Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa completes $12M updates

Located on the shore of Ka'anapali Beach, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa completed more than $12 million in resort-wide updates.

Hyatt Regency Maui's Sunset Terrace, home to the “Drums of the Pacific Luau”, was updated to enhance the venue's overall experience. The venue now has resurfaced floors, a redesigned elevated VIP group area, and new tables and chairs. The terrace is now also completely ADA compliant.

Approximately $5 million was spent on the redesign and renovation of 21 Ocean Suites and seven Deluxe Ocean Suites that now include new hardwood flooring throughout, newly designed and enlarged bathrooms, and refreshed wall coverings. All suites received new contemporary furniture and décor accents that are inspired by the Hawaiian Islands.

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Updates to the resort's Grotto Bar include the installation of new flat screen TVs with an updated sound system, new seating and bar and Maui-inspired art for this bar hidden between the waterfalls of the resort's half-acre pool.

Approximately $1 million went into new wood flooring, new buffet area, chandeliers, wall images, carpeting, ergonomically designed tables and chairs and a new seating area throughout Swan Court and Son'z, one of Ka'anapali's upscale dining rooms. Son'z also refreshed its menu, offering a variety of new additions.

Situated on 40 tropically landscaped oceanfront acres along a three-mile stretch of the Ka'anapali Beach, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa offers 806 guestrooms, including 31 suites; Maui's only oceanfront, 15,000 square-foot luxury spa and fitness center; a water playground with tropical streams and waterfalls; championship golf, three tennis courts, scuba and water sports; four restaurants and lounges; and over 100,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor function space, as well as an on-site luau.

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