On the southeast shores of Hawaii’s last unspoiled island, you’ll find the Four Seasons Resort, the only resort on Lanai. Here a destination wedding would be one dripping head to toe in luxury, with the ocean or lush green surrounding as your background. From every corner, adventure abounds, with plentiful excursion opportunities beyond the wedding ceremony. Your guests will especially love that the grounds sit on a marine reserve where turtle and dolphin sightings are common. With a Four Seasons Resort Lanai wedding, you’ll have access to exotic venues and beautiful beaches, perfect for you and your guests to relax and unwind.
The white-sandy beach, situated on a marine reserve, provides great snorkeling.
Plenty of family-friendly amenities, including a kid’s club, and adults activities like the pristine spa will entertain your Four Seasons Resort Lanai wedding guests.
It’s a 20-minute drive to the nearest town, and food can be pricey at the on-site restaurant.
Vow renewals begin at $5500. If a wedding party extends beyond 40 guests the resort requires you to hire an outside wedding planner. It is important to note that our wedding packages in Hawaii do not include the cost of the reception, other venues, food, or drinks within the package pricing. Inquiries for these additional services must be made separately. Upgraded packages, additional guests, and add-ons are available for an additional cost for any Four Seasons Resort Lanai wedding.
$1200 – $1375 average price per night. Rooms include private balcony or terrace. Internet access, 24-hour concierge service, and twice-daily room service included.
Choice of select ceremony venues | Marriage license arrangement | Non-denominational officiant | Private dining under the stars experience | Miniature two-tier wedding cake | 1 bouquet and 1 boutonniere | 1-hour photographer | Four Seasons Resort Lanai wedding specialist | Hawaiian soloist: guitar or ukulele | Round-trip airport transfers
There are 500 rooms with resort and ocean views. The resort is recommended for more active guests.
Ballroom – 1000 guests max, Hulopoe Garden – 600 guests max, Manele – 300 guests max, Lanai Terrace – 180 guests max, Cascades – 30 guests max, Botanica – 30 guests max
This hotel allows a maximum of 2 adults and 1 child per room. Child’s age break is 18.
The resort hosts 1 wedding per day.
The busiest months for Four Seasons Resort Lanai weddings are December, and April through August.
The Four Seasons Resort Lanai wedding coordinator typically responds in 24 hours.
The resort is located 8 miles from the LNY airport.
Q: What makes your resort a great place for a destination wedding?
A: We are the largest privately owned island in the world and we are the only resort on the island, making a truly exclusive experience.
Q: What are the challenges brides face when planning their destination wedding at your resort?
A: As a Four Seasons Resort and a privately owned island our costs are not for the average bridal budget, we are a good fit for those looking to have a very luxurious and exclusive experience.
Q: What is your favorite part of a destination wedding?
A: The joy a wedding group gets from all being on vacation together.
Q: What compliments do brides typically give about the resort?
A: We have a phenomenal room product and our island of adventure keeps guest very entertained. Brides love seeing all of their family and friends under the same roof sharing a memorable vacation.
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“The resort on Lanai, and the island itself, are great places to relax and enjoy. The resort itself seems smaller and more intimate than other Hawaiian resorts we’ve stayed at, and the staff customized our experiences to meet our family tastes and needs.
There aren’t any stoplights on the island, which tells you how sparsely populated and quiet it is. There are still lots to do, including skeet shooting, archery, horseback riding, snorkeling, SCUBA, boating, fishing, hiking and more.
I’d recommend Lanai to any family that wants a truly unique Hawaiian vacation experience.” – Serdal K. 4/19
“This. Is. Luxury. A marvelous experience. Gorgeous luscious green filled resort, amazing food, amazing staff, amazing beach and easy excursions into town and the island. The island by the way, that is 98% uninhabited. It’s expensive yes, so be prepared for the prices and don’t complain if you commit to it, but the service and experience is worth every penny.” – Nicole L. 11/17
“Aloha! One of the Best places we have ever stayed at. Loved our room and its so QUIET…!!! Theres something about this place that is so unique. If you want to be away from everything, i mean literally everything especially STRESS, go here. You are next to the beach with super friendly people and staff. I have never ever been to a place with so many friendly and quite possibly friendly staff, its incredible. I wonder sometimes maybe they are so friendly because not many people stay here. I mean wow. It feels so private and the resort feels like you are the only guest. My first experience was amazing. Save your pennies and nickels everyone, you have to at least stay here once in your life.” – Allan Jay G. 8/17