Four Seasons Resort Hualalai

This fabulous Resort is very comfortable with all the amenities of a five star hotel.

The bedrooms are very spacious, neat, very well soundproofed and always with a beautiful welcome gift. The staff is extremely attentive, very cordial and always are pending of the more minimum detail. Highly recommended both for those who travel in pairs as family with small kids.

I promptly recommend the Spa, where because of my herniated disc problem I had acupuncture sessions, leaving me like a new person.

The area of the pool is the best of the hotel. As you take the short walk from you room into the pool you start to feel better. From the fresh towels to the water spray, you’ll really enjoy this experience.

The summer in Hawaii is of May to October and the winter covers from November to April.
The average temperature in summer is about 30 degrees and in winter is about 25º variations are not very big and one can enjoy both in summer and in winter from the fabulous beaches of the island, but it is important to know that during winter nights the temperature can get down to about 10 degrees, so it is convenient to carry warm clothes.

Surely you’ll love Hawaii and this amazing luxury resort, lets take a trip by the beaches:

At this precious island, the tourist traveler is going to amaze finding beautiful beaches of white or black sand, crystal clear waters and beautiful landscapes. Thousands of surfers visit each year this archipelago with the intention of surfing looking for the best waves in the world.

On the Hamakua coast you can enjoy Kolekole Beach amidst a jungle garden with a stream full of rocks created by volcanic lava and beside a beautiful waterfall. A rare Punaluu characteristic: its black sand beach located within the volcanoes National Park. Also, it is usual to see the green sea turtles while taking rich sun at Hawaii. This beautiful beach is crowded by local families and fishers.

Onekahakaha Beach, which is full of small pools, allow you to bathe safely and for this reason is one of the favourite places for the Hawaiians, located on the coast thread.

Richardson Ocean Center is characterized by shallow waters, ideal so that you can enjoy with the families and small kids, having parking, bathrooms, showers and a sector for picnicking.


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In the cost of Kohala you can find the beautiful Hapuna beach, famous by its white sand and by its long extension; It also has parking, bathrooms, showers and a sector for picnic. The Holoholokai beach is Rocky, sought after by those who want to do snorkeling or hiking while enjoying stunning views of Hawaii. In some of the rocks, you can find ancient engravings of lava.

On the Kona Coast we find the Laalao Beach, known as the “magic sand”, because of the tide, this beach by nightfall sometimes runs out of sand. It also has all the comforts for tourists although it is worth mentioning that parking is not very large and usually become difficult to find a place.
Waikiki is a famous beach created by the hand of man and its hotels are internationally recognized.

It belongs to the city and County of Honolulu on the island of Oʻahu. It means water jets in the Hawaiian language, which comes from the time before the colonization in which there were numerous streams, ponds and waterways that separated Waikiki from the rest of the island.

Most of them were drained later, coastal erosion has damaged its beaches being the same small portions to the West and to the Diamond Head area.

The beautiful Waikiki has crystal clear water, white sand, coconut trees and is not a favorite by surfers since waves rarely reach high, preferring as North Shore beaches with higher waves.
Along its two main avenues, Kalākaua and Kūhiō, are arranged most of the public buildings, hotels and shops, while the sector bordering the Alawai canal is mostly residential.

Waikiki is practically a peninsula bounded a part by the ocean and its beaches and the other described channel. At its eastern end it is the Kapiʻolani Park, first Hawaiian public park, which in addition to the Zoo and Aquarium has areas of recreation, outdoor scenes, sports areas and a very festive atmosphere.