Hualalai Suite Guests Get Special Privileges

Book a suite at Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu for complimentary airport transfers.

Feb 27, 2011
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Diners can enjoy stunning sunsets on the ocean at Pahu i'a restaurant.
Diners can enjoy stunning sunsets on the ocean at Pahu i'a restaurant.
Photography Thomas Barwick
Ocean-view Deluxe Suites provide abundant space and private steam showers.
Ocean-view Deluxe Suites provide abundant space and private steam showers.
Photography Don Riddle
Casual luxury and an inspiring view are yours in a Superior Suite.
Casual luxury and an inspiring view are yours in a Superior Suite.
Photography Don Riddle
The beach at Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu offers natural white sand and clear water.
The beach at Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu offers natural white sand and clear water.
Photography Don Riddle

Updated March 27, 2014—Getting to and from your vacation destination can be a headache, but Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts wants to be there for you to make sure your holiday starts almost as soon as you land.

Guests at Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu are greeted by friendly, uniformed staff at the airport, assisted with their luggage and escorted to their previously arranged transportation. Guests staying in any of the Resort’s 51 suites will also receive complimentary transportation (once per party) for the short ride to and from the Resort in a luxury vehicle stocked with bottled water, newspapers, children’s magazines and chilled oshibori towels.

“We are excited to offer this service to our suite guests,” says the Resort’s General Manager Robert Whitfield. “The airport transfers typify our efforts to continuously raise the bar in caring for our customers and allow us to extend our services beyond the boundaries of the Resort.”

Visit Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu or call the Resort to reserve your suite.


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2 Comments about Hualalai Suite Guests Get Special Privileges

  1. We are publishing a story on Hualalai Resort at Historic Kaupulehu and I have a question about the spelling of a word. The writer has written Waiea Garden (Water of Life). Is that correct, or should it be Wailea Garden?
    Thank you for your time.
    Elsie Floriani

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