Banyan Pool Closure 7/28/14 - 10/10/14
Frequently Asked Questions
Directions to Lawai Beach Resort
5017 Lawai Rd.
Koloa HI, 96756
Lawai Beach Resort is on the south shore of the Island of Kauai in Sunny Poipu. Just 14 miles from the airport and the town of Lihue, a 25-minute drive will bring you to your Home away from home.
1. Turn left onto the airport access road (Ahukini Road, Hwy 570)
and follow this road until you reach the stoplight at the junction of Kuhio Hwy (Hwy 56).
2. Turn left here and drive through the town of Lihue until you reach
another set of stoplights at the junction with Kaumualii Hwy
3. Continue onto Hwy 50 and keep on this road through the town of
Puhi, where Kauai Community College is located.
Drive approximately 6 miles along the highway until you reach a junction with a sign indicating Hwy 520 to Koloa and Poipu.
4. Turn left here, proceed through the tree tunnel and follow the road
until you reach the town of Koloa.
5. Turn right at the Koloa road junction, then left at the Chevron
station, following the signs to Poipu. Keep on this road and when you reach the roundabout, take the second exit onto Lawai Road toward the Spouting Horn direction.
6. Keep on Lawai Road until you arrive at the entrance to Lawai
Beach Resort, which is just across from the Beach House
7. Our Registration Desk is located in the Banyan Building. Turn
right at the first driveway (next to the public parking area) and the Banyan Building is on your left.
If you miss this entrance, there is a second entrance at the torch lit Lawai Beach Resort property sign between the Banyan and Alii Buildings (turn right and the Banyan will then be on your right).
Should you have any problem locating the Resort,
please call us at 240-5100. Aloha!
1st Entrance on the right
2nd Entrance on the right
Q: When can I book my reservations?
A: Owners are able to book 24 months in advance by email, fax or
regular mail. For instance, if an Owner would like to book a week in October 2016 he/she can send an email, fax or regular mail piece received by us on midnight October 1st, 2014.
Q: Why do we have to submit our reservation request in writing
(mail, fax or e-mail.)?
A: This alleviates any concerns of verbal miscommunication about
the dates you are requesting and keeps our phone lines open.
Q: What are Mahalo weeks?
A: It is inventory the Association has seized from the delinquent
owners. On January 2nd of each year, the Association has the right to seize all weeks of any owner who has not paid the current year’s maintenance fee. The Resort then rents the usage for the year to make up for the lost fees. These are made available to owners exclusively from January 2nd to January 20th at a cost of the maintenance fee of the unit type plus general excise tax. These weeks may be used at the Resort or banked with an exchange company of your choice. On January 21st, these weeks will be available to the general public at a 25% increased cost. These have always been popular for owners, making it necessary to have a drawing done. Should you be interested in obtaining an additional week, please contact our Reservations Department to be placed in the drawing.
Q: Does LBR have an internal exchange system on property?
A: No, you must go through one of the exchange companies (Hawaii
Time Share Exchange Company, Trading Places International, RCI, Interval International or San Francisco Exchange Company).
Q: How do we bank our bonus weeks?
A: Call the phone number on the back of the bonus week certificate.
A list of available items (Hair dryer, pool/beach towels and more) in the unit.
It is recommended that you rent a car during your stay. There is limited bus service available every couple of hours and there is a small grocery store within 1.5 miles. However, most of the stores, restaurants and sights of the island are spread out geographically. A taxi from the airport to the Resort is approximately $30 to $35.
Thrifty.com and Dollar.com offer special rates for
Lawai Beach Resort owners and guests.