Grand Hyatt Kauai Suites
The 602 guest rooms at the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa are among the most luxurious accommodations you will find in Kauai, and you'll know you booked the right hotel as soon as you set foot in the stunning lobby. While every guest room at this upscale resort is comfortable, not to mention full of amenities, the suites offer the most majestic lodging experience. When only the best will do, the Presidential Suite at the Kauai Grand Hyatt is the suite of choice, though guests would have difficulty finding anything to complain about regardless of which suite they book. When you're not hanging out at the beach, visiting the Anara Spa, or enjoying everything else the Grand Hyatt Kauai has to offer, relaxing in your suite will always be a welcome proposition.
The Grand Hyatt Kauai Suites are the most spacious guest rooms the resort has to offer, and if you book the Presidential Suite, you will have 2,700 square feet of lavish space to relax. This impressive suite features a private terrace with views of the Pacific Ocean, and the inviting Asian-themed decor will make you feel at home in no time. The Presidential Suite at the Kauai Grand Hyatt also boasts a telescope in the sitting area, marble-laden bathrooms, and a private kitchen. As for the other Grand Hyatt Kauai suites, they include the Deluxe Ocean Suites, which comprise 1,500 square feet, and the Ocean Suites, which range between 1,050 and 1,375 square feet in size.
Not all of the Deluxe Ocean and Ocean Suites feature ocean views, as their names would imply, but there aren't any bad views to be had in Poipu. If your suite at the Kauai Grand Hyatt doesn't face the ocean, it will offer either lagoon views or views of lush, tropical vegetation. Pillow-top mattresses, flat-screen televisions, wireless internet access, plush guest robes, iPod-compatible stereos, and 24-hour room service are standard amenities that the Grand Hyatt Kauai Suites offers, so if it weren't for the resort's spectacular swimming pools, its world-class golf course, and the seemingly endless amount of things to do in Kauai, you might never leave your suite at all.
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