Posted by: kauaikolea2 | August 29, 2012

What Are You Doin’ New Year’s Eve? Events on Coconut Coast

You probably are not thinking New Year’s Eve just yet, but a quick trip to almost any store suggests that the fall and winter holidays are already in full merchandising swing.  To paraphrase an old Jazz tune, it may be too early in the game for some, but what are you doing New Year’s Eve?

Actually, it is not too early to plan your autumnal and winter vacations, and we would like to suggest a trip to Kaua’i.  Always magical, always relaxing, Kaua’i is a “must-see” destination. Great beaches, puka shell hunting, incredible waterfalls, lush greenery, world-class dining — Kaua’i is all these things and more.

Maybe you have plans for New Year’s Eve, so consider these events for the last waning months of 2012.  As always, our beautiful condo hotel rooms are located on the east side (Coconut Coast) of Kaua’i, minutes from Lihue Airport and conveniently located for destinations north, south, and west.  We offer a variety of accommodations from king-size to full beds, first floor to third floor.  All our condo hotel units feature free high-speed WiFi, spa towels and robes, luxury linens, meticulous housekeeping, personalized gift bag on arrival, and absolutely no hidden (resort, amenity, etc) fees.

Many vacationers have already booked their holiday stays, so we advise you to make your reservations soon.

Click the links below to reserve your Kauai vacation rental condo and experience the vacation of a lifetime at or 1 855 HULA NOW:

Condo 111: Garden View, ground floor, 2 double beds

Condo 170: Ocean View, ground floor, 2 double beds

Condo 250: Oceanfront, 2nd floor, beach view with king bed

Condo 361: Ocean view, 3rd floor, with ocean view with king bed

As for events, a few popular ones, beyond New Year’s Eve, close to our condo hotel units include:

The Coconut Festival: October 6  and 7, Kapa’a; donation admission; all things coconut

Veterans’ Day: November 10 and 11, Kapa’a; free; Kaua’i’s largest parade

Kapa’a Turkey Trot: November 22, Kapa’a; walk or run various distances dressed like a turkey (if you dare!)

Festival of Lights: starts December  7 and continues through the month; Lihue

These events are just a small sample of the many interesting cultural, charitable, and athletic events that occur throughout the year on Kaua’i.  We would be delighted to learn of your favorite event, too, so just send us a comment.

Wishing you warm Aloha!


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