Four Seasons recently opened their fifth Hawaiian luxury property. Their latest addition is called the Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina. Located on Hawaii’s main island, also home to the Hawaii state capital Honolulu, the resort resides on the island’s western coastline in the community of Ko Olina.

“Ko olina literally means ‘place of joy,’ a sentiment that comes to life from the moment you arrive,” promises General Manager Sanjiv Hulugalle, who leads a team of hand-picked staff from Hawaii and around the world. “We look forward to welcoming guests to our island ohana for the first time this summer, and then again and again.”

The brand new luxury resort is located adjacent to the historic Lanikuhonua estate, a long time favorite for the most pristine weddings. The resort comprises of a 17-floor hotel designed by architect Edward Killingsworth, featuring a total of 371 rooms and suites. The majority of rooms will have full-ocean views through floor-to-ceiling windows and a private lanai terrace.

In terms of amenities the resort has plenty to offer, including five drinking and dining venues, a large spa and fitness complex, a five-court tennis facility, and a custom-built wedding chapel in its gardens. Besides all the amenities on site there are many activities to engage in within range of the resort. Guests of the Four Seasons are welcome to play a game of golf at the Ko Olina Golf Club and enjoy privileged access to the Ko Olina Marina.

“Even visitors who have been coming to Hawaii for years are surprised by the special experiences and hidden gems we can offer,” says Yamashiro, a Hawaiian native and current President of the Concierge Association of Hawaii. “We know where to find the best breaks on the North Shore, the coolest shrimp shacks, incredible hikes along the Waianae Range, epic ocean fishing expeditions, the most immersive cultural experiences and even the perfect place to pop the question, and we can’t wait to share them with our guests.”

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