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Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina Accepting Early Reservations



On the heels of the Four Seasons Lanai, opulent opening this year, the Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina – the fifth hotel in Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts’ Hawaiian Collection – is accepting early reservations for stays from June 1, 2016. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the resort’s 358 luxurious ocean- and lagoon-view guest rooms and 52 suites will each feature private furnished lanai (balconies) and authentic Hawaiian-style décor inspired by nature. Among the property’s guest amenities will be five restaurants and lounges, four pools, a white sand beach, a multi-level spa and wellness center, expansive tennis facilities and multiple watersport activities, as well as preferred access to the exclusive Ko Olina Golf Club. The hotel is slated to open spring 2016.

We don’t know much about the property yet, but here’s a sneak peek at their new chef.


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