Timbers Resorts Announces New Oceanfront Resort in Kauai, Hawaii

Hokuala – A Timbers Resort. // Photo courtesy of Timbers Resorts

Timbers Resorts, an independent developer and operator of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, recently announced an expansion of its brand to KauaiThe company plans to develop and manage 450 acres on the island's southeast coast. 

Hokuala – A Timbers Resort will include a private residence club, luxury whole ownership residences, custom golf course home sites, a retail shopping village and a boutique hotel with a destination spa, multiple dining options, extensive pools and multiple wedding venues. 

The resort will offer guests golf, tennis, hiking and biking trails, beach activities, and ocean and mountain sports.


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The Jack Nicklaus Signature Course will be renovated and renamed The Ocean Course, featuring the longest continuous stretch of oceanfront golf in Hawaii. Improvements and renovation of The Ocean Course will begin in 2016.

Construction will begin immediately on the first real estate offering, Timbers Kauai - Ocean Club & Residences, a collection of luxury homes, with the first move-ins tentatively expected for mid-2017. Timbers Kauai will offer a residence club and whole ownership opportunities, amenities including the Ocean Club restaurant, pools, the Keiki Club for children, and a fitness and wellness center with yoga and spa programming.

Visit www.timbersresorts.com

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