Hawaii is for Lovers: Four Seasons Resorts Invite Couples to Connect This Fall

New activities and experiences tailored to couples highlight the autumn season in Hawaii
September 3, 2019,
Hawaii, USA

Whether your idea of romance is an hours-long spa journey followed by a sunset dinner for two on the beach or an adrenalin-powered afternoon of cliff jumping before a shrimp truck dine around, or simply holing up in your suite with the do-not-disturb sign permanently in place, Four Seasons resorts in Hawaii offer something for every couple.

This fall, while the kids head back to school, it’s time for some grown-up fun in Hawaii.  Adults-only pools, couples’ spa suites and romantic dinners are just the beginning as each of four unique Four Seasons resorts on four completely different islands invites couples to create their own perfect Hawaiian vacation.

Click here to learn about one couple’s journey to across four islands with Four Seasons.

On the Calendar This Fall

Chef Fest is back this November at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, a great opportunity for gourmand couples to eat and drink their way through the fall harvest in the company of some of America’s top chefs and purveyors.

Every fall is officially dubbed Couples Season at Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea with a host of activities from poke and beer classes and rum tastings to lei po’o making, photography tours, dine arounds, sunset champagne sabering and oysters, couples yoga and much more.

At Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina, activities tailored for two are also the focus this fall, including high speed cruising aboard The Entertainer to secret dives spots and remote beaches along the island’s rugged west coast.

Exploring Hawaii, Together

On the virtually untouched island of Lanai, sporty couples can get down and dirty in off-road driving excursions or upcountry horseback rides, or enjoy some playful competition at the sporting clays range when staying at Four Seasons Resort Lanai.  A hike to Puupehe (Sweetheart Rock) – one of many secluded romantic spots on the island - is a must when visiting Lanai.

On Hawaii Island, Four Seasons invites couples to go to the source with the pond-to-table shrimp and oyster experience, or head into the woods to discover the source of iliahi (sandalwood) oil that can later be enjoyed in a spa treatment for two.

The continuing series of Unforgettable Experiences at Four Season in Maui includes becoming a paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) for a day on horseback for a different perspective on island history, taking a helicopter to an exotic organic fruit farm with Executive Chef Craig Dryhurst, or booking the Serenity Pool for a private after hours experience.

On Oahu, couples are invited to embark on a spiritual journey to Ka‘ena Point, a remote and scenic nature reserve that harbours some of the last vestiges of coastal sand dune on the island. Here, at the westernmost tip of Oahu, Kumu Hula La'akea Perry shares stories of the Leaping Rock, long held to be a sacred place where mortal souls make the final leap into the realm of the gods. 

The Culture That Connects

National Geographic photographer Joe McNally is once again hosting a three day photography workshop at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai this October.

The Love Lanai program at Four Seasons Resort Lanai connects couples to local culture and island traditions with daily demonstrations including hula and ukulele, lauhala bracelet weaving, poi preparation and more.  Be sure to stop by the Resort’s lobby on selected evenings as local musicians perform.

In Maui, the new modern cocktails menu in the Lobby Lounge invites couples to toast to another day as the sun sets.

For brides or those renewing their vows, Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina offers Something Borrowed, an exclusive opportunity to wear a rare Ni’ihau shell heirloom lei on their wedding day.

Book a Hawaiian Vacation for Two Now

  • Four Seasons Resort Hualalai – click here for special offers and value dates
  • Four Seasons Resort Lanai – click here for special offers
  • Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea – click here for special offers and value dates, or call 1 800 311 0630
  • Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina – click here for special offers and value dates

Laura Fairweather
Director of Public Relations, Americas
1165 Leslie Street
Toronto, Ontario M3C 2K8

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