Four Seasons Resort Lanai

An Oceanside Luxury Resort

Four Seasons Resort Lanai is perched on the cliffs overlooking Hulopoe Bay, offering picture perfect views and an ideal base to explore this amazing island.  Rejuvinate yourself in the spa or enjoy the views with some poolside treatments, tuck into innovative Japanese cuisine in NOBU LANAI while you enjoy panoramic views, then explore the island with everything from hiking to off road 4x4 adventures.

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Manele Bay Cliffs

Hotel highlights

  • Spectacular golf with cliff-side fairways
  • Hookipa Cultural Program
  • Complimentary Snorkel Gear
  • 8 bars and restaurants
  • Polaris UTVs\
  • horseback riding\
  • hiking

Hotel Features

General Information

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  • 213 rooms

Main Facilities

  • Diving
  • Golf
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa facilities
  • Watersports
  • Wifi

Accommodation Type

  • Luxury Collection

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Four Seasons Resort Lanai

  • Beach
  • Walk to Sweetheart Rock
  • Go horse riding through the landscape
  • Take an adrenaline fuelled ATV adventure
940 Reviews 90% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 824
  • Very Good 64
  • Average 24
  • Poor 16
  • Terrible 13

What to Expect

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Jan 24, 2020


Lincoln, Nebraska

It all depends on what you want. If quiet seclusion and beautiful views are your thing. This is your place. If you want night life. Lots of people and tons of things to do and shopping. This is not your place. Typical Four Seasons service and amenities. Highly recommended.
Jan 22, 2020

Poor customer service

San Carlos, California

Note: I have not actually stayed at the hotel..I have a booking for March 2020. However, I want to describe a (very poor) customer service experience. I called the Reservation desk and asked about transportation from the Lanai ferry dock to the hotel, as I planned to take the Ferry from Maui to Lanai to begin my stay. The reservation's agent (who was based at the hotel) told me the transfer fee was $123 (!!!). When I questioned the transfer fee the agent very flippantly transferred me to a manager. I repeated my "story" to the Manager about needing a transfer from the Ferry. Instead of answering my question he handed me back to the original agent. She then told me that fee was really $20 (plus tax...and she emphasized the "plus tax" part). I said that was more reasonable and ended the call. I then went to the Four Seasons web site which states transfers from the Ferry were at no charge. Ok, the agent was wrong. But her phone attitude was very bothersome to me so a day later I called the hotel (this time the Front Desk) and asked to speak to a Manager. I wanted to relay my experience of the previous day with the reservations agent. I was then told that the "manager" was away from her desk but she would call me as soon as she returned. I gave my name and phone number and awaited a callback from the "manager." None came. So, I am pondering whether it is really worth spending $1200 per night at a hotel with staff that care so little about pending customers.
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Only in Lanai Experiences

Dive into Hulopoe Bay, just steps away from the Resort. Here you'll find exceptionally clear water with coral reefs that are virtually undisturbed, making this an exceptional location for snorkelling and diving. It's common to see spinner dolphins and tropical reef fish, and humpback whales pass through during the winter months.


The Four Seasons Resort Lanai has partnered with two charities; the Lanai Cat Sanctuary where volunteers can spend time volunteering, and the Monk Seal Foundation where guests can adopt a monk seal.

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Manele Golf Course

Manele Golf Course boasts unspoiled natural terrain with the Pacific Ocean as a stunning backdrop. The course features three holes on cliffs with the Pacific as a water hazard.

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Choose from the Central or Retreat (adult) pool as an alternative to the beach. Pool attendants regularly offer ice water, chilled towels and other amenities including frosty popsicles, sunscreen and sunglass cleaning.


Relax your body and mind with a selection of massage therapies, skin care, nail services and body and facial treatments, or visit the red-cedar dry-heat saunas or eucalyptus steam rooms.