The Four Seasons Hualalai is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Visit the gardens and fish ponds here and perhaps pick out what you want on your plate for dinner! Not only is it a natural wonder but on a good day, you can see all sorts of birds that you wouldn't normally see.
The Hualalai Grille is situated directly across our main lobby and is actually not a part of the Four Seasons. It belongs to Hualalai Development Company with whom we have a working relationship with. All bookings are done in symbiotic harmony with our resort. The menu will still break your wallet if you're not Jessica, Paris, or Nicole but it's a little more affordable than Pahu I'a. They also have a bar that over looks the 19th green and golf villas.
Favorite Dish: After closing, one of the cooks prepared a huge cheeseburger complete with pickle and avacado for one of the homeowners. They never returned so she was going to throw it away!!! I gladly stepped in and offered my services to discard it hehehe. Needless to say I was satisfied mmmm.
This is our premiere restaurant. More info to come.
Pahu I'a caters to fine dining and serves most anything you desire.
Kaupulehu is pretty much a private area, no clubs or anything like that. Go into town for that, may I suggest Lulu's or Cactus Night Clubs. Taking a walk along the beach in the moonlight or lounging in a beach chair will do just fine for the average visitor. Newlywed? Arrange for a romantic dinner on the beach to spice up your life.
If you love to fish this is the place for you. Remember to be well equiped when going out night fishing. The waters can be rough out there.
Dress Code: Beach attire
These sea urchins are very poisonous. If you step on one of these, you'll most likely cry yourself unconscious. If you've ever seen the discovery channel, you're told to pee on your wound :). Why? The amonia in your urine will counter-act the poison. Seek immediate medical attention from your hotel's security officer or recreation staff.
For the adventurous, these are also edible :)
You may not want to get into the water at certain points of the beach. The tides are unpredictable and it's very rocky along the coast. Inexperienced swimmers or children should not swim here as it is un-supervised and there are no life guards present. All beaches in the state are public property meaning if anything happens to you there, it's not the hotel's responsibility.