Kauai’s beauty is stunning on a grand scale, from the towering and colorful cliffs of the Napali Coast and Waimea Canyon — the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” to the rushing waters of Wailua Falls. Visitors can also see nature’s wonders in a more intimate way with a leisurely kayak along the meandering Wailua River to the magnificent Fern Grotto.
Beyond its dramatic beauty, Kauai offers adventure and excitement for the whole family. From December to May, venture out on the ocean for a glimpse of Hawaii’s favorite seasonal visitors — the humpback whales. The mountainous island has a multitude of trails for hikers of all abilities, and snorkelers and divers alike will appreciate the undersea encounters this island has in store.
Quaint towns and villages abound, with unique shopping and dining experiences as well as immersion into the local culture.
Your Kauai experience is made complete by the array of services and activities available at Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa, whose ambiance and beauty match those of Kauai itself. A saltwater swimming lagoon offers an ideal spot for leisurely afternoons at Poipu Beach, cultural experiences enhance your connection with the islands and their people, and a spa, fitness center and championship golf course help guests unwind.
Its location on Shipwreck’s Beach on Kauai’s south shore offers guests the chance to take advantage of many of the island’s highlights without venturing far.
Spacious accommodations include inviting amenities such as iHome stereo with iPod® dock, beverage chillers, Hawaiian Kona coffee, a large work area, wireless Internet access and a seating area. Private lanais offer views of the spectacular Pacific Ocean, tropical gardens or pools.
Dining at Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa is a uniquely elegant affair, with seven restaurants serving locally sourced ingredients prepared with care and precision. Tidepools specializes in fine cuisine with Pacific-island inspired flavors. Dondero’s, with its Tuscan villa-like setting, elevates Italian comfort food with local ingredients and artisanal touches.
For a quintessentially Pacific experience, the Grand Hyatt Kauai Luau, held every Sunday and Thursday, is high-energy tour of Hawaii, Polynesia and the South Pacific. It begins with a traditional lei greeting, with equally traditional open bar and all-you-can-eat buffet featuring island cuisine, followed by cultural demonstrations, energetic entertainment and even Hula lessons for the adventurous.
Save time to melt the stress away at Anara Spa, offering massages, body treatments and facials in a private room or a thatched-roof hale surrounded by a serene garden setting.
Adventure, relaxation, sumptuous food and drink — you’ll leave Kauai with great memories and a yearning to return very soon.
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