Four Seasons Resort Lanai has debuted its multimillion-dollar renovation, which includes upgrades across the entire property, which is located on a secluded 90,000-acre Hawaiian island nine miles from Maui.
The complete renovation included all 217 guestrooms and suites, the lobby, and the spa, along with the addition of the Nobu Lanai restaurant, new luxury retail offerings, and the new Pro Shop at the 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Manele Golf Course.
Fully integrated and intuitive lighting, temperature, service, and privacy controls offer a highly responsive in-room technology experience that presents a 75 inch, platinum bezel LED television panel for unparalleled in-room entertainment along with wearable key wristbands to allow maximum flexibility during activities on island; Blu-ray players, in-room iPad Airs and a mobile app connecting guests to a variety of information and services including complimentary access to more than 3,000 newspapers.
A contemporary island-inspired aesthetic predominates the property, which features art and sculptures curated from the South Pacific. Teak and zebra wood walls, artisan-crafted Nepalese lokta paper, and mahogany floors with wool area rugs highlight interiors.
New pool experiences complete the transformation, featuring an adults-only oasis with private sanctuaries and a lagoon-style pool experience, while new dining outlets and services ensure perfection is poolside. These investments, along with the addition of a luxury transfer fleet and an exclusive airport lounge in Honolulu, pave the way for the Resort to offer the highest standards of hospitality, highly personalised service and innovative enhancements to guests who appreciate only the very best.
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