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Marriott Kauai Resort and Beach Club
3610 Rice Street
Lihue, HI 96766 US

Kauai Palms Hotel
2931 Kalena Street
Lihue, HI, 96746

Kauai Shores, An Aqua Hotel
420 Papaloa Road
Kapaa, HI 96766

17 Palms Kauai
414 Wailua Kai Street
Kapaa, HI 96766

Kauai Beach Resort
4331 Kauai Beach Dr
Lihue, HI 96766

Castle Kaha Lani
4460 Nehe Rd
Wailua (kauai), HI 96766

Plantation Hale Suites
525 Aleka Loop
Kapaa, HI 96746

Kauai Coast Resort
520 Aleka Loop
Wailua, HI 96746

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About Lihue

Lihue is the county seat of Kauai County, Hawaii. Lihue is located at 21°58'29" North, 159°21'56" West and is the second largest town on the Hawaiian island of Kauai with a population of 5,674 inhabitants. Once a sugar plantation city, Lihue has developed becoming nowadays a hub for traffic into and off of the island. Lihue is the first port of call in Kauai, being served by the Lihue Airport and by the seaport southeast of town at Nawiliwili Bay.

Lihue offers to its' visitors the advantage of being only a few minutes away from several good beaches. This city is a perfect blend of beauty and enchantment, still preserving its small town atmosphere. Lihue is surrounded by magnificent lagoons, cascading waterfalls and lush tropical settings. This city is home to a total of 139 mountain summits and peaks.

At the Kauai Museum tourists can admire an impressive collection of ancient Native Hawaiian artifacts such as poi pounders, pohaku, calabashes and tapa. Visitors can also take part in the events such as May Day Lei Day and the Christmas Craft Fair. Near Lihue is located The Ahukini State Recreation Pier a protected marine area and a very popular place for pole fishing and crab netting. This pier offers great views of the Hanama'ulu Bay.

At the Wailua River State Park visitors can enjoy hiking, kayak up the Wailua, water sky, ride a motor beat, explore, take photos, view the amazing scenery and interpret historic sites.

For the tourists interested in history and culture we recommend the Kilohana Plantation or one of Lihue's old churches. North of Lihue you can stop and admire the Wailua Falls, or if you want to avoid the crowds you can book a kayak guided tour around Kipu Falls and hike, swim, kayak up the Huleia River.