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Regency Villas Kauai

Updated on September 2, 2007

Regency Villas Kauai

I stayed in a condo with four other people. We had a dining room, kitchen, living room, two bathrooms, two bedrooms, and two balconies. The dining room had a table with six chairs. The living room had two couches, a chair, coffee table, two end tables, and an entertainment center. The entertainment center includes a television with cable television and a DVD/VHS player, but our DVD player was broken. Each bathroom had four towels, three bars of soap, and one small bottle of shampoo/conditioner for the week. I suggest that you bring your own shampoo, unless you are only washing your hair a maximum of three times. One bedroom had two twin beds, a chair, a closet, and two dressers. The other bedroom had a queen-size bed, a chair, a closet, and two dressers. Both decks had a table with two chairs. One deck is in the front of the condo off the living room, and the other is off the back bedroom.

The most important room in the condo is the kitchen, in my opinion. After spending the day out at the beach, it was much easier to have the option to make dinner and eat at the condo rather than having to go out to eat. Also, it tends to be much cheaper. The kitchen has a fridge, microwave, stove, and oven. It is also equipped with all the pots, pans, plates, silverware, and other basic utensils needed for cooking, including Tupperware for storing leftovers. Also available for cooking is a grill a short distance from the condo.

The condo is a near a pool with a spa. To get into the pool area you need to use a key provided in the condo. Beware of getting stuck in the area, as you need the key to get in and out. We found that our key was very hard to use to get in and out and also discovered that most other people staying in the villas had the same problem.

Conveniently, there is a walking/bike path that leads to Brennecke Beach. I do not recommend trying to walk to the beach on the main roads, as there are no sidewalks and it makes the trip twice as long.

They are located at the intersection of Poipu Rd. and Pe'e Rd.

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