A bevvy of exclusive services and amenities are also included to ensure each stay is memorable both inside and out.
Located on the second floor, the lavish three-bedroom Alii (Royal) Suite offers a stunning view of Hulopoe Bay – a marine sanctuary home to spinner dolphins, beautiful coral reefs and a wide variety of colourful fish. The exceptionally large suite (5,000 feet with three bedrooms; 3,984 square feet with two bedrooms) features a formal living room with adjoining powder room, media room with 85 inch platinum bezel LED TV as well as a separate dining room seating six. Sleek, contemporary décor crafted with exotic materials is present in all rooms, including artisan-produced Nepalese lokta wallpapers and Honduran mahogany floors laid with hand-woven wool area rugs complemented by rich furnishings and customised artwork to create an elegant, serene ambience. The suite features exquisite artwork including a Bronze Fish installation by Cypriot Yorgos Kypris - the elaboration of the fish form has been his focus for two decades - as well as pieces sourced locally from Wendy Kawabata, an artist and professor at University of Hawaii who uses artifacts, domestic materials, and the natural world as a point of departure, and limited edition prints by Maui artist Amanda Opsahl McConnell. Rates from $21,000 per night.
The one and two bedroom Hulopoe and Kapihaa Presidential Suites, Shark's Cove and Puupehe suites (1,280-1,462 square feet) offer ocean views, living and dining rooms, media centres, double Japanese soaking tubs, dual vanities and a vanity mirror television, and restful lanais complete with dining set. As with other guestrooms, highly responsive in-room technology, including intuitive lighting, controls for temperature, service and privacy, mini iPad Airs and wearable key wristbands showcase an innovative vision of a luxury Hawaiian resort. Outside living is easy, with lounge chairs, daybed and binoculars to relax and spot dolphins, whales and beautiful skies. Rates from $15,000 per night.
With expansive ocean panoramas, the Palawai Suite, on the penthouse level of the main building, provides a luxurious and convenient experience. The large living area includes a sofabed and powder room, along with a dining table for four, an adjoining kitchenette and furnished lanai. This one-bedroom suite may be configured as a two-bedroom suite (2,961 square feet) resulting in two living rooms, in addition to two full bathrooms and one powder room perfect for ohana (family). Rates from $10,000 per night.
Enhancing a visit to the island paradise of Lanai are a number of special amenities included with Specialty Suites such as complimentary VIP arrival/departure transfers, specialty leis, valet parking, a welcome amenity, unpacking/packing services, unlimited laundry, complimentary premium internet and in-room movies. Daily amenities include a personalised amenity, floral arrangements, breakfast for all suite guests, replenished refreshment centre as well as a dedicated ambassador during the stay. Across the Resort, guests can enjoy a private golf lesson with a PGA golf pro and two complimentary 75-minute spa treatments, In the Alii Royal, Kapihaa and Hulopoe Presidential suites guests can also enjoy a luxury vehicle for use during stay, a complimentary Pool Sanctuary and the refreshment centre includes eight wine choices selected by the Resort Sommelier.
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