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Op Maui is veel te zien en doen. Een prima manier om activiteiten buiten het hotel te ondernemen, zoals 100 kilometer lange 'Road To Hana', is met een huurauto. Vraag ons naar de mogelijkheden!

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa

Uitstekend luxe resort omgeven door een prachtig strand en aangelegd groen voor een ontspannen verblijf op Maui. Vaak omschreven als het ultieme Ka'anapali strandhotel, presenteert het adembenemende Hyatt Regency Maui zich als een verbluffende verblijfplaats om uw dagen en nachten door te brengen. Geniet van alle aanwezige faciliteiten en laat het relaxte Maui-gevoel over u heen komen als ware het een warme, aangename douche.

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Over Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa

Neem een verfrissende duik in één van de zwembaden, verwen uzelf in de spa, onderneem ontspannen activiteiten als golf, duiken of snorkelen. Ervaar de fantastische schoonheid van de natuur, de onbetaalbare collectie beeldende kunst en de verfijnde restaurants, een waar genot. Het Hyatt Regency Maui biedt u de gelegenheid optimaal van uw verblijf te genieten! De 'Ocean Front' ligging van het Hyatt geeft u een vrij uitzicht over de Stille Oceaan en de eilanden van Lana'i en Moloka'i. De royale, comfortabel ingerichte kamers van het resort beschikken over internettoegang, airco, een apart zitgedeelte en een balkon (lanai), waarvan u een prachtig panoramisch uitzicht heeft. Plantage-stijl houten meubelen, katoenen dekbedden en op Hawaiiaanse sferen geïnspireerde gordijnen dragen bij aan de algehele sfeer van Hawaiiaanse elegantie. Het hotel beschikt tevens over een conciërge waar u (tegen betaling) excursies kunt boeken.


  • beachfront
  • hotspot
  • stijl en design

Insiders tip

Op Maui is veel te zien en doen. Een prima manier om activiteiten buiten het hotel te ondernemen, zoals 100 kilometer lange 'Road To Hana', is met een huurauto. Vraag ons naar de mogelijkheden!

Goed om te weten

Een reis naar Hawaii wordt vaak gecombineerd met een reis in het westen van Amerika. Vanuit de westkust van Amerika is het nog ca. 6 uur vliegen naar Hawaii. De reisduur vanuit Amsterdam is ca. 22 uur, waarbij u rekening moet houden met één of twee overstappen in Amerika.

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa
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Standard Resort View
: Kamer voorzien van een internet, televisie, telefoon, wekker radio, kluisje, minibar, koffiezetfaciliteiten, apart zitgedeelte, föhn, badkamer en balkon met zicht op het resort.

Standard Ocean View
Zelfde als Standaard Resort View maar met uitzicht op de zee.


Het Hotel ligt op het eiland Maui in de stad Lahaina op een top locatie direct aan het strand.

Aantal kamers



• 7 Restaurants
• 3 Bars
• Roomservice
• 2 Zwembaden
• Kinderbad
• Spa
• Fitnesscentrum
• Vergaderzalen
• Parkeergelegenheid
• Internettoegang


• Familieactiviteiten
• Kids Club: Camp Hyatt
• Tennis
• Golf (in de omgeving)

Maui, eiland van tegenstellingen. Enorme vulkanen, ruisende watervallen, fantastische vogels, reusachtige bergen, vruchtbaar land, een landschap van onbeschrijfelijke schoonheid. De krater Haleakala beheerst het eiland. Het noordoosten biedt een weelderige plantengroei, het westen is droog en winderig. U zult het met iedereen eens zijn die zegt: 'Maui No Ka Oi!' (Maui is het beste).

"Things I wish I knew before staying at the Hyatt Maui"

