A guide of where to sup, sip and stay while visiting the picturesque Hawaiian island.
Hawaii's lush island of Kauai showcases postcard-perfect beaches, top-notch accommodations, glitzy nightlife and restaurants offering stellar wine and food. Despite that it’s intensely rural—its biggest town, Kapaa, has a population of less than 11,000—Kauai is the fourth-largest island and feels surprisingly familiar, even for those who have never visited. It’s because more than 60 movies have featured its pristine nature, including The Descendants (2011), Avatar (2009) and A Perfect Getaway (2009).
Lodging: Don't miss the jaw-dropping views of Hanalei Bay—a two-mile crescent of sandy beach and mountains—from the floor-to-ceiling windows in the bar and in most of the rooms at the St. Regis Princeville Resort. In the lobby of this stunning resort, which is located on the North Shore of Kauai’s Princeville at Hanalei Community, hangs a chandelier featuring 4,200 droplets of Murano glass inspired by one of the island’s many waterfalls.
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