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Places to Stay in Hanapepe and Koke‘e, Kaua‘i

Places to stay on Kaua‘i’s west side are somewhat limited, as the area is perhaps the least-busy locale on the island, though sometimes this means your accommodations are a little more unique, too. There are also some of the best places to camp, both along the ocean and up in the mountains.

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Where to Stay in Kilauea, Kaua‘i

Large hotels and condominiums are absent in the lush jungle area of Kilauea. Accommodations here are limited to vacation rentals and small cottages, which is a good thing in hopes of maintaining the country feel.

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Where to Stay in Wailua, Kaua‘i for Under $200 a Night

For frequently less than $200 a night there are some truly lovely places to stay in Wailua, Kaua‘i. You’ll find cottages, suites, and a few hotels offering a range of amenities from full kitchens and laundry to private lanai and beach gear, and some special treats like personalized gift baskets and home-cooked meals delivered to your door.

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B&Bs and Vacation Rentals on Lana‘i

To experience Lana‘i from a more local perspective, consider one of the bed and breakfasts or vacation rental options scattered throughout Lana‘i City. These are also a great option if you’re traveling with a larger group.

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Moon Guides Author Spotlight

Elizabeth Linhart Veneman

Elizabeth Linhart Veneman has always viewed growing up in Northern California as both a blessing and curse. There is so much to see, do, and experience all within a short drive—from broad sequoias in the Sierras to ancient lava beds north of Mount Shasta, from creaky Gold Rush towns to the pampering Wine Country—that she began to wonder why anyone would ever leave.

Elizabeth was eventually lured out of the Golden State to Alaska’s far north, where she traveled the Inside Passage, baked bread under the midnight sun in Denali National Park, and chronicled the state’s burgeoning sustainable agriculture for Alaska Magazine. These adventures culminated in penning the travel guide InsightGuides: Alaska.

But Elizabeth knew her California roots were too deep to stay away for long. Raised in Carmel, where her great-great grandmother opened the first restaurant (a soup kitchen with dirt floors!) at the turn of the 20th century, she would always call California home. So she returned and devoted herself to writing about the state she loves most. Her work has included the travel guides SmartGuide: San Francisco and InsightGuides: San Francisco, as well as reporting on food and sustainable agriculture for local publications.

Elizabeth Linhart Veneman is the author of several Moon travel guides, including Moon California and Moon Napa & Sonoma.