Find Your “Place of Joy” at the New Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina

Published on : Saturday, September 3, 2016

cq5dam.web_.press_.722.keepaspectratio2-300x169Before the arrival of Christianity, the forerunner to the festive season celebration in Hawaii was the four month New Year celebration of rest and feast to honour the earth called Makahiki.

 

The new Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina will honour Hawaiian traditions of rest, feast and family in its first festive season on Oahu with a spectacular array of special programs, including a “Worlds of Christmas” Buffet on December 25, 2016, themed evenings in the Resort’s destination restaurants and a ticketed vintage Royal Hawaiian Ball on New Year’s Eve, set in front of the Resort’s stunning 120 foot (37 metre) infinity pool and against the panoramic backdrop of the South Pacific.

 

Rest

Adjacent to Lanikuhonua , luxury accommodations at Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina offer stunning panoramic ocean views and a naturally elegant décor. With 371 luxury guest rooms and suites, the Resort offers breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and Ko Olina’s turquoise-blue waters beckon with white sand beaches and spectacular sunsets. More than 200 oceanfront rooms offer unparalleled views of the awesome annual humpback whale migration.

 
Rooms (averaging more than 640 square feet or 59 square metres) welcome in authentic Hawaiian style, inspired by nature and featuring traditional local woods and banana leaf headboards. Special in-room amenities for the holiday season welcome with the true spirit of aloha.

 

Guests luxuriate in bespoke Four Seasons signature beds, with HD flat-screen televisions, special holiday in-room dining options and spacious private lanais that seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor tropical living. Marble bathrooms provide two vanity sinks, deep soaking tubs and walk-in glass showers.
Feast

From December 21, 2016 to January 3, 2017, Four Seasons chefs will present themed evenings in the Resort’s destination restaurants La Hiki, Noe and Fish House, culminating in a “Worlds of Christmas” Buffet on December 25 surrounding the Resort’s circular Serenity Pool.

 

Entertainment options from December 21 to January 3 include Chinese dragon dancing at La Hiki, Al Capone night with prohibition cocktails at Noe, fire knife dancing and hula at Fish House and a traditional Hawaiian BBQ luau ocean side on December 23.

 

Four Seasons Executive Chef Martin Knaubert and restaurant chefs Ray German (Fish House), Jobbie Domendon (La Hiki) and Ryo Takatsuka (Noe) will present special menus on New Year’s Eve in two seatings, or guests can order a la carte to experience the Resort’s signature pan Asian, southern Italian and line-to-table dining options. Reservations are now available on Open Table.

 
Source:-Four Seasons

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