Sometimes hotel spas are afterthoughts tucked into a corner of the grounds – this is not one of those. The Grand Hyatt does everything...
Poʻipu Bay Golf Course
Known for its magnificent views of mountains and sea, this stellar 18-hole, par-72 course adjacent to the Grand Hyatt hosted the PGA...
Any time, any day, this little beach attracts a big cadre of bodyboarders, bobbing in the water, waiting for the next set of waves....
For free resort ʻentertainment,' arrive before sunset on Tuesday and Saturday for a torch-lighting ceremony and either Hawaiian music or...
Surrounded by waterfalls and lagoons filled with saltwater fish, the Grand Hyatt’s signature restaurant has a wonderful ambience for...
Shipwreck Beach information
Unless you’re an expert surfer, bodyboarder or bodysurfer, keep your feet dry at ‘Shipwrecks’ but come for an invigorating walk along the half-mile crescent of light-gold sand. You’ll have some company, as the Grand Hyatt overlooks much of the beach along Keoneloa Bay. Row after row of waves crash close to shore, giving this beach a rugged, untamed feel. Toward the left of the bay, to the east, looms Makawehi Point , a gigantic lithified sand dune, which you can ascend in 10 minutes. West of Shipwreck Beach is Makahuena Point , the southernmost tip of Kauaʻi; this rocky cliff overlooking crashing waves is today covered with oceanfront condos.