The Hyatt Residence Club Maui ~ Oceanfront Luxury

The Hyatt Residence Club Maui

I am the first to admit that when traveling, I always thought that I preferred to stay in a luxury hotel instead of a condominium. After staying at the Hyatt Residence Club Maui, an outstanding oceanfront property on Kaanapali Beach – I have changed my mind forever.

Lovely Maui~

If you have never been to the island of Maui, please consider putting this destination at the top of your list! It is without a doubt one of the most beautiful, tropical resort destinations in the world. On this recent anniversary trip, we decided to try a few new adventures on an island where we have stayed many times. We visited new restaurants, tried new activities and stayed in a luxury condominium instead of a hotel.

As a savvy traveler who likes her upscale amenities, I never really believed that a condo could compete with the luxurious hotel accommodations that we have been accustomed. I was absolutely wrong. The Hyatt Residence Club Maui surpassed any expectations we could have imagined! Both Craig and I were blown away by the beauty, architectural design, amenities, incredible staff and warm welcome we received at this brand new property.

We were impressed by luxurious design features like elegant bathrooms, granite kitchen countertops, stainless steel appliances and the extra space (compared to a single hotel room) was so w-o-n-d-e-r-f-u-l as well. Even if you have no intention of cooking or preparing any meals, this property would still fulfill your needs! Additionally, no one is knocking at your door for turn down service or housekeeping and we appreciated this benefit of extra privacy in a condo.

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The well appointed kitchen.

When we arrived, we dashed over to a local grocery store and bought a few things for breakfast and lunch and a bottle of wine or three… and this allowed us the flexibility to choose when we wanted to enjoy a meal at a restaurant. I loved the independence this situation allowed.

We did however go out to dinner most every evening, but stayed in for breakfast, lunch and snacks. One evening we opened the wine and stretched out on that amazing lanai and nibbled on Surfing Goat Cheese, crackers, juicy Hawaiian fruit and a little deli meat – a casual but glorious way to spend an evening!

Although the property just opened in January of 2015, it performed like a property with lots of experience. The staff is energetic and knowledgable and our two bedroom condo was large and impressive. The bonus of an outdoor lanai was like having an extra enormous family room with a view of the water.

 

Stunning views from The Hyatt Residence Club Maui
Stunning views from the lanai
Views from the lanai from The Hyatt Residence Club Maui
Spectacular views!
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One more angle of the relaxing lanai.

 

Our spectacular view of the property and the ocean from the Hyatt Residence Club Maui
Our spectacular view of the property and the ocean.
The comfortable living room with disappearing door to the right of the Hyatt Residence Club Maui
The living room was comfortable and the glass doors to the right open up and stack so the wall disappears. Loved it!

 

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The Tommy Bahamas style Master bedroom.. evidently I should have made the bed a little better… Maid service comes just once a week, which is fine.

 

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The grand entrance to the master bath – How about this tub?

 

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This is the view from the front door! Everywhere you look is breathtaking.

 

Of all the places in the world, Maui touches our hearts and dazzles our senses more than any tropical vacation spot we have visited. The walking path along Kaanapali Beach is serene and just steps away from the warm Pacific Ocean, powdery sand and the gentle breezes keep you cool. From the shore you can see other islands in the distance and wind surfers gliding past. If perfection exists, it is here on this tiny Hawaiian island of Maui.

 

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The walking path goes right along the beach and we created a four mile route that allowed us to get familiar with all that Kaanapali Beach offered. These outriggers were ready for a morning paddle.
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Part of our walk took us through Whalers Village, an upscale shopping area just up the beach. In Whalers Village at Island Vintage Coffee, we devoured an icy cold Acaí Bowl with organic Hawaiian granola and fresh fruit.
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View of the property from the beach walk. Photo: The Hyatt Residence Club Maui
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A great place to relax. Photo: Hyatt Residence Club Maui
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My view from my seat at the Adult pool with an infinity edge. The color blue was so intense.
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The Hyatt Residence Club Maui selfie! We spent our 31st anniversary here and were delighted!

 

After reviewing my photos and remembering the details of this dreamy vacation, I want to go back again very soon!

For more specific details go to The Hyatt Residence Club

You can also talk with our new friend and real estate agent, Larry Ward to reserve one for yourself.

Click here ===> for more details

Contact: larry@mauiresortrealty.com at Maui Resort Realty. Toll Free: (855) 808-MAUI (6284)


 

More delightful posts about Maui!

Mama’s Fish House ~ The Perfect Spot to Eat in Maui

My Favorite Afternoon in Maui: It included goats & vodka!

The Spectacular Presidential Suite – The Hyatt Regency Maui

Hawaiian Paradise: Photos of our trip to Hawaii and Maui

Snorkeling in Maui, an octopus and an outrigger canoe

A Delightful Bonus on Our Trip to Maui: Amazing Food!

The Best Resort in Maui: The Andaz Maui at Wailea

 

 

16 thoughts on “The Hyatt Residence Club Maui ~ Oceanfront Luxury”

  1. LOVE the views and that deep tub! Oh, and I love, love, love acai bowls. Glad you shared that. They’re pretty, healthy, and yummy – my favorite things 😉 Great pic of you and Craig too 🙂

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  2. Wow, very nice! We don’t get to stay in condos often, but have to admit that when we do it is great to have a kitchen. Love being able to try cooking some of the stuff we find in the local markets and stores.

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  3. Great post love the idea of staying in a condo as a Chef I enjoy staying In sometimes and enjoy trying the local ingredients in my condo kitchen. Great photos and the photos are beautiful. I have never been to Hawaii but reading your post makes me want to visit the islands sometime soon . Thanks for sharing

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    • Freda, you are absolutely right! So often we visit a local market and don’t really buy much because we have no way to prepare it. it was fun this time trying something new. With the Hawaiian fish,produce and fruit you could make an amazing meal.

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  4. What a fabulous looking condo! I’m sure that by the end of the week you wouldn’t have wanted to leave! We hired a house on Maui a million years ago when our girls were young. We all loved every minute of it. Maui is a great island.

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  5. What a view and I could definitely spend some time soaking in that tub! It’s nice to stay in a place with a kitchen every once and a while to take advantage of the local markets. It also is a great way to keep expenses down by not eating out for every meal. I can’t believe I still have not visited Hawaii- i’d say the Hyatt Residence Club Maui would be a great spot to investigate when I finally get there!

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  6. Looks stunning! Maui has always been one of my most favorite travel destinations over the years. The Hyatt Residence Club is luxury above and beyond! Hope to enjoy a stay at this property one day soon! 🙂

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