HOTEL OVERVIEWHawaii Island is nature’s quintissential outdoor paradise, blending fine white sand, dazzling turquoise oceanfront and dramatic black-lava landscapes. With a dramatic natural setting of azure ocean, white sand, black lava and lush green vegetation, Four Seasons Resort Hualalai is part of the exclusive Hualalai residential community on the North Kona Coast. This oceanfront luxury resort set on the exclusive Kona-Kohala Coast captures the true essence of Hawaiian design, culture and tradition. Housed in intimate two-storey bungalows, the 243 guest rooms and suites exude authentic Hawaiian luxury and elegance.ROOMS & SUITESHoused in intimate two-storey bungalows on Hawaii Island, Four Seasons Resort Hualalai’s 243 expansive guest rooms, villas and suites exude authentic Hawaiian luxury. An extensive collection of native Hawaiian art can be seen throughout, along with nature-inspired décor and fantastic outdoor living areas. View our special offers and guest reviews. Relax and feel the spirt of Aloha as you enjoy the ultimate in luxury inspired by this legendary island paradise. Choose from our collection of villas and suites. Sophisticated indoor-outdoor living is finished with incomparable, highly personalized service.Guest Rooms
Ocean Golf-View Room
Ocean Golf-View Rooms are spacious rooms looking toward the ocean, across the 18th hole of the Jack Nicklaus Signature Hualalai golf course. 635 sq.ft. (59 m2)
Walk out from your furnished lanai (terrace) at garden level, just steps away from either the Sea Shell or Beach Tree pools. These spacious rooms overlook the beautifully landscaped grounds. 635 sq.ft. (59 m2)
Partial Ocean-View Room
Prime Ocean-View Room
Ocean-View Deluxe Room
Ocean Golf View – With splashes of ocean blue framed by vistas of the Jack Nicklaus Signature Hualalai Golf Course, the open-air lanais of these Superior Suites offer golf aficionados ideal views. On the lower level, they offer the tropical sensation of an outdoor lava-rock garden shower. 1,050 sq.ft. (98 m2)
Poolside View – These suites offer a private lanai with easy access to the pools or garden, as well as views of the surrounding gardens. 1,050 sq.ft. (98 m2)
Ocean View – These one-bedroom suites offer views of the ocean and overlook the surrounding gardens, lawns and pools. In some areas, a private lanai provides easy access to the pool or garden. 1,050 sq.ft. (98 m2)
Prime Ocean View – These one-bedroom suites, located on the upper level of the bungalows, offer a view of the ocean from a slight elevation that overlooks the surrounding gardens, lawns and pools. 1,050 sq.ft. (98 m2)
Oceanfront – These spacious one-bedroom suites offer front-row views of the sparkling Pacific Ocean and feature a lounge furnished lanai. 1,050 sq.ft. (98 m2)
Up close to the ocean, the one- or two-bedroom ‘Anela’kai Suite is located on the lower level and opens to an extended lanai with a plunge pool, private lawn and direct access to the beach. 1,050 sq.ft. (98 m2)
Designed specifically for families vacationing to Kona, Hawaii, the one- or two- bedroom ‘Ohana Suites are conveniently positioned on the ground level. 1,441 sq.ft. (134 m2)
Ocean View – These spacious, comfortable, one-bedroom suites overlook the Resort’s gardens, lawns and pools, with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. In some locations, private lanais provide easy access to the pool and garden. 1,441 sq.ft. (134 m2)
Prime Ocean View – These one-bedroom suites are located throughout the Resort on the upper floors of the bungalows, offering sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean and the Resort’s shoreline. 1,441 sq.ft. (134 m2)
The Wai’olu Suite – meaning “pleasant fresh water” in Hawaiian – overlooks the Palm Grove’s pond and the beautiful Pacific Ocean across the gardens. Offering uncompromising comfort, the suite’s large living area opens to an oversized lanai on which to bask in blue-on-blue views of the pool and ocean, or sunset-painted skies. 1,711 sq.ft. (159 m2)
The tree that lends its name to the exceptional Milo Suite was valued by Polynesians for shade, beautiful wood, food and even medicine. The suite’s large living area opens to an oversized lanai on which to bask in blue-on-blue views of pool and ocean, or sunset-painted skies. 1,711 sq.ft. (159 m2)
Kailani means “heavenly sea” in Hawaiian – perfect for a suite with views that sweep clear across the Pacific Ocean from a privileged oceanfront setting, close to the waves. Set at the southern tip of the Beach Tree crescent, the expansive, one-bedroom Kailani Suite exudes the comfort and ambience of a Hawaiian beach home. 2,600 sq.ft. (242 m2)
In a privileged oceanfront location, closest to the shoreline, the expansive Kou Suite is named for a tree native to Polynesia and valued by early Hawaiians, who used its butterfly-grained wood for cups and dishes and its orange flowers for leis. 2,600 sq.ft. (242 m2)Villas
