Hyatt Residence Club Maui, Kā‘anapali Beach

  • 180 Nohea Kai Dr, Lahaina
    Hawaii, United States, 96761

Face coverings may be required. To learn more, Face Covering Requirement.

Face Coverings at Our Resorts

As recommended by the CDC, Owners and guests are encouraged to wear a face covering indoors, regardless of vaccination status, in areas the CDC defines as substantial or high for COVID-19 transmission. This recommendation is in addition to any applicable face covering requirements mandated by governmental authorities in the jurisdictions where our resorts operate.

Please refer to the Resort Update page for specific information regarding local government mandates that may currently be in place.

Face coverings are required for all unvaccinated Owners, Members and guests at each of our resorts. Shared spaces where face coverings must be worn by unvaccinated Owners, Members and guests include the following:

  • Indoor public spaces and common areas
  • Lobbies
  • Food & Beverage outlets, including pool bars, convenience stores, and other similar venues
  • Fitness centers
  • Outdoor public spaces where social distance of 6ft/2m cannot be maintained 

Please Note:  The above requirements are in addition to any applicable face covering requirements mandated by governmental authorities in the jurisdictions where our resorts are located.


The following exceptions apply to the above face covering requirements for unvaccinated Owners, Members and guests while on property, but please note that any more stringent requirements mandated by governmental authorities in jurisdictions where our resorts are located will still apply:

  • Individuals younger than 2 years old
  • Individuals with a health or medical condition that prevents them from wearing a face covering
  • Individuals who are actively communicating with a person who is hearing impaired, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication
  • Individuals who are eating or drinking and seated at a food establishment on property (Individuals will be required to wear a face covering while moving around the food establishment and until they are seated at their table.)

Individuals who are exercising outdoors, including running, biking, and swimming and who are able to socially distance while doing so

Important Alerts

Effective Oct. 16, 2021, pursuant to the Maui County mayor’s Public Health Emergency Rules (issued Oct. 12, 2021), all individuals ages 12 years and older prior to entering a restaurant, bar or other food or social establishments, gyms or fitness centers must present one of the following:

Proof of full vaccination (meaning two weeks has passed after the second dose in a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine authorized/approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration) and government or school-issued identification matching the same name as the proof of vaccination.

Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination includes a completed vaccination card in original, photocopied, or digital form; the Hawaii SMART Health Card digital health pass; or other similar vaccination documentation from a healthcare provider.

Proof of a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 48 hours of entry into the premises, and identification bearing the same identifying information as the negative COVID-19 test, which must be an FDA approved or FDA EUA approved molecular or antigen test.

Individuals who previously tested positive for COVID-19 and have recovered may be allowed entry by providing the following:

  • Government or school-issued identification, plus written or electronic documentation as follows:
    • The COVID-19 test result, which MUST be:
    • A molecular test or antigen test;
    • Processed by a Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) certified lab OR Department of Defense Clinical Laboratory Improvement Program (CLIP) lab with the name and CLIA/CLIP number of the lab clearly printed on the result; and
    • Dated no more than 90 days and no less than 11 days from the individuals’ departure date for Hawaii.
    • A medical provider letter, which MUST be:
    • Dated at least 10 days after the collection date of the positive test result;
    • Signed by a medical provider with the medical provider’s name and National Provider Identifier (NPI) clearly listed; and
    • Clearly written to indicate the individual is currently symptom free, or symptoms have resolved, or they are cleared to travel.

The emergency rules require reduced capacity for bars, restaurants, gyms and fitness centers, as well as modified operating hours for restaurants and bars, which may impact amenities’ operating hours at the resort.

If an individual does not have proof of full COVID-19 vaccination status, negative test result, or post-COVID 19 infection as outlined above, the emergency rules permit a restaurant to serve the individual in outdoor dining spaces or by take-out only.

By order of the Governor of the State of Hawaii, effective August 5, 2021, face coverings are required for all owners and guests when in indoor public settings (including in all indoor common and public areas), with certain limited exceptions. Please visit the links below for official information on the mandatory restrictions including facial covering requirements, etc.

