indulge in luxury.
Whether you want to relieve stress and tension or renew your youthful radiance,
you can definitely benefit from a day at a beautifully appointed world-ranked
spa. Choose a treatment unique to Hawai‘i like lomilomi massage or the usage
of local botanicals like taro and organic seaweed to rejuvenate your senses with
a tropical escapade—your body will thank you. Halele‘a Spa (808) 826-9644.
Kaua‘i is gifted with extraordinary beauty with lush
rainforests, dramatic cliffs, azure sea and the fairest
of fairways for your viewing pleasure. And with world-renowned designers like Jack Nicklaus and Robert Trent
Jones, Jr., you will be challenged on well thought out
courses with nature’s sheer splendor ready to distract you
on every shot. For tee times, call Kauai Lagoons Golf Club
(808) 241-6000, Makai Golf Club (808) 826-1912 and the
Prince Course (808) 826-5001.
get happy. Pau hana (pow hawn-ah) means “done work” or happy hour consequently. In
Hawai‘i, we take pau hana very seriously since it means it’s time to chillax. Nalu Kai Grill & Bar and
The St. Regis Bar offer insane views of Hanalei Bay and Makana Mountain and is the place to be for
happy hour and sunset. Relaxed vibe, sublime scenery, great service, tropical libations—what more
do you need to be happy? Cheers! Rainbows are complimentary.
make a lei.
Giving or wearing a lei made of
sweetly scented flora is a beautiful
Hawaiian tradition you can share
with loved ones when you return
home. Give it as a lovely gift on
special occasions like birthdays,
graduations and anniversaries and
spread the aloha from the Islands.
The St. Regis Princeville Resort
offers a complimentary lei-making
workshop in the afternoons by the
picnic in paradise. Have a lovely basket packed with food that is easy to eat and fun to share like fruits, cheeses, bread, peeled shrimp and beverage of choice. Pack your favorites on your own or ask the hotel to pack it for you and take it to a nearby beach. Food becomes as sensual as the ocean view and the sound of the surf. Great spots for a picnic and a sunset: Hanalei Bay, Polihale and Po‘ipü.
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