Clean and Green St. Patty’s Day at Hyatt Regency

March 15, 2017, 6:14 AM HST · Updated March 15, 4:37 PM

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Hyatt Regency Maui is offering a healthy way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year.

Clean & Green St. Patty’s Day! will take place on Friday, March 17 at the resort’s Halona Kai Event Lawn.

Hotel guests and visitors to the resort can take part in a yoga class, mini massages, a green tea mask giveaway and a putting contest all while enjoying fresh made-in-house green juice.

Traditionally, St. Patrick’s Day is an annual celebration in observance of the patron saint of Ireland that began as a religious feast day. As festivals for St. Patrick’s Day have evolved across the globe, the resort aims to promote the holiday with healthy travel celebrations.


Events will begin at 8 a.m. with free admission for hotel guests and a $20 admission for non-hotel guests.

Clean & Green St. Patty’s Day! events include:

·         One hour yoga class on the Halona Kai lawn from 8-9 a.m.
·         Mini-Massages from Kamaha’o, a Marilyn Monroe Spa from 9-10 a.m.
·         Green Tea Mask Giveaway from Kamaha’o, a Marilyn Monroe Spa. All attendees will be entered to win.
·         Putting Contest from Ka’anapali Golf Courses from 9-9:30 a.m. Prizes include rounds of golf and logo wear.
·         Fresh Housemade Green Juice made with spinach, kale, spiraling, mixed berries and orange juice.

Guests may call 1-808-661-1234 ext. 3225 to reserve their place as space is limited.

The resort is also offering a Special March Amenity for guests to celebrate St. Patty’s Day all month long. The Special March Amenity is $40 and includes two mini bottles of Jameson, Porter Cheddar Cheese, Corned Beef, and Irish Soda Crackers.

Hotel guests can order the in-room amenities by calling in-room dining or emailing [email protected].



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