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Adjacent to the Poipu Bay Golf Course, the 602-room Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa’s lies right on the shores of Keoneloa Bay. Characterized by a glamorous 1920s and 30s ambience, the resort’s classic Hawaiian plantation architecture features open-air lobbies and lounges framed by the arms of old Banyan trees, frothy surf and white sands. You might even see a barefoot bride on this popular wedding beach. Lagoons and swimming pools are tucked into dense, tropical gardens. Renovated in 2011 to the tune of $45 million, guest rooms have private balconies or lanais with water views.
Golfers love the Anara Spa, the largest spa on the island, and its 45,000 square feet of lush gardens, waterfalls, and pools where guests loll and take their treatments in open-air hales, each with their own private lava rock showers and soaking tubs. The 24-hour fitness center is stocked with Life Fitness cardio and weight equipment. Yoga and fitness classes take place in an open-air hale.