The pampering begins the moment you arrive at the resort when you are greeted with a beautiful flower lei. Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay’s 236 rooms and suites each boasts a private balcony, original artwork, and marble baths.
Its two-story buildings reflect a blend of traditional Hawaiian and Mediterranean architectures, with arcaded loggias and sloping roofs. The resort’s formal gardens and multi-level, landscaped courtyards provide a striking contrast to the sea and shore.
V.I.P. Tip: Manele Bay already sits high above the white sand beach of Hulopoe Bay. Book the hotel’s Alii Suite, however, and you’ll truly feel “on top of the world.” The 2,700 square-foot, 1 bedroom suite includes multiple flat screens, and. The suite also features one-and-a-half baths. The view of Lanai’s coast from the 900 square-foot balconies are unmatched.
Like the Alii, all suites come with a full complement of amenities: feather pillows, a hairdryer, ceiling fan, radio, morning newspaper, cable television, in-room safe, iron and ironing board, fully stocked mini-bar, complimentary ice delivered daily, slippers and more. The resort also provides daily housekeeping, evening turndown service, dry cleaning, valet parking, complimentary shoeshine, health club facilities, tennis, a swimming pool with Jacuzzi and more.
Of course, all resort guests have an opportunity to tee off at two of Hawaii’s best golf courses. The Challenge at Manele, designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus, offers a target-style game amid miles of unspoiled natural surroundings. Every hole at The Challenge provides sweeping ocean views. The Experience at Koele also offers thrilling and challenging golf play. Designed by golf great Greg Norman. The course is a combination of upland terrain, landscape architecture, and challenging play.