This Abandoned Hotel In Hawaii Was Once A Trendy Star-Studded Resort - KIALOA

November 06, 2017

Until hurricane Iniki came, this famous HI hotel was a celebrity hotspot, and icon of the 50's in Kauai, HI. Many a great story could be told about this property, only coconut trees remain.

For nearly 40 years, the Coco Palm Resort in Kauai was once of the hottest destinations on the Pacific Coast. The hotel was an icon of popular 1950s culture, and was even featured in several films like Elvis Presley's "Blue Hawaii." However, when a hurricane demolished the hotel in 1992, the owners abandoned it and no one ever came to pick up the pieces.

The Coco Palms Resort is located in Wailua on the island of Kauai. With the largest river in the state of Hawaii a stones throw away, awe inspiring view's of Mount Waiʻaleʻale, and long stretched yellow sand beaches its easy to see why Coco Palms makes for such a legendary resort. Its long standing history from being one of the first and largest coconut groves in the state, to the living stories that now reside in the grove after the coconut planting ceremonies, Coco Palms truly is a experience you can feel.

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