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Four Seasons Lana'i

(808) 565-2000

Lana'i, HI 
Discover where a turquoise bay meets the lush verdant upcountry.  Experience fresh ocean breezes matched by perfumed tradewinds.  Exploring an untouched island playground has never been easier.  Set cliffside, overlooking a protected marine preserve, Four Seasons Resort Lana`i at Manele Bay is a romantic retreat offering tennis and championship golf, including some of the finest watersports in the world such as snorkeling, diving, surfing, kayaking and deep sea fishing.  With fresh ocean breezes and cascades of lush tropical foliage - your time at Four Seasons Resort Lana`i at Manele Bay will be enchanting.  

The Resort's tennis activities are managed by worls-renowned Peter Burwash International, promoting "fun, fitness and knowledge."   The Resort's tennis facilities include three outdoor Premier Cushion hard courts with the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop.  The tennis program includes daily morning clinics, drill sessions, cardio tennis, weekly tennis mixers, private lessons and game-matching.
Off the Court
Discover an ocean-side paradise bordering a marine preserve that teems with colourful reef fish and protected species such as green sea turtles and spinner dolphins. Laze on the white-sand beach or golf on two world-ranked courses. Explore this untouched island playground, and experience your own private Hawaii.
Accommodations and Dining
Evoking a relaxed island feel, the Resort’s 236 spacious guest rooms – including 21 suites – feature warm golden tones enhanced by rich cherry and rustic wicker furnishings along with tropical accents and East Asian influences. All rooms open to a private lanai – Hawaiian for a terrace or balcony – furnished with an inviting daybed, small dining table and two chairs. Views encompass lushly landscaped gardens or Hulopo‘e Bay and the Pacific Ocean.

Standard amenities include a rattan writing desk, dual-line telephones with voice mail, an entertainment centre with a 40-inch (101-centimetre) LCD television and DVD player, and high-speed Internet access. Deeply comfortable Four Seasons beds feature a custom two-poster headboard with a hand-carved pineapple motif, the symbol of Lana‘i. Spacious bathrooms offer signature Four Seasons features: a marble double-basin vanity, deep soaking tub and separate glass-enclosed shower stall.

A wide variety of dining experiences are available:
Hulopo‘e Court - Serving breakfast and dinner. Dining room overlooks Hulopo’e Bay. Menu offers Hawaiian cuisine with Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino influences.

Ihilani - Romantic restaurant serving Italian dishes with seafood and island fruits and vegetables. Reservations recommended.

Dining Room - Extensive wine list paired with dishes that bring classical techniques together with modern variations. Serving dinner. Reservations recommended.

Terrace - Breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus include American dishes with traditional Hawaiian influences. Overlooking gardens and the Reflecting Pond.

Ocean Grill - Fresh local seafood with Asian influences. Oceanfront, next to outdoor pool. Serving lunch, dinner, and evening cocktails.

The Challenge at Manele Clubhouse - Light fare served at a cliffside location next to the Challenge at Manele golf course.

The Experience at Koele Clubhouse - American dishes with island influences. Light fare. Located at the first hole of the The Experience at Koele golf course.

Hale Ahe Ahe Lounge - Sports bar with ocean views and 46-inch LCD TV.

Tea Room Bar - Serving creative cocktails. Located at the lobby level of the Lodge at Koele.

Great Hall - Afternoon tea, hot chocolate menu, cocktails and coffee. Live entertainment each evening.
Rates and Offers vary depending on season and weekday/weekend stays. Go online to for the best available rate and special package deals. 
More Details
Kids' Stuff:
The Kids For All Seasons programme at Four Seasons Resort Lana'i at Manele Bay is called the Pilialoha Keiki Camp. Pilialoha means "close friendship and beloved companionship" in Hawaiian – something we would like to share with all guests.

The programme offers a full range of organised indoor and outdoor activities for children aged 5 to 12 years. Intended to encourage children to appreciate Lana'i's unique environment, the programme teaches children about Hawaii. They learn about petroglyphs, the spirit of aloha and how the Hawaiian islands were formed. They can even build their own erupting volcano, go hunting for lizards or watch a keiki (child) hula show.

Children are welcome in the day programme at any time – no reservations are required. Evening events are offered seasonally and reservations are highly recommended. Customised themed evening events are available for groups of eight or more upon request. All programmes offer children the opportunity to explore and appreciate Hawaii's natural beauty. Please contact the Concierge for schedule details.

Getting There:  
Air transportation: Lana'i Airport is located off Kaumalapau Highway approximately 3 miles (4.8 kilometres) west of Lana'i City, and features a paved runway 5,000 feet (1,524 metres) long and 150 feet (45.7 metres) wide. It has facilities to accommodate up to three corporate jets. I

sland Air offers scheduled daily non-stop services between Lana'i City, Honolulu and Kahului. Convenient charter services from all islands to Lana'i are offered by Island Air, Hawaiian Airlines, Marjet, Maui Air, Mokulele Air, Paragon Air, WT Air, Royal Hawaiian Air Service, Sunshine Helicopters, InterIsland Airways and Pacific Wings.

Ferry: The Expeditions passenger ferry offers daily services between Lahaina, Maui and the Manele Small Boat Harbor on Lana'i. Transfers to Four Seasons Resort Lana'i at Manele Bay are provided for registered guests with applicable fees.

Services provided by the Hotel: Scheduled shuttle service is available between Four Seasons Resort Lana'i at Manele Bay and the airport, ferry terminal, Lana'i City and Four Seasons Resort Lana'i, The Lodge at Koele. Fees apply. To explore the backroads of Lana'i, the Concierge can assist with car rental. Remember that only 30 miles (48 kilometres) of Lana'i's roads are paved, so for serious exploring, a four-wheel-drive vehicle is in order.