Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina, an award-winning oceanfront resort on Oahu’s secluded western coastline, will reopen on March 11, 2021. Guests will enjoy new Four Seasons experiences ranging from reimagined culinary concepts and enhanced outdoor wellness programs, to refreshed guest rooms.
Set within the exclusive resort community of Ko Olina, Four Seasons Resort Oahu includes four emerald-blue lagoons. Guests have access to various outdoor and open-air offerings within the community, including Ko Olina Marina, a gateway to ocean adventure and exploration; Ko Olina Golf Club, an 18-hole championship course designed by Ted Robinson and home to the LOTTE Championship LPGA event; and a scenic 1.5 mile (2.4 kilometre) seaside jogging pathway.
The resort will reopen featuring Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts new Lead With Care program. Additionally, it is equipped with Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization technology, a state-of-the-art air purification system. All guest rooms, suites and the Spa feature this patented technology, which cleans the air and is 99.4 percent effective at eliminating COVID-19 on stagnant surfaces within 30 minutes.
Featuring 370 spacious accommodations, Four Seasons Resort Oahu offers a range of spacious guestrooms and suites for the ultimate home-away-from-home experience. Additionally, guests can enjoy island living at its best with the Extended Stay program, designed exclusively for stays of 30 days or more.
Upon reopening, the Resort will debut a collection of new culinary experiences to complement its five restaurants and bars. Mina’s Beach Club, the all-new toes-in-the sand experience by James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Mina located directly on the beach; a new plant-based inspired concept La Hiki; and swim-up bar Dr. Mai Tai’s, will welcome guests to enjoy superb cuisine.
Guests are invited to relax and rejuvenate at Naupaka Spa and Wellness Center with new physically distanced indoor and outdoor fitness offerings, including morning yoga on the Ocean Lawn, five tennis courts, and readapted spa treatments grounded by Lead With Care safety practices. They can take advantage of Oahu’s pristine playground and sail along the western coastline on a traditional outrigger canoe or watching the sunrise from Ka’ena Point.