Discover the wonders of the Garden Isle at Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa. Set in the heart of Poipu, our remarkable hotel is balanced between magnificent lush mountains and the azure sea offering a host of opportunities for each guest to create their own personal paradise. Here are just a few of the ways you can enjoy your stay in Kauai:
•Spread out in spacious guestrooms with private lanais and enjoy views of the spectacular Pacific Ocean, tropical gardens or pools
•Play 18 holes on our championship Robert Trent Jones Jr. golf course
•Get adventurous … or do nothing at all. Sink your toes in the sand, lounge poolside, mountain bike, play a set of tennis, learn native crafts, or experience a traditional Hawaiian Luau
•Relax, refresh and recharge with a visit to Anara Spa.
•Awaken your adventurous side and spend the day zip lining, surfing, kayaking or scuba diving among rare sea turtles and luminous fish
•Savor a variety of culinary delights, all of which are all thoughtfully sourced and carefully served
The Grand Hyatt Kauai is one of the nicest hotels I’ve ever stayed at. The resort has a perfect location in Sunny Poipu (the South Coast of Kauai). The 602 rooms cater to honeymooners, families, and corporate meetings. All 602 rooms are at least 600 square feet and were completely renovated in 2011. View is the primary difference between the room categories. The resort is located adjacent to the Poipu Bay Golf Course, home to the PGA Grand Slam. The resort has a unique salt water lagoon, excellent for kayaking of snorkeling for beginners. The pool area is huge, with slides and activities for guests of all ages. Camp Hyatt keeps the kids busy and focusses on Hawaiian culture and outdoor activities. Tidepools is their signature restaurant and is one of the top rated on the island.
Overall, the Hyatt is an amazing choice! The pool area is fabulous, the service is top notch, and the location is ideal. Please keep in mind, most resorts in Kauai are not on swimmable beaches. The Hyatt is no exception.