Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

200 Nohea Kai Drive, Kaanapali Beach Resort, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761-1985, United States

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    Maui Hyatt - Great Sunsets, Wonderful Massages

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    Our stay at the Hyatt was lovely save for the lack of electricity for 7 hours. It went out about 4 in the morning and wasn’t available til nearly 11. This meant no breakfast and a lot of work for the bellmen who had to lug suitcase down many flights of stairs. I can’t believe this hotel doesn’t have some emergency power. But I should have guessed that the electricity goes out fairly often since they have a flashlight on the night stand, marked with glow-in-the-dark tape.

    The beach at the Hyatt isn’t the best if you actually intend to go swimming – there’s a reef immediately offshore. But it’s lovely to look at and if you’re happy sitting by the pool, this hotel is a good choice. There are two large pools with lava tube, waterfall and poolside service that is a little slow. The atrium, Hyatt's trademark, is extraordinary – open air, fabulous gardens, birds and Asian art. A real tropical paradise. There is a good path along the beach which can be used for jogging = best used in early morning.

    We opted for a room with a full ocean view, directly over the pool, and it was worth it for me. Every night we were able to watch the sun set over the islands and sea from our balcony.

    The rooms are not luxurious – but are more than adequate. Nice amenities in the bathrooms. The breakfast is very good, and if you are interested, includes typical Japanese fare (i.e. rice, miso soup, etc.), as many Japanese visit this hotel. In fact, the hotel does a good business hosting Japanese wedding parties.

    The service is friendly, but this is a large hotel (800 rooms), and things can get crowded and the front desk can get backed up. No beachfront hotel on Maui is cheap and neither is the Hyatt. But it is a very good hotel and I would stay there again.

    Unique Quality: Get the “lomi lomi” ocean-side massage, which includes a prayer by the masseuse to her ancestors, asking them to help her help you.

    Directions: Northwest coast of Maui, Follow Route 30 past Lahaina to Kaanapali

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    The Hyatt on the beach in Ka'anapali

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    The Hyatt is one of many hotels located on the beach in Ka'anapali, just north of the town of Lahaina. Lahaina is the largest city on Maui, so Ka'anapali offers close access to the harbor, shops and restaurants there.

    The Hyatt is situated on a large stretch of beach, at the south end of the hotels in Ka'anapali. This is a luxurious property, but you can definitely find deals and packages. The hotel's lobby is open to the outdoors and filled with flowers, trees and exotic birds. From the lobby you can see the large lagoon-style pool and the beach beyond it.

    The rooms at the Hyatt are really exceptional. I really recommend paying the extra money for an oceanfront room. You are very close to the water and the view and sound of waves crashing is just amazing. The decor is quite elegant: British Colonial with lots of dark wood and white linens.

    We loved the Hyatt and felt that our every need was catered to during our stay here. I highly recommend this hotel.

    Unique Quality: The Hyatt has a wonderful spa (Spa Moana). It's expensive, but the services are amazing. Try the Lomi Lomi massage, which is a Hawaiian style massage. I loved it! Also, when your massage is finished, you may sit in an ocean-front room and relax. It was just wonderful.

    The hotel has several nice restaurants. We loved the tropical drinks at Cascades (try the Lava Flow and the Road to Hana). If you want a really nice dinner, the Swan Court restaurant is very romantic. We also really enjoyed the room service food. Especially the fresh strawberries and the banana pancakes.

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    Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & spa
    350 US$ per night

    Unique Quality: On a 40-acre beach front has two very large pools divided by a waterfall

    Directions: On Ka’anapali Beach
    200 Nohea Kai Drive
    Lahaina
    Maui 96761-1985
    Hawaii
    USA

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by seamandrew about Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa

My wife and I did not stay at this hotel but it looked very nice. For those of you who would prefer the Hyatt over the Marriott, you have a chance to enjoy a stay in paradise at your preferred hotel. Please check the website out for more information.

Fabulous views, service and location

by jacki13 about Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa

I had a corner room with a great view and plenty of space. The location is great. You can walk to a shopping area and a quick drive to Lahaina. The pools are great with waterfalls, swim up bar and long water slide. The grounds are gorgeous and the staff are friendly.

Hyatt Regency Maui

by dschilling about Hyatt Regency Maui

Resident penguins and swans, amazing gardens, pools with water slide and swim-up bar and excellent grounds. The photo is a view from our hotel room.

2nd Trip to Hyatt Maui

by A TripAdvisor Member

Just returned from spending 12 nights at the Hyatt Regency Maui and what can I say but WOW. This was our 2nd trip to the Hyatt Maui. Our first was 7 years ago for our Honeymoon. Of course some things have changed (both good and so not good). I don't want to compare the both but feel both warrant writing about. Upon checking in we were immediately upgraded 2 categories from what we originally book. This time we were in the Lahaina Tower with a view overlooking the Japanese garden along with the beautiful ocean. It's what they consider their "partial ocean view" but I thought it was more like a full ocean view.
If you go to their website the opening home page photo shows our exact view. Just awesome! (In comparison to the room we had for our honeymoon which had no view and was smaller). The rooms have been remodeled. They now have what they call "dreamy beds" and how comfortable! Nice thick pillow top mattress with down pillows and comforter. You can even buy this bed at a discount if you like it which we did and ended up buying upon our return. FYI - it's a Simmons World Class Beauty Rest Felicity Pillow Top.

