Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina is a top pick when readers search for a luxury resort in Oahu. I know because it’s one of my most booked Hawaii properties. People like the typical five-star Four Seasons service and location away from the touristy island center.

Four Seasons Oahu offers 371 spacious rooms, suites, and deluxe suites, all exquisitely designed to make your stay perfect. It’s not as expansive as its sister Hawaiian properties, but there’s plenty to do for island hoppers or those staying put on Oahu for an extended stay.

Plus, you can make your vacation even more memorable with some extra benefits available when booking through me.

Book with Four Seasons Preferred Partner Benefits

I can book you in with Four Seasons Preferred Partner benefits that include:

  • Daily breakfast for two.
  • A $100 hotel credit for rooms and a $200 hotel credit for suites.
  • Upgrade at check-in, subject to availability.
The swimming pool with ocean view at Four Seasons Oahu
Four Seasons / Christian Horan


  • The Kama’aina-style open-air public spaces
  • The brightly lit, spacious rooms and suites
  • The Hawaiian healing therapies available at the spa
  • The views from the rooms and suites are outstanding, offering pool, ocean, or mountain views
  • The exceptional, friendly service
  • Being able to relax on the private beach
  • The mouthwatering foods available at all of the restaurants
  • The fully-supervised Kids for All Seasons kids’ club for ages 5–12
  • The catamaran tours and water sports
  • Location adjacent to the Lanikuhonua Cultural Estate and Nature Preserve
  • Four Seasons Preferred Partner benefits


  • The resort is next door to and shares the lagoon with Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa
  • There is some space on the sand that separates Four Seasons and Aulani guests
  • Only valet parking is available at the resort
  • Local shuttle, car service, and airport transportation is available for an additional fee
  • In-Room Dining is available 24-hours
  • Check-in time is 3 p.m., and check-out time is noon
  • Ko Olina is on the other side of the island from Waikiki
  • Pay attention to room occupancy limits – connecting rooms are also available
  • Four Seasons guests can enjoy dining, character breakfast (subject to availability), and the spa at Aulani, but other activites are exclusive to Aulani guests

Guest Rooms and Suites at Four Seasons Oahu

Four Seasons Resort Oahu has several stylish rooms and suites. All offer the very best in comfort, privacy, and in-room amenities, offering the perfect place to retreat after a long day exploring Ko Olina. Hotel rooms offer guests approximately 640 square feet of space, while the suites offer 1,000 square feet of space or more.

General room amenities include twice-daily housekeeping, a coffee maker, pre-set mood lighting, laptop-sized in-room safe, flat-screen 65″ HD TV, bedside charging outlets for electronics, and alarm clock/clock radio. You’ll love the Four Seasons beds which you can use the app to customize with pillow, topper, and duvet preferences.

Bedding and bath accessories include down duvets and pillows, thick terry bathrobes, hairdryer, scale, lighted make-up, shaving mirror, and deluxe, locally-inspired toiletries.

Resort Room

Resort rooms offer a quiet retreat with tropical views of the sunrise over Mount Kaala, the highest point on the island. These rooms have one king bed with space for one rollaway bed or crib, a full marble bathroom, a private balcony with seating for two, and a refrigerated bar.

Deluxe Garden Room

Watch the gentle Hawaiian breeze dance through the lush gardens and towering coconut trees just outside your Deluxe Garden Room. This room offers a laid-back island setting with one king bed and an optional rollaway bed or crib, a full marble bathroom, a private balcony with seating for two, and a refrigerated bar.

This room says it sleeps two adults and two kids, but it does not unless you have a rollaway bed and a crib placed in it.

Partial Ocean-View Room

Views of the shimmering Pacific Ocean and swaying coconut trees await just outside your room. Enjoy these views from your private lanai in a Partial Ocean-View Room beautifully decorated with banana-leaf wall coercion and natural-wood finishes.

These rooms have a balcony with seating for two, a full marble bathroom and the option of a king bed with a sofa bed or crib or two double beds with a rollaway bed or crib. Despite the generous latter bed arrangement that suggests sleeping five people, the maximum occupancy of this room is four people. If you are a family of four, you will start your search here.

