Four Seasons Resorts Lanai Makes Family Escapes Easy

Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay

After a recent stay at the beautiful Four Seasons Lanai at Manele Bay, I was really impressed by all the special little things they do to take care of their guests. For example, you don’t even need to bring sunscreens or a beach bag because they provide those amenities for you. (See my full review of Four Seasons Lanai at Manele Bay.)

The Four Seasons Lanai Resorts do so many little things to make guests feel like they are pampered. As you lounge by the pool or beach, staff deliver chilled towels, fresh slices of pineapple, iced water, and get this – even spritzes of chilled Evian water.

Further evidence of the Four Seasons Lanai’s attention to detail landed in my inbox in the form of this summary of the special things the do to help families traveling with children – from babies to teens.

Whether with infant or toddler, Four Seasons Resorts Lāna‘i offers an idyllic family getaway, without all the baggage – literally.  Leave behind all the cumbersome baby gear and instead opt for luxurious accommodations and complimentary baby amenities at Four Seasons.  Baby trekking will be seamless and stress-free, which will keep the entire family cooing, not just baby.

“Parents will have less to pack, which means lower baggage fees and less hassle,” said Tom Roelens, general manager of Four Seasons Resorts Lāna‘i.  “We have thought of everything parents need when traveling with an infant – from bottle warmers to baby monitors.”

The Resorts provide an array of complimentary amenities to cater to baby’s every need.  Upon arrival, tiny tots receive a keiki welcome gift consisting of shampoo, conditioner, lotion, baby wipes, and diapers – including a swim diaper.  Additional amenities include keiki bathrobe, baby bathtub, Diaper Genie and a potty training seat.  Bottle warmers, disposable bibs and high chairs are offered for mealtime ease.  Cribs, toddler beds – including bed rails, playpens, baby monitors and vaporizers are provided to ensure sweet dreams for both infant and parents.  Additionally, parents may avail themselves to strollers – including jogging strollers, and car seats while exploring the island and Resorts.  Expectant mothers are even treated to pregnancy pillows and can indulge in a prenatal massage at The Spa.  In addition, nanny services are available, allowing parents to have some much needed time alone.

Children aged five to 12 can revel in the Kids For All Seasons program, which offers a full range of complimentary, organized indoor and outdoor activities.  The Surf Shack Teen Center features video game stations, a pool table and lounge area for those aged 13-17.

Families can now stay longer with Four Seasons Resorts Lāna‘i’s Third Night Free and Fourth Night Free packages.  The Lodge at Koele’s Third Night Free package includes one complimentary night to guests who book two consecutive nights at the Resort, with rates starting at $295 per night.  Manele Bay’s Fourth Night Free package includes one complimentary night to guests who book three consecutive nights at the Resort, with rates starting at $345 per night.  Both packages are valid through December 18, 2010.  For more information or to make reservations, please call toll-free (800) 321-4666 or visit on the Internet at

  1. Ah, that sounds wonderful. Having three kids, it’s a major ordeal to get sunblock, baby gear, etc for everybody. And sure enough when you get on vacation you have that “aha” or should I say “oh no” moment when you realize you forgot something important.

    1. Jennifer – I’m not a busy mom of 3 like you, but I still get those “oh no” moments. I guess I have no excuse. 🙂

      Thanks for your first time comment.

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