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Ko Olina


This is where you stay when you want top tier amenities and service, great food, and direct beach access, but also like the idea of being nowhere near the crowds of Waikiki. The Four Seasons at Ko Olina is one of the most luxurious resorts in Oahu, but still very laid back.  


The beachfront property draws both families and honeymooners. Couples love the romantic location, the full-service spa and incredible sunsets. Families love the calm lagoon for kids to splash in and the kids club. Enjoy 4 pools, gourmet restaurants, a golf course, 3 tennis courts, and endless activities for kids and adults.


Rooms are spacious, with big balconies. There’s even a pillow menu and customizable Four Seasons beds.  


First opened in 2016, this Four Seasons is considered an “entry level Four Seasons property.” That basically means you’ve still got an insane amount of amenities and luxury, but it’s just not quite as extravagant as their properties on Maui and the Big Island. The bonus is that it translates into a slightly lower price tag. 

Covid Specific

  • Here are the latest Oahu Covid restrictions regarding masking, vaccination requirements, etc. 

  • They were closed for much of 2020, but reopened march 11, 2021 with refreshed guestrooms and more guest experiences. 

  • Upon arrival, they may take your temperature and ask questions regarding your health and recent travel. 

  • Guests (age 5+) are required to wear masks in public indoor spaces. 

  • At the spa, they’ll take your temperature and have you fill out a brief health questionnaire. Guests are required to wear masks while in the spa and during treatments. 

  • Housekeeping and evening turndown are by request only.



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92-1001 Olani St

Kapolei, HI 96707

Contact Info

Check In / Check Out

  • Check-in: 3pm

  • Checkout: 12pm



  • Rooms (Low Season): ~$950 - $2000 / night

  • Rooms (High Season): ~$1000 - $3000 / night

  • No resort fee


  • Monkeypod Kitchen — 3 min walk

  • Electric Beach Park — 5 min drive

  • Ka'aha'aina Cafe — 15 min drive

  • Waikiki — 40 min drive

One of the most luxurious resorts in Oahu. Serene, laid back vibe. Beachfront with incredible sunsets. Gourmet food, full-service spa, 4 pools, tennis, golf, and more.

Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina


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  • 370 rooms

  • Pillow menu

  • Customizable Four Seasons bed lets you choose your mattress softness. Pillowtop beds with premium bedding. 

  • Customizable private mini bars

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • AC

  • 24-hour Room Service

  • Twice daily housekeeping [TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE. For now, housekeeping is by request only. Just ask.]

  • Rooms are spacious (min 640 sq. ft.)

  • Large balconies (min 86 sq. ft.)

  • Large bathtubs, separate from the showers

  • Some rooms come with additional amenities like a private outdoor spa and private garden area

  • Majority of rooms have really nice ocean views

Room Types

  • Suites have huge bathrooms and outdoor dining areas. 

  • Specialty Suites (Presidential, Penthouse, The Residence, and Pacific) come with tons of additional perks like a 50 min massage or facial for each adult, complimentary valet parking, $550 credits towards cabanas or day beds, unlimited laundry service, daily La Hiki breakfast, and more.  

  • The Presidential Suite comes with private access to the rooftop Sky Terrace and Lounge, 5 furnished balconies, ocean views from every room, and a dining room that seats 8. 

  • Several suite options come with ocean views and multiple bedrooms and bathrooms.



  • Mina’s Fish House for incredible seafood, tropical cocktails, and panoramic ocean views. Chef Michael Mina is a James Beard Award winner. Their signature dish is their Hawaiian Seafood Tower. 

  • Noe for gourmet Southern Italian from Michelin-starred chef Ryo Takatsuka. Specialties include Branzino Ancqua Pazza and Tagliatelle with Truffle Pasta and Mushrooms.  

  • Waterman Bar and Lounge for cocktails and casual poolside eats. 

  • Dr Mai Tai’s swim up bar at the infinity pool serves cocktails. 

  • Hokulea for morning coffee, juice, and light breakfast. 

  • La Hiki for a buffet breakfast and weekend brunch. 

  • 24-hour In room dining.

  • Food and beverage service at the beach too.



  • Lei greeting and welcome drink upon arrival.

  • Free poolside mai tai, snacks and popsicles in the afternoon.

  • Beachside services with free snorkeling equipment and paddle board rentals at the lagoon. 

