Four Seasons Resort Lāna‛i Now Open
The Four Seasons Resort Lāna‛i is now open following the completion of an eight month multi-million-dollar renovation project at the Mānele Bay property.
The resort is owned by billionaire Lawrence “Larry” Ellison, who purchased a majority of the 90,000 acre island in 2012.
Ellison joined Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa, Lāna‛i Councilmemeber G. Riki Hokama, and other company executives in unveiling the property during a ceremony this week.
According to a resort press release, the property features 217 guestrooms and more than 50 suites, as well as lobbies and seating areas, dining options, a spa and wellness program, luxury retail boutiques and an 18-hole ocean-view Jack Nicklaus Signature Mānele Golf Course.
Restaurants on the property include: ONE FORTY, NOBU LĀNA‛I, VIEWS at Manele Golf and Sports Bar
“We are delighted to share a unique destination experience with rich culture, diverse landscapes and limitless options for relaxation and adventure here on Lāna‛i,” said Tom Roelens, General Manager, Four Seasons Resorts Lāna‛i in a press release announcement. “As a first, we offer guests the opportunity to experience Lānaʻi by Four Seasons through a number of activities curated by the Resort, in true Four Seasons style.
In celebration, the Resort is offering a Stay Longer – Fourth Night Free limited time special.