Lanai - Puu Pehe

Lanai Fact Sheet

"The Embracing Isle"

See also: Why Lanai, Map of Lanai (PDF)

Lanai Highlights

  • Smallest inhabited island in Hawaii
  • Major City: Lanai City
  • Population: 3,200
  • Number of Rooms: More than 225
  • Top Venue Regions: Manele Bay, Lanai City

Lanai Overview

Spanning only 141 square miles and relatively small in population, Lanai is known for luxurious pampering, gourmet dining and unconventional outdoor activities. Seclusion and verdant beauty are the primary draw for meetings hosted on Lanai, and the island is ideal for hosting small, executive gatherings.

Backcountry hikes, four-wheel drives off beaten paths and welcoming beaches make Lanai feel like a private paradise, offering one of Hawaii's most diverse travel experiences in a setting far removed from the more populated resort areas.

Above all else, Lanai's sense of privacy lends itself to reflections and forward-looking thought, inspiring meeting attendees to innovation and self-discovery.

Lanai Activities

Whether visiting for a daytrip via air or by ferry from Maui or for an extended pre- or post-meeting stay, Lanai offers attractions and activities to fit any itinerary:

  • In sunny south Lanai, meeting attendees find a mix of luxury and tranquility at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai and Manele Golf Course, designed by Jack Nicklaus and ranked among the best golf courses in the country
  • 80,000 acres of countryside open groups to hours or days of exploration, or groups can explore Hulopoe Bay and Manele Bay, beautiful marine life conservation areas where spinner dolphins can frequently be spotted soaring from the sea
  • Lanai also invites visitors to leave the beaten path and four-wheel drive to Kaunolu, King Kamehameha's summer fishing retreat on the island's southern cliffs
  • Group visits to the Lanai Cultural & Heritage Center, home to a collection of traditional, cultural, and historical artifacts, cultivates knowledge of the island's history, folklore, culture and customs.


Lanai Accommodations & Venues

Meeting attendees seeking the ultimate escape can indulge in five-star amenities, including luxurious spa treatments, fine dining and horseback riding in locales where artful outdoor settings also provide the perfect backdrops for small conferences, retreat barbeques and rustic gatherings.

Luxuriously re-imagined following a multimillion-dollar transformation, the Four Seasons Resort Lanai reopened February 1, 2016, promising the ultimate luxury experience infused with friendly Four Seasons Warmth.

Offering ocean-side splendor atop a rugged, red-lava cliff, meeting attendees may enjoy breathtaking indoor and outdoor venues, opportunities for dynamic teambuilding activities, ocean-view and highland golf, open-air spa pampering and exciting adventures in stunning natural landscapes.

Perfect for small conferences or events for up to 600 people, the Resort offers:

  • Event space both indoors and out in a number of flexible settings, including the Conference Center
  • State-of-the-art audiovisual equipment for meetings use, from video cameras and microphones to slide projectors and laser pointers
  • A total of 55,682 square feet of meeting space, with its largest ballroom measuring a total of 13,582 square feet.

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