Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea Welcomes the Return of Travelers

As travelers look to support Maui’s recovery efforts this fall, Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea is inviting guests to come back and, in turn, give back to the island through curated offers and programming that celebrate and support community, culture and conservation.

The Maui wildfire is Hawaii’s most severe natural disaster ever. Hawaii Community Foundation created the Maui Strong Fund to provide financial resources that can be deployed quickly, with a focus on rapid response and recovery. For its part, Four Seasons Resort Maui has developed a “Maui Strong” offer, in which guests can dedicate a portion of their resort stay directly back to where it is needed most in the community. Upon selecting this option, guests will contribute up to $200 for each night of their stay. Every cent of the donation is directed toward the Maui Strong Fund. The offer is available for reservations until December 15, 2023.

The resort’s new roster of guest experiences is designed to celebrate and support the local community and economy, and to help speed the recovery of those who have already suffered so much.

Starting October 1, 2023, Four Seasons Resort Maui presents “Love for Lāhainā,” a series of culinary pop-up events developed to support the hospitality industry and farmers who have been impacted by the recent wildfires on the island’s West Side. Popping up every Sunday in October, diners will enjoy signature dishes from celebrated Lāhainā restaurants and chefs as they give back directly to those who have lost their jobs and homes.

Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea
The resort is offering curated experiences that connect guests to culture, community and conservation. (Four Seasons Resort Maui At Wailea)

The October "Love for Lāhainā” series includes:

  • Papa’aina by Chef Lee Anne Wong (October 1)
  • Māla Ocean Tavern by Chef Kalei Ducheneau (October 8)
  • Canoe Plant Dinner by Chef Samual Taganeca (October 15)
  • Fleetwood’s on Front St. by Chef Eric Morrissette (October 22)
  • Chef Isaac Bancaco for his Lāhainā ‘Ohana (October 29)

Each event will include a three-course prix fixe family-style menu for $95++ per person, and includes a glass of champagne.

Fall programming at Four Seasons Resort Maui covers a range of complimentary activities from October 1 to December 15, 2023. It is offered in addition to the resort’s calendar of cultural, culinary and wellness activities, including the “Live Aloha” program, designed to connect guests to the local culture.

A sampling of the complimentary 2023 fall experiences at Four Seasons Resort Maui includes:

  • Art of Botanical Block Printing – Drawing inspiration from the island’s natural beauty, design a botanical stamp and print stationery with fine art block artist Susanna Cromwell
  • Poke Pop-Up – Sample different variations of Hawaii’s popular dish: poke. Paired with Maui Brewing Co.’s handcrafted beer, this pop-up with the resort’s culinary team is a guest favorite
  • Coral Reefs 101 – Learn about the delicate ocean ecosystem and how to restore and protect it through an onshore class and a hands-on snorkel experience led by Maui Undersea Adventures

The resort welcomes guests, visitors and residents to experience “Dos Hombres Cocina” through December 2, 2023. A collaboration with artisanal mezcal brand Dos Hombres, the pop-up includes a Hawaii-meets-Oaxaca menu using fresh local ingredients paired with Dos Hombres craft cocktails. As part of the “Maui Strong” offer, 100 percent of proceeds from the purchase of every signature Cantarito cocktail will go towards the Maui Strong Fund.

Guests can also participate in the “Mālama Hawaii” experience that allows visitors to give back to the island in a meaningful way. The resort’s Sustainability Manager Taylor Fujimoto has additionally developed timely voluntourism opportunities, which can be arranged through the concierge.

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