Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina Reopens March 11

Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina will begin welcoming guests back on March 11, 2021. New experiences at the property range from updated culinary concepts and enhanced outdoor wellness programs, to refreshed guestrooms.

Four Seasons Resort Oahu is set within the exclusive resort community of Ko Olina, a 642-acre property encompassing four lagoons teeming with tropical marine life. Guests have access to myriad outdoor and open-air offerings within the community, including Ko Olina Marina, a gateway to ocean adventure and exploration; Ko Olina Golf Club, an 18-hole championship course designed by Ted Robinson and home to the LOTTE Championship LPGA event; and a scenic one-and-a-half-mile seaside jogging pathway. Addition activities and offerings include shopping and artisan workshops, standup paddle boarding and traditional Hawaiian canoe sailing, and yoga and spa treatments.

Lead With Care

The 370-room Four Seasons Resort Oahu will reopen with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts “Lead With Care” program. The program outlines clear procedures that educate and empower Four Seasons employees to take care of guests and each other.

Additionally, the resort has invested in Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization technology, an air purification system, throughout the Resort.  All guestrooms, suites and the spa use the patented technology, which safely cleans the air and is 99.4 percent effective at eliminating COVID-19 on stagnant surfaces within 30 minutes.

Further, the Four Seasons App and Chat give guests the option of contactless engagement throughout their stay and allow guests to control how they engage with team members, limiting face-to-face interactions.

Culinary, Wellness and Adventure

Upon reopening, the resort will debut a collection of new culinary experiences to complement its existing five restaurants and bars. Guests can sip cocktails and indulge in light bites at Mina’s Beach Club, the all-new, toes-in-the sand experience by James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Mina; savor a new plant-based concept at La Hiki; and enjoy the stylish swim-up bar, Dr. Mai Tai’s, located at the infinity pool. Set on the Ocean Lawn, Four Seasons Resort Oahu will also showcase a flavorful Hawaiian barbeque dinner concept on Monday evenings. Signature restaurants Noe Italian and Mina’s Fish House will continue to serve their standard menus, as well as introduce specialty nights.

Guests are invited to reset and rejuvenate at Naupaka Spa and Wellness Center with new physically distanced indoor and outdoor fitness offerings, including morning yoga on the Ocean Lawn, five tennis courts and readapted spa treatments.

From mauka to makai (land to sea), guests can take discover a collection of Hawaii pursuits reflective of the area’s traditions and relationship to the land and ocean. The Concierge can assist with arranging a bespoke day of adventure, including sailing along the western coastline on a traditional outrigger canoe or watching the sunrise from Ka’ena Point.

Good to know: For families, the swimmable lagoons and beaches, outdoor pursuits, art and cultural workshops are complemented by the fully outfitted Camp Kohola. A sampling of activities includes Hawaiian jewelry making, hula lessons, art classes, Ko Olina Golf Academy, seasonal Proper Rideshop Skateboard camp, baby and child room amenities, on-site professional photographers, and more.

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