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Spotlight on the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

Spotlight on the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

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There’s a reason why the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea tops the list of Conde Nast Traveller’s resort spas with a score of 96 out of 100. Discover aloha enchantment with chic sophistication in the Island’s most spacious guest rooms. Bask in Maui’s driest, sunniest weather. Delight in the wealth of complimentary extras that have long been a signature of the Resort. On this white-sand crescent of Pacific paradise, allow Four Seasons to give you Wailea at its very best, and the high-value experience that has helped make it one of the world’s most acclaimed resorts.

Arranged in a U-shape facing the ocean, the majority of the Resort’s 370 guest rooms and suites – the largest on the island – feature dazzling views of the Pacific that can be enjoyed from the privacy of their furnished lanai (a veranda or roofed patio). From floor to ceiling, every room creates a fresh take on modern luxury and Hawaiian sophistication. Their welcoming décor in soft tones of peach, cream and mint is accented by the artwork of specially commissioned local artisans.

All accommodations have an oversized marble bathroom with a deep soaking tub and separate glass-enclosed shower. Technological enhancements bear the thoughtful hallmarks of Four Seasons, including large flat-screen televisions, iHome docking stations and clock radios with MP3 adapters, and high-speed Internet access.

Rooms and suites on the Resort’s eighth floor offer the special privileges of the Executive Club Lounge. Accessible only by private elevator key, these accommodations provide additional privacy for small groups who may wish to be separate from other guests. Club Floor concierge services includes express check-in, check-out and complimentary packing services.

At Spago, Master Chef Wolfgang Puck’s menu features a fusion of Hawaiian and Californian cuisine, with Pacific Rim flavours. Embracing the tradition of the Hawaiian Islands’ culinary techniques, Spago chefs use only the finest and freshest local ingredients. The menu offers Wolfgang Puck’s classics, plus many locally inspired dishes, using Hawaii’s premier produce, fish and meats. Spago’s master sommelier enhances the menu with an international wine programme and refreshing interpretations of classic Hawaiian cocktails. A special children’s menu, the first ever for Chef Puck, is available nightly to make the dining experience satisfying for the entire family.

Spago, a Mobil Four Star and AAA Four Diamond restaurant, features Asian-inspired contemporary design. Crafted with unique stone, wood and exotic textures, the room is sophisticated yet relaxed, with carefully selected furnishings that can provide family comfort and romantic evenings alike, whether indoors or on the lanai (balcony).

A stunning bar and intimate lounge area allow guests to enjoy magnificent panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Wailea Beach. The Spago dining room accommodates 135 guests, including lanai seating for 79, and additional private dining for up to 73 guests

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