The Hawaiian word ho’onanea means “relax” – a state of mind that seems natural in this expansive one- or two-bedroom beach home in a privileged location, closest to the shoreline yet central to Resort amenities. Watch the sparkling Pacific Ocean waves from your bedroom, or take in ocean sunsets from the whirlpool in the private, furnished, oversized lanai that spans the entire frontage. A Hawaiian art collection is exhibited throughout the suite. 2,600 sq.ft. (242 m2)
Experience romantic seclusion in this three-bedroom private villa in Hualalai, nestled among gardens at the edge of the picturesque Waiakauhi Pond. Exuding the comfort and ambience of a Hawaiian beach home, the villa is named after the makaloa plant. This area was once known for intricately woven sleeping mats produced for Hawaiian chieftains – an art that lives on in the mat by famed weaver Elizabeth Lee, which is among the original artworks on display throughout the villa. 3,885 sq.ft. (361 m2)
Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa
In Hawaiian legend, Hawai’i Loa discovered the Islands and was their first king – with Hualalai as his queen. In kingly fashion, the majestic three-bedroom villa that bears his name is set apart, right on the oceanfront. Watch the sun set over the Pacific, or catch the seasonal migration of humpback whales. Displayed in the villa, feather work by indigenous artist Natalie Mahina Jensen-Oomittuk reflects the feather cloaks, capes, helmets and kahilis (wands) worn by Hawaiian ali’i (royalty) to represent their ancestors’ spiritual essence. 5,518 sq.ft. (513 m2)DINING & COCKTAILSChoose from three Kona restaurants and two ocean-side lounges at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, with creative menus that reflect the changing of the seasons and the bounty of Hawaii’s farms and coasts. Enjoy tempting variety throughout the week, from Tuscan cucina rustica and beachfront barbecues to Asian-Pacific cuisine and Polynesian pupus (appetizers).
Offering al fresco dining by day and a lively lounge scene by night. Fresh local ingredients create dishes that are Italian with California and tropical touches at this Kona restaurant.
Delectable classic American steak dishes with island fresh fish, soup, signature appetizers, traditional sides and signature cocktails at a casual contemporary club setting overlooking the Hualalai Golf Course.
ULU Ocean Grill
The culinary team presents their acclaimed “R.S.A. – Regional, Seasonal and Artisanal” cuisine to Hawaii’s most beautiful setting alongside the surf and under the stars. Working with more than 160 farmers and fishermen on the island, the culinary team are leaders in sustainable dining. ‘ULU restaurant in Kona, as with the entire Resort, features cuisine that is 75% from Hawaii Island.
Beach Tree Bar and Lounge
Set along the sand and overlooking the ocean, this is the Resort’s most picturesque spot for toasting the sunset, providing an unforgettable way to end the day.
ULU Sushi Lounge
Offers front row seats to stunning sunsets of the Kona-Kohala Coast. Join us for a light refreshment from our tempting lounge menu or indulge in one of our signature cocktails, such as the Asian Pear Saketini or the Chartreuse Swizzle.Go To TopSERVICES
Hualalai Spa in Kona, Hawaii offers a unique experience at The Apothecary. Choose soothing elements of Hawaii to personally suit your needs. A variety of ingredients, including black lava salt, hibiscus and crushed macadamia nuts along with your preferred scented oil and botanicals, are mixed especially for you to create a fully personalized spa treatment. At Hualalai Spa on the Big Island we honour the healing traditions of Hawaii with a full complement of salon and skin care services, body treatments and massage therapies.
The 28,000-square-foot (2,600-square-metre) Hualalai Spa integrates tropical gardens with cool interior spaces and feels distinctly Hawaiian. Enjoy relaxing by a quiet stream in the open-air Waiea (Water of Life) garden. Or savour the lap pool, whirlpools, saunas, steam rooms and cold plunges, all set amidst lush greenery. Your choice of massage and body treatments may be enjoyed outdoors in our exotic new hales, secluded for privacy. Extend your spa experience with a visit to the Hualalai Sports Club, which offers a resistance and strength training studio featuring the latest in workout equipment.
Like all the other splendid amenities of the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, the 18-hole Jack Nicklaus signature Hualalai Golf Course has been crafted with extreme sensitivity to the land. Winding over 7,100 yards, this carefully groomed course begins in a lush kipuka (oasis) and then flows across brilliant green fairways contoured against black lava. Finally, the course returns to the ocean, where the finishing holes capture the drama and the beauty of direct seaside golf. After an exhilarating game, relax in the clubhouse where tropical refreshments, ocean views and a club-away-from-home experience await you.
Our Resistance and Strength Studio features the latest workout equipment and focuses on state-of-the-art health and fitness concepts.
Cool off in seven swimming areas, from a saltwater pool stocked with tropical fish to a private, adults-only sanctuary.
The Hualalai Tennis Club offers eight Rebound Ace surface courts, two of which are lighted for evening play.Go To TopMAP