Coping with Covid: Maui Resort Update

The County of Maui requires all residents and visitors ages five and older to wear a mask in public settings unless they are actively engaged in activities like exercising, eating or drinking.

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Hyatt Maui resort
The Hyatt Regency Maui shines with tropical beauty on the outside, while inside they stay safe with hospital-grade disinfectants, touchless check-in and check-out and keyless room entry. COURTESY OF THE HYATT REGENCY MAUI RESORT AND SPA

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa

Thirty-plus miles away in Kā‘anapali, the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is also putting health and safety first. The resort reopened on October 15, 2020, the same day Hawai‘i’s pre-travel testing program took effect, but in the weeks leading up to the opening, management rolled out a bevy of new protective measures. These include near-constant sanitization with hospital-grade disinfectants property-wide, a cashless environment to minimize contact, opt-in bell and housekeeping services, a four-person limit in all elevators and a specialist tasked with overseeing all protocols and operational guidelines. There’s also a Hyatt smartphone app that gives contactless check-in/check-out and mobile keyless entry options. And, if you book a room at the Hyatt Regency Maui, you’ll receive an email in advance that gives a soup-to-nuts overview of what to expect when you arrive, as well as the resort’s global care and cleanliness commitment, which covers all of its health and safety initiatives.

You are clearly in good hands here on Maui, and all guests can have peace of mind knowing that your resorts are putting your health and safety above all else to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


FOR MORE DETAILS about the safety protocols of these and our other partnering resorts, go to MauiMagazine.net/resort-safety.

VISIT THESE WEBSITES for up-to-date health and safety information for your upcoming trip to Maui:

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