  • Concierge.

  • 24-hour in-room dining.

  • 24-hour Laundry, dry cleaning, and pressing.

  • Valet parking.

  • House car will take you anywhere in Ko Olina for free. 

  • Airport transfer available.

  • Electric car charging station.

  • 2 onsite boutiques.

  • Luxury transfers by limo, helicopter, or yacht available.

  • Portrait Photo Services.

  • Wedding Chapel.

  • Hair salon.

  • Private helicopter pad.

  • Private aviation and airport lounges. 

  • Press reader access.

  • International newspapers.

  • Overnight shoeshine.

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  • Sunrise yoga overlooking the ocean and beach. 

  • Daily fitness classes and a fitness center with certified trainers on request.

  • There are 4 pools to choose from. A keiki (kids) pool is steps away from the beach and lagoon, an adult infinity pool with private cabanas and a swim up bar, their new Ohana pool with a poolside bar and restaurant, and their Spa & Wellness Pool for swimming laps. You can book private cabanas at the adult and keiki pools as well as at the beach. They also offer private daybeds. [Book in advance.]

  • In cabana spa treatments available for a fee. 

  • Their beach lagoon is just outside the hotel and the water is very calm — great for stand up paddleboarding, snorkeling, or for kids to splash around. There are lots of lounge chairs, plus food and beverage service. 

  • Free paddle board and snorkel gear rentals at the beach.

  • Naupaka Spa is a full-service spa specializing in facials, massage, body therapies, hair, and nails. They also have a menu of keiki (kids) services. Book a couples massage or waterfront massages in a private cabana. There’s also a romantic after-hours experience in a candlelit oceanfront cabana, followed by a stargazing experience.

  • #FSWAYFINDERS is their activities program. Learn to play ukulele, take an art or lei making class, make shell jewelry,  try hula dancing, and so much more. 

  • Ko Hana Mai Tai Mixology. A 1 hour workshop where you learn the flavor profiles of iconic cocktails, like the Hawaiian Mai Tai.

  • Stargazing and Polynesian Navigation. Weekly program where you learn how ocean voyagers from thousands of years ago used the starts to navigate. 

  • Water sports like outrigger canoe sailing, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, sunset cruises, SUP, dolphin tours, snorkel sails, and catamaran tours can be arranged. 

  • There are 3 outdoor tennis courts in what might be the most beautiful tennis center ever. They can coordinate a game for you with someone at the same level.

  • Access to Ko Olina Golf Club. 

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  • Let them know if it’s a special occasion, like an anniversary. They may do something extra for you

  • The adult only infinity pool faces the sunset and is a really pretty spot to end your day.

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  • Complimentary rollaway beds.

  • Complimentary baby gear — cribs, baby bath, playpens, diapers, swim diapers and wipes, and bottle warmers.

  • Complimentary strollers.

  • Complimentary highchairs.

  • There are kids menus at all the restaurants. 

  • Kids bathrobes are available.

  • Babysitting is available so you can have a romantic dinner alone or book a spa treatment.

  • Complimentary kids program for ages 5-12 offers arts and crafts, outdoor sports, swimming and more. [Fridays - Sunday from 9am - 4 pm]

  • Hale Kula is a teen game center with video games and a grassy area for outdoor games.  

  • Keiki (kids) pool is steps away from the beach and the lagoon has private cabanas you can book. You can also sign up for in-cabana nanny services. 

  • The swimming lagoon just outside the hotel has nice, calm, perfect for kids to splash around or try snorkeling. 

  • Beach toys rental is complimentary.

  • Naupaka Spa has a keiki (kid) menu of spa services for kids 12-17. 

  • Proper Rideshop, Hawaii’s premier youth skateboarding training facility, is hosting seasonal camps at the resort. Kids 7 - 17 can take private lessons, regardless of experience. 

  • Rooms are around the same price as the Aulani next door.

  • The beach outside the Four Seasons tends to be less crowded than Aulani next door. (Of course, all Hawaii beaches are public so you can enjoy any of the beaches or lagoons near the hotel).

  • All rooms can accommodate up to 2 kids on rollaway beds and cribs

  • The one room suites have a separate living room and at least 2 full bathrooms for you to spread out. 



  • This property was originally a JW Marriott built in 1998, but was rebranded as a Four Seasons in 2016.

Last Updated 11 / 4 / 21

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