Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is pleased to announce the hotel is slated to welcome guests on October 15. Guests will enjoy an entirely new guestroom experience, with features such as private lanais with glass balconies that beautifully showcase views of the Pacific Ocean, the West Maui Mountains, scenic golf courses, and lush gardens, which is the focus of a multimillion-dollar renovation that is scheduled to be completed in the coming months. Set on 40 acres on Ka’anapali Beach, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is a getaway in paradise, ready to welcome travelers back to the updated property where meaningful connections in new, modern spaces can be made. The resort will resume operations with safety first and wellbeing always.
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort guests can embrace all that is wonderful about Hawaii with a stunning Pacific Oceanfront location, six free-form pool areas with waterfalls, stargazing, golf, on-property wildlife tours and more. Beachfront cabanas, spacious open areas with stunning Hawaiian flora and fauna and cultural programs such as hula dancing demonstrations and lei making classes, are also part of the resort experience.
The resort’s guestroom renovation, led by Wimberly Interiors, embraces natural surroundings with new and modern design. Inspired by the rich heritage and authentic spirit of Ka’anapali Beach, the revamped guestrooms feature authentic Hawaiian touches with a modern twist, allowing guests to connect with Maui’s vibrant culture. Elegant yet casual textiles and contemporary lines that come together for a sleek look, fill the rooms. Open closets to make the rooms feel more spacious, glass lanai balconies to bring the outside in and make the spaces brighter, as well as elevated furnishings, will welcome guests when the resort welcomes guests later this month. Hyatt Regency Maui has implemented a variety of energy saving aspects to continue to increase its sustainability practices including retrofitting all air conditioning systems. The resort has upgraded its technology by implementing a new system allowing guests to receive their room keys on their mobile devices. This will create a process that can be contact-free and sustainable.
Food & Drink
Guests can indulge in 10 distinct dining concepts at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort, including Son’z Steakhouse, which features the “Best Steak” as voted by the Maui ‘Aipono Restaurant Awards, and Japengo, which offers Asian cuisine infused with island flavors. Located between waterfalls in a rustic cave setting, Grotto Bar is a unique place to grab a drink and light pub fare. Guests can swim up to the bar for an exclusive menu of frozen and traditional cocktails.
Meetings & Events
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa boasts more than 100,000 square feet of dynamic and spacious meeting and event space, with more than ten venues, including an award-winning oceanfront event lawn, ballrooms, promenades, and pre-function spaces. More than 55,000 square feet of the resort’s event and meeting space is outdoors.
To welcome travelers back to Hyatt Regency Maui, the property has an array of offers including Bonus Journeys which gives travelers 4x points and double nights toward tier status; the Maui Romance Package for couples looking to reconnect in paradise; the Ultimate Maui Family Vacation for loved ones to make lasting memories; exclusive Member Rates for World of Hyatt members; and Work from Hyatt which allows travelers to embrace the new way work and school look. For more information on Hyatt Regency Maui’s offers, please visit here.
Caring for Guests and Colleagues
Guided by its purpose of care, Hyatt’s multi-layered Global Care & Cleanliness Commitment further enhances its operational guidance and resources around colleague and guest safety and peace of mind. The resort has appointed a Hygiene & Wellbeing Leader to oversee all new protocols and operational guidelines. Hyatt Regency Maui will conduct frequent sanitization with hospital-grade disinfectants, hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the resort, social distancing signage will be incorporated into all of the common spaces, and mobile check-in and check-out will be offered. Guestrooms will also feature a digital room, floor and resort orientation on the televisions. There will only be four people allowed per elevator, limited seating at restaurants, pool chairs and cabanas will be appropriately distanced, and masks will be required for guests and resort employees upon entry. More information on Hyatt’s commitment can be found here: hyatt.com/care-and-cleanliness.