Vacation at Princeville Resort and Sheraton Kauai Resort With Assurance

KAUAI, Hawaii, March 28 /PRNewswire/ — In response to inquiries about the state of Kauai and its businesses following heavy rains, Princeville Resort and Sheraton Kauai Resort join with state officials in saying “E Komo Mai (welcome) to Kauai.”

Princeville Resort and Sheraton Kauai Resort flank Kauai’s north and south shores respectively, and are Starwood Hawaii’s two properties on the island. “The Princeville Resort and the Sheraton Kauai Resort are open for business and are welcoming visitors,” stated Keith Vieira, senior vice president and director of operations for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Hawaii and French Polynesia. “We want to reassure our guests and the public that our Kauai hotel properties continue to provide the exceptional service they are known for.”

Kauai, also known as “Hawaii’s Island of Discovery,” beckons visitors to venture out and explore the many natural offerings of the island. “Kauai’s airport, its harbor, and businesses are open and ready to accept our visitors in the same way they have always been. Kauai’s aloha spirit remains intact and the island is green and beautiful,” said Kauai mayor Bryan Baptiste. In a March 22nd news release by the Kauai Visitors Bureau, executive director Sue Kanoho echoed the mayor’s sentiments stating that visitors can book a Kauai vacation in the weeks and months to come with certainty knowing that the island will be as beautiful as ever.

Both Princeville Resort and Sheraton Kauai Resort have all services and facilities available to guests, including the beaches and pools. Roads to and from the resort properties are open and accessible. “We have received inquiries related to the unusual rainfall the island has experienced in March,” said Kelly Hoen, general manager of the Princeville Resort. “The hotel has suffered no damage and is fully operational with all services and activities currently available,” she concluded. Angela Vento, general manager of Sheraton Kauai Resort, stated, “Our property encountered minor water damage, but nothing that would affect the guests’ experience in any way. It is business as usual with guests enjoying the beach and pools … and bookings for our oceanfront luau and activities are strong.”

The luxurious Princeville Resort offers four restaurants and lounges, meeting and banquet facilities, an infinity designed swimming pool, beach and water sports activities and fitness center. Located on world-famous Poipu Beach, Sheraton Kauai Resort is a deluxe, low rise, Hawaiian haven with two swimming pools, three restaurants, nightly sunset maitai reception, and home of Kauai’s only oceanfront luau. Princeville Resort and Sheraton Kauai Resort are members of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Hawaii, which include eleven properties across Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island of Hawaii. For more information on any of Starwood Hawaii’s properties, visit or call 1-888-488-3535.

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