Hawaii Mom Blog: The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is Great for Families




June 21, 2016

The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is Great for Families

Last year, some friends and I decided to take our families on an outer island trip.  We continued the tradition this summer by visiting Maui and staying at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa in Kaanapali.  The resort has been awarded AAA Four Diamond Rating for 21 consecutive years and has 806 spacious guest rooms with premium amenities. 

Because we had 9 kids (ranging in ages from 2 to 10) in our group, the hotel's swimming pools were a big priority for us.  We chose the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa because they have two free-form swimming pools that overlook the ocean and a Keiki Lagoon that features a 3,000 square foot, sandy beach play area, including a 25' children's waterslide, as well as two turtles and a floating dolphin.  There's also a unique 150-foot enclosed lava tube water slide.  Resort guests also have access to the four new pool areas at the Hyatt Residence Club which is located in the north end of the resort.

The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort is a great choice for families as they also have many dining options, a spa, and a daily luau on the property.  Best of all, access to the beach is just feet away! 

We were greeted with leis at check in! 

Guestrooms are 451 square feet and decorated in a contemporary Hawaiian design.

The King sized bed was amazing and very comfortable. 

The room also included a pull out sofa bed which was perfect for us! 

Our own private lanai where we can relax and enjoy the beautiful view. 

After we checked in and unpacked, we headed straight to the pool.  It quickly became apparent the kids had no desire to leave the pool for dinner and the parents had no desire to make them.  Luckily, Umalu restaurant which is conveniently located on the pool deck is open daily for lunch and dinner from 10am to midnight. 

The resort grounds are beautiful!  The kids enjoyed the pools every day of our stay!

Our last night we attended the Drums of the Pacific Luau, a Tihati Production.  The luau takes the audience on a journey through the islands of Polynesia through song and dance.  The kids were fascinated by the three fire dancers and enjoyed the kids buffet while the adults indulged in bottomless drinks and an all you can eat Hawaiian buffet featuring a traditional imu ceremony.   

Highlights of the Drums of the Pacific Luau offered daily on the resort grounds.

Thank you to the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort for upgrading my family's room (including Regency Club access) and for complimentary tickets to the luau.  All gratuities were paid on my own and all opinions are entirely my own. 

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