Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa hosts ‘Cabanas for a Cure’

Jana Lam designs ‘Cabanas for a Cure’ in Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa.
The limited-edition pink “Cabanas for a Cure”, created by local textile designer Jana Lam, will be in place until October 31. Photo credit: Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa opened its limited-edition pink “Cabanas for a Cure,” created by local textile designer Jana Lam. The cabanas will be in place until October 31.

The limited-edition pink-themed cabanas provides guests with their own intimate, oceanfront space. The design of the cabanas is simple yet bold and recognizable. As pink is the color for breast cancer awareness, the cabanas are all pink and incorporate seaflower over a papaya leaf in order to make the colors really stand out. Seaflower pineapple is the print for the accents and there are various other colors, including white and orange.

Lam is a Hawaii native who lived in North Carolina and New York City before moving back to Honolulu to pursue her passion for screen-printing.

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