There are those within the hospitality field who understand that adversity occasionally births opportunity. The fine folks at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, on the Big Island of Hawaii, fortunately happen to be some of those people. They’ve launched a “Hawaii residents” offer to stay at one of Hawaii’s top luxury resort experiences for $325 per night, plus a $100 flight credit to be used within the resort. Offer expires December 2011.
And there’s no shortage of places you’ll want to spend that $100 at Hualalai—ranging from their newly revitalized spa (green tea and ginger body wrap followed by a 90 minute lomilomi massage in a secluded outdoor hale, anyone?), or dining at the al fresco Beach Tree in the capable hands of chef Nick Mastrascusa (formerly of 57 restaurant at
Four Seasons Hotel New York). And that’s just the beginning...
The 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course winds across lava fields, palm-lined fairways and right up against dramatic shorelines. It’s one of the most coveted courses on the islands, and if you’re staying at the resort, you’re insured a tee time.
On Saturdays, the resort’s Pahui`a restaurant offers up a one-of-a-kind “beach” BBQ, with an unlimited array of steamed lobster tails, N.Y. Strip steaks, salad and dessert bars, poke and sushi tables (made to order) and all the side fixings you could imagine. Four Seasons kicks it up a notch with candle-lit atmosphere and an impressive wine list to satisfy any oenophile.
Book now through December 17th, 2011 to receive this special offer. www.fourseasons.com/hualalai
On Saturdays, the resort’s Pahui`a restaurant offers up a one-of-a-kind “beach” BBQ, with an unlimited array of steamed lobster tails, N.Y. Strip steaks...