Four Seasons

Checking in from Hawaii over here! It’s crazy to think how long we’ve been staying here, but at the same time, it is flying by quickly. I wish it wasn’t almost time to come home. JR and I are having so much fun together. After the celebration of our friends’ wedding, we decided to stay and enjoy ourselves. Part of the reason we’ve enjoyed our stay so much was because of the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai. I’m here to tell you that if a resort is what you’re searching for, search no more. This place is everything you need. If you’re like us and you love wonderful dining, beaches, and golf, do like we did and book your stay. They book up to a year in advance! And I only know that because I tried to look up this exact time for next year!

Dining: “Working with over 160 local farms, approximately 75% of the food served at the Resort is from the Island of Hawaii.”ㄧfun fact to get you through two of our favorite dining options below. They have a total of five places to eat/drink in this resort. You’ll have to click on this link to see them all!

  • Ulu Ocean Grill: set up right by the ocean. They have a sushi lounge menu, dinner menu, wine menu, and breakfast menu. Their signature, Black Pepper Prime NY Steak served with mashed potatoes and veggies is something we can attest to being amazing.
  • Beach Tree Bar and Lounge: Mostly I love going here for the views. They have some food there, but they are mostly foods that you can snack on. Their cocktails are perfect.

Accommodations: One of my favs-the greeting when you get off of the plane. There are staff waiting for you in uniform and of course, with a lei. The lei is the staple to the entrance in Hawaii anywhere. Do you think the Four Seasons would provide anything less than 5 stars? The black lava beaches and lighter sand, clear-watered beaches are plentiful.

Golf: The course is phenomenal. I stopped by the Mai Tai machine to fill ‘er up and finish the rest of the course. The golf carts had phone chargers, and nice compartments not thought about in other courses. It may be a Hawaii thing? It is breathtaking, with the contrast between black lava and green fairways. It is possible to obtain a free tour if you’re interested in scoping it out.

JR and I are here to tell you that the Four Seasons of Hualalai is the place to book for a vacation in Hawaii. It was nothing but pleasurable!

I would love to hear from my readers! Where have you stayed in Hawaii? I would love to know! Maybe you’ve been to the Four Seasons and would like to comment below?