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Situated in a "beautiful location" fronting the beach and surrounded by gardens and lagoons, this low-rise Keoneloa Bay resort has an open-air design reminiscent of Hawaii in the 1920s and ’30s. Full review →
Grand is the key word at this elegant and luxurious large oceanfront resort.
Dramatically handsome, this classic Hawaiian low-rise is built into the cliffs overlooking an unspoiled coastline. Full review →
Sprawling across 50 acres of a former sugar plantation, Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa is a luxurious escape in sunny Poipu on Kauai's south shore, just half an hour from Lihue Airport. Full review →
Its 602 luxurious rooms boast not only a fresh gold-and-green palette and pillow-top beds, but also eco-friendly elements such as low-flow toilets. Full review →
Overlooking Keoneloa Bay and the Mahaulepu Heritage Trail, this mega-resort is quite possibly one of the best on the island. Full review →
Family-friendly yet luxe getaway set in landscaped grounds close to Poipu Bay Golf Club and Brennecke Beach. Full review →
Poʻipu’s glamour girl is 600-rooms strong and loves to show off. Full review →
This 602-room behemoth (renovated in 2011) rewards guests with large, tasteful rooms, award-winning golf, immaculate grounds, and a host of high-end restaurants. Full review →
The Grand Hyatt has four pools, the island’s largest waterslide, half-a-dozen domesticated macaws, a sprawling spa set amid jungle waterfalls and seven restaurants. Full review →
The Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa isn’t intimate—it holds 602 rooms—but travelers can still find some Zen calm here Full review →
Interconnecting blue pools wind through tropical gardens on the "beautifully landscaped" grounds of this 602-room beachside "mega-resort."