Four Seasons Resort Lanai's New Specialty Suites

One of the Four Seasons Lanai's Speciality Suites

The Four Seasons Resort Lanai in Hawaii just got even swankier with its new Speciality Suites offering, a collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom suites that include exclusive services and amenities.

Located on the second floor, the lavish three-bedroom Alii (Royal) Suite offers views of Hulopoe Bay – a marine sanctuary home to spinner dolphins, beautiful coral reefs and a wide variety of colourful fish. 

The large suite (5,000 feet with three bedrooms; 3,984 square feet with two bedrooms) features a formal living room with adjoining powder room, media room with 85-inch platinum bezel LED TV as well as a separate dining room seating six. 

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Sleek, contemporary decor crafted with exotic materials is present in all rooms, including artisan-produced Nepalese lokta wallpapers and Honduran mahogany floors laid with hand-woven wool area rugs complemented by rich furnishings and customised artwork to create an elegant, serene ambience.

The suite features exquisite artwork including a "Bronze Fish" installation by Cypriot Yorgos Kypris - the elaboration of the fish form has been his focus for two decades - as well as pieces sourced locally from Wendy Kawabata, an artist and professor at University of Hawaii who uses artifacts, domestic materials, and the natural world as a point of departure, and limited edition prints by Maui artist Amanda Opsahl McConnell. 

The one- and two-bedroom Hulopoe and Kapihaa Presidential suites, Shark’s Cove and Puupehe suites (1,280-1,462 square feet) offer ocean views, living and dining rooms, media centers, double Japanese soaking tubs, dual vanities and a vanity mirror television and lanais complete with a dining set.

As with other guestrooms, they include in-room technology, including intuitive lighting, controls for temperature, service and privacy, mini iPad Airs and wearable key wristbands. 

The Palawai Suite, on the penthouse level of the main building, provides a luxurious and convenient experience. The large living area includes a sofabed and powder room, along with a dining table for four, an adjoining kitchenette and furnished lanai. This one-bedroom suite may be configured as a two-bedroom suite (2,961 square feet), resulting in two living rooms, in addition to two full bathrooms and one powder room perfect for ohana (family). 

Visit www.fourseasons.com/lanai

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