For romance, there is perhaps no other destination that comes to mind so vividly than Hawaiʻi. From the moment you step off the plane, warm tropical breezes and the sweet fragrance of flowers in perpetual bloom embrace your spirit and seduce your senses.
A trip to Four Seasons Resort Hualālai is like a glimpse into Hawaiʻi’s golden age. Located on a one-half mile stretch of white-sand beach on the Northwest Kona Coast of Hawaiʻi’s Big Island, this full service resort is a tropical oasis that captures the essence of Hawaiʻi as it should be. Landscaped walks meander through low-rise bungalows with private entrances and spacious open-air lānai. Exceptional amenities about – a Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, award-winning Sports Club & Spa, a selection of ocean front swimming pools, innovative dining – all touched by acclaimed Four Seasons service and the true spirit of aloha.
At Hualālai Sports Club & Spa, voted the #1 Resort Spa by the readers of Travel+Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler, couples can enjoy the benefits of a massage together. Each person receives individual massages in specially designed hale (thatched massage huts). The concept at the spa is to bring the “outdoors in” with hale that nestle up to trickling lava rock water features. There’s also a choice of indoor or outdoor showers, open-air gyms, glass-walled outdoor steam and sauna rooms, and a grass yoga/meditation courtyard.
In keeping with the ambience of aloha and inland-inspired interludes, couples seeking a romantic epicurean escape can arrange for a private Romantic Dinner on the Beach. A chef’s choice of appetizers, entrées, desserts, and beverages are pre-arranged and presented by your own personal server who attends to every detail of the ocean front dinner. A menu of romantic options (florals, entertainment, and more) is also available, you can even arrange to return to your room scattered with fragrant plumeria blossoms and a drawn bubble bath.
More adventurous couples can explore the sheer beauty and diversity of Hawaiʻi’s Big Island. Spanning more than 4,000 square miles and still growing, the Island of Hawaiʻi is the largest and youngest of the Hawaiian Island chain – hence its nickname “Big Island.” Miles upon miles of untouched land contribute to the island’s natural beauty – it is a place of extremes – from fiery active volcanoes to snow-capped mountain peaks. From acres of green pasturelands to vast ebony lava deserts. From lush tropical rainforests to verdant valleys, and beaches of white, black, and even green sand.
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