The Hawaiian Islands | Lanai

Lanai is one of the smallest and most secluded of the Hawaiian Islands, yet it's full of surprises.
Known as the ‘Pineapple Isle’, this alluring island blends sophistication with spectacular natural beauty ranging from the beachcomber’s paradise of Shipwreck Beach to sensational underwater lava sea caves.

Lanai is 98% privately owned by The Lanai Company (of Dole Plantation fame), and they have developed the island as an exclusive resort destination, with just two very unique hotels. The Lodge at Keole is located up-country at the edge of the mountains, offering a very different flavour of Hawaii, alongside the famous 'Experience at Koele' championship golf course.

Enjoying an oceanfront settling is the Menele Bay Resort where you can indulge in water sports like sailing, fishing and scuba diving. If you prefer dry land, try your hand on the other championship golf courses on the island, 'The Challenge at Manele'.

Easily accessible by road is Shipwreck Beach on the North side of the island. It's an eight mile stretch of sand that makes for wonderful beach-combing.

Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay




This luxury secluded hotel, set on a dramatic coastline, offers a private paradise for guests in the 236 superbly-appointed rooms and suites. Beautifully furnished, rooms feature a spacious bathroom with marble vanity, bath tub and separate shower and a private lanai with views of the gardens or water. With layered gardens, a profusion of colourful tropical plants and superb waterfalls, this hotel offers the perfect escape from everyday cares.


The resort has one of the world's greatest golf courses, the Jack Nicklaus-designed Challenge at Manele, as well as the Spa at Manele for those who want to relax. For the more adventurous, Lanai has some of the best waters in Hawaii for snorkelling, scuba diving and sailing. You can also swim where spinner dolphins play, or explore the legendary caves and royal fishing waters of King Kamehameha. Enjoy a leisurely dinner of steak or seafood at One Forty, Japanese cuisine by world renowned chef Nubo Matsuhisa at Nobu Lanai, contemporary Italian cuisine at Kailani or casual fare at The Sports Lounge.


From £180 per person per night based on twin occupancy of a Garden View room. Other room categories available on request. 

A charge of $47.50 per person will be levied upon check-out for the round trip transfers provided from the airport.

Special Offers

4th Night Free January 4th to December 19th 2014 in a selection of guestrooms and suites.

Breakfast & Golf Packages are available January 4th to December 19th 2014. Call for full details.


Four Seasons Resort Lana’i at Manele Bay is currently undergoing an enhancement project involving the west wing guestrooms and Nobu restaurant, expected to complete by October 2014. Throughout the project the west wing guestrooms and Nobu restaurant will be closed, however no other hotel facilities are expected to be disrupted.

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