Four Seasons O‘ahu at Ko Olina goes presidential with one of its three specialty suites.
It’s not surprising that from even before the Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina opened its doors, the property’s grand Presidential Suite was already booked solid for its first month in existence.
After all, the 3,840-square-foot space offers up premium views of the Pacific, with each room—including the entertainment room (more on that later) —boasting its own private balcony.
Overlooking the adult pool, the suite touts an eight-person dining area, sitting room, master suite—complete with its own sitting room and oversized bathroom sanctuary—a pantry, a powder room and a second full bedroom.
Speaking of bedrooms, guests can select their desired king-size Four Seasons bed: Signature, Signature Plush or Signature Firm. If you decide you love it so much you want to take it with you, no problem. Guests can order the bed and have it sent home. Talk about the ultimate memento!
Reflecting the property’s emphasis on sense of place, the suite’s décor features Hawaiian décor, including art created by local artists.
Now, about that private multimedia room. Equipped with plush recliners, a lounge area, snack area, a projector, lounge seating and the aforementioned private balcony, this mini theater is perfect for showing blockbusters or business presentations.
Then, there’s the Sky Terrace and Lounge, accessible from a private staircase from within the suite. That’s right, the Presidential Suite boasts its own rooftop oasis, with panoramic views of the surrounding area. It’s perfect for entertaining (sunset cocktails, anyone?) and comes complete with its own outside seating and dining areas as well as an adjacent enclosed room equipped with a wet bar for entertaining.
The Presidential Suite comes with included amenities such as breakfast, round-trip luxury car or SUV airport transportation, an Ocean Front or Luxury Cabana (adults only), unlimited laundry and dry cleaning and complimentary high-speed Internet.
That’s in addition to all the amenities afforded all Four Seasons guests: family and adult pools; on-site dining experiences at La Hiki, Waterman Bar & Grill, Fish House and Italian restaurant Noe; access to the Naupaka Spa & Wellness Centre, boutiques Caprice and Wili Wili, the Tennis Centre, Ko Olina Golf Club and, of course, the azure lagoon fronting the resort itself.
“We are extraordinarily blessed with this property, with an abundance of spacious ocean front rooms, a 120-foot infinity pool overlooking the ocean and magnificent sunsets,” says general manager Sanjiv Hulugalle. “It’s an undiscovered view of O’ahu that will beckon visitors to return again and again.”
Not sure what you want to do? The concierge can plan the perfect itinerary for guests, including one of several Four Seasons Experiences.
That’s if you’ll want to venture out from the tony trappings of the Presidential Suite.
Hey, Big Splendor
Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina didn’t just stop at one specialty suite. In true Four Seasons fashion, the property offers up three oases for guests to choose from. In addition to the Presidential Suite, there’s the 3,200-square-foot Penthouse Suite located on the 17th floor that has its own 800-square-foot terrace (perfect for morning yoga or evening cocktails) and the 4,070-square-foot Ko Olina Three-Bedroom Suite, ideal for family travelers (rumor has it Jessica Alba was a recent guest).
Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina 92-1001 Olani St., 679-0079, fourseasons.com/oahu