Set along the pristine sands of Wailea Beach, on the south west coast of Maui, enjoy all the comforts provided by Four Season's dedicated beach service, including complimentary loungers and towels, ice water and cooling spritzes. Lie back and enjoy views of the island of Kaho'olawe and Molokini Atoll in the distance and, depending on season, Humpback Whales frolicking in the distance. Also nearby is Ho'okipa Beach, a world-renowned surf spot, where you can either marvel at the professionals from your beach towel, or be tempted to get involved yourself.
The 'Kids for All Seasons' club, for children aged five to twelve years, offers a variety of activities that embrace the landscape and culture of Maui, including water games, sports and traditional Hawaiian activities, such as hula lessons. There are also countless activities for teenagers and families to get involved in together, including paddleboarding, boogie boarding and canoeing. Teenagers can amuse themselves out of the sun by heading to the games room, where they can catch sporting events on the big-screen television or with a number of video games available. The resort concierge will be more than happy to help arrange family day trips outside the resort, too.
Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea offers a number of watersports through Maui Undersea Adventures including boogie boards, kayaks, paddle boards, windsurfing, surfing lessons, deep sea fishing, sunset sails and SUP yoga. In addition, the resort operates a complimentary outrigger canoe programme, which will introduce you to Hawaiian style paddling, with the assistance of an informative guide, who will share their insights to the surrounding environment.
Lakes & Mountains
Hawaii's second largest island, nicknamed 'Valley Isle', has plenty to see and do. Journey through lush, steam carved Iao Valley, the site of one of Hawaii's most important battles, brave the twisty Road to Hana and marvel at roadside waterfalls, take a boat ride to the diving crater of Molokini or the ancient capital of Hawaii, Lahaina, or climb 10,000 feet up Halekala crater, the dormant volcano, which is larger than Manhattan!
Hawaii is a truly romantic destination, and Four Seasons has a number of tempting experiences on offer to help couples make the most of their time at Maui. Savour a romantic meal in a private spot down on the beach, take home the magic of the spa with an instructional massage, take a sunset stroll or a moonlit walk through the beautiful surroundings or wake up to a freshly made breakfast in bed for memories together that will last a lifetime.
If visiting at the right time of year (December - April) take a day trip to see the Humpback whales, who arrive annually to shelter in the warmth of the Hawaiian shores; the sight of these magnificent water-beasts is bound to leave you speechless. You may also get the chance to spot sea turtles, exotic fish and manta rays.
Spa & Wellness
The nurturing spa is the epitome of a tropical retreat, with plentiful treatments on offer including traditional Hawaiian massages and body wraps to suit every individual. A number of wellness treatments and specialised therapies are also available, including water therapy, Ayurvedic treatments, reiki, aroma journies and back walks.
Specially adapted rooms are available in the following categories: Garden-View Accessible Room, Partial Ocean-View Accessible Room, Ocean-View Accessible Room, Club Floor Four Seasons Executive Accessible Suite - Prime Ocean View, Ocean-View Prime Four Seasons Executive Accessible Suite and "Lokelani" Presidential Three-Bedroom Accessible Suite. All rooms and suites feature wider doors, dual peepholes of varying heights, strobe light smoke detector, adjustable closet bar, cordless ADA compliant telephone, wireless doorbell and alarm clock, roll-in shower, shower bath bench, grab bars lining the entire bathroom, raised toilet seats, roll-under sink counter and lowered robe hooks. Accessible public areas of the hotel include restaurant, business centre, meeting room/ballroom and guest rooms. Service animals are permitted.