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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

Moon author Allison Williams

Allison Williams (Moon Seattle)

Allison worked as a writer and editor in New York City for eight years. When the lure of the Northwest became impossible to ignore, she relocated to Seattle and has since realized two lifelong dreams: summiting Mount Rainier and poking sticks into the campfire without being yelled at.

She earned her MFA in creative writing at the University of Alaska Anchorage, where her fiction thesis won the Jason Wenger Award for Literary Excellence. Her journalistic work has been recognized with awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and a nomination from the City and Regional Magazine Association. As senior editor at Seattle Met magazine, she covers travel and the outdoors by hiking every trail and driving every road she can find on a map.

You can follow Allison on Twitter (@aliwill) and Instagram (@aliwill12).