Ka‘iulani of Princeville is a true tropical resort community, in an unrivaled location, with spectacular views in all directions. With only 77 luxury residences on 18 acres of prime real estate, you’ll enjoy privacy and spaciousness in a once-in-a-world ocean bluff setting.
It’s an ideal place for those seeking home ownership without all the maintenance bother. Your Homeowner’s Association membership takes care of your exterior maintenance and building insurance, upkeep of the pools and facilities, landscaping, and supervision by our on-site Resident Manager. In other words…Relax and enjoy.
In 2008, Islands Magazine voted Kauai “One of the 10 Best Islands to Live On.” They summed up their reasoning best by saying “Kauai wooed us with its green, mountainous heart, its rugged canyons and its lacy, white fringe of beaches. With natural beauty and a laid-back vibe, Kauai is an American dream come true.” We couldn’t agree more.
Apparently so do many others:
- In 2009 the readers of Travel + Leisure Magazine named Kauai as “Hawaii’s Best Island” in the magazine’s 2009 “World’s Best Awards”.
- Also in 2009, Hanalei Bay took the #1 spot in the 19th Annual Top 10 Beaches ranking produced by coastal expert Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman. Fifty criteria are used to evaluate beaches, which include water and sand quality as well as safety, facilities and environmental management.
- In 2010 Travel + Leisure magazine rated Kauai “The World’s Second-Best Island.” This is the third year out of the past five that Kauai has ranked above the other Hawaiian islands.
The Warmth of Community
Our island community offers relaxation and privacy, but it’s certainly not a deserted island. What would you like to do?
Residents of Princeville can play a challenging round of golf on “The Prince Course,” consistently rated one of Hawaii’s best. (The course is also home to “The Tavern Restaurant,” created by Hawaii’s most famous chef, Roy Yamaguchi of “Roy’s Restaurants.”) The nearby Makai Golf Course offers breathtaking views on their newly renovated “Oceans” and “Lakes” courses.
The Princeville Center is an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and professional services designed to meet the needs of residents and visitors alike. You’ll find Foodland, the North Shore’s largest grocery store, a handy Ace Hardware and a Post Office. Shop for jewelry, clothing, toys, accessories and art. Dining opportunities abound from steaks to fresh Mex to Thai to ice cream and shaved ice. There’s also a beauty salon for you, a dog groomer for your best friend, a yoga studio, service station, two banks and many other useful services.
Princeville is also conveniently close to the historic North Shore communities of Hanalei and Kilauea where even more shops, restaurants and beaches are yours to explore. Not to mention the luxurious bars and restaurants you’ll find at St. Regis Princeville.
Kauai has more white sandy beaches than any other Hawaiian Island and there are lots of them surrounding Ka‘iulani of Princeville. You’ll find dozens more just a short drive or bike away. You could go to a different North Shore beach every day for a month, and still have many more beaches left to see on your next visit.
Beaches aren’t the only outdoor adventures waiting for you on Kauai’s North Shore. Take a challenging trek on the remote Napali Coastline or a leisurely paddleboard or kayak down the Hanalei or Kalihiwai Rivers. There’s horseback riding, zip line tours, helicopter rides, whale watching, fishing trips and more just waiting for the outdoor enthusiast.
The Princeville Community Center is also just a short walk away from Ka‘iulani. There you’ll find Prince Albert Park with a children’s playground, park, athletic field, a fitness course and indoor meeting facilities. Special events like outdoor movies, concerts and community picnics are also held here. You can check out a current event schedule here.