Stayed at the Hyatt in Maui from Nov 6-11 after staying at the Hyatt in Waikiki and Kauai. Arrived late in the afternoon and check in was fine. Had a beautiful room overlooking pool and beach. After staying at two Hyatt with refrig that were not "mini bars" was happy to see a stocked mini bar. (It was a long day!!) The hotel is beautiful with incredible wildlife right in the lobby (much like the Grand Hyatt in Kauai, my favorite were the penquins!!) Beautiful grounds. Was a little disappointed with the entrance.
We only ate breakfast in the hotel , as we were touring most of our time to other areas at dinner time. The buffet was great (included in our room rate) if you can get it. I was dissapointed that two of our days here we could not eat because of a very long line to get seated and would have missed our tours had we stayed. We ended up having to pay for breakfast elsewhere even though we "paid" for breakfast with our room. I don't know how they handle the crowds during peak seasons.
The Umali rest. by the pool was very good also for lunch.
Our room was very nice. Loved it here and will def go back...but here are things I would like to see improved.
The parking fee is ridiculous and there is not enough parking for everyone who has a rental car.Spent many nights driving around to find a spot. Not something I want to do on vacation.
The "resort" fee is a joke, the cost of the room, food and drinks are enough already!
I was a little disappointed that the slide was being repaired. (I'm 50 and travelled without kids, but hey..wanted to try it...although I understand repairs)
The pool area is beautiful but very crowded with chairs. Although I never had problem actually getting a chair, I was literally on top of the guy next to me.
The beach is beautiful , but if you're a beach nut like me, it's not really a beach to swim in or lay out on. It's very short and rocky. THERE ARE NO CHAIRS AVAILABLE ON BEACH , EXCEPT FOR A SMALL AREA AND YOU HAVE TO RENT THEM FOR ADDITIONAL CHARGE.Didn't think that was appropriate.
The drinks are expensive, but STRONG!
The gym when you find it, is GREAT and the Spa was TERRIFIC, had a massage for my 50th birthday, one of the best I've ever had!
Glenn at the pool bar was the best bartendar.
Wish they had less shops and some kind of "disco" or some late night entertainment. This was really lacking! I'm a little old but not dead!
Overall, would def go back to Maui and probably the Hyatt it was beautiful
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated on 40 oceanfront acres on Ka'anapali Beach, this AAA 4-Diamond award-winning resort is an authentic Hawaiian experience set in tropical paradise. Each of 806 guestrooms, including 31 renovated suites, affords Hawaiian elegance with private lanais and panoramic views. Amenities include oceanfront spa, 24-hour athletic club, half-acre pool with waterfalls and slides, golf, and tennis. Activities include Drums of the Pacific Lu'au, Tour of the Stars rooftop stargazing, cultural lessons, water sports, shopping on property and nearby, and wildlife tours with penguins, flamingos and more. World-class dining at Japengo, 'Umalu, Swan Court and Son’z—emphasize using locally grown ingredients to provide unique cuisine to suit every palate. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hyatt Regency Maui Hotel Lahaina
- Hyatt Lahaina
- Hyatt Regency Maui Resort Spa
- Hyatt Regency Lahaina
- Hyatt Regency Maui Resort And Spa Lahaina