We have opted to stay in private accomodations on Maui and Kauai. We would like to visit the beautiful resorts, such as Princeville, Grand Wailea and Kea Lani. Can anyone share "legal" ways we can do this, either by eating at their restaurants, or other activities available to non-residents. I read that the Princeville Luau is the only beach-front luau on Kauai and it sounds nice. Has anyone attended this luau and how does it compare to the Old Lahaina luau?
Princeville Resort Luau?
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