The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas is located on Kauai's breathtakingly beautiful North Shore. The resort is situated in a picturesque tropical setting with a backdrop of the majestic mountains of Namolokama and Makana and the inspiring Pacific Ocean. The resort is also only a few miles from the picturesque Hanalei Bay and world-famous Napali Coast. Retreat, relax and restore your mind, body and spirit at Hawaii's most magical place.
In the heart of nature's most extravagant beauty, Princeville can launch the dreams of a lifetime.
Whether it's your first time to Kauai or you're simply looking for a refreshing new adventure, let our knowledgeable concierge help plan your tropical escape. Visit Kauai Activity Planner for more information.
Popular local attractions include:
The Kauai Museum is the cultural Sanctuary for the art and artifacts of Native Hawaiians and it nurtures the creative spirit of today's artists.
Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge
A habitat for native Hawaiian wildlife, the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge is a great place to see a variety of bird species, dolphins, green sea turtles, monk seals and exotic flora and fauna.
This garden encompasses 1,000 acres of lush Hawaiian valley and was selected by the American Horticultural Society in 1997 as the best natural botanical garden in the United States.
Moir Gardens includes more than 3,000 varieties of tropical flowers, trees and plants as well as a lagoon and several ponds.
Find shadowy mountains, lush valleys and spectacular coastlines along a string of one-lane bridges.
NaAina Kai Botanical Gardens
Na`Aina Kai, "Lands by the Sea" in Hawaiian, is ever-evolving and unique among the world's botanical gardens. Spanning 240 acres, Na 'Aina Kai is a living mosaic of 13 diverse and bounteous gardens, a hardwood plantation, a moss- and fern-draped canyon, and a pristine sandy beach, stretching between a meadow and the aquamarine waters of the Pacific. Gracing the gardens and wild areas throughout this once-private estate are more than 70 bronze sculptures, one of the nation's largest collections.
Wai'oil Hui'ia Church
The Wai`oli Mission was established by American Christian Missionaries in 1834. Deborah Kapule, the dowager Queen of Kaua`i and an earnest convert, assisted in establishing the Mission. Governor Kaikioewa of Kaua`i provided the land, and encouraged the Mission in many ways. The Wai`oli Church grew under the guidance of Hawaiian ministers. By 1945 the Anini Church and the Haena Church had joined with the Wai`oli Church to form the Wai`oli Hui`ia Church.