KAHULUI, HI—Several Hyatt hotels in Hawaii announced today they are resuming operations as the State of Hawaii begins its next steps toward the return of tourism. With a strong focus on safety first and wellbeing always, Hyatt hotels throughout the state of Hawaii are reimagining the hotel journey with new amenities and offerings.
“With safety and wellbeing in mind, we are listening to our guests and colleagues and working to implement new experiences that will help reimagine the Hyatt journey,” said Michael Jokovich, area vice president for Hyatt Hotels. “From a major renovation at the Hyatt Regency in Lahaina to the addition of luxury villas at the Andaz in Wailea and a new resort in picturesque East Maui, we are proud to reopen our doors to our guests, colleagues and World of Hyatt members.”
As an extension of Hyatt’s recently announced Global Care and Cleanliness Commitment, Hyatt has collaborated with medical experts from Cleveland Clinic and other trusted industry advisors to fine-tune operating procedures, such as colleague reorientations, enhanced cleaning and safety protocols, as well as a Hygiene and Wellbeing Leader at every property.
Each Hyatt resort and vacation rental resort in Hawaii has achieved the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) STAR accreditation, which is comprised of high standards of cleanliness, forward-looking risk mitigation planning and regular, on-going third-party inspections. Additionally, each resort has reconfigured pool seating, restaurant dining, spa experiences and boutique shopping in an effort to ensure the safety of its guests and colleagues.
The following include a list of Hyatt hotels in Hawaii that are resuming operations:
- Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort began welcoming guests back on November 1, right on the heels of the announcement it is the top resort in Hawaii by Conde Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Awards. Located in Wailea, Maui’s premiere luxury-resort destination, this immersive and unscripted beachfront resort features 301 guestrooms and suites, including 11 luxurious ocean-front residential villas; with 19 additional villas set to debut in early 2021. For more information or to book a stay, please visit the hotel’s website
- Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa proudly announces that the captivating hotel was named to the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards and a top resort in Hawaii by Conde Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Awards. Promising to celebrate the iconic in small details and magnificent moments, the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa reopened its doors to guests on November 1. The resort’s renowned pools have new pool decks and new seating configurations in the shade or in the sun. The multi-phased guest room enhancement has added new carpeting and new furniture to further complement the remainder of the room enhancement elements that began in late 2018. Additionally, the three largest suites on property have been completely renovated with a renovation of an additional six large suites to be completed by year end. For more information or to book a stay, please visit the hotel’s website.
- Destination Residences Hawaii welcomes guests home to an exclusive collection of vacation rental properties on Maui, Island of Hawaii and Kauai. Featuring condominiums and homes complete with private indoor/outdoor living space, hotel-style services and amenities, gourmet kitchens, separate living and dining areas and many with private pools and separate work from home and distance learning areas, Destination Residences Hawaii invites guests to enjoy the luxury of space on their next Hawaiian getaway. To visit these properties, click on the resort area to view current offers: Wailea, Lahaina, Puunoa, Kaanapali, Mauna Lani, South Shore Kauai.
- Hana-Maui Resort will proudly join the Hyatt portfolio as a Destination Hotel and is slated to open November 20. Set on 66 rolling acres on the lush coast of East Maui, Hana-Maui Resort reimagines how guests will experience the Road to Hana. 74 rooms, suites, oceanfront bungalows and family residences await travelers who visit this famous town. Experience unique cultural excursions, thrilling adventures and stunning sights via helicopter tours, lava tube explorations, waterfall rappelling, surfing, canoe paddling, hiking and local wine tasting. Guests will also enjoy an award-winning spa, farm-to-table food and beverage concepts from the nearby farms within the Hana community. For more information or to book a stay, please visit the hotel’s website.
- Hyatt Centric Waikiki Beach, named Best New Hotel by Hawaii Magazine in 2018, this in-the-now hotel is scheduled to reopen its doors to guests once again on November 27. The socially connected boutique promises to connect guests to the heart of the action so they never miss a moment of adventure. The hotel boasts 230 large guest rooms and suites with modern décor, floor-to-ceiling windows for views of the Honolulu skyline and imaginative amenities to help the modern explorer make the most of Waikiki. Guests can utilize complimentary umbrellas, beach chairs, boogie boards and GoPro cameras for exploring the sand and sea options on Oahu. For more information or to book a stay, please visit the hotel’s website.
- Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is located on beautiful Ka’anapali Beach and reopened its doors on October 15, debuting a multimillion-dollar renovation that is nearing completion. With a total reimagining of all guest rooms and suites led by Wimberly Interiors, the resort’s upgrades include a modern new design with open closets, glass lanai railings, energy saving sustainability aspects and a new contactless mobile key card process. For more information or to book a stay, please visit the hotel’s website.
- Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa situated just steps from world famous Waikiki Beach and the Duke Kahanamoku statue and promising a seamless and intuitive experience, Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa welcomed back guests to rediscover Waikiki on October 15. Indulge your taste buds with a plethora of food and beverage options on property, including Kai Coffee, Tucker & Bevvy, Furusato Sushi and Kirin at the Pualeilani Atrium Shops. SHOR Restaurant debuted SHOR To-Go, a grab-and-go concept for breakfast, lunch and dinner located on the third floor with outdoor dining offering stunning views of sand, surf and sun from 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Sip and savor local favorites like breakfast wraps, Neapolitan pizzas named after iconic surf breaks around Oahu and organic local greens all using locally sourced and fresh ingredients. For more information or to book a stay, please visit the hotel’s website.
- The Lodge at Kukui’ula,, located within an expansive 1,010-acre resort development, is the ultimate family retreat offering an enjoyable experience with unforgettable adventures, breathtaking beaches and an abundance of private resort amenities. Guest accommodations include three neighborhoods of secluded vacation homes from one to four bedrooms, that each offer generous outdoor lanais and spacious living areas. Guests will enjoy exclusive access to The Club at Kukui’ula’s wealth of activities and amenities including a 10-acre organic farm, pool complex, 18-hole Tom Weiskopf golf course, two restaurants, racquet sports and more. With homes and activities spread out across the vast property, The Lodge at Kukui’ula remains a safe haven for exploration, restoration and relaxation. For more information or to book a stay, please visit the hotel’s website.
- Wailea Beach Villas, A Destination Hotel, was once again named a top resort in Hawaii by Conde Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Awards. Following a series of property enhancements completed this year, the gated luxury villa residential resort has reopened its doors to travelers as of October 15. Wailea Beach Villa’s offer the luxury of space, with residences between 2,000- 3,000 square feet, featuring private indoor/outdoor living and hotel amenities directly situated on Wailea Beach. For more information or to book a stay, please visit the hotel’s website.
“Our spacious residences allow you to vacation at your own pace with private lanais, fully equipped kitchens and room for the entire family in your own secluded hideaway.” Says Michael Cuthbertson, Area Managing Director of Destination Residences Hawaii, which joined the Hyatt portfolio in late 2018. “We are excited to welcome our guests home to our beautiful Hawaiian communities. Whether it be contactless check-in, an office setup within your residence to work from your home-away-from-home or just the ability to soak in a beachfront sunset from your private lanai while a local chef makes dinner in your kitchen, we are proud to provide all of the comforts of home with our Global Care and Cleanliness Commitment.”