Wind Surfing (3 miles)
- User: hellen1
- Posted: Jan 26, 2006
- Updated: Aug 26, 2010
This is in a beautiful location (Princeville). It has everything in the kitchen. Beautiful view.
- User: carolr240
- Posted: Jun 10, 2009
The new Presidentail unit are amazing. We bought a timeshare in 2007 and stayed in a brand new 3 bedroom unit. It is new and clean andvery upscale. Princeville is one of the most beautiful places I have I have ever been.
- User: garyg109
- Posted: Mar 18, 2008
I stayed in a 2 bedroom March 6-13, 2008. A newer property (still building) that is up to date inside and out. For example, there's a wall mounted, flat panel wide screen LCD TV in the master bedroom. Units have DVD & VCR players. One of the better equipped kitchens I have seen. They even give you some Kona coffee and microwave popcorn. The unit is very large and was very clean. View from lanai was of the beautiful grounds. Very friendly staff. I think folks should be aware that there is NO air conditioning. I always read that the tradewinds will keep you cool. That is true if the resort is on the ocean and you have an ocean front unit. This resort is not on the ocean. My first floor unit didn't experience the trade winds. There are a lot of ceiling fans (man made trade winds) and you can be relatively comfortable, but it will still be humid.
FREE WI FI, but you have to ask for a code card at the check in desk. It was high speed and reliable.
There are a lot of great beaches for swimming, snorkeling, and boogie boarding on the north side. None are within walking distance, but you need a car to get around on this island. You can drive to some of these great beaches in less than 10 minutes. Try Anini Beach east of the resort or Hanalai Bay and Kee Beach west of the resort.
If you are a golfer, you will love the golf courses. If you are a walker/runner you will like the walking path around the golf courses.
There is a Foodland and a good restaurant in the Princeville Center. Some people miss it because it is between the east and west entrances to Princeville. They come in the east and go back out the east (if going east) or the west (if going to Hanalei) and completely miss Princeville Center. It is only 5 minutes from the property. The Foodland even has a complete liquor store. While the prices are high, they are about as good as you are going to get on Kauai.
Except for the lack of air conditioning, I highly recommend this property.
- User: sadiee2
- Posted: Dec 20, 2007
- Updated: Dec 26, 2007
I stayed here Nov. 12, 2007. The resort is very beautiful and made you feel me feel like I truly was in paradise. I stayed there for a few days and had to switch to a different unit due to the upstairs neighbor whom was still on eastern standard time at 3:00 am for 2 days with small children pretending to be spider man. Nevertheless, excellent service, amenities, location, the library, and small shops. I would like to return but on the top level next time.
- User: donna1705
- Posted: Oct 17, 2007
Beautiful and clean -- inspite of the chickens. Chickens and cats run free all around this island. I would go again.
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