Guests can venture out on a private horseback ride across wooded trails, embark upon sailing, snorkeling, diving and fishing adventures on the resort’s private fleet, take aim at the archery and shooting range or discover Lanai’s landscape hiking, biking or via a 4×4 jeep excursion. For culture, explore storied places and learn about the island’s heritage with “Love Lanai” activities. Sports-lovers can partake in round of golf on the Jack Nicklaus Signature Manele Golf Course or a tennis game or lesson on outdoor Har Tru Green clay or Plexipave courts.
Those seeking immersive wellbeing will find an ideal setting to commit to personal wellness at the adults-only Sensei Lanai, set on 24 acres encompassing rolling hills, tropical greenery and serene natural beauty.
Four Seasons Resort Lanai
Four Seasons Resort Lanai has 213 guestrooms in a series of low-rise buildings spread along the Pacific coastline. Along with outdoor restaurants, including Nobu Lanai, the culinary team has created new private dining experiences. Other activities range from spa and wellness—with no- and low-touch options—golf and tennis, Kids for all Seasons club, a beach and pool with spacious seating areas, a variety of complimentary classes and events and luxury retail boutiques.
Guests booking a stay by December 15, 2020 for travel arriving by March 31, 2021 will also enjoy round-trip luxury flights on Lanai Air included with any room or suite reservation, along with airport transfers and intra-island transportation.
Travelers can enjoy peace of mind with the “Make Time to Connect” offer. Book a minimum of two nights by November 30, with the ability to move a stay date at no charge should plans change, and receive 20 percent off a room rate. A full, non-refundable payment is required at the time of booking.
Sensei Lanai, A Four Seasons Resort
The 96-room Resort has a Great Hall and expansive outdoor gardens that allows guests to reconnect with nature. Sensei by Nobu restaurant is a collaboration that brings together chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s classics as well as menu selections that incorporate Sensei’s nutritional philosophy created in partnership with Sensei’s co-founder Dr. David Agus.
The outdoor facilities include a 24-hour fitness facility, movement studios, a yoga pavilion and outdoor yoga spaces, 18-hole putting course, onsen baths, an oasis pool with lap lanes, and gardens with tropical trees and flowers.
Tip: Sensei Guides are trained experts with a post-graduate health degree who help guests learn beneficial, lifelong habits for personal growth, fulfilment and wellbeing. The guides, together with a pre-arrival specialist and wellness practitioners, form a dedicated team to support guests with engagement, a reliance on scientific findings and a sincere desire to provide a bridge from one’s intentions to daily practices, leading towards success.
All reservations include round-trip flights from Honolulu on Lanai Air in addition to airport transfers and intra-island transportation and access to up to 12 daily wellbeing offerings including small group fitness, yoga and meditation classes. Travelers on Lanai Air depart from a private hangar at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu.
Lead With Care
Along with closely monitoring and adhering to federal, state and local government mandates, the resorts will also be implementing “Lead With Care,” the new Four Seasons global standard of hotel cleanliness and safety protocols.
Beginning October 15, out-of-state visitors must present evidence of a valid negative COVID-19 NAAT from a certified provider upon arrival in Hawaii and at the resort or be subject to the state’s 14-day mandatory self-quarantine. The inter-island travel quarantine is in effect. Any layover at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, which includes an overnight stay in Honolulu or travel between islands on air or ferry, will be subject to self-quarantine. Note: the Resort is not available to conduct quarantine stays. For Hawaii state traveler guidelines, visit hawaiicovid19.com/travel.