Four Seasons Resort Lanai

When you a stay at Four Seasons Resort Lanai in Lanai City, you'll be on the beach, just steps from Hulopoe Beach and Kaluakoi Point. This 5-star resort is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Manele Golf Course and 15.2 mi (24.4 km) from Garden of the Gods.Make yourself at home in one of the 217 guestrooms featur...

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Four Seasons, Suíte, Vista para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Four Seasons, Estúdio, De frente para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, 2 camas de casal, De frente para o mar (Prime)

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, 1 cama King, Acessível, De frente para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, 2 camas de casal, De frente para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Cobertura, 1 cama King, De frente para o mar (Prime Suite)

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

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Quarto, 2 camas de casal, Vista para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, 2 camas de casal, Vista parcial para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, 1 cama King, Vista para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, 1 cama King, Vista para o jardim

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, Acessível, De frente para o mar (Prime)

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Suíte, 1 cama King, De frente para o mar (Ohana)

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

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Four Seasons, Suíte, 1 cama King, Vista para o jardim

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, Vista parcial para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, 1 cama King, De frente para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Four Seasons, Suíte estúdio, De frente para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Suíte, 1 cama King, Vista parcial para o mar (Ohana)

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

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Suíte, 1 cama King, Vista para o mar (Ohana)

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

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Cobertura luxo, 1 cama King, De frente para o mar (Suite)

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

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Quarto premier, 1 cama King, De frente para o mar (Prime)

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, Acessível, Vista para o jardim

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, 1 cama King, Acessível, Vista para o jardim

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Quarto, 2 camas de casal, Vista para o jardim

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Suíte, 1 cama King, Vista para o jardim (Ohana)

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

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Cobertura luxo, 1 cama King (Suite)

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

When you a stay at Four Seasons Resort Lanai in Lanai City, you'll be on the beach, just steps from Hulopoe Beach and Kaluakoi Point. This 5-star resort is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Manele Golf Course and 15.2 mi (24.4 km) from Garden of the Gods.Make yourself at home in one of the 217 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and DVD players. Your bed comes with down comforters and premium bedding. Rooms have private lanais. 75-inch LED televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and ...

1 Manele Bay Road - Lanai City, Hawaii - U.S - 96763

Property Amenities

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

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  • Excellent

    942

  • Very Good

    78

  • Good

    34

  • Reasonable

    21

  • Bad

    20

Travelers profile
  • Business

    89

  • Couples

    539

  • Solo travel

    27

  • Family

    201

  • Friends getaway

    49

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Emobdiment of Bliss & The Pursuit of Perfection

Reviewed 3 december, 2022

The staff, grounds, room, food and experience was amazing. Four Seasons has a unique ability to anticipate needs and beyond that consistently add small touches through a stay to enhance an experience and create a bond like no other. From the dialogue with the staff at The Break, to the breakfasts at 140 and an engineer (Mike) who was able to troubleshoot IT-related issues with the internet, the staff makes every attempt to go above and beyond. The concierge team is amazing - Lili'u and Jay spent time forwarding ideas and suggestions to enhance experiences. Great resort - even better people. Kudos to Four Seasons - they are not a resort - they are an experience.

