Four Seasons Hualalai Offers Palm Grove Pool Experience

The newly reopened Four Seasons Resort Hualalai is introducing the Palm Grove Pool Experience.

All guests of Palm Grove can get hourly poolside pampering inspired by the elements: coconut water and aloe refresher shots (representing water), warm lava stone pressure point placement (fire), thermal mud hand and body lotion (earth) and organic aromatherapy-infused oshiburi towels (air). Additionally, organic eye pillows with essential oils are available, along with a rotating selection of infused waters, sunscreen, reading materials and wooden board games.

A swim-up bar within the pool offers signature “adult shave ice” cocktails. Flavors range from pineapple or yuzu margarita to thyme berry cooler and sake pom-tini. Guests can also try nature-inspired cocktails like the Green Tea Mojito and Peach Smash. All juices are fresh squeezed, while herbs for cocktails are grown poolside. A locally-sourced menu features sushi, salads, wraps and sandwiches. Overall, 75 percent of the Resort’s food is from Hawaii Island.

The tension-edged saline/chlorine pool, measures approximately 40 feet from its basalt entry steps to its ocean-facing crescent edge, and 50 feet (15 metres) across. The Jacuzzi measures eight feet by 16 feet and is set against a 2,500 square foot deck, made from Brazilian ipe hardwood and basalt planking. Seating areas are composed of 24 lounge chairs by the pool, seven day beds in semi-private areas off the deck, and two hammocks. Miniature zen gardens are set on all lounge chair side tables, while fragrant gardenia and plumeria surround the pool for a hint of natural aromatherapy.

For more information, visit www.fourseasons.com/hualalai.

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