Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea is a five-star resort and part of Four Seasons luxury hotels and resorts. Four Seasons Resort Maui, the only AAAFive Diamond Award and Mobil Five-Star Award winning Hawaiian resort, is home to four restaurants and bars, including an outpost of celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck's Mobil Four-Star rated Spago. Four Seasons Resort Maui is located near the Wailea Beach on the Island of Maui, which is the second largest of the islands in the Hawaiian archipelago.
Constructed in 1990, Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea has recently undergone a $50 million renovation to add technology for guestrooms, a new restaurant, and an art museum. Four Seasons Resort Maui was the first Four Seasons resort ever built. Four Seasons Resort Maui currently houses 380 guest rooms and suites.
The resort has three par-72 championship golf courses, one of which hosted the ConAgra LPGA Skins Game in 2003. The Spago Restaurant, with a Wolfgang Puck menu, was awarded a Four-Star ranking by Mobil Travel. The resort offers two more restaurants, including DUO Steak and Seafood. Some other amenities include spa services, two pools, and fitness facilities.