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Hyatt Regency Maui’s Textiles Raise Money for Breast Cancer Clinic

Sept. 16, 2019

At the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, limited-edition cabanas incorporate pink textiles to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Guests can rent and enjoy the cabanas, which donates a portion of the proceeds directly to Susan G. Komen Hawaii. 

In time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa has released limited-edition, pink-themed cabanas as part of its sixth annual Hyatt Maui’s Paddle for a Cure fundraiser.

Guests can rent and enjoy the oceanfront Cabanas for a Cure, which gives a portion of the proceeds back to Susan G. Komen Hawaii, a local organization that provides breast health services in the Honolulu region.

(Photo: Guests who indulge in the pink-themed Cabanas for a Cure package at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa can rest easy knowing a portion of the rental proceeds go directly toward breast cancer services for women in Hawaii. Credit: Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa)

The textiles for the cabanas were designed exclusively for the resort by Honolulu-based textile designer Jana Lam who is known for her bright and colorful patterns.

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This is the resort’s first time working with Lam through its Paddle for a Cure fundraiser.

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa introduced Cabanas for a Cure as an extension of its charitable program last year.

“Due to the popularity of the impactful experience, the resort was thrilled to bring Cabanas for a Cure back this year and found it fitting to partner with local designer Jana Lam, whose overall aesthetic aligns perfectly with the whimsical idea of this beachside hideaway,” says Klara Crocco, director of marketing and communications for the resort.

The textiles Lam designed for the cabanas feature mainly pink—the color for breast cancer awareness—with various accent colors like white and orange. The simple yet bold pattern incorporates seaflowers over papaya leaves to make the cabanas’ vibrant colors stand out.

Guests who stay at the resort through Oct. 31 are able to rent and enjoy the limited-edition cabanas for their own oceanfront slice of paradise—and for a good cause.

Although the fundraiser will end after October, the cabanas will remain on display until August 2020.

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About the Author

Adrian Schley | Associate Editor

Adrian Schley is an Associate Editor for i+s, where she has been covering the commercial interior design industry since 2018. Her work can also be found in BUILDINGS and Meetings Today. 

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