Stay at Maui Island’s Four Seasons Hotels
Since opening their first hotel in 1961, the Four Seasons group has been dedicated to providing an unbeatable service and upscale facilities. Four Seasons’ high-end accommodation ranges from large full-service resorts in tropical locations to contemporary inner-city hotels in the world’s top tourist destinations. The brand’s dedication to providing the best in hospitality continually makes them the number-one choice for well-heeled travellers.
Where to Stay with Four Seasons on Maui Island
Choose a Four Seasons hotel in Wailea, Maui Island’s upscale resort area, to be just steps from pristine beaches and designer shopping. The Shops at Wailea is a large open-air complex that brings together sophisticated dining, designer fashion boutiques and traditional Hawaiian dance shows.
Located in South Maui, Wailea benefits from the best weather on Maui Island, making the white-sand Wailea Beach a popular spot for bathing and water sports.
Things to Do with Maui’s Four Seasons Hotels
Join one of the Four Seasons’ complimentary excursions like outrigger-canoeing to explore the island and its coastline. Or after a day on the beach, relax by the outdoor pool and grab a bite to eat in the relaxed restaurant.
Back in your room, you can kick back with a movie on the flat-panel TV or spend the evening watching the sun go down from your private lanai.
Beaches in South Maui
Drive five minutes south of Wailea to get to the scenic Maluaka Beach. Known as Turtle Town, this quiet bay is one of the best places on Maui Island to spot native sea turtles.
Just a 15-minute drive from central Wailea, Polo Beach is a popular area with swimmers and snorkellers. And you can also tuck into a picnic on the grassy area or stroll along the beach spotting the many different native plants that grow here.
Exploring Maalaea from Maui’s Four Seasons
It’s just a 20-minute drive up the coast to Maalaea Harbor, where you can catch a boat trip out into the ocean to spot humpback whales. Then head to the Maui Ocean Center to learn more about Maui Island’s native marine life.