Four Seasons Resort Maui At Wailea
The Maui branch of the world renowned Four Seasons Resorts flagship is set on an enchanting enclave whose charm and beauty are poised to give you a memorable holiday. The tropical gardens and the peaks of Haleakala form a spectacular backdrop. Photography buffs, nature enthusiasts and those that love fine things in life will find them in plenty here.
The hotel is the most prominent landmark at Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea, Maui. There are four categories of accommodations at this resort. They include; guest rooms, small suites, large suites and residential suites.
Just like you have come to expect of any Four Seasons resort in the world, this one will not disappoint. The amenities and services in the accommodations are the best you can find anywhere. They include;
-Lorenzo Villoresi bath amenities
-Hypo-allergenic pillows and down duvet
-Flat screen TV and DVD player24-hour in-room dining
-Private bar service
-Babysitting services Tea/coffee makers
-Twice daily housekeeping and turndown services
The resort guarantees you an extraordinary dining experience. To back this up, it has the Spago Restaurant where you will sample a dish of Grilled Mahi Mahi with Pineapple, Sweet Maui Onions, and Shitake Mushrooms. Other restaurants at the resort include the Ferraro's Bar e Ristorante and DUO Steak and Seafood.
Your dining experience will range from signature culinary events to ultimate dinner to room service. You will sample delicacies from as far as Asia and as near as the Hawaii Island.
Guests are also treated to upscale spa services. The spa has 13 treatment rooms, 4 oceanside thatched huts, and 4 signature treatments. Experiences at the spa include; sup yoga. i-lipo, specialty massages, body treatments and many more.
Other recreational activities at the resort include; surfing, sunbathing, scuba diving, island tours, fishing, swimming, attending local festivities, snorkeling, adult and children entertainment and many more.
Sounds impressive? Of course it is...this is a Four Seasons.
By Kennedy Runo on 06/10/2015 in Wailea