Koa Kea Hotel & Resort
Koa Kea Hotel & Resort at Poipu Road in Koloa in the island of Kauai, Hawaii, has 121 rooms and is regarded as a luxury hotel. It is located right in front of Poipu Beach and prides in its unique design for its luxury spa and restaurant. This design was based on the color of sea life and flowers in the area. Most of the accommodations are provided with views of the ocean although some rooms will only provide a partial view.
A Quiet Place to Stay with Stunning Views of White Sandy Beaches
Guests value the quiet environment so that they can relax and experience a change from their busy lives. Its beautiful views of the white sandy beaches remind you that you can take a walk or go for a swim whenever you feel like it. Honeymooners value this boutique hotel for the privacy that it provides.
Amenities for Your Comfort and Convenience
The public areas are air-conditioned for your comfort. Other features include concierge services, elevator, gift shops, laundry facilities, meeting rooms, massage rooms, free Internet access, fitness equipment, newsstand, spa tubs, non-smoking facilities, patio, valet parking, multilingual staff, accessibility for wheelchairs, tour assistance, outdoor swimming pool, wedding services, and a safety deposit box at the front desk.
The hotel also ensures that all rooms are non-smoking. Every room is provided with HD television sets that have on-command video and pay-per-view films. The bathrooms are provided with hair dryers, bathrobes, and designer toiletries.
Other room amenities include a sitting area, housekeeping, ironing board and iron, premium bedding, direct-dial telephone, free newspaper from Monday to Friday, turndown service, voice mail, a safe in the room that is spacious enough for your laptop computer, docking station for your iPod, cribs when requested, hypo-allergenic beds when requested, speaker phone, makeup mirror, shower, and blackout curtains and drapes.
Possible activities in Koloa
Only a few miles away from this hotel is the Poipu Golf Course where PGA tournaments have been held for a number of years. If you feel hungry, you can go to the Red Salt restaurant that got its name from the red salt of the island. It offers contemporary food with the unique ingredients and flavors of Hawaii.
If you want a taste of history, you may want to visit the Outrigger Kiahuna Plantation. This plantation was the first sugar plantation in Koloa and was built in 1835. Another place to visit is the Spouting Horn with its saltwater sprays and unique sounds that have been determined by geologists to be the result of air traveling in the lava tubes. Just remember to keep a safe distance from the ocean and the rocks.
If you love water sports then you must visit Snorkel Bob's where you can rent equipment for boogie boarding, scuba diving, surfing, and snorkeling. If you want to relax those tired muscles, why don't you visit Anara Spa. It offers various kinds of massage, including aromatherapy, shiatsu, and a traditional native massage known as the Lomi Lomi. You can also try their services for body wraps, reflexology, the Seaweed Masque, exfoliation, and other treatments in this health spa.