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Starlight, Starbright: Hyatt Regency Maui Rolls Out Rooftop Weddings

July 12, 2018, 1:15 PM HST
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Maui’d Under the Stars. Courtesy photo.

Maui’d Under the Stars. Courtesy photo.

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa has created a new wedding experience with a Maui’d Under the Stars wedding package.

Couples with up to four guests are invited to witness the exchange of vows against the backdrop of Maui’s sparkling night sky with unobstructed views of constellations, planets and the shoreline.

Nuptials take place 10 stories high on the resort’s rooftop, under the night sky and are followed by a private Tour of the Stars, the resort’s acclaimed stargazing experience.

“We have seen many proposals during Tour of the Stars over the years,” said Frances Goss, Director of Events at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa. “We were inspired by these romantic gestures to create an opportunity for couples to have an exceptional celebration of their commitment to each other.”

According to resort executives, the Maui’d Under the Stars wedding package includes: an intimate wedding rehearsal and ceremony coordinated by a Hyatt Wedding Specialist, arrangement of marriage license appointment, a non-denominational officiant, two traditional Hawaiian leis, a dedicated banquet attendant, a keepsake calligraphy wedding certificate, one bottle of sparkling wine and fruit infused water.

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The package is completed with Tour of the Stars stargazing through telescopes with stories of the skies told by the resort’s resident Director of Astronomy Eddie Mahoney.

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The wedding package begins at $5,000. Couples who wish to book may contact the events department directly by phone at (808) 667-4430.

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