Aloha,

What a stunning place Kauai is...

Bypass the main island of Hawaii and take yourself off the beaten track to the small, but adventure rich island of Kauai. Honestly, the list of things to do here is endless - all while being quiet and relaxed.

The only question you need to ask yourself is which WorldMark resort?

 

  

WorldMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham Ka ‘Eo Kai

Located at the resort community in Princeville, WorldMark Ka ‘Eo Kai offers breathtaking ocean and mountain views, with amenities including an outdoor swimming pool, a children’s pool, tennis court, laundry facilities and concierge services.

Your WorldMark South Pacific Club apartments all have two bedrooms and a full kitchen, allowing a maximum occupancy of six people. They range in size from 138 to 186 square metres.

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WorldMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham Bali Hai Villas

Also positioned in the resort community of Princeville, WordMark Bali Hai Villas is adjacent to the Makai Golf Club. Take advantage of bike and boat rentals or surfing lessons locally, or stay onsite and enjoy the outdoor swimming pool, volleyball court and barbecue area.

Club rooms include one and two-bedroom apartments, all featuring kitchen facilities and ranging in size from 69 to 96 square metres.

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THINGS TO DO IN KAUAI:

1. Enjoy blissful beaches! The endless stretch of sea and sand provides unclouded water, abundant coral and wildlife - some stand out spots are Tunnels Beach, Polihale State Park and Poipu Beach

2. The Kalalau Trail - a tough hike but the view you will enjoy will make the 22-mile round trip worth the effort! Dramatic cliffs, breathtaking vistas and solitary beaches this is a must. 

3. The Grand Canyon of The Pacific, Waimea Canyon. A sight for sore eyes this place really is GRAND with colourful dips and peaks that are home to lush vegetation and towering waterfalls. 

4. Wild and raging waterfalls, Kauai is home to many! 

 


 

 


 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 

It is important to note that these new Club properties are managed by CLUB WYNDHAM® Plus, not WorldMark South Pacific Club. This means there are some key differences and reservation conditions that you will need to be aware of when making your bookings at these Club properties, including the following:

  • All bookings must be made in 7-night blocks, with arrivals and departures on Sundays only for WorldMark Bali Hai and Saturdays only for WorldMark Ka ‘Eo Kai throughout 2018.  
  • Multiple reservations can be made by each Owner to build a stay of multiples of 7 nights, however a housekeeping fee applies to each 7-night booking and a room move may be required.
  • Check-in time is 4pm and check-out time is 10am.
  • The Privileges by Wyndham program is not currently recognised at these resorts.
  • TOT (Transient Occupancy Tax) of approximately $6 to $12 USD per night (2018 rates), depending on the apartment type, needs to be paid to the resort directly on departure.  This tax is imposed by the state government in Hawaii, not dissimilar to the STT in place at Fiji.
  • The Club has acquired the use of a number of weeks at these Resorts on an on-going basis, not specific apartments as traditionally it would do so. The Resorts are locally managed and share facilities with other Wyndham Vacation Ownership clubs.

 

If you have any questions or are ready to start planning your next holiday to Hawaii please contact your Owner Services team on (AU) 1300 850 160, (NZ) 0800 050 160 or owner.services@wyn.com to log in to your WorldMark Account