Four Seasons Resort Maui
The Maile Suite
According to Hawaiian tradition, the maile leaf lei was the lei for people of all classes and all occasions. Similarly, the Maile Suite at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea offers an experience that anyone would enjoy—after all, everyone deserves a taste of the good life every now and then.
Located on the seventh floor of the resort, the 5,000-square-foot Maile Suite offers three bedrooms with six interconnecting lanais that front the Pacific Ocean. The floor-to-ceiling windows provide magnificent ocean views, and during whale season (December through May) humpbacks are commonly spotted from this vantagepoint.
The living area includes a formal living room with a separate TV area and office (which comes with a computer complete with high-speed Internet access). Among the entertainment amenities are a 50-inch flat-screen television with DVD player; a stereo system with CD player; and an extensive music and movie library.
The decor features deep and elegant hues, with exotic woods, locally crafted furnishings and artwork that reflects an indigenous flavor. The dining room seats up to 10 guests and features an adjoining butler’s kitchen. Each bedroom is large enough to accommodate a comfortable seating area as well as a 42-inch flat-screen TV with DVD player. The marble master bedroom includes a deep soaking tub with whirlpool and a separate eucalyptus rain shower. In addition, a guest powder room is located off the foyer.
The nightly rate for the Maile Suite is $8,700.
The Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea is an award-winning resort located on Maui’s sunny south coast. The property houses 377 guestrooms (including 75 suites) and offers three fine dining restaurants, championship golf (five courses are located within 10 minutes of the property); the Wailea Tennis Centre and an exclusive spa that features 13 treatment rooms and three oceanside Hawaiian kiosks. The resort also has shops, a children’s program and more than 35,000 square feet of indoor meeting and function space.
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