There are many great resorts to choose from on the Big Island, but none is
as exclusive as the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Kaupulehu. Situated
between the Pacific Ocean and a stunning Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course,
the Four Seasons Hualalai enjoys a privileged location. Unlike some of the other
resorts, the Four Seasons offers direct access to sandy beaches, not just
lava-rock ones. This encourages guests to take advantage of a range of beach-related
activities without having to travel far from their hotel.
The protected cove area on the beach at the Four Seasons Hualalai Resort is ideal for swimming, as is the resort's main pool, which is just one of five spectacular pools to choose from on the grounds. Three delectable restaurants and three attractive bars also figure among the extensive facilities at the upscale Four Seasons Hualalai, and live nightly entertainment helps keep guests entertained after the sun goes down.
The luxurious Four Seasons Resort Hualalai is an ideal place to stay on the
Big Island if a little pampering is what you have in mind. While relaxing poolside,
you can order food and beverages and have them delivered by an attendant. You
can also visit the renowned spa for a relaxing and rejuvenating treatment. Should
you be up for a little adventure between pool and spa sessions, the resort's
King's Pond is a great place to go snorkeling. Carved out of lava rock, this
saltwater and freshwater hole is ideal for swimming and snorkeling, and it's
full of interesting marine life that doesn't bite.
Because you're so close to Kona
when staying at the Four Seasons on the Big Island, you can also book a number
of adventurous tours and excursions, including whale
watching cruises and deep-sea fishing
outings. Back on the immaculate grounds of the Four Seasons Hualalai, the stunning
18-hole golf course provides plenty of adventure itself. Even if your game falls
apart on the Jack Nicklaus signature Hualalai Golf Course, the ocean views are
sure to make for a memorable golfing experience. Once your round is over, getting
drinks or food at the elegant clubhouse is always an option. Dining is among
the many pleasures to be had at the Four Seasons on the Big Island, and you'll
be happy to know that the main restaurant, Pahu i'a, has garnered quite a few
The Four Seasons Resort at Hualalai specializes in attention to detail and the desire to deliver a high level of overall quality, and the 243 rooms and suites here are nothing short of impressive. All boast ocean views, as well as furnished private balconies and an elegant tropical decor. Highlights among the in-room amenities include luxury bedding, a flat-screen plasma TV, a DVD player, a CD player, a clock radio, a safe, and plush bathrobes. Twice-daily maid service helps keep the rooms and suites tidy, and internet access is available for a fee. There is an array of different room and suite configurations to choose from at the Four Seasons Hualalai, and if you have room in the budget, the extra-spacious and private Hualalai Villa is worth securing.
It's all about the good life at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Kaupulehu, and this upscale lodging option is sure to please everyone in the group. The extensive children's program will keep the kids entertained, and while the little ones are busy, parents can escape to the spa or play tennis on one of the resort's premium courts. Staying busy during your stay at the Four Seasons on the Big Island won't be an issue, and complete relaxation can also be the name of the game if that's what you have in mind.