Guests Think Pink at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa

Guests can support Susan G. Komen Hawaii now through October 31 at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa // Photo courtesy of Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa

At the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa’s sixth annual Paddle for a Cure event, guests can support breast cancer awareness by purchasing an experience under the new, limited-edition pink Cabanas for a Cure. Designed by Hawaii native Jana Lam, the unique pink cabanas give guests a personal oceanfront view all while supporting a good cause. The vibrant pink design represents breast cancer awareness while also providing a perfect Instagram snap.

Paddle for a Cure is a fundraising initiative for Susan G. Komen Hawaii, which runs from August 30 through October 31. Additional opportunities to give back include a Drive for a Cure at Ka’anapali Golf Courses, a memorial Paddle Out, and specialized dining experiences throughout the resort.

“We always want to participate in events that support worthy causes, and Susan G. Komen is a great organization that we actually haven't worked with before,” says Jana Lam, the designer of the colorful cabanas and founder of the Jana Lam brand. “When the resort approached us to be a part of the Cabanas for a Cure, a component of Hyatt Maui’s Paddle for a Cure, I felt like it was a no-brainer, and that if we could swing it, we should definitely do something.”


The designer cabanas are available for $305 for eight hours, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Susan G. Komen Hawaii. More information and booking details are available by calling 808-661-1234 ext. 3225. 


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