Considered one of the best luxury resorts on Kauai, the spacious Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa includes everything needed to make your destination wedding truly memorable, with large saltwater lagoon-inspired pools and sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean. The immaculately kept grounds receives wide fanfare, and with 10 luxurious dining options and beautiful wedding ceremony locations throughout the resort, it would be a perfect fit to host an elegant Grand Hyatt Kauai wedding.
The Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort can set up excursions to nearby points of interest, which include everything from catamaran snorkeling trips to off-road ATV tours.
For an authentic experience, a dinner reception could be held at renowned on-site restaurant Tidepools, a Hawaiian restaurant.
The waters tend to be rough here and not always swimmable, but the beach is still perfect for laying out and the three freshwaters pools, with a lazy river and waterslide, offer plenty of water activities.
Grand Hyatt weddings begin with choosing a ceremony location and vary by cost depending on the time of the day and location chosen, with a morning ceremony at 10 am and a sunset ceremony at 4:30pm where the price increases. Sunday ceremonies are permitted but also are more expensive. It is important to note that our wedding packages in Hawaii do not include the cost of a reception, other venues, food, or drinks within the package pricing. Inquiries for these additional services must be made separately. Upgraded packages, additional guests, and add-ons are available for an additional cost.
$220 – $290 average price per night with 2 adult occupancy. Rooms include private balcony or terrace.
10am ceremony time | Grand Lawn ceremony location | White folding chairs | Fruit-infused water station | Marriage license assistance | Welcome table | Backup location for inclement weather
There are 602 rooms with resort and ocean views. Due to the sprawling nature of the resort, it is recommended for more active guests.
LLima Garden Gazebo – 100 guests max, Grand Lawn Gazebo – 70 guests max, Keoneloa Bay – 40 guests max.
This hotel allows a maximum of 4 adults per room or 2 adults and 2 children 18 and younger.
Grand Hyatt Kauai hosts up to 2 weddings per day.
High season for Hawaii, with the likelihood of resort occupancy sell-out, is January through April, July, and December.
The wedding coordinator typically responds in 24 hours.
The resort is located 16 miles from the LIH airport.
“As wonderful a hotel stay as you can have anywhere, truly great service, recently renovated, comfortable rooms with large bathrooms and super luxurious TOTO heated toilets – the kids really thought that was neat! The pools are massive and so organically laid out as rivers and lagoons. There is a massive sand bottom lagoon for water sports fully protected from the ocean, and a series of pools with water slides, hot tubs and more. The only negative of the pools was the lack of a true lazy river or tub slides such as properties like Disney have…the “lazy river” here is not a loop, but a one-way current and no tubes are provided, rather some are for sale. The spa was a real treat for our stay, and we didn’t even do any spa treatments, as a Club (Globalist) member we had access to the spa for the Eucalyptus steam rooms, open-air lava rock showers (we actually went down there just to get our morning shower it was so special), sauna, quiet adult pool, and more complete with locker rooms, lounge chairs, cozy robes and slippers and even light snacks and infused water!” – Justin G. 10/17
“I usually don’t like to give 5 stars but I cant think of anything not worthy of 5 here. Great service. Clean. New. Hassle free awesome place. Only thing to know is that the prices are a bit high. Grab stuff from “accents” the convenience store on site and you can save on snacks and drinks. When in town check out the little fish coffee place down the road.” – Jared G. 10/17