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Private island retreat overlooking the marine reserve of Hulopo’e Bay, a 25-minute flight from Honolulu or 45-minute ferry ride from Maui. Full review →
The gorgeous, low-key Four Seasons Resort Lanai, where the grounds are speckled with waterfalls, gardens, streams, and ponds, is on a cliff high above Manele Bay. Full review →
Overlooking Hulopoe Bay, this sublime retreat offers beachside urban chic with stunning views of the deep blue sea and astonishing rocky coastline. Full review →
Stepping out onto the pool deck of Four Seasons Resort Lana’i at Manele Bay and soaking up the stunning view of Hulopo’e Beach, you’ll instantly realize that you’ve arrived in paradise. Full review →
This gracious resort on Lanai’s south coast overlooks Hulopoe Beach—one of the finest stretches of sand in the state. Full review →
Terraced down a hillside, this elegant hotel overlooks the blue crescent of Hulopoe Bay, a marine preserve where dolphins come to swim. Full review →
Refurbished Polynesian-style resort on a red lava cliff on Hawaii’s most clandestine island. Full review →
With the closure of its sibling lodge, this resort is the premier destination on Lana‘i. Full review →
The Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay is a luxury resort secluded on the small island of Lanai. Full review →
The Four Seasons is the only five-star luxury resort on the smallest publicly accessible island in Hawaii, with big name high-end restaurant options, meticulous design and a sophisticated ambience. Full review →
This 201-room property, has huge marble bathrooms and borders a marine reserve that’s home to spinner dolphins Full review →
Reviewers report being "treated like royalty" at this "classic" "villa-style" Manele Bay resort that's "heads and tails above the rest."