Finding your ideal pool at the Kauai
Grand Hyatt in Poipu
is made easy by the fact that there are plenty to enjoy. It's sometimes hard
to identify where one pool ends and another begins, as they meander about the
Grand Hyatt grounds, passing through grottos and creating waterfalls along the
way. The freshwater pools at this enchanting resort are classified as river
pools, and the lush vegetation that surrounds them combines with the interspersed
rocky islands to create a visually stunning setting. In addition to the freshwater
river pools, the Kauai Grand Hyatt also offers an expansive saltwater lagoon
that is equally popular with guests.
The saltwater lagoon pool at the Kauai Grand Hyatt, much like the freshwater pools, is surrounded by lush vegetation, reflecting the tropical appeal that characterizes the resort's breathtaking exterior. Various spots along the lagoon offer areas to relax with friends, and the private lagoon beach with its numerous lounge chairs is a welcome place to pass the time. If you're interested in trying the activities in the large lagoon pool at the Kauai Grand Hyatt, canoeing and kayaking are among the possibilities. You can also grab a floating chair and glide along languidly with the currents while you sip on a cocktail. Snorkeling and scuba diving lessons are among the other lagoon activities that might interest guests.
Golfing and relaxing at the beach aren't the only things to do at the Grand
Hyatt Kauai, and you are bound to find yourself enjoying the resort's pools
at some point during your stay. In addition to the main Grand Hyatt Kauai pools,
there are also pools to be found at the resort's dazzling spa. These include
several soaking pools and a lap pool that is 25 yards long. Both the main pools
and the spa pools at the Grand Hyatt Kauai encourage fun and relaxation, which
is what a stay at this upscale Hawaiian destination is all about.