Four Seasons Lanai

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Lanai City, Hawaii

Four Seasons Lanai

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What it is

A tourist-free hideaway on lush Lanai, stocked with flourishing gardens and lagoon-like pools.

What it isn't

Your granddad’s Hawaii. Adventures on offer include helicoptering over red lava cliffs, off-roading in UTVs, and snorkeling with reef sharks. (It’s enough to make producers from ABC’s “The Bachelor” salivate…)

What we think

Ok, we’ll say it: Hawaii’s overrun. Not so on Lanai, which is 97% owned by Larry Ellison, co-founder of tech firm Oracle. The exclusivity of this atoll is part of what makes it a favorite reprieve of celebrities and boldfaced names, who flock here for needed R&R in hush-hush environs. Rooms here are as enormous as the sky (starting at 663-square-feet), and adorned with indigenous art pieces, high-tech bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling views of the turquoise ocean beyond. You can’t leave without playing at least one round at their Jack Nicklaus-designed waterfront golf course, where lava—yes, lava—is among the many only-in-Hawaii hazards.

You're here because

You’re frankly tired of planning your vacays, and the resort has taken the “what should we do today?” guesswork out of the equation, leaving you free to chillax—and just enjoy. Among your many options: deep-sea fishing for mahi-mahi and Pacific blue marlin, swimming with green sea turtles and dolphins off Hulopoe Beach, and shooting clays meant to mimic quail, pheasant and even rabbits in the lush highlands.

The Moment

Nobu has long been your go-to source for perfectionist’s sushi, whether you’re in New York or La-la-land. But this location is now your favorite—it’s as fresh as fish come. Tonight, you’re going for the 15-course Teppanyaki Experience, complete with Lanai Venison and King Crab kaisen, each bite more tantalizing than the last.

Restaurants & Bars

- NOBU Lanai

- Malibu Farm

- One Forty American Steak, Hawaiian Seafood

- Malibu Farm Bar

- Kope

-Lobby Bar

- NOBU Bar

Frequently Asked Questions about Four Seasons Lanai

Are there two Four Seasons Resorts on Lanai?
Yes. Four Seasons Resort Lanai is a beachfront resort on the island, while Hotel Lanai at Koele is hidden away in a lush corner of Lanai City and is an adults-only Sensei Retreat.
What food and drink options are available at Four Seasons Resort Lanai?
Apart from in-room dining, Four Seasons Resort Lanai offers a variety of different restaurants and bars. Start your day with breakfast at The Break and enjoy a post-golf lunch at Views. Guests can enjoy a sushi dinner with ocean views at the famous Nobu Lanai, or opt for more of a surf and turf dining experience at One Forty. There are also fresh and local flavors available at Malibu Farm, where guests can enjoy their meals poolside. Guests can grab a handcrafted cocktail or local beer at one of the three bars on site: Nobu Bar, Malibu Farm Bar or the Lobby Bar.
What are some of the property amenities at Four Seasons Resort Lanai?
Some of the most popular amenities are two pools, the Hawanawana Spa, three tennis courts, botanical gardens, and the Manele Golf Course. When booking with Skylark, guests can also enjoy a one-time $100 spa credit and daily breakfast for two.
Is Four Seasons Resort Lanai all-inclusive?
While Four Seasons Resort Lanai is not all-inclusive, the Four Seasons Hotel Lanai at Koele, Sensei Retreat is an all-inclusive wellness experience.
Does Four Seasons Resort Lanai provide an airport shuttle?
A complimentary, shared, luxury shuttle service is included with all reservations, including arrival and departure transfers as well as shuttles around the island. Private arrival and departure transfers can also be arranged with the hotel for an additional fee.

Location

Seemingly in the blissful middle of nowhere, yet a zippy 45-minute ferry or plane ride (on Lanai Air) from Honolulu.

1 Manele Bay Rd
Lanai City, 96763
HI, United States