Oceanfront Room

Oceanfront Rooms offer guests unobstructed, panoramic ocean views in a colorfully decorated room with Hawaiian decor and a private lanai. Guests can choose bed options that include a king bed with a sofa bed or crib and two double beds with a rollaway bed or crib. The maximum occupancy for these rooms is also four people.

Prime Corner Oceanfront Room

Prime Corner Oceanfront Rooms are upper-floor corner rooms offering fantastic views of the surrounding area from the two private balconies.

The extra-wide, sliding-glass doors open up, allowing gentle breezes in the room, surrounding you with the sounds of ocean waves. The room has one king bed and space for a rollaway or crib, with a full marble bathroom.

Deluxe Room with Outdoor Spa

A hot tub on the Deluxe Room patio surrounded by palm trees.
Four Seasons / Christian Horan

Deluxe rooms provide guests with a spacious room with a full marble bathroom on the first floor. These oceanfront rooms have their lanai with a private outdoor spa tub, a pretty garden oasis, and easy beach access.

This room has one king bed and space for a rollaway or crib in addition to an outdoor dining set for two, lounge chairs, and a refrigerated bar.

Resort Junior Suite

Guests love relaxing in the customized Four Seasons bed while watching the giant flat-screen television after spending a long day splashing around the Pacific Ocean.

The Resort Junior Suite truly feels like an oasis with a private balcony with outdoor seating for two, oversized marble bathrooms, and spacious accommodations.

This suite has one king bed or two double beds with a choice of one rollaway bed, one crib, or one sofa bed.

Oceanfront Junior Suite

See the fantastic views of the Pacific Ocean, the white-sandy beaches, and the resort pools from the privacy of your balcony in the Oceanfront Junior Suite.

This room has the choice of one king bed or two double beds with a sofa bed or crib and an oversized, spa-like bathroom. Guests also enjoy an outdoor dining set for two, lounge chairs, and extra-wide sliding glass doors.

Resort One-Bedroom Suite

The Resort One-Bedroom Suite feels like an oasis, especially the spa-like marble bathroom with a separate show and tub. This peaceful room offers views of the surrounding area, including the Waianae Range. Rooms have one king bed and the option of one rollaway bed, crib, or sofa bed in addition to a large private balcony.

Ocean-View One-Bedroom Suite

Sounds of the ocean help lull you to sleep in your customized Four Seasons bed in the Ocean-View One-Bedroom Suite after a long day exploring Hawaii.

These rooms have one king bed, one rollaway bed, one crib, or one sofa bed, with a full marble bathroom and a powder room. Unique features for this room include a separate bedroom and living room and two private balconies.

Oceanfront Suite

Many guests love the Oceanfront Suite, which offers plenty of space to relax with the family for game or movie nights. Plus, the private balcony offers couples a romantic place to dine with beautiful views of the sunset.

The suite can be configured into one, two, or three bedrooms. This room comes with one king bed and the choice of one rollaway bed, one crib, or one sofa bed, with two or three full bathrooms.

Prime Ocean-Front Suite

Large groups traveling to Hawaii looking for easy access to the ocean will love staying in a Prime Ocean-Front Suite. Guests can choose between a one-, two-, or three-bedroom configuration, offering plenty of space for everyone to sleep and enjoy the breathtaking ocean views from the private balconies.

Special features of this suite include separate living and sleeping areas, two full marble bathrooms, a refrigerated bar, and intimate balcony seating.

Pacific Suite

The Pacific Suite living room overlooking the ocean.
Four Seasons / Christian Horan

Authentic Hawaiian culture influenced the style and design of the Pacific Suite, where guests can relax among banana-leaf wall coverings or sit out on their private outdoor lanai and plunge pool.

The suite has a separate bedroom and living area, one king and one rollaway bed, crib or sofa bed, and two full marble bathrooms. A two-bedroom configuration is available.

The Residence

The Residence is a massive three-bedroom suite perfect for a family or group of friends. This suite has a pantry, dining room, living area, and oversized lanai.

Each room has a king bed and space to accommodate one rollaway and two cribs. Each bedroom has a private balcony with views of either the ocean or mountains.

