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Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi, Lodge at Kōele to Open in 2018

January 27, 2017, 8:20 AM HST
* Updated January 31, 4:38 PM
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Garden at the Koele Lodge. File photo by Vanessa Wolf

The Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi, Lodge at Kōele is expected to open in mid- to late-2018 after a series of renovations that began in 2015.

Lori Holland, director of public relations for the resort tells Maui Now that the Lodge will embody a Spa and Wellness concept with renovations continuing to be refined.

She said that Lānaʻi Golf will be offered at the award-winning Mānele Golf course, but that the Kōele Golf Course will not reopen.

The news comes as the resort debuted a luxury airport lounge at the Honolulu International Airport.

The new airport lounge is situated near Gate 24 on the second floor of the Overseas Terminal, and will welcome Four Seasons visitors travelling to and from Lānaʻi.

The airport lounge is situated near Gate 24 on the second floor of the Overseas Terminal, and will welcome Four Seasons visitors travelling to and from Lānaʻi.

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The sophisticated lounge offers resort ambassadors who will assist travelers with check-in, and booking for a variety of land, sea and air excursions, jeep rentals and restaurant reservations.

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Guests of the AAA Five Diamond property can begin their pre-flight island escape at the 1,000-square-foot luxury lounge.

Resort representatives say guests will benefit from a number of complimentary amenities including “food and beverages offerings, luggage holding areas, magazines, newspapers and hi-def televisions in a seamless stay.”

Those seeking hi-tech entertainment or time for productivity can enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi access, multiple charging stations and iPads for use during a visit.

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Travelers can also relax in the lounge on their return trip.

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