Hawaii Mom Blog: A Magical Staycation at the Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina




June 2, 2021

A Magical Staycation at the Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina

Disclosure: I was given a media rate for our stay.

In 2019 I decided to spend my birthday at Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina.  After having such a fabulous time, I decided to make it a tradition to stay there for my birthday.

Well, we all know what happened in 2020, so as soon as I heard Four Seasons Resort Oahu would be opening up again this year, I knew I had to seize the opportunity, despite having some pandemic-related anxieties. 

Fortunately, as soon as our family arrived at the Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina, my anxieties were eased.  The resort has implemented numerous safety measures, such as temperature checks, screening questions, self-serve lei, wristband keys, hand sanitizing stations, and more (you can see a quick Instagram Reel here for more details).

After a quick check-in, we arrived at our Junior Suite, which comfortably slept our family of 5.  A rollaway was set up in the room, and the sofa pulled out to a bed.

A sweet surprise awaited me in the fridge!

The spacious marble bathroom included two vanities, a shower, and soaking tub

The natural tones of the decor were warm and inviting, and the sliding doors opened up to an amazing view of the lagoon from our lanai.

The Four Seasons really knows how to welcome all guests, including the littlest ones.

Kids are welcomed with stuffed toys, kid-friendly bath amenities, and treats!

I appreciated how masks, sanitizer, and wipes are available in guest rooms.  

Of note - all guest rooms and suites at the Four Seasons Resort Oahu use Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization technology, which is 99.4% effective at eliminating COVID on surfaces within 30 minutes.

Other amenities included Wi-Fi, 24-hour in-room dining, customizable beds, and more.   Be sure to download the Four Seasons app, which makes chatting with a concierge quick and easy.

Dining options are plentiful (you can read my posts on Noe, Hokulea, and La Hiki), and so are the activities.

You can visit one of several pools, go stand-up paddle boarding in the lagoon (Four Seasons offers them complimentary for guests to use), or walk the path throughout Ko Olina resort.

Ohana Pool

Adult Infinity Pool with a Swim-Up Bar

Keiki Pool

You can also go the Spa, take fitness classes, go canoe paddling, and more!

The views around the resort are just magical.  I really felt transported to another place and time, and it was just what I needed after over a year of no staycations or vacations.  

While we were on the beach, a monk seal came ashore (boundaries were set up to ensure no one got too close).

It was a too-quick staycation, but one that was very much needed.  I felt completely safe and relaxed, and despite the obvious changes, the excellent service was always present.  

The Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina's dreamy views, incredible service, welcoming accommodations, and family-friendly dining options are just a few reasons why I highly recommend this amazing resort - whether you're visiting the island or just want to get away from it all.  

Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina
92-1001 Olani St
Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 679-0079

Mahalo to Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina for the media rate.  Gratuity was paid on our own.

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