Owners and guests planning a trip to Hawaii, including traveling between the Hawaiian Islands, should review current State of Hawaii and County government guidance (link provided below), as this information changes frequently and may vary from island to island.

Hawaii Pre-Travel Testing Program

Effective July 8, 2021, domestic travelers to Hawaii who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in the United States are now able to bypass the state’s pre-travel testing and quarantine requirements.

For those travelers to Hawaii who do not meet the state’s requirements as domestic and fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in the United States, the state of Hawaii has a Pre-Travel Testing Program that provides an alternative to the mandatory 10-day quarantine in connection with travel into Hawaii if all pre-travel testing requirements have been met. It will be your kuleana (responsibility) to know the rules surrounding the Pre-Travel Testing Program and self-quarantine requirements and to abide by the rules imposed. PLEASE NOTE that a county may also require travelers five years and older to obtain a subsequent test after arrival into the state. Please review current government guidance often, as your travel plans could be affected.

Please visit the official state of Hawaii website for information on the Pre-Travel Testing Program and to review any local travel restrictions and testing requirements in place specific to the islands throughout Hawaii.

Additionally, please visit the official Maui County website for information on local travel restrictions and testing requirements for the island of Maui.

Required Online Travel and Health Questionnaire

All arriving passengers to Hawaii will be required to fill out a mandatory state of Hawaii online travel and health questionnaire. Save time during your arrival screening process by completing it online no more than 24 hours before you depart, and follow all pre-arrival procedures. For the current government guidance and to access the online travel and health questionnaire provided by the state of Hawaii, please visit Hawaii’s official tourism website.

As of May 4, 2021, all trans-Pacific travelers to Maui County participating in the state of Hawaii’s Safe Travels Program (in order to bypass the state of Hawaii’s mandatory 10-day quarantine upon arrival) will be subject to an additional rapid Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) test upon arrival at the Kahului Airport. Travelers can pre-register for this test on the Maui Arrival Test Pre-registration website. For additional information on the post-arrival testing requirement, please visit the Maui County Travel Rules and Guidelines website.

Our COVID-19 Health and Safety Plan

Official Information

Please visit the official State of Hawaii website for more information.

David Y. Ige | Emergency Proclamations (
Hawai‘i DOH: Info & Resources for Managing COVID-19
Maui County, HI - Official Website
Safe Travels Hawai‘i Quick Facts

Pet Policy

This property welcomes ADA service animals. Pets are not permitted.

Please Note: Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is highly contagious. As is the case with any public place, we cannot guarantee that you will not encounter others at the resort who are contagious; however, we want you to know that we are committed to cleanliness and our enhanced safety measures in response to COVID-19. Read more

General Property Updates

All Owners and guests must be physically present at check-in to verify their quarantine exemption status through the Hawaii Safe Travels website.

Amenity Status

The current status of resort amenities and services is subject to change at any time due to governmental requirements and/or changes to operating guidelines. Please continue to check this website frequently for updates prior to your upcoming reservation.


  • BBQ Grills

  • Concierge

  • Pool(s)

  • Poolside Cabanas

  • Valet

  • Jogging Path

Open with Social Distancing

  • Activities (On-Site)

  • Fitness Center

    Open with limited hours and occupancy. Upon arrival at the fitness center door, guests must provide proof of vaccination and a government-issued ID, as per Maui County Public Health Emergency Rules.
  • Fitness Class

  • Hot Tub(s)/Spa(s)

  • Housekeeping (Daily)

    Housekeeping service provided upon request only. Guests must exit room while service is performed.
  • On-Site Convenience Store

  • Pool Bar/Grille

  • Pool Chairs

    Social distancing limitations may apply.
  • Sports Courts/Playgrounds

Welcome to your idyllic Hawaiian escape. Set on an 1,800-foot stretch of the island’s signature beach, this spectacular 40-acre sanctuary surrounds you with warm tropical breezes, azure blue skies, and breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and West Maui mountains. Enjoy scenic strolls to Whaler’s Village and around nearby historic Lahaina town.

October 19, 2021 9:13 pm