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January 28, 1989 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-28

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plantation houses and charming
churches.
Maui: The greatest concentration
of hotels and resorts is found on the
northwestern nub of the island, along
the Kaanapali-Kapalua coast.
The area is wonderful. There are
frequent rain showers, then the sun
pops out, and there are rainbows every
day. There's a big beach in front of the
Sheraton at Kaanapali Beach where
there's good snorkeling out at Black
Rock, jet skis, and good golf. Then,
much further _along the north shore,
at Hookipa Beach Park, it's fun to
watch the wind surfers. They look like
millions of butterflies riding the waves.
The Hyatt Regency, on the
southern end of West Maui, has be-
come a sightseeing attraction of West
Maui in and of itself. With 815 rooms
dispersed in three seven- to nine-story
towers, the Hyatt Regency boasts a
multi-million dollar collection of Asian
and Pacific art featured in the lobbies
and on 20 landscaped acres. Exotic
birds — the charges of a staff ornith-
ologist — fly through the property. A
high level of activity prevails because
of frequent convention business and
regular visitors.

At the Kapalua Bay Hotel,
birds fly through the lobby — a three-
story open space with hanging vines
— as if it were out-of-doors. But here,
at the northern anchor of West Maui's
vacationland, newlyweds will discover
a subdued and stylish brand of luxury.
Rooms, 200 in all, flank either side
of the lobby, and reach like two out-
stretched arms to the exquisite
crescent of Kapalua Bay beach.
Rooms have ceiling paddle fans and
his and her baths. The renowned
Kapalua kitchens supply all three
restaurants at the resort. In addition
to the beach, there are pools, golf,
tennis and a variety of water sports.
In southwest Maui, in Wailea, the
762-room Westin Wailea has a multi-
leveled pool that's one of the largest
in the world and an art collection that
rivals that at the Hyatt Regency.

Maui Inter-Continental
Wailea has 600 rooms, but thanks to

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