Timbers Kaua’i is the perfect luxury outpost for couples, families and adventurers


It seems like everyone is heading back to the Hawaiian Islands these days, which means it’s harder than ever to delineate an oasis of calm – but our recent discovery of Timbers Kaua’i Ocean Club & Residences puts the serene luxury back on the agenda, front and center.

Although I’ve long known Timbers’ calling card as hosting ultra-luxury experiences in some of the world’s most beautiful locations, I had never visited the Kaua’i property, which is just minutes away. from Lihue Airport and yet worlds away from the busy tourist areas in either direction. Entering the field honestly felt like arriving in a hidden paradise in an ordinary site.

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We arrived quite late, as our flight had been delayed, but we were nevertheless greeted by welcoming staff with necklaces and cold drinks in hand, and they quickly located us so that we could all get into bed. Because it was pitch dark when we arrived at our three bedroom beachfront villa, we could hear the ocean but couldn’t see it – imagine the thrill of waking up to the view of Kuki’i Point (where a scene from jurassic park was filmed during a live storm!) and enjoying a coffee on the huge veranda. We also had a corner unit with a view of the Ninini Point Lighthouse.

Timbers Kaua’i offers short stays and buying opportunities on both whole and fractional levels. We have stayed at the Hōkūala Beachfront Residences, which range from two to four bedrooms, all with spectacular ocean views and three private verandas, and are built for privacy and the ultimate in comfort and convenience. convenience, with full chef’s kitchens (grocery services available), a world-class golf course, farm-to-table restaurant, two pools, and a full-service spa. Other groupings of houses include Kaiholo, Maliula and Laola (row houses).

The property is just as conducive to a romantic couple’s getaway as it is to a faraway family adventure. Everything you need for biking, snorkeling and paddle boarding is available for free hire, and the staff will be happy to point you in the right direction for the best swimming beaches (or whatever). you might search).

The onsite restaurant is another hidden gem. Chef Zach Cummings runs the kitchen at Hualani’s, where he offers locally inspired menus, some of which are derived from produce from the property’s 16-acre organic garden.

Speaking of which, the 16-acre organic farm in Hōkūala is overseen by Samuel Selindh, who, along with Farm Activities Coordinator Roni Marco, gave us a full tour of the lush and diverse grounds.

Whether you’re looking to get away to Kaua’i for a week or buy real estate for years to come, Timbers Kaua’i should be at the top of your list as it cleverly combines tranquility with adventure and fun. privacy with easy access. to all that Garden Isle has to offer.



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