Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Four Seasons Preferred Partner

Hawai'i National Volcano Park
Tourists Visit the National Park
The breathtaking Hawaiian Islands welcome thousands of tourists every year, delighting in the culture, people, landscape, and the wildlife that call this group of islands home.  A vacation here should most definitely include a tour of Hawai'i Volcano National Park, where visitors can take in the raw power of the Earth up close and personal.  During your trip, stay at one of our Four Seasons Resorts where they will guarantee that your stay will consist of fantastic service, modern amenities and elegant surroundings.  Get ready to truly enjoy all that is beautiful in Hawaii.    

The still active volcanoes on the islands are treacherous as well as stunning and allow adventurous travelers the chance to see one of the world's only active volcanoes.  There are three dynamic volcanoes in Hawaii; Maunaloa, Kilauea and Loihi.  Maunaloa last erupted in 1984 and today remains the world's largest volcano in terms of volume and area.  Kilauea is the world's most active volcano that has been erupting since 1983 and Loihi remains underwater and has been erupting since 1996.  Although Loihi will not break the surface of the ocean in our lifetime, the other two are alive and awaiting your arrival.  The Big Island is home to the Hawai'i Volcano National Park, but regardless of which island you stay on, you are able to easily procure a tour that will take you to the park for either a full or half day excursion.  While at the national park you can hike, visit the Kilauea Visitor Center, drive along Crater Rim Drive that circles the Kilauea Caldera, head to one of the vents where steam shoots out from underground and limitless other activities.  There is so much to see and do at this "hot" destination.     

Four Seasons Hualalai, Kona
Four Seasons Maui at Wailea
Because WhatAHotel! has formed a Preferred Partnership with all Four Seasons Hotels, we share a mutual commitment to experiences of exceptional quality.  Along with this promise we also offer exclusive and complimentary benefits to our guests, so we are quite comfortable ensuring that your stay will be remarkable.  Four Seasons Hualalai, Kona is the closest resort to the national park and situated on the beach.  It offers guests a dramatic mix of white sand, azure blue waters and black-lava landscape.  Your stay here will give you access to the mouth-watering restaurants and the soothing spa as well as countless activities.         

Heading to the remarkable Four Seasons Maui at Wailea is another option.  Here you will find the same amazing service and luxury accommodations, with a slightly different feel.  While Four Seasons Hualalai, Kona portrays a nostalgic and more traditional Hawaiian atmosphere, Four Seasons Maui portrays more of a palatial scene.  Here you will find elegant fountains, opulent gardens and majestic decor.  The Four Seasons Maui shows off with an impressive art collection, sleek and sophisticated interiors and delicious menus at both the restaurants and the spa.  Choose a formal setting like Four Seasons Maui or go a bit more classic at Four Seasons Hualalai, Kona.  Whichever resort you select, you will be given the setting to create the trip of a lifetime.

Four Seasons at Manele Bay
Four Seasons Resort Lanai, Lodge at Koele
The last two Four Seasons Resorts in Hawaii are located on the secluded island of Lanai.  Four Seasons Resort at Manele Bay and Four Seasons Resort Lanai, Lodge at Koele are both stunning locations with a completely different vibe.  Four Seasons Resort at Manele Bay borders a marine preserve that is perched atop a rugged red-lava cliff while the tranquil Four Seasons Resort Lanai, Lodge at Koele exudes the feel of a country manor hidden in the island's highlands.  Both resorts offer exceptional service, modern amenities and unforgettable views.  Again Four Seasons has provided its patrons the ability to find a resort that best fits their personality while continuing to provide amazing indulgence.  Disappointment will not find a place in your vocabulary during your adventures in Hawaii.

Volcanoes are fascinating and inspire us from a very young age.  Their beauty is apparent and that characteristic, combined with their power and danger, make them captivating.  Head to the exotic location where fire meets the sea in the island chain called Hawaii.  Here the goddess of volcanoes, Pele, welcomes you to her fiery home.  

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