The Four Seasons Lanai Now Has Its Own Airport Lounge
February 12, 2014 at 3:34 PM
Exactly what you want to see after a long flight to Hawaii.
In today's extremely competitive luxury hotel market, high-thread counts, personal assistants, and in-room dining menus from Michelin-starred chefs simply won't cut it anymore. Airport Lounges, however, will set you apart from the other five-stars out there. And that's just what the Four Seasons Resorts Lania (which includes Manele Bay and The Lodge at Koele) has done at the Honolulu International Airport.
Located in the commuter terminal, the 1,000-sq.ft. luxury lounge allows guests special treats and amenities while waiting for their quick flight to Lanai (it's about 25 minutes.) That includes food, beverages, iPads, Wi-Fi access, charging stations, luggage holding areas, magazines, newspapers, and HDTVs. There will also be a lounge concierge on hand to assist with check-in, activity arrangements and restaurant reservations.
And since guests will be arriving at various terminals in the Honolulu airport, the Four Season Lounge can arrange a "Concierge Transfer" from Island Air which will pick guests up at their arriving terminal and either walk or drive them over to the Four Seasons Lounge.
Currently, flight service to Lanai from Honolulu is provided by Island Air and Mokulele Airlines. Ohana by Hawaiian Airlines is expected to launch flight service to Lanai sometime in 2014.
Manele Bay at the Four Seasons Lanai is currently offering a Fourth Night Free promotion, which provides one complimentary night to guests who book three consecutive night. Rates start at $459 per night.
[Photos: Four Seasons Resorts Lanai]