Hyatt Maui

Resort Description

Discover the ultimate Kaanapali Beach hotel – Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa. Surrounded by 40 lush, immaculately landscaped beachfront acres our breathtaking Maui hotel presents an astonishing array of delightful ways to spend your days and nights.

Frolic in our water playground, pamper yourself at the spa, play championship golf and tennis, snorkel at Black Rock, ride the waves, even spend an evening with the heavens. Delight in the guestrooms with ocean views, our priceless art collection, and in our delectable restaurants. Indulge in all we have to offer to create your own perfect Maui resort getaway.

Our inviting resort hotel in Maui is also ideal for families. Enjoy fun pools with a rope bridge stretched out across them and a spectacular 150-foot lava tube slide. Plus, there’s an abundance of wildlife, everything from parrots and flamingos to swans and penguins. Make sure to check in with our extremely friendly, helpful staff and ask about the free wildlife tours for both kids and adults. Walk to Whalers Village for a multitude of additional entertainment, shopping and restaurants.

Resort Features

  • 45 minutes from the airport
  • 806 Rooms and Suites
  • AAA 4 Diamond Resort
  • Amazing Spa
  • Beautiful Beach
  • Children's programs
  • swim up pool bar

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Agent Comments

The Hyatt was built in 1980 in the beach community of Kaanapali. The resort is located on the quiet end of the beach walk with gorgeous views of Lanai and Molokai. The Hyatt has 806 rooms with either 1 king (with sofa sleeper) or 2 double beds. The rooms are 451 square feet with view being the differentiating feature. The rooms were renovated in August, 2010.  The beach in front of the resort is rather thin, but a short walk takes you to a fantastic beach. The pool area is awesome and they have a swim up pool bar! The kiddie pool is great with slides, magic fountains, and inflatables. Camp Hyatt is available for $85 per day per child and centers on cultural immersion. The resort charges for parking and a nightly resort fee (almost every Hawaii resort does this).  The Hyatt is situated closest to the ocean and with the angles of the beach, you can’t see other hotels.

Overall, the Hyatt is my top choice for a resort in Maui.  Although not as luxurious as the Hyatt in Kauai, this AAA 4 Diamond property has great service, contemporary rooms, and all the amenities of a top notch resort.  The closest competition to the Hyatt is the Westin which has a better beach and location but smaller rooms.

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