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Four Seasons Resort Hualālai Introduces ‘Hualālai 5-0’ Package

Four Seasons Resort Hualālai Introduces ‘Hualālai 5-0’ Package

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Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu is celebrating the upcoming return of Hawaii Five-0 to the airwaves with the ‘Hualālai 5-0’ package. With up to USD 850.00 in added value, the likes of McGarrett, Danno, Chin Ho and Kono are sure to appreciate the savings at Hawai’i Island’s first and only AAA Five-Diamond and Forbes Five-Star resort.

“Hawaii Five-0 is one of television’s great iconic programs,” says Robert Whitfield, general manager of Four Seasons Resort Hualālai. “Our ‘Hualālai 5-0’ package celebrates the return of the show, and gives our guests a chance to take in all we have to offer, with great value given back.”

The ‘Hualālai 5-0’ package, valid from August 26 to December 17, 2010, includes:

5 nights accommodations
‘5-0’ dollars per day golf credit on the signature Jack Nicklaus golf course
‘5-0’ dollars per day dining credit in the new Beach Tree or Pahu i’a restaurant
‘5-0’ dollars per day Alaka’i Nalu credit, for use in outrigger canoe, SCUBA, paddleboarding, and more
Complete season one DVD of the original Hawaii Five-0 – and guests booking suites will receive the entire original series on DVD
The booking code for this package is aptly, “Book Me, Danno.”

72-100 Ka`upulehu Drive, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, U.S.A. 96740 Tel. 1 (808) 325-8000 Fax. 1 (808) 325-8200

Visit Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka’upulehu online

Originally aired from 1968-1980, Hawaii Five-0 was set in Hawai’i and featured an elite branch of the Hawai’i State Police. The new Hawaii Five-0 premieres September 20 on CBS, and is again filmed and set in Hawai’i, featuring an adrenaline-fueled update of one of the most popular shows in television history.

About the Four Seasons Resort Hualālai:

Property Size: 1,393,920 square feet/129,499 square metres
Total Number of Rooms: 243
Guest Rooms: 192
Suites: 51
Design Aesthetic:
Low-rise bungalows in mid-20th-century Hawaiian style with natural woods and neutral colour palette
Resort is designed to maximise ocean views, and encompasses natural lava formations
Architect: Hill Glazier Architects
Interior Designer(s):
James Northcutt Associates, now Wilson & Associates (original)
Babey Moulton Jue & Booth (2008/2009 new suites and 2008/2009 spa enhancements )
Julie Cline (art consultant, original and enhancements)
Rob Iopa, Watanabe Chun Iopa & Takaki (2008/2009 enhancements)
History: Resort sits in the ancient land division known as Ka’ūpūlehu, once a thriving fishing village
Located on a half-mile (0.8-kilometre) stretch of beach on the northwest Kona Coast of Hawaii’s Big Island
Approximately 7 miles (11 kilometres) north of Kona International Airport (KOA)

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Executive Chef: James Babian
Examples of Locally Sourced Ingredients:
Kona avocado
Big Island goat cheese
Waimea red and yellow tomatoes
Hamakua mushrooms
Kona cold lobster
Volcano white organic honey
Kona baby abalone
Signature Dish:
Steamed local market catch, soy-ginger Hamakua mushrooms, cilantro, sizzling sesame oil
Hawaiian Anthology – deconstructed ‘Ahi poke, Liliko’i barbecued Kalua pork steamed buns, Hawaiian abalone, lobster cappuccino
Restaurant: Pahu i`a
Indoor Seating: 184
Designer: Hill Glazier
Designer: James Hyatt
Restaurant: Hualalai Grille
Indoor Seating: 134; 30 in the bar
Executive Sous Chef: James Ebreo
Lounge: Lava Lounge
Restaurant: Beach Tree
Cuisine: Californian with Italian influence
Indoor Seating: 58
Outdoor Seating: 36
Décor: The open air, beachfront design includes blue accents against dark woods.

In other news, Four Seasons Resort Hualalai Named Hawaii’s #1 Resort and #1 Spa in Travel + Leisure’s “World’s Best Awards:

Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu, fresh from its $40-million enhancement, new suites and new restaurant was named the #1 hotel in Hawaii, #1 hotel spa in Hawaii and is included in the list of Top 100 Hotels Overall in Travel + Leisure’s 2010 World’s Best Awards readers’ poll. The Resort, Hawai‘i Island’s first and only AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five-Star hotel, is also featured as the cover of the August 2010 issue of magazine.

“We’re honoured that the readers of Travel + Leisure have recognized the new Four Seasons Resort Hualālai as tops in Hawaii, both the Resort and the Spa, and among the best in the world,” says Robert Whitfield, general manager of Four Seasons Resort Hualālai. “Our team works very hard every day to ensure our guests have amazing experiences here, and these accolades are a direct tribute to them.” is an award-winning 5-star luxury travel & lifestyle blog showcasing luxury cars & drives, fashion & style, gear, real estate, travel, and food & drink.
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