Explore the night sky with a NASA ambassador at this Hawaiian resort

By Sayujya S, Desk Reporter
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The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa offers a spectacular view of the night sky

The US state of Hawaii is all about natural wonders including majestic mountains, picturesque beaches, cascading waterfalls and lush landscapes. But it’s mesmerizing beauty also extends to its night sky.

The guests at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa in Hawaii can now explore exactly that, while also learning more about the state, thanks to the hotel’s new Stay, Learn and Play package.

Days of exploration

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The Stay, Learn and Play package offers a one in a lifetime opportunity to study the constellations from the rooftop of a resort

The vacation package which will be available until December 21, 2021 offers travelers the opportunity to learn all about astronomy from the US space agency NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) ambassador Edward Mahoney. Amazingly, 80 of the 88 constellations in the galaxy can be seen from the hotel’s rooftop.

But that’s not the only thing visitors can learn as a part of this new offering. Also included is a private hula dancing class, so guests can be ready to impress everyone at the next event.

Guests will also be pampered with a treatment at Maui’s only oceanfront spa, get exclusive access to the activity lawn, including a daybed rental with a $500 food and beverage credit and even participate in an interactive wildlife experience that includes feeding penguins.

The package also offers guided yoga and meditation breaks to help guests unwind, plus a sunset rooftop dinner with a private stargazing experience.

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A view of the night sky from the resort

And since travelers will need a place to rest after such jam-packed days, the package also comes with accommodations in a newly renovated deluxe oceanfront suite.

Prices for the Stay, Learn and Play package start at $9,995 for a minimum five-night stay.
And if you’re thinking of renting a car during your stay in Hawaii, the hotel recommends that you book early, as the islands are experiencing limited inventory and increased pricing with the recent increase in visitors.

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