Four Seasons Resort Lanai to Open February 1 With Valentine's Day Offerings

Four Seasons Resort Lanai is expected to re-open February 1.

Following a multi-million dollar transformation, Four Seasons Resort Lanai is officially slated to open on February 1. To complement the opening, the resort is offering romantic clients a relaxing escape to reconnect and unwind just in time for Valentine’s Day. 

The resort is offering a series of engaging and over-the-top experiences custom-made for couples, paired with a complimentary Stay Longer - Fourth Night Free experience. 

The resort also offers the Valentine’s Blind Tasting Menu, a personalized five-course dinner showcasing known aphrodisiacs and paired with prestigious champagne or clients can  enjoy an intimate mixology class and tasting of Valentine’s Day-themed cocktails in one of the new sanctuaries at the oasis pool. 

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Guests can also dine oceanfront under the stars and enjoy a personalized five-course dinner and wine pairing, or engage in a decadent sweet treat tasting of delicate chocolates and luscious wines. For those looking for adventure during their romantic escapade, the resort offers a variety of customized activities, including horseback riding, "Trilogy Excursions" and more. 

Currently named the Four Seasons Manele Bay, the hotel will be renamed The Four Seasons Resort Lanai when it opens February 1. The Four Seasons Lodge at Koele, which is currently housing the construction workers for the island's renovation projects, could also open in 2016. It was originally supposed to re-open in December.

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