Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea Offers Special Perks for Traveling Couples

This September through November, the focus at Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea is on activities and special services -- many of them free-- tailored to couples of all ages and interests.  

Clients can also take advantage of the resort's popular Experience More package, with resort credits of up to $1,000 while the "twice yearly sale" is in full swing in the award-winning restaurants, spa and shops. 

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For active couples, there are opportunities to snorkel or canoe, hike through the bamboo forest, hit the water with expert outrigger canoe guides, go stand up paddle boarding (SUP) -- one of Maui's most popular sports-- or kayak Maui’s scenic south shore.

If gastronomy is an allure, there are cooking demonstrations led by Master Executive Chef Roger Stettler, the Resort's award-winning chef and team. Clients can learn to mix the resort's signature libations—Smile, Hana Haze, Blueberry Mojitos—from the charismatic bartenders. Or guests can unite with other beer lovers in September, with special tastings of locally produced handcrafted beers. Couples will also savor the fare at the resort's three Zagat award-winning restaurants — DUO, Ferraro’s, and Spago – which all feature special menus and pricing during "Couples Season." Add to this a variety of wellness and relaxation services at the award-winning Spa and a selection of exclusive shops featuring special prices throughout the fall.

Nearly all activities for Couples Season are free and can be viewed on the resort's website.  

Visit www.fourseasons.com/Maui.

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