Hawaii is a tropical destination on the Pacific side of the United States that is treasured by millions of travellers worldwide. Formed gradually through underwater volcanic activity, the archipelago is spread over more than 2,000 kilometres and consists of hundreds of islands. With a temperate climate all year round – ranging from 18°C to 26°C in winter and 23°C to 29°C in summer – Hawaii is a popular destination for surfing, snorkelling, diving, exploring nature and just relaxing.
Situated at the resort community in Princeville, Club Wyndham Ka Eo Kai offers breathtaking ocean and mountain views, with amenities including an outdoor swimming pool, a children’s pool, tennis court, laundry facilities and concierge services. Your Club Wyndham apartments all have two bedrooms and a full kitchen, allowing a maximum occupancy of six people. They range in size from 138 to 186 square metres.
- Resort Activities Program
- Near the Beach
- Golf Courses
- Putting Green
- Pools & Hot Tubs
- Walking & Jogging Trails
- Tennis Court
- Picnic & Barbecue Area
Reception Hours: 24 Hours
Check-in Time: 4:00pm Check-out Time: 10:00am
Pool Hours: 8:00am – 10:00pm
Transport: A rental car is highly recommended as there are limited public transportation options and most attractions and activities are not within walking distance.
*It is important to note that these new Club properties are managed by Club Wyndham, not Club Wyndham Asia. This means there are some key differences and reservation conditions that you will need to be aware of when making your bookings at these Club properties, including the following:
- All bookings must be made in 7-night blocks, with arrivals and departures on Sundays for 2019 and from 2020, check in day can be Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday only.
- Multiple reservations can be made by each Owner to build a stay of multiples of 7 nights, however a housekeeping fee applies to each 7-night booking and a room move may be required.
- TOT (Transient Occupancy Tax) of approximately $6 to $12 USD per night (2018 rates), depending on the apartment type, needs to be paid to the resort directly on departure. This tax is imposed by the state government in Hawaii, not dissimilar to the STT in place at Fiji.
Before You Go
Things To See and Do
I’ao Valley State Park
Features the Iao Needle, a 2,250-foot natural stone pinnacle, while there enjoy Kepaniwai Park and Pavillions surf break. Stroll through gardens representing Hawaii’s cultural diversity. Enjoy a picnic lunch or cook it up on one of the many charcoal grills in one of the most tranquil places on earth.