Penthouse Suite

 A stunning outdoor furnished terrace surrounded by ocean views.
Four Seasons / Christian Horan

The Penthouse Suite is a two-bedroom suite set on the 17th floor, offering expansive views from the spacious private terrace. Additionally, the interior room is spacious, providing plenty of space for everyone at your traveling party.

The suite has two king beds, one rollaway or crib per bedroom, two full marble bathrooms, and one powder room. Unique features of the suite include an extra-large living room, formal dining room, service kitchen, and a fully stocked private bar.

Presidential Suite

Presidential Suite furnished terrace overlooking the water.
Four Seasons / Christian Horan

The Presidential Suite is nestled on the fourth floor, offering guests two-bedroom suite accommodations with ocean views and one-of-a-kind style. In addition, guests staying in this suite have exclusive private access to the rooftop Sky Terrace and Lounge.

The suite offers two king beds and plenty of room for one rollaway bed, crib or sofa bed per bedroom, two full bathrooms, and one powder room. Guests also enjoy a private multimedia room and individually designed rooms.

Accessible Rooms

The Four Seasons Oahu Hotel has several accessible rooms, offering specialized features, such as a wheelchair-accessible entry door and lanai, lowered peepholes, easily operable closet door hands, ADA compliant transfer or roll-in showers, and lowered closet rod and shelf. Accessible rooms include:

  • Deluxe Room with Outdoor Spa Tub Accessible Room
  • Oceanfront Accessible Room
  • Partial Ocean-View Accessible Room
  • Ocean-View One-Bedroom Accessible Suite
  • Resort One-Bedroom Accessible Suite
  • Oceanfront Junior Accessible Suite

Dining at Four Seasons Oahu Hotel

Several Four Seasons Oahu restaurants offer guests many dining options to enjoy, including breakfast, lunch, dinner, beverages, and snacks.

Mina’s Fish House

Four Seasons / Christian Horan

Mina’s Fish House has a menu created by James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Mina, offering a line-to-table dining experience. Friends and family can gather for dinner, dessert, or Keiki. Mina’s Beach Club extends this restaurant allowing guests to enjoy beverages and signature appetizers while dipping their toes in the sand around resort-style fire pits.

La Hiki

Poolside bench seating at La Hiki.
Four Seasons / Christian Horan

La Hiki is an open-air restaurant in the heart of the resort, set alongside the Serenity Pool. Menu items were inspired by the island’s diverse collection of local farms, serving breakfast, a kids’ breakfast, brunch, and lunch.


Indoor round dining table awaiting guests at Noe.
Four Seasons / Christian Horan

Noe is a fine-dining Southern Italian-inspired restaurant led by Michelin-starred Japanese-Italian Chef Ryo Takatsuka. The menu uses traditional Southern Italian ingredients and age-old recipes featuring local seafood, homemade pasta, and top-quality meats. Menus include dinner, dessert, and a kids’ menu.

Waterman Bar and Lounge

The Waterman Bar and Lounge is the perfect reflection of vintage Hawaii’s surf culture, with an impressive collection of Hawaii’s craft beers, hand-crafted cocktails, wines, and curated spirits. In addition, a menu with casual bites is available for those wanting a snack while enjoying time visiting with friends and family while sitting by the pool.


Hokulea is an open-air coffee bar offering the perfect place for guests to start their day. Menu items include locally crafted, artisanal coffee, sandwiches, fresh pastries, and baked goods.

Dr. Mai Tai’s

Take a break and swim up to Dr. Mai Tai’s, a water’s edge bar in the resort’s famous infinity pool. The “on-call” cocktail doctor knows which drink to prescribe you while you are enjoying time in the Hawaiian sun.

In-Room Dining

In-Room Dining offers guests the opportunity to have breakfast in bed, dinner while watching movies with the family, or a romantic meal on the private patio. In-room dining is available 24 hours a day.

Culinary Experiences

The Four Seasons Hotel Oahu offers various culinary experiences, including Taste of Oahu, Peel, Eat, Repeat, and privately catered dinners.

