Pink Power

BY Claire Harper | September 14, 2018 | Feature Features National

The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa prepares for its main fundraising fete benefitting Susan G. Komen Hawaii.
The “Cabanas for a Cure” are part of the Pink Ocean Hale package.

With Breast Cancer Awareness month right around the corner, the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa gears up for the main event of its three-month-long fundraiser—the fifth annual Maui Paddle for a Cure (Oct. 13). This fall’s must-attend fundraising event, which has raised over $115,000 to date, includes a full day of paddle boarding, kayaking and canoeing on Ka’anapali Beach—not to mention an exclusive after party performance by highly-acclaimed singer-songwriter Anuhea Jenkins. The hotel is notorious for going all out for breast cancer awareness, and this year is no different with fundraising efforts which kicked off on National Pink Day (June 23) with a week of specialty pink sushi rolls from the hotel’s restaurant Japengo and pink manicures from Kamaha’o, a Marilyn Monroe Spa. New on the hotel’s pink themed agenda this year—the Pink Ocean Hale guest package—includes access to private pink and tropically decorated cabanas overlooking the ocean. Whether you’re riding waves at Maui Paddle for a Cure or you’re in the mood to sip on a Mai Tai in your private ocean-front cabana, the Hyatt Regency is certainly ‘thinking pink’ for Susan G. Komen this season. Through Oct. 31, Pink Ocean Hale package $285

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