1. Pools. There are 2 pools at the Hyatt hotel and more at the Hyatt Residences next door. You can use either. 2. Pool chairs. The only official policy I saw about reserving pool chairs at the Hyatt was that you can't place your stuff in a chair and leave the area, and that stuff that's left longer than an hour can be removed by staff. Yet that's not likely to happen. People do leave their stuff in chairs longer than an hour, and it's rare the staff does anything about it. That said, we never got to the pool area any earlier than about 10 AM, and never had trouble finding a decent chair. It's even easier if you're willing to sit over by the kids' pool. 3. Towels. Go to the towel stand (they open at 7:30 AM), tell the attendant your name & room number, and you can get however many towels you want (I'm sure there's a reasonable limit). He/she will put a wristband on you so the staff will know you're a Hyatt guest and not some interloper off the beach. Toss the towels in the return bin when you leave. There are no towel cards or any other tight control over what towels you take. Basically they trust you. 4. Cabana rental. What they call a "cabana" is really a double chaise lounge with a canopy over the head area. It's easy to rent them, and generally no trouble to get one (meaning no waiting list). Choose the one you want & tell the attendant you want it. Here's the downside -- they're $75/day! Decide for yourself, but to us it didn't seem worth it. (An attendant does keep you furnished with ice water all day, but still…) 5. Wi-fi is free ("free" = included in the mandatory $20/day resort fee), but depending on where you are, it may be really slow. Example -- at the pool chairs on the fringe, I logged a download speed of 4.295 Mbps. By contrast, my AT&T LTE logged a download speed of 58.34 Mbps, and in my room I was able to get 14.75 Mbps. My room was #564, and was directly across the hall from a Wi-fi antenna. 6. Also included in the resort fee are some things most guests won't use, like the fitness center and a 10% discount at the spa, but also some things that are worthwhile, like 2 bottles of water per day per room. 7. Rooms are comfortable, but the entire hotel is in sore need of upgrades. Nothing's falling apart, but it looks old and out of style. I've spent a lot of time in Hyatt hotels, including a couple years as a Diamond member, and I don't think this hotel meets the standard of quality I see at most other Hyatt properties. Nice things I can say about the rooms are that there are 2 fridges (yet without temperature controls in the fridge), and ample clothes hangers in the closet (we had 15). There is coffee in the room, but if you want to bring your own, don't. It won't work in the room's coffee maker. The coffee in the room is only "ok" -- not exactly bad, but certainly not good coffee. 8. Room noise. The Lahaina Tower is the farthest south of the 3, and the one that's adjacent to the luau. There's a lot of noise from the luau, but thankfully it ends at a decent hour -- about 8 PM or shortly thereafter. You could expect less noise in high floors of the Atrium Tower (middle of the 3), and any floor of the Napili Tower (farthest north). During our stay, there was a conference in the Lahaina Tower, and they had a special event one night at the luau site. It was VERY NOISY until just after 10 PM. 9. Restaurants & bars. Basically you can plan on spending $100 per couple for dinner in one of the 2 main restaurants, Japengo (Asian) or Son'z (steak). Ūmalu, down by the pool, is more casual and a bit less expensive. It's still pricey, but competitive with other restaurants on the beach. Don't plan to go to Japengo or Son'z without a reservation. Walk-ups at Ūmalu are no problem. Breakfast buffet at Swan Court is $29.95/person, so quite pricey. For a more reasonably-priced breakfast, try Kā`anapali Grill, just a short walk up the beach, past the Marriott. (There's a coffee shop in the lobby mall at the Hyatt -- Honolulu Coffee -- but at $4.50 for a simple cup of coffee (and other drinks & eats priced similarly outrageously high), you may want to consider other options. 10. Swimming in the ocean. I recommend water shoes. If you don't have any, they're $8.00 at Walmart (near the airport) or $12.00 at ABC (about ¾ mile up the beach in Whaler's Village). Reason is, there are sharp rocks and coral, beginning about 20' or so from the shore, depending on the tide. They extend a long way out, so unless you plan on staying near the shore, get the water shoes. Snorkeling is OK near the hotel, but not great. It's better about ¼ mile down the beach (back toward Lahaina). There are sea turtles in the area, and though you can see them near the Hyatt, you'll almost definitely see one or more in the area of the black lava rocks down the beach near the public park. 11. Timeshare salespeople. I'm glad to say the timeshare salespeople aren't pushy at all. This goes not only for the sales staff for the Hyatt Residences, but others in the area, like the Marriott. They'll greet you, and it's OK to reply. Unless you stop to talk to them, they'll leave you alone.

"Attention to detail"

I stayed at this hotel for two nights. The hotel has a few years under her belt however the hotel has been beautifully maintained. The staff were fantastic & the pool bar provided amazing cocktails and food late into the night. The room had been renovated and was clean with a fantastic view. We were given complimentary access into the Regency Club, which had a great view of the golf course and surrounds that was pleasant while sipping the morning coffee. It is worth noting that there are much more modern and nicer hotels around the world, however this is about as good as it gets in Hawaii where the developers have not touched for many years now. Restaurants were expensive but this is the norm for Maui. Would stay again.

"Buffet is worst ever. cheap food, bad coffee"

dirty dishes, no selection, too crowded, food often not refilled, poorly cooked EVERYTHING! old coffee! frozen OJ. just gross! DO NOT COME HERE FOR THE FOOD!!! nice resort, horrible breakfast buffet! most buffett is included in the cost, and will cost 80+ if you take family of 4 somewhere else. so your stuck eating in this -less than dennys- poor buffet with gross coffee (we couldn't even drink it, and had to spend additional 30 min each day tracking down drinkable coffee).

"Beautiful setting and location"

We have found the staff here very friendly and welcoming. Our room was pleasent with fantastic views and very clean. Breakfast is in a wonderful spot looking out over the lake, staff quick to serve your every need. Yes as some have said the food is only warm in the buffett but how do you keep it hot with the amount of people opening the lids! We found it suited our needs and the fresh fruit and toast/ pastries were more than enough. Japanco is a lovely restaurant and we went twice it was so good. On the negative our shower took ages to warm up but thats not a major.

"Looking A Little Dated"

We were fortunate enough to stay at the new Hyatt Vacation Club Resort Condominium complex next door to this hotel for a week and decided to extend our stay in Maui four more days when we had to check out of our unit. We moved next door and discovered that the Hyatt Hotel Maui was getting a little worn out, things like the elevator doors and interiors were in bad shape, the room was dated, the entry door was in terrible shape, wood coming loose form the frame, paint job was awful, door didn't fit the opening, sink stopped up, tiny bath tub, really small balcony which was not clean. Just a very tired aged hotel needing a complete remodel.

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