The Ravishing Radisson
Hawaii's always been a favorite vacation destination and when
you've experienced this tropical paradise for yourself it's easy to see why.
But popularity brings pressures and it's not always the get-away-from-it-all
haven it used to be. Discerning lovers of these beautiful islands and savvy
first timers alike will be pleased to discover the Radisson resort on the
island of Kauai. This luxury resort on one of the most beautiful islands is the
place to come for the ultimate tropical island vacation.
Kauai is one of the most beautiful Hawaiian Islands. Much of the
island retains the feel of a paradise untouched by human hands. The pristine
sandy beaches are complemented by tranquil lagoons, cascading waterfalls and
dramatic cliffs. Inland the majestic Mount Waialeale, its summit usually
wreathed in mist, rises over 4,500ft above the Pacific. The streams and rivers
that tumble down its slopes are home to a wealth of trees, flowering plants and
exotic birdlife. The spectacle doesn't stop there either: there's the eerie
Waimea Canyon, the awesome Na Pali cliffs and heart-stopping beautiful Hanalei
valley to inspire you.
If all this grandeur sounds a little overwhelming don't worry -
simply drive or stroll through palm groves, gently rolling hills and
picturesque villages. You don't have to go looking on Kauai - the beauty of the
island is always all around you.
The Radisson Kauai Beach resort is set amid 25 luxuriantly
landscaped acres on the oceanfront of the island's premier beach - yet is
convenient for the airport, shopping, championship golf and outside adventure
sports. The tranquil ambience and beautiful surroundings will help you relax as
soon as you arrive. The luxury at Radisson Kauai comes with a distinctly
Hawaiian flavor. Rooms are decorated with elegant simplicity: the textured
ceiling and wallpaper in white and sand-color provide the perfect complement to
dark plantation-style furniture while the floral decorations on bedspreads and
furnishings are a reflect Kauai's natural beauty. Exotic potted plants are a
finishing touch typical of a resort where attention to detail is the watchword.
Guestrooms are spacious and come with full room and bathroom amenities and a
lanai (Hawaiian patio or balcony). Choose your view - look out across the
mountains, or the lush gardens; admire the swans sailing gracefully on the
lagoon or the elaborately landscaped pool and grotto or gaze on the
ever-changing beauty of the Pacific ocean while you relax on your lanai. Opt
for an elegant luxury suite for the ultimate indulgence. These have an
oversized bedroom, separate living room and extra bath as well as a wet bar.
You'll be invited to the Manager's nightly cocktail hour, followed by a torch
lighting ceremony – all this, and high-speed internet access is available for a
small supplement. All suites have magnificent ocean views.
As well as three miles of beautiful natural beach the resort
offers an oceanside sand-bottomed freshwater pool. There's also an outdoor
Jacuzzi, two refreshing pools and a separate kid's pool. There are also
complimentary tennis courts if you're feeling really energetic. Whether you
want to keep in trim or simply pamper yourself the Alo Lani Spa and Fitness
Center will take good care of you. There's a sauna, full range of spa
treatments and a great range of modern exercise equipment.
With this level of hospitality you'd take fine dining for
granted but the Radisson Kauai is famed for its award-winning dining and
friendly service. Everyone on the island, including the locals, comes here for
a memorable meal. Several distinctive setting caters for every taste and
occasion and executive chef Hal Amana's combination of Pacific Rim cuisine and
Hawaiian specialties will excite even the most jaded palate. The Napaka Terrace
Steak House is the signature restaurant and opens for breakfast and dinner. Eat
choice mature beef or local seafood specialties in an enchanting outdoor
setting with ocean, landscaped pool and torch lit waterfalls to provide the
perfect ambience. The Shutters Lounge features live music every night while the
Driftwood Sandbar and Grille has a delightful garden atmosphere.
Attractions on Kauai are world-class. All activities and
adventures on land and sea are catered for: you name it and the hotel will help
you organize it. Four of Hawaii's top ten golf courses are nearby including not
just one, but two championship golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus so
golfers need look no further for recreation. There's plenty of choice for
shoppers too with two malls less than a mile away and a further six shopping
villages, marketplaces and centers within ten miles of the resort. Film buffs
will love touring the many movie locations - Jurassic Park and Raiders of the
Lost Ark are just two of a long list.
With so much to offer and such a warm Hawaiian welcome the
Radisson Kauai Beach Resort will make you fall in love with tropical islands
all over again!