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.
- RENOVATED ACCOMODATIONS
All rooms and suites in the Resort will be extensively renovated with updated finishes and furnishings, while maintaining the authentic Hawaiian design of Hualalai. A new bungalow consisting of six oceanfront guest rooms including a suite with a private pool will be added to the existing guest room and suites, providing unobstructed views from its oceanfront location. Renovated accommodations will debut from December 1, 2020 through the end of March 2021.
- 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.Details
- 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.Details
- 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.Details
- 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.Details
- ‘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.Details
Discover a new era of Hualalai, including a newly renovated King's Pond with an educational Marine Center.
KING'S POND AND MARINE CENTER
King’s Pond, Hualalai’s signature 1.8-million-gallon swimmable aquarium, will receive a dramatic update with the addition of a new elevated swimming pool, lounge deck, and Marine Activity Center. Our Natural Resources team of on-site marine biologists provide interactive programming exclusively for Hualalai guests featuring the 4,000 diverse tropical fish living in King's Pond. Guests are invited to spend the day at this spectacular, reimagined pool, watching the fish and marine life, enjoying a gourmet lunch poolside overlooking the ocean, or participating in one of many entertaining and educational experiences.
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
- Snorkel Lessons with a Marine Biologist
Learn the basics of snorkeling and marine biology from an expert in our 1.8-million-gallon, lava-rock aquarium. Stocked with more than 4,000 tropical fish from more than 98 species (including a spotted eagle ray), this free-form pond is full of colour and life.Learn More
- Hawaii by Four Seasons
This one-of-a-kind package combines stays at all four Four Seasons Hawaii Resorts with some of our most exclusive experiences: You’ll soar over volcanoes in a helicopter, swim at hidden beaches and dine under the stars.Learn More
- Local Gems: Our Guide to Hawaii Island
Locals from Four Seasons Resort Hualalai share their favourite spots to eat, shop, and play on the island of Hawaii.Details
- Unpacking List
It’s not the things you take with you that define your journey; it’s the experiences you have and the memories you bring home. Explore the four sensory "souvenirs" our Director of Guest Relations hopes you bring home.Details