Four Seasons Hualalai Offers Palm Grove Pool Experience

The newly reopened Four Seasons Resort Hualalai is introducing a Palm Grove Pool Experience for grownups.

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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