Sunday, July 10, 2011

Four Seasons Maui Rates

Let's set the stage: The Four Seasons Maui is the most cosmopolitan property in Wailea—and perhaps Maui—offering world-class dining, superlative service, techno-savvy guest quarters and a guest list that pegs front-page personalities off the cover of Variety and the Wall Street Journal. It comes as no surprise that Michael Dell of Dell Computers owns this Four Seasons resort.

With the majority of the resort's rooms and suites arranged in a u-shape, you can get beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean from the privacy of a screened lanai. Modern luxury and Hawaiian sophistication get highlighted by the work of highly talented local artists. Which of the following rooms would you pick? It's hard to decide at first pass, and even harder after reading the descriptions of each lodging option.

Maile Suite: This seventeenth-floor suite has floor-to-ceiling windows with six connecting lanais, which afford you so much more space. A master marble bathroom per bedroom, dining room, living room, and bedrooms with one king bed, two queen beds, and two twins beds give you the home-away-from-home experience.

Lokelani Suite: This suite features a large lanai and a living area, plus a large master bath and bedroom. Overlooking a semi-private lawn, the Lokelani Suite allows views of flora and fauna, in addition to the ocean views.

Club Floor Oceanfront Prime Suite: These suites are known for the Four Seasons Maui's top-rated ocean views from a high elevation. The exclusive suites have access by private elevator to the Club Floor, which serves refreshments, afternoon teas and snacks, and meals.

Deluxe Oceanfront Suite: These rooms are designed for perfect views of the beach and of the ocean stretching beyond. The view is so good, in fact, that guests can peer out of binoculars mounted in the living room for a better look. When you get ready to hit the pool, you'll have a reserved poolside cabana set up for you as required.

Now that you've had a peek at your suite options, why not see what the experts have said about the Four Seasons Maui in the past? We've covered the location way back when, so we'll kick this off with our coverage: "Located on one of Hawaii's most impressive beaches, the Four Seasons Maui at Wailea has plenty of activities available right on resort grounds. If you take the family along, you can sign the kids up for the complimentary 'Kids for All Season' program while taking advantage of outdoor activities like tennis, watersports, and gold courses. Hawaii's only Mobil Five Star Resort has racked up the accolades over the years (including a Conde Nast Traveler designation as the '#1 Tropical Resort in the World.' Sound tempting?"

Conde Nast: "It's impossible to find a mediocre view from this U-shaped 'flower- and art-filled resort.' Staff greet guests with 'champagne, a cold towel, and a lei' at check-in. Rooms, in tones of blue, coral, and gold, have koa furniture and receive 'twice-daily service, with orchids left here and there.' Ferraro's has 'phenomenal Italian cuisine,' and its beach attendants serve complimentary ice water and pineapple. Also free are activities such as outrigger paddling."

Shermans Travel: "You know those ads that feature vacationers lounging by a blue lagoon pool, smiling up at the sky, eyes closed, as if to thank the sun for melting their cares away? That experience is par for the course at the 380-room Four Seasons Resort at Wailea, where impeccable service strives to ensure that every guest leaves absolutely content."

When the experts are gushing, you know you'll enjoy your hotel experience. The Four Seasons Maui at Wailea awaits!

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