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      Four Seasons Resort


      Oceanfront Splendour in Perfect Harmony With Nature
      72-100 Ka`upulehu Drive, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 96740 U.S.A.

      Surrounded by white-sand beaches and black-lava landscapes, Four Seasons Resort Hualalai is perfectly situated for all kinds of island adventures. The spirit of Hawaii, from its long-held traditions to its inspired art, informs every detail of our idyllic retreat.


      • Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa seating area, large round wood table, open wall to patio
        Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa

        In Hawaiian legend, Hawaii Loa discovered the Islands and was their first king, with Hualalai as his queen. Taking its inspiration from the royals, this stunning, three-bedroom villa lets you walk directly onto the beach or watch the humpback whales swim past your private whirlpool.

      • Makaloa Villa yellow patio chairs by curved plunge pool overlooking ocean, beach
        Makaloa Villa

        Experience romantic seclusion in this three-bedroom villa with ocean views, nestled within the gardens at the edge of the Waiakauhi Pond. Exuding the comfort and ambience of a Hawaiian beach home, the villa is named after the local makaloa plant.

      • Ho'onanea Villa living room wicker sofa, cushioned chairs by open wall, ocean view
        Ho‘onanea Villa

        Named after the Hawaiian word for “relax,” this island-inspired villa offers direct beach access and a furnished terrace. Watch the waves break from your bedroom and catch the sunset from your private whirlpool.

      • Ocean-View Deluxe Room bed with gold silk sash, pillows, gold chairs by wood patio shutters
        Ocean-View Deluxe Room

        Upper-level rooms feature their own balconies, while lower-level suites provide outdoor, lava-rock showers – the choice is yours, though all come with front-row ocean views and spacious living areas.

      • ‘Anelakai Suite plush white chaise, round leather footstool by open wood patio shutters
        ‘Anelakai Suite

        You’ll be tempted to spend the entire day lounging on the private lawn, dipping into your own plunge pool or wandering a few steps to the ocean from this suite, perfect for romantic getaways.

      featured offer
      Experience More – Nightly Resort Credit

      Receive a Resort credit of up to USD 200.

      A couple walks along the beach in Hualalai near Four Seasons Resort Hualalai
      • offer valid for: Jan 6 2020 – Dec 18 2020
      • minimum stay: 3 nights


      • USD 200 Resort credit per paid night in a Superior Suite – Ocean Golf View; Superior Suite – Poolside View; Superior Suite – Ocean View; Superior Suite – Prime Ocean View; Superior Suite – Oceanfront; Deluxe Suite – Ocean View; or Deluxe Suite – Prime Ocean View
      • USD 100 Resort credit per paid night in an Ocean-View Room; Prime Ocean-View Room; Ocean-View Deluxe Room; or Oceanfront Room
      • USD 50 Resort credit per paid night in Ocean Golf-View Room; Poolside Room; or Partial Ocean-View Room
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      Kona by Private jet

      Board the all-new Jet for an around-the-world journey like no other, and stop in Kona for exclusive experiences including a drive over lava flows to a volcano and a guided tour of the area’s finest organic coffee farm.

      Explore Hawaiian Culture

      Discover the island’s vibrant traditions through ancient Hawaiian games, crafting projects and hula lessons.

      Ka‘upulehu Cultural Center

      From ukulele lessons to historic star navigation, immerse yourself in Hawaii’s cultural history.

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      Every day, I get to share genuine ‘aloha’ with our guests.

      Earl Kamakaonaona Regidor Cultural Center Manager

      Hualalai by Four Seasons

      Ka‘upulehu, where the Resort stands today, was an ancient Hawaiian fishing village where our ancestors were able to sustain life using our natural resources. It is important that guests understand the value of preserving our land and sea, so future generations may have respect and feel ‘aloha’ for this place.

      David Chai Director of Natural Resources


      • Complimentary perks, best rate guaranteed and personalized service when you book with us.
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