The options for dining at the Manele Bay Four Seasons are as varied as the appetites of the guests. Whether in the mood for fine dining, a few hours in the lounge or in-room dining, the Four Seasons uses their expertise to give guests what they want, with a Hawaiian flair. Manele Bay hotel restaurants can be romantic, casual, or lively. For a bit of romance, make a reservation at Ihilani, which translates to heavenly splendor in Hawaiian. This romantic locale overlooking the Pacific Ocean offers contemporary Italian cuisine using the daily catch and fresh island fruits and vegetables.
For those wanting to dine al fresco, the Ocean Bar is another option for dining at the Manele Bay Four Seasons. Serving fresh seafood with an Asian influence, a casual lunch or relaxing dinner can be enjoyed with the Hawaiian breezes. If guests are looking for a place to gather and mingle, Hale Ahe Ahe Lounge is the ideal spot. The open-air sports bar has a large LCD television and opportunity to play pool and enjoy the bar menu. Manele Bay hotel restaurants promise the Four Seasons attention to detail in different types of atmosphere.
Manele Bay Resort Restaurants aren't all very fancy. The Great Hall offers afternoon tea, a variety of appetizers, desserts, and a special hot chocolate menu. Accompanied by local musicians, this casual environment is an easy end to a relaxing day. If guests want to enjoy fine dining in the relaxation and privacy of their own luxurious room or suite, the Four Seasons is pleased to offer an extensive menu day or night. The best of the Manele Bay resort restaurants are on offer in the convenience of guest rooms. Serving breakfast, desserts, or gourmet picnic baskets, there is no reason to leave the comfort of your private terrace to dine well, but guests interested in spending a day hiking or driving their rental car along the Munro Trail can always take their picnics along.
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