Area Attractions

Make the most of your Maui experience at our 40-acre resort where you’ll find hula dancing demonstrations, lei making classes, authentic Polynesian lu’au, and wildlife tours. Head across the resort for breathtaking coastal golf courses at Royal Ka’anapali Course and Ka’anapali Kai Course or trek to the Haleakala Crater.

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Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa

200 Nohea Kai Drive
Lahaina, Hawaii, United States, 96761-1985



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Hotel Activities

Drums of the Pacific Lu'au - Maui

Operations have been temporarily suspended. Experience Polynesian culture at Maui’s most exciting lu‘au while you enjoy song and dance, all-you-can-eat buffet with traditional island fare, authentic imu ceremony, and three-man Samoan fire-knife dance, at the beautiful oceanside venue.

Moana Athletic Club

We make it easy to stay active at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa. Your workout routine will stay intact at our oceanfront StayFit™ gym which offers Peloton® bikes, high-tech cardio and strength-training equipment from industry leader Life Fitness, personal training, and much more. Space is limited. Guests are asked to please keep to 45-minutes max. and to sanitize equipment after use. Facemasks are required at all times. Physically-distanced yoga and fitness classes are offered outdoors. The fitness center’s temporary hours are 6:00am – 6:00pm, daily.

Tour of the Stars

Operations have been temporarily suspended. Named the World's Top Hotel for Stargazing, experience Maui’s crystal clear skies with a night of stargazing and rooftop astronomy program! 8:00pm and 9:00pm nightly shows and a special Romance Tour at 10:00pm complete with sparkling wine and chocolate strawberries. Reservations are required.

Penguin Feedings

Daily at 9:30am and 1:00pm in our Atrium Lobby, learn about our seven energetic resident penguins and watch as they swim about to gather their breakfast! Following the penguin feedings, our keiki guests are invited to help feed the koi fish. Space is limited. Reservations are required.


Royal Ka’anapali Course

This Maui golf course was designed to take advantage of the rolling hills and island breeze. This course also gives golfers a great excuse to spend time at the beach; the ball always breaks toward the setting sun, so be sure to catch the sunset on the beach the night before and see where the sun meets the horizon.

Ka’anapali Kai Course

Ka’anapali Kai has four sets of tees and allows for play at all levels. Following the natural design of the land, many holes are upslope in the foothills of the West Maui Mountains. This elevated position gives players an unbelievable view of the Pacific and the beautiful shoreline.

Parks & Recreation

Haleakalā National Park

Meaning "house of the sun" in Hawaiian, this park covers 30,183 spectacular acres of volcanoes, forests, and coastline, of which more than 24,710 acres of the park is purely wilderness area.

Haleakalā Volcano Crater

The main attraction at Haleakalā National Park, the dormant volcano last erupted in the late 1600s and today forms a spectacular crater that can be hiked, biked, or accessed from Hawaii state road 378 for especially breathtaking views at sunrise and sunset. Due to popularity, reservations are required to visit for sunrise.

Road to Hana

Stretching for 68 unforgettable miles and more than 600 curves from Kahului to Kipahulu, the road is in view of miles of dazzling waterfalls, rugged cliffs set against vast ocean expanses, lush rainforests, secluded black sand beaches, and historic sites such as the grave of aviator Charles A. Lindbergh.

Banyan Tree Park

Covering 1.94 acres, this is the oldest and largest bayan tree in Hawaii. Visit this incredible landmark located in the historical Lahaina town, which was the former capital of Hawaii.


Whalers Village

Walk along the beach walk, take the Ka'anapali Trolley, or drive along Ka'anapali Parkway to this popular tourist destination in Maui. Find local stores, designer boutiques, fashion, art and restaurants.

Lahaina Town

Visit historic Lahaina town, once a thriving whaling community, now home to a variety of retail stores, restaurants, and other attractions. Stroll down Front Street for souvenir shops, art galleries, and shops featuring local apparel, foods and gifts.

Outlets of Maui

Located in the historic oceanfront town of Lahaina, Outlets of Maui is home to some of the world’s leading brand names. The Outlets of Maui Shuttle is available from Ka’anapali or take a quick 5 minute taxi ride.