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Lanai Hotels

Four Seasons Resort Lanai, The Lodge at Koele

  • 1 Keomoku Rd. Map It
  • Luxurious Retreat
  • Fodor's Choice

Pros

  • Beautiful surroundings
  • Impeccable service
  • Walking distance to Lanai City

Cons

  • Doesn't seem much like Hawaii
  • Can get chilly, especially in winter
  • Not much to do in rainy weather

Updated 02/20/2014

Fodor's Review

In the highlands above Lanai City, this grand country estate exudes luxury and romance with paths meandering through formal gardens, a huge reflecting pond, and an orchid greenhouse. Afternoon tea is served in The Bar or the Great Hall. Huge potted palms and gleaming hardwood floors bring the outdoors inside. Relax around the pool after a day on the lodge's golf course or sporting-clays range. A resort shuttle will take you down to the beach at Manele and to the island's

other resort. The long veranda, furnished with wicker chairs, looks out over open pastures toward spectacular sunsets and gorgeous night skies.

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Hotel Information

Address:

1 Keomoku Rd., Lanai City, Hawaii, 96763, United States

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Phone:

808-565–4000; 800-321–4666

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 94 rooms, 8 suites
  • No meals

Updated 02/20/2014

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By Wendy

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May 31, 2003

Perfect Get Away from It All

Service impeccable. Totally private.

By Paul

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Sep 5, 2002

A Truly Beautiful Hotel

Definitely not your typical Hawaii experience which makes this hotel so much better. Think of the Great Gatsby as you stroll around the magnificient grounds. A very romantic setting that might not be the best place for kids. The rooms are not air-conditioned, but have ceiling fans and it usually cooled off enough in the evening to not be a discomfort. Within walking distance to Lanai City which was a plus since a rental car is only needed for

a day if you want to explore the rest of the island (the convenient hotel shuttles take care of the rest).

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By Brenda

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Feb 12, 2002

Lovely public rooms, great food

The regular and even deluxe rooms are much too small although the bathrooms are lovely. The public rooms utterly magnificent and afternoon tea is a welcome touch. The dining room is superb, not to be missed. It's usually mostly too cool and overcast to make use of the pool although the hottub is nifty.

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Jan 26, 2002

Quite remarkable

The people of this island could not be more gracious and sincerely friendly. I hope the magic of the lodge and upcountry survives. Traveling down to the pool each day at Manele is as wonderful as returning to this quiet paradise. We only wish to pool at the lodge was sunnier---we would never leave

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