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Ritz-Carlton Kapalua

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This luxury hotel of classic distinction is comfortably perched above the Pacific Ocean. Casually elegant in style and relaxed in spirit, this fabulous five-star resort embodies the essence of Hawaii. The luxuries of an elegant private villa, an attentive staff, and lovely surroundings await you.

Nestled into the hilllside in the heart of pineapple plantation, The Ritz-Carlton is part of the 1,500 acre Kapalua resort, a secluded enclave famous for its preservation and nurturing of the island's beauty. Surrounded by century-old Cook Pines and Ironwood trees, the resort is protected from the outside world by the boundaries of ocean and mountains. Peacefully secluded, The Ritz-Carlton commands unobstructed views of the coastline from nearly every room.

 

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I stayed here in 2004 for two nights and then stayed at the Princeville in Kauai for the rest of my trip. If anyone has questions please let me know. This was by far the nicest place I have ever stayed and would definitely recommend it.

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My FI and I stayed there earlier this year...they just went under a $100 million dollar renovation.

 

Let me know if you have any questions...

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Girls,

 

FI and I are thinking of staying her for part of our HM - do you know anything about the Villas? Also, when you stayed, what room category did you stay in and did you have views of the ocean?

thanks!!! xoxo

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Girls,

FI and I are thinking of staying her for part of our HM - do you know anything about the Villas? Also, when you stayed, what room category did you stay in and did you have views of the ocean?
thanks!!! xoxo
Alyssa,

I was very disappointed with the rooms...BUT this was before the rennovation. The rooms were so 80's...I am sure it is 100% better now!

We had a great view of the ocean and were on the top floor. The grounds were magnificent. The pool was awesome!

Kapalua has great restaurants like Sansei (the best sushi ever)! Also there is a great little breakfast shop down the road (cheap and great!)

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My fiance and I stayed there last April and it was 100% improved. The rooms were gorgeous, spacious, and every detail was top notch. The grounds are beautiful and the hotel has excellent access to the beach, as well as walking trails.

 

Service and food was fantastic as well. Highly recommended!

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My fiance and I are looking into the Ritz for our ceremony. We are also looking at some of the nearby restaurants for possible reception dinner locations. Does anyone have any opinions on Merrimans, Plantation House, or The Banyan Tree?

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