The best Hyatt hotel in Hawaii is probably the Andaz on Maui, which is a sophisticated hotel right on the beach in the Wailea resort area.
There are numerous Hyatt hotels in Hawaii. Of these, there are three main Hyatt hotels on the island of Maui. Andaz Maui, which sits in the luxurious and peaceful Wailea Resort. Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, which connects to the Hyatt Residence Club Maui on Kāʻanapali Beach and Hana-Maui Resort nestled along the famed Road to Hana—a 64-mile stretch of picturesque road that winds along Maui’s northern coast.
The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa tends to be your cheapest redemption option on Maui. However, it is not one of the cheapest Hyatts Hawaii as it is a full-on resort hotel and is right on the beach. The cheapest Hyatt hotels in Hawaii are the city hotels Hyatt Centric and Hyatt Place, located a short walk from Waikiki Beach.
The hotel you choose depends on what sort of vacation you want. The Andaz sits in the most luxurious resort area in Hawaii, Wailea. While this is a huge advantage if you are looking for serene beaches and sophisticated and expensive dining. If you are looking for action, nightlife, and cheap eats, the Kāʻanapali Beach area of the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort may be a better choice. It depends on what you are looking for.
Another advantage of the Andaz Maui is that it is in the same resort area as the Four Seasons Maui, one of the best Four Seasons in Hawaii. Even though you are staying at the Andaz, you can use many of the facilities at the Four Seasons during your stay in the resort area of Wailea. In particular, you can spend evenings in the bar and restaurants at the Four Seasons Maui while staying at the Andaz, which makes a nice change of scene. Wolfgang Puck’s Spago in the Four Seasons Resort Maui is one of the best restaurants on the Hawaiian islands.
1. Andaz Maui
Situated on Maui’s southwestern coastline along Mōkapu Beach, the 15-acre beachfront Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort features 321 guestrooms and suites, including 31 luxurious two- to four-bedroom residential villas; cascading infinity pools; a 14,000 ft² full-service spa with a private adults pool, apothecary, retail and fitness facility. The hotel also has two highly acclaimed restaurants, including Ka’ana Kitchen and Morimoto Maui by Chef Masaharu Morimoto.
Designed by world-renowned architects Rockwell Group, Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort captures the spirit of today’s Hawaii and is a certified LEED® Silver resort. The award-winning Andaz Maui was recently named among the Top 10 Conde Nast Traveler’s 2017 Best Resorts in Hawaii and U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best Hotels.
We love this hotel’s cascading pools, beachfront location, fun vibe, and ocean-view rooms.
2. Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa
While the Andaz pool area is sophisticated for couples and honeymooners, the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa offers more fun for kids and families. The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa also offers the best views of any of the Hyatt hotels in Hawaii with oceanfront rooms with lanai.
Located on 40 oceanfront acres on Ka’anapali Beach, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa features a newly renovated open-air atrium lobby and 810 completely re-imagined guestrooms and suites featuring authentic Hawaiian touches, elegant furnishings, modern finishes, and private lanais with glass balconies to enjoy breathtaking views and spectacular Maui sunsets.
This LEED-EBOM Gold Certified resort is a standout among Maui resorts and truly offers something for everyone: rooftop astronomy program; half-acre free-form pool with a 150-foot lava tube water slide; children’s splash pool; manicured grounds and exotic wildlife; Hawaiian cultural activities, wildlife tours, and penguin presentations; tennis; championship golf; beach and pool activities, 100,000 ft² of event space for meetings or destination weddings; live entertainment including the on-site Drums of the Pacific Lu’au; ten award-winning restaurants and lounges; 24-hour athletic club and daily yoga and fitness classes; and Maui’s only oceanfront full-service spa and salon.
The Maui Andaz and Maui Regency resorts on Maui both have better swimmable beaches than the Grand Hyatt Kauai and more private beach areas than your options in Waikiki. Both of these hotels sit right on their patch of wonderful beaches. If you are going to Hawaii for the beach, you need to pick one of the two Maui Hyatts.
3. Hana-Maui Resort
Hana-Maui Resort is a particularly stunning resort and can easily be combined with another one of the Hyatt hotels in Maui. Because of its location on the lush Northern Coastline, it is an entirely different experience from Maui’s other hotels.
Hana-Maui Resort is located in Hana town, where guests will find a blend of aloha spirit and coastal charm. This secluded luxury oasis offers travelers a beautiful place to escape on Hawaii’s eastern coast, with proximity to renowned beaches, tropical forests and waterfalls, and the majestic Pacific Ocean.
Overall, throughout the Hawaiian Islands, if you want the most bang for your points and a luxury resort in paradise, your best pick is the Hyatt Regency Maui, as it is the cheapest luxury Hyatt in Hawaii in points and sits on a gorgeous beach. The Hyatt Regency on Maui is also one of the few hotels on Maui with a club lounge. In fact, this hotel has one of the best club lounges in Hawaii.
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