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Resort & Spa Activities
Find an oasis within at Anara Spa. Here, traditional healing methods blend with island-fresh botanicals to refresh and renew. Treatments include relaxing massages, facials, manicures, pedicures, and more. Facilities include steam and sauna rooms, outdoor lava rock showers, whirlpools and a float pod. Anara also features an open-air fitness and yoga room, a meditation lounge, a fitness room with state-of-the-art cardio and weight machines. Anara delivers a truly unique Hawaiian spa experience. Open daily 7:00am - 7:00pm
Pools and Cabanas
Find your own paradise at our renowned multi-level pools whether you're seeking an adults only area, a quiet nook along the lazy-river pool, toes in the sand at our saltwater lagoon, or watching as people whoosh down the 150-ft waterslide. Make your day extra special with a cabana either oceanfront, on the lagoon, or poolside. Book via the WEBSITE link below.
Grand Hyatt Kauai Luau
Explore the South Pacific and Hawaii’s history through stories and music passed down the generations. The most significant style of celebration in ancient Hawaii was the luau, held to honor kings, gods and guests. Luau are now a distinct element of island culture synonymous with celebrations. Prepare to be enchanted by history told through the exotic dances of Polynesia, from the islands of Tahiti, Samoa, and New Zealand, to our own Hawaii. You will find the feast unparalleled, with traditional Hawaiian dishes, as well as delicious cuisine from all of Hawaii’s modern-day cultures. Wednesday and Saturday nights, 5:30pm. Book now at grandhyattkauailuau.com.
Poipu Bay Golf
Located adjacent to the resort, this Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed course will challenge your game while offering incredible views. An award-winning Pro Shop carries quality golf apparel and exclusive logo wear. Featuring daily lessons and clinics, GPS equipped golf carts, complete locker rooms and a full practice facility.
Enrich Your Vacation - Volunteer
Looking to do something good for you, and our island community? Volunteer. We have partnered with a number of diverse organizations with established volunteer programs to provide you with a rich opportunity to give back. Learn more by clicking the WEBSITE link below.
Our Hydroponic Garden Tour
Stop by our Hydroponic Garden, located near the tennis courts, to meet our Gardener, Ashly, and learn about all the lettuces, micro-greens, herbs and more she grows for our restaurants and events. Each week our 4,000 sq ft garden produces more than 300 lbs of garden fresh greens. It just doesn't get any fresher! Tours scheduled Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30am.
Tours and Attractions
Plan your best vacation ever with our Blue Hawaiian Activities Concierge. Whether it's surf lessons or catamaran sail, off-road adventures or a helicopter tour, our knowledgeable Concierge team can help you arrange it all. They can even assist with dining reservations, though most restaurants are on OpenTable. Start planning now at the WEBSITE link below.
You'll find abundant shopping at the resort, with something for every want, from clothes to art and everything in between. You'll find just the memento you need: MARTIN & MACARTHUR - Fine koa wood items, ceramics, glass & more, NA HOKU - Fine jewelry, SHOE ENVY - Shoes, bags, accessories and more, WATERWEAR - Swim, casual wear & hats, TORI RICHARD - Aloha Wear, AFEINBERG GALLERY - Kauai's beauty in images, SUNGLASS HUT - Sunglasses & accessories, ACCENTS - Gifts & sundries. In addition, local artisans and craftspeople share their wares in the Lobby Atrium each day.
Island Arts and Culture
Allerton Estate and National Tropical Botanical Garden3 Miles
Located on the South Shore of Kauai, Allerton Garden is a paradise that has been transformed through time by the hands of a Hawaiian Queen. Treat yourself and someone you love to a special tour of the Allerton Garden at Sunset.
Grove Farm Homestead Museum14 Miles
Experience a day in the life of an 1860s sugar planter on a visit to Grove Farm Homestead. Visitors can explore the sugar plantation lifestyle museum with exhibits about life from 1864-1978, including the restored family home. Tours on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
A wonderful archive of Kauai's history. A must-do for history buffs or anyone interested in learning more about the early political and social constructs of the island. From the early voyages of Polynesians from the Marquesas Islands and Tahiti and their settlement in the Hawaiian Islands to the history of sugar cane cultivation which brought workers from Japan, Portugal, the Philippines, United States, and China creating the rich melting pot of cultures that form modern Hawaii.
Hawaiian Cultural Activities
Ke Kumu o Hihinui
Our Hawaiian Cultural Center, Ke Kumu o Hihinui offers weekly, hands-on classes in hula, ukulele, and the making of flower lei, kukui nut bracelets, pua hulu (feather flower), and more. Stop by to talk story with our Manager of Hawaiian Culture, Moani, you're sure to leave with a deeper connection to Hawaiian culture. Located on the main breezeway between the lobby and Anara Spa.