Make It Memorable, Make It Yours
Hawaii has many faces, all of them teeming with beauty and life. While natural wonders and vibrant local culture can be found no matter where you stay, our collection of Hawaii resorts makes it easy to find a setting that feels as though it was plucked from your daydreams. So whether you’d like to hike to hidden waterfalls, snorkel in secluded coves, learn to strum a song on the ukulele or just relax on a sunny beach without a care in the world, let Four Seasons take you there.
For Body and Soul
In Hawaii, tuning in to mana ‘aina – the spirit of the land – is an essential part of life. The dedicated experts at each of our resort spas can help guide you through unique, nature-inspired treatments and experiences. Relax as aloe vera and mamaki leaf cool your sun-drenched skin in Oahu, embark on a bespoke wellness program at Hualalai Spa, or meditate on the calming ocean breeze as you enjoy a massage in a traditional open-air hale hau next to Wailea Beach. If you’re feeling adventurous, try high-flying AntiGravity® Aerial Yoga in Lanai.Details
A Family Vacation to Remember
Hawaii is a playground for all ages. Spy humpback whales splashing through Auau Channel, learn the hula, go stargazing at Mauna Kea, or fill your days with swimming and shave ice — there's no shortage of things to do with kids at Four Seasons. Not sure where to start? We can plan out age-specific itineraries tailored to your family.Details
What’s the best Hawaiian island for a honeymoon? Depends on who you ask. Thrill-seeking couples might want to explore Lanai’s rugged back roads in a 4x4. Or perhaps oysters and Champagne enjoyed on the beach in Maui is more your speed. If you ask us, sunset cocktails taste even sweeter on a sailboat in Oahu, while an evening soak in your private outdoor whirlpool on your villa’s terrace in Hualalai is pretty hard to beat. But remember, Hawaii isn’t just for newlyweds, it’s for anyone in love.Details
Natural Beauty Is Par for the Course
You’ll find some of the best Hawaii golf courses right here at Four Seasons. Tee off on fairways set against dramatic black lava at the Jack Nicklaus–designed Hualalai Golf Course, or perfect your swing on the challenging Manele Golf Course as you aim over natural gorges and ravines. You can also take your pick from the three distinct courses at Wailea Golf Club, or opt for a private lesson with PGA Master Claude Brousseau at the renowned Ko Olina Golf Academy.Details
Yes, the landscape is idyllic, but what makes Hawaii so irresistible is the rich culture based on love, compassion and community, all of which you’ll find at Four Seasons. Hear about Hawaii's fascinating history from the islands' elders as part of our resort cultural programs. Practise lei-making, master a song on the ukulele, or join us for a nightly torch-lighting ritual and blowing of the pu (conch shell) at sunset, a guest favourite.Details
Book a suite at a Four Seasons Hawaii resort and benefit from complimentary access to Private Suites at Los Angeles International Airport (PS LAX). Offering a hygienic and stress-free way to travel, PS LAX is located in a private terminal, with back door access to your commercial flight, seamless security screenings and luxury amenities. (Note: PS LAX service is for up to four people, and any additional person is USD 500. Terms and conditions apply. Please contact your Four Seasons resort to ensure your suite qualifies, and for more information.)
Explore What Aloha Means to You, With Us
Four Seasons Resort Hualalai
Get ready for adventure on the Big Island. Surrounded by white-sand beaches and black lava landscapes, our Hualalai resort is a natural sanctuary on the exclusive Kona-Kohala coast.
Four Seasons Resort Lanai
Set on Hawaii’s smallest inhabited island, our oceanfront Lanai resort is a private playground filled with lagoon-style pools and lush botanical gardens. Looking for something a little off the beaten path? You’ll find it here.
Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina
Discover your very own place of joy from our expansive oceanfront setting on the wild and rugged western shore of Oahu, a short drive from both the bustling capital of Honolulu and the island’s laid-back surf towns.