The iconic Hawaiian resort Four Seasons Resort Hualalai unveiled the newly reimagined floorplans for the top three villas, Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa, Makaloa Villa, and Ho`onanea Villa. Designed by San Francisco-based BAMO, each villa will feature a second-level, indoor-outdoor living space and private plunge pools. Upon debut, Four Seasons Resort Hualalai will host the largest and most luxurious villa room product in all of Hawaii.
The four-bedroom, 5,500-square-foot (500 square meters) Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa is set directly on the oceanfront. It includes an expansive second-level primary bedroom and bath with adjacent open living space. This bedroom occupies one entire end of the villa and features a walk-in closet and granite bathroom with an outdoor lava-rock shower. Two additional bedrooms provide spacious sanctuaries for guests.
Makaloa Villa is the Resort’s most secluded villa accommodation. This ultimate Hawaiian beach home is available in three to five bedrooms configurations and offers an oceanfront setting, nestled among gardens at the edge of the picturesque Waiakauhi Pond. The recently added second-level bedrooms and introduction of open living space compliment this villa. All bedrooms feature walk-in closets and downstairs bathrooms feature outdoor lava-rock showers. Steps from the beach, the villa also features a private pool and spa, hammock, and lawn area.
Located between the Seashell and Beach Tree crescents, Ho`onanea Villa features direct access to the beach and a central location within the Resort. This expansive 2,600-square-foot (240 square meters), one-, two- or three-bedroom villa features second-level open living space and sundeck with exterior stairs. The spacious living and dining area opens to a lanai. The outdoor experience is complete with a large daybed overlooking the pool and a private fire pit with comfortable seating.
Guests of the Resort’s Specialty Suites receive a host of elite services and amenities. Each suite offers a bespoke selection of activities and inclusions. Guests are paired with a dedicated Suite Concierge team member who manages every detail and personalization for their stay, from booking through the entirety of their time at the Resort.
The Resort’s $100+ million transformation is the largest renovation since its debut. It includes the enhancement of all 249 guest rooms and suites; a new infinity pool and lounge deck at King’s Pond, Hualalai’s 1.8-million-gallon swimmable aquarium; the introduction of the Kumu Kai Marine Center, home to six on-staff Marine Biologists who lead a curriculum of marine life experiences; a new gourmet poolside menu from Executive Chef Richard Polhemus; a transformation of the Hualalai Golf Course, the first Jack Nicklaus Signature Course on the island; and the launch of the Hualalai Golf Hale, a 3,000 square-foot (280 square meter) instruction, practice, and entertainment facility.