Naupaka Spa & Wellness
Inspired by ancient Hawaiian healing traditions, the Naupaka Spa & Wellness Centre offers innovative and luxurious treatments, complemented by local indigenous practices. Choose from facials, body treatments and massages.
Expansive in scale, this four-level Oahu day spa encompasses over 35,000 square feet (3,252 square metres), including indoor and outdoor treatment rooms. Feel a constant connection to Hawaiian beauty and tranquillity at Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina.
|Daily||7:30 am – 7:30 pm|
|35,000||sq ft (3,251 m2) spa facility|
|17||Total Treatment Rooms|
|3||Muliwai Healing Hales|
Redefining the luxury spa experience, Naupaka perpetuates the area's mana, rich in energy, by infusing native plants and salts, indigenous art forms and hand carved design throughout all areas of spa.
HAWAIIAN HEALING THERAPIES | Mana ‘Aina
Ola (Life, Health and Well-Being) treatments call upon ancient Hawaiian healing wisdom, utilizing Hawaiian plants and the right intention during a spa service. Ola Tropical Apothecary’s signature products are handmade in Hawaii exclusively using locally grown and wild-crafted Hawaiian and Polynesian ingredients.
RELAXATION WITH A VIEW
The Spa and Wellness Centre opens up to lush gardens – a calming backdrop to a relaxing spa facility. Guests can enjoy an outdoor massage treatment in a well-appointed private hale or cabana.
BARBERSHOP | To Shave Or Not To Shave
Enjoy a traditional shave or haircut in our Barber Shop, located within the men's area on the second floor. Our master barbers offer distinctive services that unite classic barbering traditions with the luxury of an upscale modern men’s grooming lounge.
YAMAGUCHISALON | Be In Your Own Element
As a devoted practitioner of feng shui, international and celebrity stylist Billy Yamaguchi was the first to integrate it into the beauty and wellness industry. Enjoy the feng shui adaptation through our holistic approach to products coupled with Four Seasons personalized service.
KEIKI O KA ‘AINA THERAPIES | Children Of The Land
The passing of knowledge from older generations to newer ones is an integral part of many cultures. Language, values and traditions hold communities together. Educating keiki (children) in healing traditions connects them with their ‘ohana (family) and teaches the necessity of self-care and body awareness to help them function in everyday life.
In-depth, deluxe facials use Hawaiian techniques to deeply hydrate and restore a healthy glow to the face and neck’s sensitive skin.