Four Seasons Resort Lanai
When Larry Ellison, owner of the Four Seasons Resort Lanai, decided it was time to re-imagine the look of the resort and redefine the guest experience, he spared no expense. The resort closed in June 2015 for the comprehensive lobby-to-roof renovation. The multi-million dollar transformation of the 90,000-acre property on secluded Hulopo‘e Bay left no part of the resort untouched.
Inspired by Hawai‘i’s diverse flora and fauna, the luxurious interior design elements include mahogany floors, hand-woven area rugs and walls lined with artisan-produced Nepalese lokta paper with teak and zebrawood edging. The 217 redesigned guest rooms and 51 suites also feature fully integrated and intuitive lighting, temperature, service and privacy controls as well as highly responsive in-room technology, including 75-inch, platinum-bezel LED television panels for unparalleled in-room entertainment. The natural themes in-room are an extension of the outdoor common areas, where gardens of lush, tropical foliage are the backdrop for outdoor art and sculpture. The resort will also debut upgraded landscaping featuring native Hawaiian plants and a new restaurant and pool complex when it reopens this February.
Following its comprehensive lobby-to-roof renovation, The Four Seasons Resort Lanai will debut 217 redesigned guest rooms, sophisticated dining experiences, a newly imagined spa, high-end boutiques and a luxury transfer fleet.