Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea Review
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3900 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea HI 96753
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Editor’s Review of Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea
Built in 1990, the Four Seasons Maui was the first resort the ... more company launched and has been awarded the AAA Five Diamond Award each year since it opened. Guests will especially delight in the endless array of complimentary extras that pamper guests, from tasty treats poolside to water adventures on Wailea Beach. And just a few swings away are Wailea's three prestigious golf courses -- the Gold, Emerald and Blue Course, each offering 54 holes of par-72 golf. less
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- Family-friendly poolside service
- Complimentary Kids for All Seasons children's programs
- Complimentary beach services and watersports
- Water Sports
- Horseback Riding
- Children's Program
- Connecting Rooms
- DVD Player
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Game Room
- Kids' Pool
- Kids'/Theme Meals
- Laundry Service
- Onsite Dining
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RoomsWith a choice of 380 accommodations, from large and small suites to guestrooms with ocean, garden or mountain views, you can rest well knowing you're relaxing in the largest standard guestrooms (and bathrooms) in Maui. Eighty-five percent of the guestrooms offer ocean views, and all the rooms open to one or more lanai (balcony). Four Seasons Maui offers 73 suites, 36 executive suites, 21 one-bedroom suites, 16 two-bedroom suites, the Ilima Suite and the 5,000-square-foot Maile Suite. You may also opt for a Club room or suite and indulge in all of the Club room amenities, such as an exclusive concierge and all-day refreshments, including continental breakfast, afternoon tea, cocktails, desserts and after-dinner drinks.
All units come complete with elegant furnishings, plush robes, built-in refrigerators, 42-inch plasma TV's with DVD players, and iPod docking stations. As an added amenity, a built-in sound system allows you to listen to a variety of music, including soothing Hawaiian tunes, as you get ready for the evening. Honestly, any room you choose is ideal for kids, thanks to Four Seasons impeccable hospitality. Connecting rooms are available at the resort so parents can enjoy some privacy, and if there is anything you need, from complimentary cribs and rollways to a diaper genie or baby swing to soothe a fussy mood, the staff will gladly provide it in a pinch. Upon request, the staff will even "babyproof" your room with Lanai nettings for the porch and place baby bumpers on the designer furnishings, as well as provide a baby monitor. To make navigating the resort easier, you may want to request a room closer to the elevator, which flanks each side of the hotel. If your room is smack dab in the middle of them, be prepared for some power walking before you even hit the lobby.
And the keiki in your party will receive a special welcome to the room that is sure to put a smile on their faces -- colorful sponges spelling out their name in the bathtub. Depending on their age, children will enjoy a variety of room amenities and feel as pampered as the grownups, from plush kid-sized robes, a bathroom step stool and special shampoo bath set, to a signature stuffed animal, coloring books, beach bags and even the availability of pop-up tents for some in-room fun.
For families of three or four, the suites are most suitable. They offer king beds and queen sofa beds. If you have a group of six, opt for a Two-Bedroom Suite, which has a king bed and a sofa bed, plus another room with two queen beds.