Fantasy landscaping with splashing waterfalls, swim-through grottoes, a lagoonlike swimming pool, and a 150-foot waterslide "wow" guests of all ages at this bustling Kaanapali resort in the midst of the Kaanapali Beach action. Stroll through the lobby past museum-quality art, brilliant parrots, and South African penguins (as we said, this is not reality). The Hyatt's architecture is not necessarily Hawaiian, but it sure is photogenic, with cultural displays and tropical
landscaping. The grounds are the big deal as rooms are modest presentations of plantation style, with a little sitting area and lanai. Unwind at the oceanfront Spa Kamaha'o, or with cocktails and sushi at Japengo restaurant. The nightly Drums of the Pacific luau, and the must-see rooftop Astronomy Tour of the Stars using digital telescopes, are popular perks.
May 2, 2010
My husband and I spent our honeymoon at the Hyatt and for our 1st trip to Hawaii it was all and more than I expected. It was absolutely beautiful. I would recomend the Hyatt to anyone. If you go you need to go to the Drums of the Pacific Luau. The only downfall is parking. But I always had a spot.