Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay will welcome guests during the Lodge at Koele's closure. // © 2014 Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
Four Seasons Resort Lanai, the Lodge at Koele, will be closed next year from Jan. 5 to mid-December, reopening in time for the 2015 holiday season.
Lori Holland, spokesperson for Four Seasons Resorts Lanai, confirmed that the 102-room Lodge at Koele will be off-limits to visitors in order to house workers who are renovating the 201-room Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay.
The Manele Bay property will remain open during its ongoing upgrade. Many changes have already been made at the oceanfront property, said Holland, noting that redesigned rooms in the west wing of the hotel opened in October.
“We expect to begin the east wing renovation in early January,” Holland said.
A collection of high-end retail stores opened at Manele Bay in September. New restaurants recently opened there as well, including One Forty, Views at Manele Clubhouse and a revamped Nobu Lanai. In addition, the hotel’s spa and golf clubhouse have been upgraded.
“Travel agents looking for sales opportunities in 2015 can sell the newly redesigned Four Seasons Resort Lanai, Manele Bay,” said Holland. “The multimillion dollar transformation is paving the way for the resort to offer the highest standards of hospitality, highly personalized service and innovative enhancements.”