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This was our third time at the Islander--we find it comfortable and cozy. Our 2nd floor ocean-front unit was rented from a private owner and was beautifully furnished with a super king-sized bed.
The only negative comment we had was the slight musty odor when...More
My wife and I stayed here for 4 nights on vacation. The longer we stayed, the more we realized the hotel has the same atmosphere and personality as the island of Kauai. Not all the amenities and activities of our favorite Maui hotel, but nice...More
We booked this hotel because of the location and i had been there twice before and was very happy with it. This time was no different. We arrived in the evening and we checked in very fast , the clerk told us we had been...More
Centrally located on the island making it easy to explore north shore one day and south shore the next. Our garden view room still had a perfect view of the ocean. Trees bar and restaurant is just steps from your room. They had a great...More
I was on Kauai for business and the company gave me a choice of hotels as long at it fit the budget. I took a shot at the Aston Islander on the Beach in Kapa'a. First thing I noticed in the room was the bed...More
There are at least 3 places close by that rent snorkels and masks by the day or week. One is in the building right to the west side of the Hotel entry. Prices very reasonable - especially by the week. You can get bikes that... More
There are at least 3 places close by that rent snorkels and masks by the day or week. One is in the building right to the west side of the Hotel entry. Prices very reasonable - especially by the week. You can get bikes that way too and that's a great way to get around on the East side of the Island. You can rent Kayaks too. Cost is a few dollars a day depending on the type you rent. Go Snooba diving. There's a place on the South side where you use snorkel gear but have a tank follow you on the surface. (And a trained diver.) Doesn't require training and you can get down 15' and stay down. Highly recommend it if you like to dive but aren't trained in Scuba. Cost about $75 per hour per person.