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Four Seasons Maui Adds Underwater Art Exhibit

April 12, 2016, 10:33 AM HST
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Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea. File photo credit: Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea.

Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea. File photo credit: Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea.

Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea has added an underwater photography exhibition to its list of complimentary extras during the resort’s Grown-Up Spring Break, set for April 13 through June 19, 2016.

The Cesere Brothers, the award-winning underwater fine art photography duo, will feature their work weekly, submerged in the resort’s adults-only pool.

Guests are invited to view the underwater gallery by strolling poolside or by taking a dip, to get a closer look.

The art show will be part of an afternoon pool party at the resort’s illustrious adults-only Serenity Pool.

Bi-weekly pool parties at the adult pool join a Grown-Up Spring Break calendar that also includes local craft beer tastings, cooking demos, sushi-making classes, trunk shows, morning yoga, snorkeling, outrigger canoe paddling and more.


Guests will also enjoy the resort’s popular fitness class—stand-up paddleboard yoga—on a complimentary basis exclusively for this time period.


For those who want to explore more of Maui, the resort’s concierge team will tailor personalized itineraries, including anything from exhilarating helicopter tours to picturesque sunset sails.

The Forbes Five-Star Resort is offering Grown-Up Spring Break room rates starting at $499 with no resort fee and a busy schedule of activities, many of which are complimentary.

The resort is also doubling its “Experience More” package, allowing guests to receive up to $100 in daily resort credit, which can be applied toward the spa, boutiques and award-winning restaurants.


Grown-Up Spring Break provides an escape for couples, friends or single travelers looking to take advantage of the resort’s best value of the year and more.

To make reservations, call 1 (800) 334-MAUI (6284) or email [email protected].

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