The Grand Hyatt does everything grandly, and this 45,000-sq-ft spa, embellished with tropical gardens and waterfalls, is no exception....
Poʻipu Bay Golf Course
Known for its magnificent views of mountains and sea, this 18-hole, par-72 course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr hosted the PGA Grand...
Poipu Kai Tennis Club
Rent one of six hard courts or two artificial grass courts with ocean views at this resort racquet club. It has tennis clinics and...
Don't miss Poʻipu's grandest and most memorable ocean view. In the morning, this stepped terrace is an espresso and pastry cafe. Later...
Brennecke's Beachfront Restaurant & Beach Deli
Part sports bar, part restaurant, this institution across from Poʻipu Beach Park has served up endless plates of ribs, steak, fresh...
Shipwreck Beach information
Unless you’re an expert surfer, bodyboarder or bodysurfer, keep your feet dry at 'Shipwrecks.' Instead, 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.
To the east of the bay looms Makawehi Point , a gigantic lithified sand dune. Beware that cliff-jumpers (or those who accidentally fall due to erosion) have been seriously injured and have even died. To the west is Makahuena Point , the southernmost tip of Kauaʻi, a rocky cliff overlooking crashing waves that is covered with condos.