Old Jul 27, 22, 11:37 am
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Yes, I am staying at the property now and they do still have the poke and appetizers in the evening 5pm-7pm. Monday was spicy ahi poke and Tuesday night they had a shrimp poke then later a salmon poke, orange chicken and veggie pot stickers. Also, a different salad is offered each night.
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Old Aug 7, 22, 12:24 pm
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Anyone do the luau recently? How does it compare to the other ones? Or all about the same rip off mediocre food?
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Old Aug 7, 22, 5:56 pm
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Haven’t done it but I can say that it will likely meet with your exact expectations
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Old Yesterday, 11:58 am
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Had a chance to stay at the Hyatt Residence Club next door last week, and wanted to show what the property looked like as of now. Overall, I feel like the resort has a lot going for it. The beach was pretty washed out due to recent storms- so if you're coming soon be aware. HRC had full access to the rest of the resort. If you're looking to stay here, consider a timeshare deal- we got a 2-bedroom for $600/night which was pretty good savings over two rooms on the resort side.

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