This is the most beautiful spot on earth; we wish everyone could have the chance to visit and experience the culture and beauty here
Hanalei, HI (PRWEB) December 2, 2009
Hanalei Inn, offering Hanalei rentals to guests visiting the island of Kauai, celebrates 50 years of embracing and sharing the local spirit of Hanalei Kauai.
Travelers looking to visit Hawaii during 2010 will find affordable rates at this remote and beautiful paradise, only footsteps away from Hanalei Bay, the #1 rated beach in the USA, made famous in "South Pacific." Hanalei Inn offers a host of activities and amenities to have the full experience of Kauai's North Shore. Beautiful scenic views and an abundance of local flair and flavor, and now these special 2010 rates are reasons why travelers will want to take advantage of what Hanalei Inn has to offer when planning their next vacation.
"This is the most beautiful spot on earth; we wish everyone could have the chance to visit and experience the culture and beauty here," states Michele Kaiser, of the Kaiser family, who has owned and operated the Hanalei Inn since 1992.
The Hanalei Inn is an oasis for guests to come relax and rejuvenate. The rooms offer a full kitchen, queen beds, air conditioning, wireless internet, cable, and much more. The inn sits just one block from Hanalei Bay, where guests can enjoy views of the mountainside and waterfalls. Hanalei Inn also has an outdoor lanai for guests, which is surrounded with Hawaiian tropical gardens and native fruit trees.
For activities in Hanalei Kauai, Hanalei Bay offers surfing, fishing, kayaking, and more. Guests also enjoy hiking along the Kalalau Trail. Activity booths are close by in the town that offer discounts for many local activities to those staying in hotels on Kauai.
2010 marks the half century point for Hanalei Inn and Hanalei rentals are available to help guests come celebrate and take advantage of promotional rates. Call or visit Hanalei Inn for more details or to book a stay.
About Hanalei Inn:
The Kaiser family acquired the Hanalei Inn after Hurricane Iniki in 1992. They have strived to retain the local flair of the hotel and keep as much original "Hawaiian Style" as possible. Bill Glaus, Resident Manager of the Hanalei Inn, keeps the property pristinely tidy and cares for the individual units. He is also an area expert ready to offer sightseeing tips and information about the island to Hanalei guests.