I’m so excited to share with you my Four Seasons Resort Lanai room tour. The rooms here are something to write home about. I don’t think I’ve ever stayed in one quite like this before.
Everything is seamless, and done with a touch of a button.
All the rooms are equipped with an iPad, which is the coolest and most convenient thing ever! I couldn’t bring my pregnancy pillow with me, but was able to request a body pillow right from the in room iPad. It was then delivered in no time. You can even place room service orders, and schedule housekeeping and turn down service all from the tablet. The coolest feature is – get this – you can set up a notification for when dolphins are spotted at the beach! Then, when you’re by the beach or pool you can access the same features by logging into your account on the Four Seasons app. Technology can be so amazing!
Let me preface this next part by saying I know it’s weird to talk about a toilet. But in my defense it was a neat toilet. As soon as you step into the room the lid lifts. The seat is heated, and when you’re finished it automatically flushes. You don’t have to touch anything! The germaphobe in me was squealing with delight.
The hotel boasts 213 guest rooms, which average about 700 square feet. They are huge! They’re outfitted in teak and stone, and the Polynesian influences are gorgeous. Seriously, the rooms here are STUNNING. While Mr. ADOL loved the 75″ flat screen, I favored the stone floor and rain head shower. I guess we each have our priorities.
While the bath doesn’t have the L’Occitane products, I didn’t miss them. I loved the Aina products they offer, which feature nut oil from a local farm that’s about 20 miles away.
There’s the standard twice daily housekeeping, the most comfortable duvet and linens ever, free wi-fi, an in-room refreshment center (for a fee), and – waterproof wristbands as room keys! They thought of everything!
Room types are garden view, pool view, partial ocean view, ocean view, ocean front, and prime ocean front. There’s also a number of standard suites, penthouses, and specialty suites. I would advise if you want to see the ocean definitely book an ocean view or above. We had a partial ocean view and couldn’t see much at all. It definitely felt more like a garden view. Nevertheless, the room was gorgeous and the balcony was so spacious. It featured a lot of pretty greenery, and overlooked some of the resorts beautiful gardens and ponds.
Hands down one of the best hotel rooms I’ve ever stayed in.
More from Four Seasons Resort Lanai coming up!
Disclaimer: I received a substantial discount from the Four Seasons Resort Lanai for review purposes, which in no way reflects my opinion. Every guest of the Four Seasons is pampered beyond belief. They truly are wonderful. All thoughts/opinions are my own.