Discover How Four Seasons Resort Lana'i Sets the Scene for Romance

Four Seasons Resort Lana'i sets the scene for couples to get engagedSummer may be the most popular time of year for couples to tie the knot, but it’s also an ideal season for popping the question. Spa-goers can top off their relaxing vacation in paradise at Four Seasons Resort Lana’I at Manele Bay (HI) with a truly engaging experience. The resort has highlighted the romantic hot spots throughout the property to ensure stress floats away and sparks fly:

  • Picture Perfect: Take a walk up to Lanai’s landmark Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock) next to Hulopoe Bay at sunset and get down on bended knee with jaw-dropping natural beauty setting the scene and have local artist Mike Carroll customize a watercolor or oil painting of the location complete with the couple’s names and date to mark the occasion.
  • Love, Lanai Style: Enjoy an epicurean experience starting off in Alberta’s Farm, herbs and vegetables for the day’s lunch won’t be the only thing harvested. Follow the garden tour with a private sushi rolling class, sake tasting and lunch at NOBU along with cookbooks and aprons to take home.  Capture the proposal and weekend together in a professional engagement photography session all across Lanai.
  • Let the Sparks Fly: Board a luxury Beneteau sailing yacht off Lanai’s coast for an evening’s adventure and propose against a backdrop of shimmering light and stunning fireworks in a display designed to truly dazzle. Custom-choreograph the light show to the courtship’s soundtrack, and then enjoy an intimate five-course dinner à deux at sea complete with wine pairings.

Afterwards a relaxing spa treatment is certainly in order to continue the celebratio at the Spa at Manele Bay. For couples ready to say their vows, check out how spas help clients find wedded bliss.

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