Thursday, December 11, 2014

Cheyenne at Four Season Lana’I and Maui

Aloha! If this chilly winter has you wishing for sunshine and sandy shores, read on about Cheyenne Teters trip to Hawaii! She spent two fabulous nights at the recently renovated Four Seasons Lana’I this fall before traveling to Maui for two incredible nights.

The island of Lana'I is the smallest of Hawaii's inhabited islands. Within the island you will find breathtaking beaches and cliffs, as well as backwoods trails and mountains. The island has no stoplights and only 30 miles of paved roads. If you are looking for a remote get-away location, with luxury amenities, look no further. 

Cheyenne spent two days on Lana’i where she stayed in a newly renovated room at the Four Seasons Lanai at Manele Bay. She would highly suggest to any visitors to stay in the renovated area. 

The Manele Bay location offers numerous activities for the adventurous type including hiking, 4x4 off-roading, scuba diving, snorkeling and sailing. 
Cheyenne spent each morning hiking the various trails around the resort.
 The Four Seasons even has shoes guests can borrow in case they've forgotten their hiking shoes at home.

The Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay has beautiful pools, beach areas and fitness facilities; however, Cheyenne found the most breathtaking views were from the golf course. Constructed on lava outcroppings, the course features incredible ocean and cliff views.

Another luxurious feature at Lanai at Manele Bay is airport check-in that allows rooms to be prepared and ready when guests arrive at the resort.


The island of Lanai partners with Island Air to offer a seamless airport tarmac transfer when getting to the island. Cheyenne suggests that travelers fly into Lanai and then take a ferry to Maui to experience both hotels. Maui is located only nine miles away making for a quick and beautiful ferry ride to "The Valley Isle." 

After a ferry ride to Maui, Cheyenne spent two nights at the Four Season Maui at Wailea. The classic Hawaiian resort is located on Wailea beach and is the largest luxury resort on the island. Including three salt-water pools, three golf courses, four bars and endless family activities there is no shortage of things to do once you are at the resort. Try the complimentary canoe rentals, evening luau, or surf lesson, Cheyenne's trip highlight! Better yet don't do anything at all and just relax in a cabanas by the adult only pool.

For more information about the Four Seasons Lanai at Manele Bay or the Four Season Maui at Wailea contact Cheyenne Teters or your Sanders Travel advisor.