JDSoui

A Very Memorable Spring Break Family Vacation in Lanai

Reviewed 23 november, 2022

My family and I had a wonderful family vacation in Lanai. The trip started with a seasonal complimentary Lana'i Air transfer from Honolulu airport. Besides the roller coaster plane ride due to really windy conditions, the airport transfer was very nice and everything was taken cared of from the luggage to boarding. We were the only passengers on the flight to Lana'i so it felt quite special. Upon landing in Lana'i, we were picked up and transported via a Tesla to the hotel which was a good 30 minutes ride through Lana'i City to the seaside resort at Four Seasons Manele Bay. The hotel is plain gorgeous with wood trimming all around. Upon entrance, the hotel just gives you a very relaxing and luxurious feel walking through the lobby and in walking between buildings. Everything from the hotel room to the restaurants including the excellent service all around was as expected from this hotel chain. The staff are always very friendly and very welcoming. The hotel room was elegantly decorated with wood trimmings everywhere. The bathroom was very nice as well with a good size tub and shower. The toilets are quite an experience here as it's an automatic bidet with controls and all (I really got spoiled). We experienced the same at the Four Seasons in Ko Olina, though this one had more bells and whistles. It literally lights up and opens up whenever it senses you're around. We had to close the toilet room door just so the bidet doesn't all of a sudden wake-up when you walk into the bathroom. The best feature of the bathroom is the in-mirror TV. I loved it so much I want one in my bathroom as well hahaha! The only thing that I would do differently next time we stay at his hotel again is to ask for a higher floor room for the same price range. Having a ground floor room was nice as you don't have to contend with walking up/down the stairs. However, the hotel grounds are kept very well which effectively meant there's hotel staff watering the plants just outside your room in the morning which puts a damper on your privacy and peace and quiet if you're outside relaxing in the lanai. The restaurants at the hotel were enough in number and variety of offerings that there was no need to leave the hotel for dining needs. Malibu Farm was always very fresh and offered very good options for poolside dining. Nobu was just excellent - the sushi is very fresh and the innovative dishes were craving-worthy. You cannot just go once to dine at this restaurant. One Forty happened to be the favorite choice for my family as it offered more meal options for my son who was only 11 years old. We dined here quite a bit for breakfast and dinner. We also ordered room service on some days as we just wanted some quiet time to ourselves without the hassle of dressing up for dinner :-) The grounds of the hotel all around is plain gorgeous and relaxing. The family pool area had a couple of jacuzzis nearby which was really nice. The hotel also houses several rescue birds on the property and my son had the pleasure of hosting a couple of them on his arms one day when they visited the pool area. It was such a treat! This hotel gave a couple of Yeti water bottles for guests to use and keep. They had water filling stations around the hotel which was convenient and useful for keeping hydrated around the premises. The pool area has enough shade around. The family pool area is big enough though not as big and vast like the pools in Hualala'i, but it did not feel crowded at all. There is an adults-only pool just nearby though we did not use this at all. We were happy lounging around by the family pool the whole time. There are hiking trails around the property. I went to the one going towards the cliffs which was beautiful, though I didn't climb high up the cliff area as I am acrophobic. There is a nice sandy beach area just a short 5 mins walk from the hotel grounds. There is apparently beach camping as well as I saw tents up during my short hike to take some photos around. We did a couple of island activities during our stay. The Sunset Cruise was really nice off the Lana'i port. It was a nice evening for a 2-hr catamaran ride along the cliffs of Lana'i. We even saw the tails of probably the last mother & calf Humpback whales during the cruise! We also did archery on the island which turned out to be the most fun activity for the three of us to the point that we did it twice! We've not had archery lessons anywhere in the other islands so this was definitely unique and such an enjoyable activity for us! And on the way to archery, we were pleasantly surprised by a herd of deer who ran across the highway right in front of our shuttle - what a treat to see! The spa here is not the greatest considering it's such a prestigious hotel, but the services were excellent regardless. I had a massage one day and a facial on another. Both times were very luxurious and I felt very pampered. I remember dozing off during the facial :-) The staff were very friendly, polite and respectful all around. The spa's After Sun lotion, which is also available as a bath amenity in the hotel room, is really good! My family and I had such a memorable family vacation at Four Seasons Lanai at Manele Bay that we want to come back again hopefully soon! Due to the pandemic, we had to cancel our June 2020 trip, but this trip more than compensated for that. Just maybe this time, we will take the ferry to experience a boat ride into the island for a change.

iryns2015

Nicest Resort in Northern Hemisphere

Reviewed 15 november, 2022

This resort is extremely well maintained and clean to perfection. Looks like it just opened up! Staff was excellent and attentive and friendly. Expensive but well worth the money. Golf course was very good as front 9 is a challenge and back 9 is fun! We will definitely go back there.

Traveling_man58

5 diamond resort 10 star service

Reviewed 25 october, 2022

staff so welcoming restaurants wonderful ocean views spectacular property gorgeous recommend restaurants 140 (for fancier meals) and the Malibu farms more casual both great restaurant 'the break" was grab and go but all had fabulous ocean views

the-duos

Not welcome on property

Reviewed 19 october, 2022

Wow; utter lack of hospitality & "aloha spirit." I suppose they have enough money that they don't want any "riff raff" potentially disturbing their guests. Why not just put up a giant exclusionary wall & be done with it? So I've stayed at this property multiple times in the past - for business, for a wedding & as a family. I'm a "Four Seasons" regular elsewhere too. I was in Lahaina for a brief business trip & opted to take the ferry over to Lanai for a quick day trip as I hadn't been in years and have fond memories of the resort. My intent was a quick stroll along beautiful Hulopo'e beach, a nice lunch at the resort and back on the late afternoon ferry. What could go wrong, right? I was stopped as I neared the resort by an employee who asked if I was a registered guest. I explained that I was not but was planning to have lunch/drinks. He turned me away - nobody other than registered guests allowed on property. What?! I've stopped for meals/drinks at some of the best hotels in the world (including this one) as a non hotel guest and this was a first. I was so surprised by this info that I also called the front desk to inquire... no; nobody allowed to dine there other than registered guests. The only place I could possibly go was the restaurant out by the golf course..."but you need a reservation and a car to get there" (ie, you are neither wanted or able to go there either). Great; so I had brought no food along (not anticipating such an extreme measure) and now had no place to go for it - absolutely ruined day trip. In discussing this with others on the ferry back I was also told that weather had recently precluded regular ferry service back to Lahaina and that a group of people had been stranded overnight on lanai with no way to get back - including families with young children. They ended up in a public building bare bones shelter because this resort refused any assistance (unless they paid the full retail rate) even though they had empty rooms. That says a lot too. I'm sure if pushed this resort will claim that this measure is some "covid precaution" or similar.... but imo that's just an excuse to keep the public out - even a public ready and willing to pay for $20 drinks & a not inexpensive meal - and maintain a closed community of those paying thousands of dollars a night to stay there. Well mission accomplished for them - I will never be back.

MLO1965