Four Seasons Resort Lanai


When it comes to wow-locations, it doesn’t get much better than Hulopoe Bay, a marine sanctuary that draws spinner dolphins and humpback whales.

Housing 213 guest rooms, including 45 suites, it embodies that perfect slice of paradise for singles, couples, and families. The rooms and suites are each tastefully decorated, boasting bespoke furnishings, artisan tiles, sleek wooden floors, and stylish carpets with lashings of Hawaiian inspiration on the side. The private lanais are a secluded place to breathe in the fresh sea air away from the crowds.

Authentic Hawaiian flavors and international influences converge at the restaurants and bars, each offering their own unique and atmosphere and menu. Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s cliff-side restaurant showcases Japanese cuisine, and One Forty serve up steak and seafood.

While total mind and body relaxation come easily at Four Seasons Resort Lanai, a helping hand is close by in the shape of the Hawanawana Spa, delivering an extensive menu of treatments using secret family recipes.

Four Seasons Resort Lanai Information

Location & Getting There
The property is a 35-minute flight from Honolulu International Airport or a 45-minute ferry ride from Maui.

Four Seasons Lana'i features the main building and nine separate two-storey buildings with a total of 213 guest rooms, including 45 suites.

Be it water, land, or air activities, the resort has something for everybody. Enjoy snorkeling, scuba diving, whale-watching, and private sailing charters, big and small game fishing. Alternatively, golf at the Manele golf course, or attend lei making and hula lessons. For the adrenaline-filled and adventurous, opt for archery, hiking, and off-roading in 4x4 vehicles.

Children are very welcome at the resort. The Kids For All Seasons program caters to children aged between 5 and 12, and they organize activities such as tidal pool exploration sessions, arts and crafts, star gazing, and gecko and hermit crab hunting. Tots aged below 5 are welcome when accompanied by an adult.

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Why we recommend Four Seasons Resort Lanai

With almost no luxury resorts on the island, Four Seasons brings a serious level of glamour to Lanai. While keeping all the high standards you’d expect from the brand, it incorporates beautiful Micronesian artifacts and Koa-panelled walls to remind you that you’re in Hawaii. If you fancy heading into town, the hotel also runs a shuttle bus to Lanai’s only town where you can enjoy some great little local shops, restaurants, and galleries.

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