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This gorgeous resort area was named after Prince Albert, the son of King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma, who died in 1862 at the age of four. Each year in May there is a celebration in his memory with concerts of Hawaiian and classical music and even a child's hula recital. The area is renowned for its ocean bluff condominiums, full-service resort hotels and spas, world-class golf courses, excellent shopping and international restaurants. There is even a commuter airport nearby.
A beautiful, Roman fountain graces the entrance to the Princeville Hotel.
Every amenity imaginable is available in Princeville.
Great golfing is available at the Makai Course and the Prince Course.
Numerous resort hotels and vacation condominiums are available.
The Princeville Shopping Center is centrally located.
Great beaches: Pu'u Poa and Hideaways
Unusual and delightful pools: Queen's Bath
Take Highway 56, Kuhio Highway, west from Kilauea across the North Shore of Kauai. Just past Mile Marker #27 turn right on Ka Haku Road to enter the planned resort community of Princeville.