Hotel Amenities

Aerial view of the Four Seasons Oahu resort, beach, and lagoon.
Four Seasons / Christian Horan

Guests staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Oahu have access to many on-site amenities, including sparkling pools, a private beach, a spa, and resort activities.

Swimming Pools

The adult swimming pool with ocean view at Four Seasons Oahu
The adult pool (Four Seasons / Christian Horan)

The resort has two family pools tiering down to the private beach. Adults can relax and enjoy the adults-only quiet beach and pool area. There is also an outdoor lap pool in the Naupaka Spa and Wellness Complex.

Spa & Salon

Four Seasons / Used with permission

The Naupaka Spa & Wellness Complex has 17 treatment rooms with three Muliwai healing hales, offering various healing and signature treatments. Spa treatments are available for children and teens. In addition, the spa complex has a health club and fitness center, with personal trainers and men’s and women’s facilities, such as steam rooms, sauna, whirlpool, changing rooms, and relaxation areas.

Golf & Tennis

Put some added swing into your stay at the Four Seasons Hotel Oahu by playing golf at the stunning Ko Olina Golf Club or playing a game of tennis on Naupaka Spa & Wellness Complexes’ 6th-floor tennis courts.


Guests enjoy an outrigger canoe experience.
Four Seasons / Rich Stapleton

Enjoy various water sports and beach facilities during your stay, including scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, canoeing, paddleboarding, and yachting.

Babysitting Services

Guests can take advantage of the babysitting services or the Kids For All Seasons club catering to guests ages 5 to 12. Guests ages 12 and up can also enjoy time away from their parents by visiting the Young Adult Centre, which offers many activities for preteens and teens.

About Ko’Olina

Ko’Olina offers many opportunities for visitors to refresh, relax, and restore their energies. Activities in the area include everything from swimming to surfing and hiking to strolling along the beach.

Guests staying at Four Seasons Hotel are approximately a 45-minute drive from Hawaii Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.

Additionally, the Four Seasons Oahu shares a lagoon with Disney Aulani, next door. Though the Disney resort amenities are only for hotel guests, visitors from other hotels can enjoy the restaurants, shopping, the Laniwai Spa (it’s outstanding — read my review), an evening luau.

Other Ko’Olina activities include visiting Wet’n’Wild Hawaii and a full-service marina offering fishing and sailing expeditions.

How to Make Reservations

You may request a Four Seasons Preferred Partner rate at Four Seasons Oahu that includes:

  • Daily breakfast for two in the Hotel restaurant
  • Hotel/Resort Credit* (based on room category booked):
    • Guest Rooms: USD 100 credit per stay
    • Suites and Specialty Suites: USD 200 credit per stay
    • Private Retreats: USD 200 credit per bedroom per stay
  • Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in**
  • Welcome note at check-in acknowledging you and your travel agency and the benefits that are being extended
  • Complimentary standard Internet in all guest rooms and premium Internet in all suites
Four Seasons Preferred Partner logo

*Hotel/Resort Credit may be applied to select incidental charges incurred at the Hotel or Resort. Must be used in conjunction with the initial stay and will be applied at check-out. May not be applied towards the room rate, taxes, resort fees, service charges, conference fees, or any charges from outside vendors. Exclusions may apply; contact the Hotel/Resort for more details.

When a suite is reserved in connection with another guest room or suite, the cumulative credit (based on room category booked) value applies.

The Private Retreats credit applies to Villas and Residences with a minimum average rate per night (before Resort fees and taxes) of USD 1,000.

**Category upgrade based on availability at time of check-in excludes Specialty Suites, Villas and the Private Retreats collection of Villas and Residences.

See also: Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea Review

Katie Dillon is the managing editor of La Jolla Mom. She helps readers plan San Diego vacations through her hotel expertise (that stems from living in a Four Seasons hotel) and local connections. Readers have access to exclusive discounts on theme park tickets (like Disneyland and San Diego Zoo) and perks at luxury hotels worldwide through her. She also shares insider tips for visiting major cities worldwide, like Hong Kong, London, Paris, and Shanghai, that her family has either lived in or visits regularly (or both).

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