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Evoking a relaxed island feel, the Resort's 236 spacious guest rooms – including 21 suites – feature warm golden tones enhanced by rich cherry and rustic wicker furnishings along with tropical accents and East Asian influences. All rooms open to a private lanai – Hawaiian for a terrace or balcony – furnished with an inviting daybed, small dining table and two chairs. Views encompass lushly landscaped gardens or Hulopo'e Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
Standard amenities include a rattan writing desk, dual-line telephones with voice mail, an entertainment centre with a 40-inch (101-centimetre) LCD television and DVD player, and high-speed Internet access.
Deeply comfortable Four Seasons beds feature a custom two-poster headboard with a hand-carved pineapple motif, the symbol of Lana'i. Spacious bathrooms offer signature Four Seasons features: a marble double-basin vanity, deep soaking tub and separate glass-enclosed shower stall.
At Four Seasons, you enjoy a unique vantage point from which to explore the sights, sounds and experiences around you. Begin with a tour of the Resort's art collection, then visit a nearby beach, go on a hiking excursion or take a day trip to Maui or Molokai. For a spectacular view of the island's varied landscape and scenic beauty, a helicopter tour offers a unique and exhilarating experience. We hope the highlights of local attractions below help simplify your planning. Please let us know how else we can assist you.
The island of Lana'i has a rich and interesting history dating back to the 1500s, when the mischievous son of a Maui chief moved to the island.
James Dole purchased the entire island in 1922 and turned it into a pineapple plantation, which eventually came to grow three quarters of the world's pineapples. Lana'i became known as the "Pineapple Island."
With the decrease in the price of pineapples in the 1980s, the plantation closed and Lana'i has since re-emerged as a world-class vacation destination.