The Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Kaʻūpūlehu is located in a secluded private beach along the Kono-Kohala Coast. The resort was designed by the Hill Glazier Architects with original interior design by Wilson and Associates. The Four Seasons Resort Hualalai is the only AAA Five Diamond rated resort on the island of Hawaii, and one of only three in the entire state. It is also among the top 100 of Travel + Leisure’s world’s best resorts in a readers poll from 2007 to 2009. The Condé Naste Traveler has also placed this resort on their “Gold List” for best resorts since 2005; and in 2010, TripAdvisor named the resort as the top celebrity honeymoon hotel destination.
The resort is planted with two-story bungalows that house the 243guest rooms. These bungalows are connected by landscaped paths around pools with the guest rooms designed and decorated with indigenous rattan, bamboo, and lava rock. These guest rooms also feature furnished lanais with ocean, golf course, or garden views. Also, views of the Pacific Ocean and the Island of Maui can be seen on the horizon. Moreover, the guest rooms are fully equipped with entertainment centers in living areas, which include plasma televisions with cable channels, DVD/CD players, clock radios, and MP3 docks. The granite bathrooms are also equipped with deep-soaking bathtubs and separate glass-enclosed showers.
Aside from these amenities, the resort also features two beachfront restaurants and one golf clubhouse restaurant where guests can dine with menus featuring massive island-grown and raised produce such as avocado, goat cheese, red and yellow tomatoes, mushrooms, lobster, white organic honey, and baby abalone. In addition to the sumptuous food, guests can also conduct leisurely activities in the resort’s 18-hole beachfront golf course, 8 outdoor tennis courts, 7 outdoor swimming pools including a children’s pool and an adults-only pool that features day beds, hammocks, a swim-up bar, and a spa tub.
Guests are also encouraged to relax in the resort’s tropical garden spa which features eleven different types of massages and facial treatments. The Ka’upulehu Cultural Center is another feature of the resort which educates guests on Hawaiian culture and history with programs and lessons held throughout the week. Visitors can also take ukelele classes and learn the art of hula and lei making.
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