Four Seasons to Open a 5th Resort in Hawaii

If you’re dreaming of a vacation at a Hawaiian resort, you can now book a stay at Four Seasons’ newest Hawaiian resort, the Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina. Opening on June 1st of next year, the property will be Four Seasons’ fifth resort in Hawaii.

Photo courtesy Four Seasons
Photo courtesy Four Seasons

Nelson Hilton, Senior Director of Marketing said that high demand led to the decision to open reservations nine months in advance. “We’ve had so many inquiries from all over the world asking when the new Four Seasons will open, so we’ve decided to start taking reservations for next year as of today. Even sight unseen and before we’ve revealed any details, the global reputation of Four Seasons in Hawaii has assured travelers that our fifth resort – the first on Oahu – will be nothing short of extraordinary.”

Image courtesy Four Seasons
Image courtesy Four Seasons

Four Seasons Resort O’ahu at Ko Olina boasts 358 rooms and suites, five restaurants, lounges, a spa, tennis club, event spaces for 900 guests,and of course, Hawaii’s white sand beaches. The resort is located on Oahu’s tranquil southwestern coast, away from the busy Waikiki area. Rates start at $595 per night, but eager opportunists can get their fourth night free during an introductory offer. Other Four Seasons resorts in Hawaii are located on Lanai, the Big Island, Lanai-Koele, and Maui.


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