Princeville is a vibrant, resort community overlooking the blue Pacific Ocean. Named in honor of Prince Albert Kamehameha, Princeville, provides visitors with modern-day amenities complimented by the Aloha Spirit. 

 

Once a sugar plantation, then cattle ranch, the sprawling 9,000 acres (3,642 ha) is now home to an acclaimed golf course, shopping center, and walking/jogging paths.

 

Guests of all ages have their pick from an abundance of outdoor activities. Tee off on the Makai Golf Course, featuring ocean-front holes designed by Mr. Robert Trent Jones, Jr.; or play disc golf on the 18-hole Championship Mauka Disc Golf Course. For those wanting to enjoy the views but not the golf, take a relaxing, late afternoon Sunset Golf Cart tour.

 

Stroll, jog, or bicycle on the 2 mile (3.4 km) walking path that spans from the entrance of Princeville to the elegant Princeville Resort Hotel (formerly the St. Regis). On the trail you’ll see wildlife like the Nene (Hawaiian goose and the state bird), Laysan albatrosses (during the winter and spring months), and even, free-roaming roosters, hens, and baby chicks.

 

The Princeville Center offers dining, shopping, and a variety of services. Food choices range from a grocery store featuring a deli, to food court fare, to restaurants featuring extensive wine lists and full bar. Shoppers and browsers alike can visit an assortment of stores and kiosks. Yoga/fitness classes and hair salons, as well as business services, such as a post office and banks can also be found at the Center.

 

Local artists provide nightly entertainment at several venues. Listen to the sounds of a ukulele being played at the Princeville Center food court; take in a slack key guitar concert at the community center; or relax to the live music at Happy Talk Restaurant & Lounge.


Your sanctuary can be found on the north shore of Kaua'i, in a place called Princeville.