Manele Bay Resort Rooms

When planning a beach vacation, there are many important factors to consider. The size of the room is an important one, as it contributes directly to your relaxation. The rooms at the Manele Bay Four Seasons will get any Lanai vacation off to an excellent start. No matter what your preference is for accommodations, there is a room at the resort at Manele Bay to satisfy your desires.

236 rooms and suites make up this private island paradise. Asian-inspired decor brings a sense of tranquility to the design, perfectly mimicking the varied views over the Pacific Ocean and mountains. A relaxed island feel is achieved in the Manele Bay resort rooms by the incorporation of warm golden tones, with accents of cherry and wicker. Lanai is also the Hawaiian word for balcony, and each room opens up to a private terrace, featuring a comfortable daybed, a small dining table, and chairs. With views over the ocean or into the lush garden, all guests can enjoy their vacation among the beauty of nature.

Standard amenities in the Manele Bay resort rooms include a writing desk, LCD television, and internet access. This luxury chain is known for spacious bathrooms, and rooms at the Manele Bay Four Seasons don’t disappoint. With marble his-and-hers sinks, a deep soaking tub, and a separate shower stall, guests will begin and end their day in ultimate luxury. Prime oceanfront rooms feature unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean, a living space, and king-size bed. Any room at the resort at Manele Bay is sure to please, but especially unique options include the Alii suite, a one-bedroom suite with oversize terrace; the Hulopoe suite, perfect for families, and the Manele Bay suite, where full dining and living areas give a formal ambience. The rooms at the Manele Bay Four Seasons are just as stunning as the Hawaiian landscape. Guests at the Four Seasons Manele Bay can also enjoy the hotel's excellent restaurants and spa, as well as access to activities such as snorkeling and golf.

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