Whether it’s amazing flora like these hibiscus blooms, or
an Albatross chick in all its youthful plumage,
snorkelling to spot the majestic sea turtle,
exploring sea cliffs,
hiking Waimea Canyon – the Grand Canyon of the Pacific – or just driving up to the top to see the incredible vistas, or wandering around or surfing at picturesque Hanalei
this amazing timeshare condo puts you in the heart of the oldest (in geological terms) of the accessible Hawaiian Islands.
Kauai has 111 miles of coastline AND 50 MILES of that coastline are world class beaches.
With only 70,000 residents, Kauai is the least densely populated of the islands. That is a huge bonus if your idea of vacation includes quiet, restful beaches in a relaxed atmosphere.
On Kauai we own one unit in Wyndham’s Bali Hai Villas. Two of the important advantages of owning a Wyndham Plus unit:
So we often use our Bali Hai unit to trade for a larger unit and for 4 more days in another Wyndham Plus resort ½ km away. That’s just one example of the excellent trading power of this Bali Hai unit that you can buy.
Both these resorts are within easy walking distance to the incredible St. Regis Princeville Hotel a great place for morning coffee on one of their public lanais overlooking Hanalei Bay, or for brunch on the Makana Terrace.
You can also use it to exchange to some wonderful Wyndham timeshare resorts on the Big Island.
The 1 week every two years’ timeshare we own is in Princeville on the Island of Kauai. The resort is called Bali Hai Villas. Our 2-bedroom unit is 1149 square feet. Pictures, and unit and resort details can be seen here.
is the floor plan:
About ½ km away is Makai Club Cottages, another Wyndham Plus Resort, smaller and consequently less “busy”. Although it has fewer pools and other amenities we like its laid back pace. We just used our 1 week at Bali Hai to trade for a much larger standalone “cottage” (1526 square feet – almost 400 sq ft larger) at Makai Club Cottages for 11 days. Because it is standalone we get through airflow on all 4 exterior walls. And the complex/resort is fewer units and on a golf course. The two bedrooms are separated by the dining room and entrance hall plus the living room.
We purchased this bi-annual timeshare condo unit in Bali Hai Villas about 8 years ago for $24,000 US. That was the price for a new unit then. Today, buying a new bi-annual week in Bali Hai would cost you about $35,000 US.
At $10,000 Canadian this is a steal. So if you want a timeshare in a top-level resort in Hawaii this is the deal for you.
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