Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa, situated on 23 oceanfront acres at iconic Pu’u Keka’a (Black Rock) on Ka’anapali Beach, is undergoing a multi-million dollar transformation of its lobby, slated for completion in November 2019. The second phase of the resort’s renovation, following a complete refresh of all guestrooms last year, will introduce a new lobby bar and café, lounge, and reception area along with the debut of a family game room.
Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa’s fresh lobby design is a 4,223-square-foot open concept floor plan that brings the outdoors in with an expansive lanai and viewing deck, offering panoramic views of Ka’anapali Beach. The new lobby bar and café will be the epicenter of the resort’s gathering space featuring locally-infused food and beverage experiences. Guests will enjoy coffee and breakfast bites in the morning and then gather at sunset for evening pupus (appetizers), creative cocktails, craft beers, and wines. The adjacent lobby lounge features communal seating for guests to socialize while enjoying scenic ocean views and nightly live entertainment.
Conceptualized by AHL, formally Architects Hawaii Limited, the transformation highlights Sheraton’s brand focus “where the world comes together” by creating a central gathering place for guests to socialize and relax. The design blends soothing coastal shades of blue, gray and tan with textural accents of wood and rock to create a calm, inviting space that plays off the island’s natural environment.
On the lower lobby level, the resort will introduce a new game room, where guests can watch movies, surf the internet, and play their favorite games. Whether challenging an opponent to a round of foosball or lounging with a book in the cozy bean bag chairs, guests of all ages will enjoy spending time in this fun new space.
In July 2018, Sheraton Maui Resort completed a $26.5 million renovation of its 508 guestrooms and suites, 83 percent of which feature an ocean view. The new guestroom design blends past with present, honoring the history and sense of place found at Pu’u Keka’a while modernizing the living and bathroom spaces with timeless furnishings, textiles, décor, and artwork curated by native Hawaii artist Kristie Fujiyama Kosmides. Colors and textures utilized throughout the resort’s six buildings are inspired by the culture and island landscapes of Maui, Lanai and Molokai.