Totally worth it.
We’d just like to put it out there that we understand that some things in life may be worth it for us but to others may seem unreasonable. That being said, the Hyatt Regency Club on Maui costs an additional USD 34.03 per accommodation, per night. It also costs more if you pay upon arrival. So, in planning your “Hawaii Trip” make sure it’s the right financial decision. If you think it’s worth it for you and your family then, by all means, go for it – totally worth it!
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This add-on is included when booking certain rooms, for more information, visit here. Our recommendation regarding the club: worth it if you will be basking in the sun around the Hyatt’s property. However, if you think you’ll be exploring the island of Maui and will only have a single day of resort exploration then think twice before committing.
Regardless if you actually have access to the lounge, here is a preview of what one might expect when visiting. Keep in mind that the food changes daily!
HYATT REGENCY CLUB HOURS + OFFERINGS
Aloha Kakahiaka (good morning)
– Continental Breakfast: 6:30 am – 10:00 am
– An espresso machine that can manifest any type of coffee you prefer.
– Arrangement of Fruits
– Juices (orange, guava and more)
– Bagels & Pastries
– Milk & Creamer
– Coffee (Hawaiian Paradise Coffee)
Aloha ‘Auinala (good afternoon)
Afternoon snacks: 11:30 am – 4:00 pm
– Freshly Baked Cookies
– Granola Bars
– Assorted nuts
– Fresh Salmon
Aloha Ahiahi (good evening)
Hors-d’oeuvres: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
– vegetable platter
– chicken skewer
– Beer, wine, and mixed drinks are available for purchase.
7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
With over 3,000 feet of space to lounge around, visitors can choose to sit outside on the lanai or inside the cool atmosphere of the lounger in a comfy chair or dining table. Although there is no direct view of the ocean from inside, the lanai area overlooks the Pacific Ocean where it meets the view of a neighbor island in the distance and just nearby, overseeing the Swan lagoon. It also boasts a great view of the sunset when picking up light dinner.
Unfortunately, the lounge isn’t open 24hours (yet?) which is a shame because I bet many tourists who flew countless hours and unfathomable distances would really enjoy a quick snack or “pick-me-upper” from the refreshing Hyatt Regency Club on Maui. It’d be great if in the future a late-hour add-on will be incorporated.
Inside the lounge, a continuous video showcasing Hawaii State and all its “wonderful wonders“. All the while, the Hyatt team is roving around to make sure all guests have any questions, enjoying their time, and of course, checking if you actually are supposed to be in there. Along with daily local and national newspapers to keep you up to date with current events.
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As for our experience at the Hyatt Regency Club on Maui, it was completely worth the add-on because when we crunched the numbers of meals we ate in replacement of actually meals spent outside of the resort was around double what we were able to save by accepting the expense. And, although there are other (delicious) breakfast locations you may want to try, I’d say upgrading and booking access to the Regency Club is economical but also, not everyone’s situation is the same, so remember what worked for us may not work for those with a bigger family or those who are busy explorers.
Hope this was informative and helps with making a decision of whether or not Hyatt Regency Club on Maui is worth it for you! Safe Travels friends!