92-1001 Olani Street, Kapolei, Hawaii 96707 U.S.A.

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Join us in Ko Olina and find your very own place of joy. Our beachfront island Resort sits on Oahu’s wild and rugged western coast, where vast ocean views and lively pools and lagoons provide the setting for an unforgettable adventure. Take the family for a ride on an outrigger canoe, splash around in the turquoise waters of our white-sand beach, play a round of golf as you weave through waterfalls at Ko Olina Golf Club, or spend the day reconnecting with your inner self at Naupaka Spa & Wellness Centre. Whatever the perfect vacation looks like to you, we’ve got it here – mai ka la hiki a ka la kau (“from sunrise to sunset”) and long into the star-filled night.


  • Penthouse Suite large patio dining table, seating area under white pergola, blue sky
    Penthouse Suite

    Forbes called it “the most dramatic of all hotel suites on any of the Hawaiian Islands.” And we’d have to agree. You’ll find this two-bedroom pied-à-terre up on our 17th floor, where an expansive private terrace lets you take in incredible ocean views all day long, and spacious interiors offer plenty of room for family or friends.

  • Presidential Suite patio with large wicker chairs, parquet floors, umbrellas, ocean view
    Presidential Suite

    This fourth-floor, two-bedroom suite exudes laid-back sophistication, with every single room in the suite showcasing full ocean views to match their one-of-a-kind styling, coupled with private access to the rooftop Sky Terrace and Lounge.

  • Pacific Suite open to wall to patio with stone plunge pool, lounge chairs, ocean views
    Pacific Suite

    Banana-leaf wall coverings and traditionally inspired décor add a bit of authentic Hawaiian culture to both the bedroom and living area, while a private outdoor lanai and plunge pool make this suite perfect for romantic getaways.

  • Oceanfront Suite living room with L-shaped sofa, chair on carpet, shutters on patio door
    Oceanfront One-Bedroom Suite

    Leave the lanai doors open as you rest on your customized Four Seasons Bed after an action-packed day in the sun, and let the calming sounds of the ocean lull you and your family to sleep in this tropical home away from home.

  • Oceanfront Junior Suite corner of bed behind living room, sofa facing open sliding patio doors
    Oceanfront Junior Suite

    Our pools and sunny, white-sand beach lie right outside your balcony in these west-facing suites, each featuring an oversized, spa-like bathroom to wash away the salt after splashing around in the waves.

featured offer
Experience More – Resort Credit

Receive a nightly credit of up to USD 200 to experience oceanfront dining, decadent spa treatments, and more.

Spa Hale Couples Room side-by-side in pavillions with open sliding wood shutters
  • offer valid for: Jul 25 2021 – Aug 22 2021
  • minimum stay: 2 nights maximum stay: 30 nights


  • USD 50 Resort credit with each paid night in a Resort Room, Garden-View Room, Ocean-View Room, Oceanfront Room, Prime Corner Oceanfront Room or Deluxe Room with Outdoor Spa Tub
  • USD 100 Resort credit with each paid night in a Resort Junior Suite or Oceanfront Junior Suite
  • USD 200 Resort credit with each paid night in a Mountain-View One-Bedroom Suite, Ocean-View One-Bedroom Suite, Oceanfront One-Bedroom Suite or Prime Oceanfront One-Bedroom Suite
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  • Oahu beach at sunset with palm trees
  • Dining terrace overlooking the ocean
The most coveted view on Oahu

Slip into the cool waters of our idyllic Adult Infinity Pool that sits stretched along the rugged coast.

Adult infinity Pool

Sit back and relax, with nothing but the sound of the breeze rustling through the palms and views of the Pacific Ocean and sloping peaks of the Waianae mountain range stretching out before you at our Adult Infinity Pool. After your swim, we’ll have a cocktail waiting.

  • Tall palm trees reflected on outdoor swimming pool lined with lounge chairs
  • Woman wades in water at edge of swimming pool, looks out at green lawn, ocean

Oahu by Four Seasons

Food needs to be true to itself and relevant to where it comes from. One should be able to smell the soil where the carrot was grown. That’s how close it should be.

Martin Knaubert Director of Food and Beverage