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Excellent snorkeling

Great spot to snorkel or just hang on the beach. Plenty of low lying trees to dip into when the... read more

Reviewed 24 April 2018
craigsd619
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San Diego, California
Great limited access beach with awesome views

This is a public beach to the west of the St Regis beach and Hanalei Bay Resort beach access trail... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2018
Andy L
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Allen, Texas
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Reviewed 24 April 2018

Great spot to snorkel or just hang on the beach. Plenty of low lying trees to dip into when the rains come for a brief moment. Love the coastline here.

Thank craigsd619
Reviewed 19 April 2018 via mobile

This is a public beach to the west of the St Regis beach and Hanalei Bay Resort beach access trail. Nice views all day long especially sunsets. Great privacy the farther west you go. Eventually you will run into an outcropping of rocks. Before this...More

Thank Andy L
Reviewed 14 March 2018

The trail is a little tricky to be sure. Lots of surfers taking advantage while we were visiting plus some sunbathers too. It's very pretty and there looked to be some decent snorkeling as well.

2  Thank 120Inge120
Reviewed 4 March 2018

If you are fortunate to find parking at the top (there are about 8 spots of free parking), you are in luck. The trail down is next to the St Regis entrance/guard hut, and is well marked. Many steps to the bottom! But well maintained...More

2  Thank WinecountryMartha
Reviewed 7 September 2017

This beach is a little gem but has several problems. There is almost no place to park near the entrance and legal parking is a LONG ways away. Once at the entrance you are faced with going down a steep slope on an old and...More

2  Thank zinmanfred
Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

This is a public access walk to the Pu'u Poa Beach. It's very doable. Carry water if it's hot. It was a side trip during my early am run. A very splendid side trip. The little shelter is for the St.Regis guests to call for...More

Thank nyc262
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

This tiny little beach on Hanalei Bay is mostly visited by hotel guests of St Regis (directly connected to beach at pool) or Hanalei Bay Resort (which shuttles guests up and down by golf cart or via rainforest like walking path) - there is public...More

1  Thank YoungTravelerTX
Reviewed 27 July 2017 via mobile

Staying in a rental house 2miles away, so I rode a bike down and found it quite easily. I locked the bike up at the top of the stairs as the walkway down has several flights of stairs. Beautiful small beach with both sunny and...More

Thank CinciPatron
Reviewed 12 June 2017

We loved this beach, we accessed it from the St. Regis Hotel. The hotel is very lovely, free valet parking! So we went there for special meals and cocktail by the beach as well. Amazing sunsets!

Thank Deniseka
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

Beautiful picturesque overlooking Hanalei bay. Good shade and some reef to swim. Can rent paddle boards or kayaks. Princeville hotel right behind for expensive drinks and food. Hard to access unless you are staying near by.

Thank ColoradoPhil057
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FolsomLake
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Honu Rd is private back entrance to St Regis for garbage trucks and maintenance vehicles. Locked gate at end of Old Hanalei Plantation Rd. You can walk down old Club Med property, it has public access walkway. no... More
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