Ko’a Kea stands on Poipu Beach, one of the finest on the southern coast of Kuau’i – offering you a symphony of warm sea, soft sand and fresh seafood.
If you believe a holiday is about combining relaxation with indulgence, the southern coast of Kuau’i Island holds a special promise. It is here that you’ll discover Poipu Beach – prized for its fine sand, warm swimmable waters and a resort called Ko’a Kea.
Upscale yet welcoming, beach-focussed yet offering a range of activities, Ko’a Kea is a perfect place to stay on your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Hawaii. Not least because of its cuisine that revolves around fresh seafood and indigenous Hawaiian produce. Of course a multitude of activities is also available: the challenging golf course, the water sports that range from scuba diving to surfing, and options that include cultural trips and scenic helicopter flights, biking, hiking, zip lining and horse riding. You can even visit a volcano or go whale watching.
Ko’a Kea Hotel and Resort, at a glance
- Superb hotel and resort standing on Poipu - one of the island’s most swimmable beaches
- Choice of 121 guest rooms and suites with décor designed to reflect the natural beauty of Kuau’i and the ocean
- Floor-to-ceiling windows giving dramatic views over the sea or the rich tropical gardens
- Spacious terraces or balconies for sitting and admiring the vistas
- Designer en suite bathrooms
- Red Salt Restaurant specialising in fresh seafood and indigenous Hawaiian produce as well as international dishes, plus a relaxed pool bar
For leisure and pleasure
- Saltwater swimming pool with sun decks and whirlpool
- Spa in an oceanfront setting, offering five treatment rooms and a wide menu of rituals and therapies, including traditional Hawaiian healing practices
- Water sports centre for scuba diving, snorkelling, kayaking, surfing and sailing
- Reputedly one of the island’s best golf courses
- Zip lining, biking and hiking
- Horse riding
- Whale watching and sports fishing
- Scenic helicopter tours
- Cultural tips to botanical gardens, museums and Waialeale – the island’s main volcano