Guests have beach and dining privileges at Four Seasons Resort Lana'i at Manele Bay
Popular for executive retreats
Parking on site
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Upcountry plantation-style on Hawaii's pristine Lana'i with championship golf and horseback riding
Tiny Lana’i is a private island with no stoplights, two world-class golf courses and two Four Seasons resorts that work in perfect concert with one another. Perched in the central highlands amid Cook Island pines, the Lana’i Lodge at Koele is the island’s upcountry escape with 102 rooms and suites done in a luxe country style, all with verandas looking over manicured lawns and lush tropical gardens. After a day of horseback riding or hiking, relax with a massage in the spa or have the therapist come to your suite. Dinner is served in the elegant Dining Room — think local seafood and produce grown on property. Round out your vacation with a beachy stay at the Four Seasons sister resort in Manele Bay.
In the Area
Like Four Seasons’ two Lana’i resorts, the island’s two golf courses work in perfect symbiosis. Inland, The Experience at Koele offers stunning views of mountains and lush greens, with a cooler climate, wooded slopes, terraced water hazards and the ocean in the distance. It’s a dramatic contrast to The Challenge at Manele, built on lava outcroppings above the crashing surf of Hulopo’e Bay where the Pacific Ocean is a water hazard and tee shots must clear natural gorges, ravines and rocks.