Our TV was fine but heck, I did not come to Maui to watch TV. We only used it to listen to the Hawaiian music piped in through the Hyatt Channel. There was plenty of closet room. Just maybe not enough drawer space but it was not that bad. There is a clothes line in the bathroom that pulls out to hang wet bathing suits or towels. This time upon checking we requested a refrigerator which they immediately brought to us. Nice thing to have if you want to keep water cold or soda, beer, etc . . . No charge for this.

Now for the things that where different then out first trip: Resort Fee . . Hmmm $12 a day for things that I got included the first time anyway. Oh well. If you want nightly turndown service you have to request it. Did not have to the first time. We were missing robes for the first 3 nights until we realized it but they quickly brought them to us. Also, we are the type to leave a gratuity for the maid at the end of our stay. Seems we had a different maid every day which we did not realize until the last few nights. Oh well.

The resort itself is still magnificent as it was 7 years ago. They did loose more beach and now there are lounges on the grass area even though there is a sign that say's "no lounge chairs on grass". Funny.
They made one section of the pool for kids with squirting fountains, and a sand bottom pool area. We do not have kids so did not spend any time in this area. Looks nice for the kids but I did prefer the old pool to this. The plants and birds they have are wonderful to watch. 3 White Swans (one has a baby!), 1 Black swan, a few ducks, Pink Flamingo's, Parrots of every sort, Penguins, and 2 African Cranes.

The breakfast buffet at Swan Court is just as awesome as it was 7 years ago. Glad it was included in our rate. For 2 people the price is around $45. If you use their gift shops for sundries be prepared to pay high .
. . water, soda, even a small container of milk is very pricy. Buy your supplies at the ABC stores or Safeway Supermarket (which is cheaper than Star Supermarket). The drinks at the pool or the Banyan Bar are so so. Just Ok. I preferred the drinks (and food too) at the Hula Grill.
The Pavilion is ok for lunch. The grilled selections are good. Loved the steak sandwich.

Two things I highly recommend is their Luau which is VERY good and the food is awesome as well as the show. Get on line early if you want seats up front. Another great time is their Sunset cruise on the Keile V.

We had a wonderful trip and look forward to returning in 3 years for our 10th Anniversary.

a lovely place...for a drink

by keida84 about Hyatt Regency Maui

The grounds are spectacular. The rooms well, for this level of hotel I certainly expected more ammenities. We did have an ocean front room but the decor was that of a nice Holiday Inn, not that that is a bad thing but not for the high end prices of the Hyatt. Small bathroom, one sink, very small dressing area. Very small room for the money. We enjoyed the lounges and the plentiful lobby seating, great place to read a book or take in the atmosphere. 40 acres of gardens, waterfalls and ponds. There are caged birds of varied types that call and beckon. The work out facility is quite small for a hotel that size but it overlooks the beach and that is great when using the treadmill, better yet a walk on the beach beats all.
The pools are delightful and fun for kids. waterslides and caverns make for a lot of fun. I like the swim up bar. The chaise lounges at pool side are terrific, many of them have shades so if you want to read a book or sleep you are protected by a canopy (but still make sure you use sunscreen!)

Our second visit to Maui;first time at Hyatt

by A TripAdvisor Member

The landscaping and arcitecture of the Hyatt Regency Maui are breath takingly beautiful.

Our room paled in comparison to the outside of the hotel. I will say it was cleaned very well everyday but the beds and tv were mediocre.

For the price, the room was very small and the closet space was woefully inadequate.

After swimming or boating all day there was nowhere to hang wet suits and towels overnight.

The room looked quite awful with wet swimsuits and towels draped everywhere overnight. The management should have the rooms remodeled or take one of the beds out. lThe restaurants on the premises were,predictable ,boring and way overpriced. Next time on Maui we will probably stay somewhere else. By the way though, it is a great place for kids!

Family Fun

by A TripAdvisor Member

Just returned for a 7 night stay at the Hyatt Regency Maui and would have to say that we had fun, but not as much as when we stayed at the Hilton Waikoloa on the Big Island. The hotel is a great place to stay if you are bringing kids (which we did). The grounds are nice and the room was comfortable. The dining options on Hyatt property were good although expensive. We found much better options for meals in Lahaina. Our package included a free breakfast buffet in the swan court which I must admit was excellent. The staff was alway friendly and helpful. I finished my PADI open water scuba certification at the resort and the experience was great. I was the only person finishing the open water dive, which I expect is the norm, and therefore really had private instruction. I will consider another stay at the Hyatt if we return to Maui.

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Embassy Suites Maui vs. Hyatt Regency Maui?

by swdke

Can someone share their thoughts about the Embassy Suites Maui vs. Hyatt Regency Maui? Preferences, Pros/Cons, Advice? Thanks.

RE: Embassy Suites Maui vs. Hyatt Regency Maui?

by YVRDave

not even close

RE: Embassy Suites Maui vs. Hyatt Regency Maui?

by travelgourmet

Embassy Suites is one large mass that is reproduced all around the USA. It also sits further up the coast than Kaanapali Resorts and is a little isolated. Hyatt Regency would be my choice due to being right in the Kaanapali loop. Hugh pools and waterfalls with a great restaurant on the property, the Spats Trattoria, for excellent Italian food and Cascades Grill for Island favorites. The Swan Court breakfast buffet has one of the better buffets on Maui. Also,all water activities are right on the beach. In addition, the Whalers Village is within walking distance. Not even close as the previous post stated so acurately. Aloha

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Address: 200 Nohea Kai Drive, Kaanapali Beach Resort, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761-1985, United States