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Experience an Award-Winning Destination at the Kauai Marriott Resort

USA Today, TripAdvisor and The New York Times Feature Hawaiian Island

KAUAI, HI -- (Marketwired) -- 01/06/14 -- The experts have spoken, and when it comes to romance, natural beauty and a destination that still carries some feeling of discovery, Kauai is a top pick for travelers around the world. Those wanting to experience this award-winning destination will find the perfect place the stay at the Kauai Marriott Resort.

Readers of 10Best and USA Today chose Kauai as the Best Anniversary Trip, beating out Sedona and Santorini. Votes were collected over a 4-week period, and the island's sunshine and scenery made it a winner. Guests of luxury hotels in Kauai can explore "unharnessed natural beauty... pristine beaches and majestic cliffs," according to the site, which also states that the "romance factor is undeniable."

One doesn't have to be celebrating an anniversary or honeymoon to stay at this Kauai beach hotel. TripAdvisor's Travelers' Choice 2013 ranked Kauai no. 2 on its Top 10 Islands list. The island is "the least commercially developed of the Hawaiian islands," the site says, and offers everything from waterfalls and scenic drives to more than 60 beaches and hiking.

In early December 2013, The New York Times travel section featured Kauai in its popular 36 Hours In... series. The article takes travelers around the island's hidden highlights, touching on the wide variety of options for discovering the arts, hiking, history and outdoor adventure. Plus, there are plenty of options for dining on local favorites. The write-up is the perfect starting point for guests of this Kauai family hotel who are looking for an overview of local experiences.

About the Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club
Set on 800 beachfront acres, the Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club is the perfect setting for a family vacation, a corporate retreat or a romantic getaway. Located on Garden Isle and fronting Kalapaki Bay, this Kauai golf resort is just steps from beautiful Kalapaki Beach and offers plenty of opportunities for recreation and relaxation. Guests can relax at the largest single-level pool in the state, spend a day on the green at the 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed Kauai Lagoons Golf Club, maintain a workout routine at the fitness center or indulge in some pampering at the Alexander Spa and Salon. Kids ages 5 to 12 are catered to with Kalapaki Kids Club, offering arts, crafts and games. After a day of activities, relax in a spacious guest room featuring pool, ocean or beach views; luxurious linens; minifridge; high-speed Internet access; his-and-hers robes and slippers and a coffee/tea maker. The Kauai, Hawaii resort's restaurants take advantage of the hotel's location, all offering ocean views. Enjoy Italian at Café Portofino, sushi at Toro Tei and Pacific Rim with live music at Kukui's on Kalapaki Beach. The resort is perfect for weddings, meetings and celebrations, and offers 20,000 square feet of event space.

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Kauai Marriott Resort
Kalapaki Beach
3610 Rice Street
Lihue - Kauai, Hawaii 96766
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