Surrounded by 40 stunning oceanfront acres of Ka’anapali Beach, the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa’s outstanding meeting facilities offer exactly what is needed for any successful gathering. Discover the premier site for your Maui event, with 100,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor event space, experienced meeting planners on staff, extensive onsite recreation, award-winning restaurants and unique Hawaiian cultural activities, including Maui’s most exciting lu’au.
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa recently unveiled all newly renovated meeting and event space. Plan one of the first events on the new breathtaking Halona Kai event lawn, situated above the stunning free-form resort pool with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and palm-fringed Ka’anapali coast, and accommodating up to 500 people.
Host your event in the brand new Monarchy Ballroom, offering over 18,000 square feet of flexible function space, a clean and upscale design, new connecting outdoor terrace, and floor to ceiling windows inviting in natural lighting and landscaping to capture the essence of Hawaii. Guests will also enjoy the new state-of-the-art Regency Club with patio seating and ocean views.
Meeting planners searching for meeting space and exceptional group value in Maui need look no further than the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa.
I just returned from a fantastic travel experience in Hawaii! Paradise is masquerading as the Hawaiian Islands, a great place for meetings and vacations alike.
One part great weather, two parts super accommodations and three parts “Aloha” hospitality…
…all add up to an intoxicating cocktail that rivals the famous Mai-Tai. If you are looking for a destination that never fails to deliver on its promise, consider our 50th state!
Adventures in Paradise!
About the Author: ConventionPlanit.com’s Maureen Pickell, Director of Global Accounts and traveler of the world, has just returned from her latest adventure in Hawaii.
Where have you recently traveled? We’d love to hear about some of your experiences!
Hotels in Hawaii have seen reached a record high revenue for the first quarter at $859.5 million…despite other areas of the country fearful of a depression, according to the latest Hawaii Hotels Flash Report.
Hawaii was second behind Miami for the top 25 hotel markets for occupancy during the first quarter. Miami had an occupancy rate of 81.4 percent compared with Hawaii’s 78.5 percent.
Read the full story from the Pacific Business News.
Why do you think Hawaii and Miami were so successful? Did you travel to either hot spot recently?
…Check out the wide selection of hotels in Miami and Hawaii on ConventionPlanit.com if your group is looking to relax.