Hyatt Regency Maui Resort And Spa

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort And Spa
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Phone (808) 661-1234
Address 200 Nohea Kai Dr, Lahaina, HI 96761
A great and popular hotel on Ka'anapali beach.

• Building: High Rise • Building: Lanai / Balcony • Building: Resort • Property: Business Center • Property: Dining On Site
• Property: Fitness Room • Property: Laundry On Site • Property: Stores On Site • Room: Coffee Maker • Room: Hair Dryer
• Room: Iron & Board • Room: Mini Fridge • Room: Safe • Recreation: Gear Rentals • Recreation: Hot Tub
• Recreation: Kids Club • Recreation: Pool • Recreation: Water Park • Recreation: Water Slides • Internet: Free In Room
• Parking: Paid Self Park • Parking: Paid Valet

The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort And Spa is a very large resort style complex located right on the south end of Ka'anapali Beach in west Maui, which is a short walk away from Hanakao'o Beach Park / Canoe Beach.

The location here in Ka'anapali is very good and you have easy access via the beach walk to the other resorts (and their restaurants) in this area as well as a fairly short walk up to Whalers Village for shops and more dining.

The Hyatt property is very nice, very large, and fairly well maintained overall. The swimming pool here is huge and themed for a lot of fun. They have a pretty decent sized water slide that kids and adults will enjoy and plenty of room to spread out and splash around. There's even a rope bridge that goes over the pool area that bounces and swings as you walk over it so your kids will have a good time on that.

In terms of rooms, expect a variety of standard rooms, suites, and various view options. If you get one with an ocean view you'll really love watching the sunsets from it as well as waking up to the sound of the ocean outside.

Speaking of the ocean, you are right on Ka'anapali Beach so you can literally just walk out the back of the hotel and onto the beach and into the ocean. The beach here is nice but gets better as you go further north. If you want to do some snorkeling then walk to the north end at Black Rock Beach (Pu'u Keka'a). If you want to get away from the crowd walk to the south end which is often pretty empty.

There are onsite stores and restaurant options at the Hyatt, as you would expect for a mega resort like this.