Accommodation in Kapaa

The beautiful town of Kapaa stretches from the mountain to the sea, boasting diverse landscape as well as a large number of mid-range hotels, resorts and condos as well as shopping centers and restaurants.

The famous “Sleeping Giant”, Nounou Mountain looks over the town. Besides a number of accommodation and restaurants this town also has the largest pineapple fields on Kauai as well as sugar cane fields.

Kinipopo Shopping Village offers a variety of fun shops and eateries. It also has a water sports shop that carries everything you need to purchase or rent for a water adventure. You can also arrange for water skiing or kayak rental in Kapaa. Aloha shirts, vintage maps, fine art and jewelry can be found as you browse at this shopping village.

Other stops include the Wailua Shopping Plaza, which houses several restaurants and an eclectic antique shop, and the Coconut Marketplace, with dozens of shops in which you’ll find Hawaiian mementos, fine artwork, antiques, jewelry and craft items. Find the perfect, made in Hawaii keepsake on your trip to Kapaa.

Agriculture was a major industry in Kapaʻa throughout most of the 19th and 20th centuries. The town had sugar cane fields and the largest pineapple fields on Kauai. A pineapple cannery was located where the condominiums of the Pono Kai Resort now stand.