Princeville – Mauna Kai Blog

If you have a large family, then you know that it costs quite a bit of money to go on vacation. From your food budget to simply finding beds for everyone, it’s going to cost, especially if you vacation in Hawaii, right? After all, a basic Hawaiian hotel room will run you $200 a night, and if you have a big family, you’ll need at least two rooms.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can house a family of 6 for only $1050/week at Mauna Kai 12 and you’ll have plenty of space to spread out.

Mauna Kai 12 is great because it has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, so there should be no fighting over showers and toilets in the mornings. Plus, with lofted ceilings, a large family room, and a beautiful covered lanai with ceiling fans, you’ll have plenty of space during the day to hang out and live.

When you’re not out and about on our beautiful island, you can eat meals as a family in the nice dining area, cooking those meals in the fully-equipped kitchen or getting take-out from one of the many wonderful restaurants in Princeville. You can watch TV or movies using the CD/DVD/VCR player. You can read emails and catch up on work with high speed internet. Or you can find a quiet corner and curl up with a book.

But why stay inside? Mauna Kai 12 is located in the coveted Princeville resort area of Kauai. Not only is this a great neighborhood with beautiful homes, but you’re in the hot spot of the North Shore! There are beaches, hiking trails, horses to ride, equipment rental places, waterfalls, tennis courts, fishing spots, and more. You can use the beach towels, chairs, and pool floaties and walk 10 short minutes to the Anini Beach. Or you can dive into the Mauna Kai community pool. There are shops, restaurants, a children’s park and more, all within walking distance of this house.

So if you want to take a nice vacation with your big family, don’t fret the cost of accommodations. Simply call and find out more about Mauna Kai 12. It’s a great house and you’ll be glad you stayed here.

If you are planning on stay on the north side of the island to avoid any construction traffic, then I have a few ideas for you about where to stay. I highly recommend a vacation rental, like Mauna Kai 8A, because they end up being cheaper than hotels and provide you with privacy, your own kitchen, and a lot more freedom.

Mauna Kai is a series of condos in Princeville where tourists can come and stay the week for around $1000. If you are bringing your entire family or vacationing with another couple, this seven day stay will cost you far less than a couple of hotel rooms. Plus, you get a fully furnished home away from home to use while you’re here and free wireless internet for your computers.

I personally like condo 8A in the Mauna Kai series because there are two bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus a sofa bed for extra bodies. Two bedrooms provide enough space for a family or two separate couples vacationing together. And two bathrooms means that no one will ever have to fight over bathroom time during your stay. The beds are soft and comfortable, and the bathrooms both have showers as well as the typical bathroom accommodations.

The living areas are also nice and arranged to provide an open feel. The kitchen has a lot of counter space, so cooking any meal is easy. Plus, it is fully equipped with everything you’ll need to make food at home. The living room and dining room have both been decorated to be modern but comfortable, giving enough space for all visitors to the house. And there is a lanai with seating for everyone and a working BBQ for grilling up fish or steaks.

The condo is nestled into a lush, tropical landscape, so you will be reminded of the beauty of the Garden Isle whenever you peer out a window. And since the condo is located in Princeville, you have quick access to beautiful beaches, shopping centers, great restaurants, luaus, and any number of fun activities. You won’t have to travel far to experience the best that Kauai has to offer.