Four Seasons Resort Lanai

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Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi at Mānele Bay is a part of the Toronto-based Four Seasons chain of luxury hotels and resorts, located in Manele, Hawaii on the island of Lānaʻi, which was once Hawaii's largest pineapple plantation.[1] Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi, one of four Hawaiian Four Seasons resorts, includes a golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus.

History[edit]

Opening in October 2005, Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi at Mānele Bay reflects a combination of Mediterranean and Oriental designs. Many of the rooms have large lanais and views of Hulopoʻe Beach, which offers some of the world's best snorkeling. Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi ranks on the World's Top Resorts 2007/2008 by Zagat Survey for overall quality. Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi at Mānele Bay currently houses 236 guest rooms, including 21 private suites.

Amenities[edit]

As with most Four Seasons properties, Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi at Mānele Bay is known for its services and amenities. The resort was constructed with a 7,039 yard, par-72 championship premier golf course, which was designed by Jack Nicklaus. Ranked by Travel + Leisure[2] as one of the world's best courses in 2006, Four Seasons Resort Lana'i was also ranked third best golf resort in Hawaii.[2] Some other amenities include spa services, pools, and fitness facilities.

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Coordinates: 20°44′30″N 156°53′47″W / 20.74167°N 156.89639°W / 20.74167; -156.89639