Hyatt Hana-Maui Resort: New Hawaii Points Hotel | One Mile at a Time

We’ll soon find out if Hyatt will continue selling rooms in that way. If the hotel continues selling both standard rates and all-inclusive rates, then I wouldn’t expect that points redemptions would include all of those extras.

We did recently see Alila Ventana Big Sur start including all meals on award stays[7], but that’s simply because the hotel no longer has rates that don’t include meals. If this property continues to offer two rate types, then I would expect the most basic rate type to be what’s bookable with points.

Hyatt’s new Maui property

Bottom line

Hyatt has taken over the management contract for Travaasa Hana Resort, which will now be known as Hana-Maui Resort, part of the Hyatt Destination Hotels portfolio.

Initially, the property won’t be the most luxurious points hotel in Hawaii, though it is undergoing a two-year renovation, which is good to hear. Based on the hints we have, it appears that this will eventually become an Alila, which I’m really excited about.

What makes this hotel so special is its location, as it’s in a totally different area than most of Maui’s other hotels (and especially other points hotels). It could be worth splitting time on Maui, with some time on the west coast, and some on the east coast. For context, the drive from the Andaz Maui to Hana-Maui Resort takes about two hours.

Is anyone excited about this new Hyatt option on Maui?

References

  1. ^ when Hawaii reopens to tourists (onemileatatime.com)
  2. ^ put out a press release (newsroom.hyatt.com)
  3. ^ Hana-Maui Resort (www.hyatt.com)
  4. ^ the famous “road to Hana,” (onemileatatime.com)
  5. ^ the acquisition of Two Roads Hospitality (onemileatatime.com)
  6. ^ for Globalist members (onemileatatime.com)
  7. ^ Alila Ventana Big Sur start including all meals on award stays (onemileatatime.com)

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