To encourage visits this summer, the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai on Hawaii’s Big Island is giving clients a $1,000 resort credit which can be used toward almost anything, from room rates to recreation to romantic dinners.
For instance, guests can apply it toward the cost of one of the resort’s new suites, with rates from $1,300 per night; or a invigorating body scrub using a blend of local botanicals and minerals at the spa's new apothecary ($193 per person). Other suggestions include a guided hike to Puhiapele, a spatter cone that last erupted in 1800-1801 ($105 per person); Surf, Sand, and Stars, a signature oceanfront buffet event on the beach with items grilled to order, a soufflé station, and s'mores ($85 per person); a romantic dinner on the beach (from $600 per couple); stand-up paddle board lessons with the Alakai Nalu, Hualalai's ocean ambassadors ($130 per person); or four rounds of golf on the Jack Nicklaus Signature Hualalai Golf Course, home of the opening event for the PGA Champions Tour ($250 per person).
The $1,000 resort credit is available with all standard rate room stays from May 1-Sept. 30, with rates starting at $725 per night. A four-night minimum stay is required.