Improving the Hawaiian Spa Experience
Four Seasons Renovating Recently Acquired Resorts
The Manele Bay Hotel and the Lodge at Ko'ele, both on the Hawaiian island of Lana'i, now are under the management of the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. Manele Bay Hotel currently is undergoing more than $40 million in improvements and will be renamed the Four Seasons Resort Lana'i at Manele Bay when renovations are completed in September 2006.
The Lodge at Ko'ele also will undergo similar improvements in 2006.
The Four Seasons brand is known throughout the world for its quality properties and amenities, including its spa offerings. These two properties will be no different. Currently, The Spa at Manele offers a variety of services to its guests. Massages include aromatherapy, manele custom, Pohaku Wela and outdoor massage. Body treatments include a variety of scrubs, wraps and specialty foot treatments. Hair, skin and nail treatments also are available. Fitness and yoga treatments are offered to guests as well.
The spa at the Lodge at Ko'ele offers similar services. Massages include Swedish, aroma therapy, pregnancy, deep tissue, sports and Japanese shiatsu. Specialty treatments include hot rock massage, tropical exfoliating salt scrub, mud body wraps, jet lag recovery treatments and a couple's massage class. Yoga, skin care, acupuncture and herbal therapy consultation also are available.
For more information about these new Four Seasons properties and their spa offerings, visit www.islandoflanai.com.
Reference: Castle & Cooke Resorts announces Four Seasons to manage Lana'i hotels. Press release, received Aug. 10, 2005.