Beautiful location and everything you need for a relaxing holiday within walking distance. We stayed at the Four Seasons Wailea this April with husband and 2 children. This was our third stay at the Resort. Generally we don't like to travel to the same places freqently however we find that the Four Seasons Maui is the perfect holiday for discerning adults with children.
Travelling a long distance from Australia, we usually stay a few days in Waikiki, however this visit we decided to travel directly to Maui for 5 days followed by 5 days at the Four Seasons Kona.
The standard rooms are light filled and a good size with a large bathroom plus fold-out sofa for children. On arrival, our children were welcomed with treats and thoughtful toys in our room including their names spelt out in sponges in the bathroom. They also had their own children's toiletries. As it was our third visit, we were greeted by the Manager at reception and received a welcome basket of fruit and chocolates.
The Resort was much busier this visit as we stayed during Spring Break. On arrival, we thought that this fact would affect our stay however the staff were just as attentive as previous visits in September and October. We did need to reserve our cabanas in the morning (with a strategically placed book). We had no issues with restaurant reservations or other services around the resort.
Our second child was 6 months old and the Resort was fantastic in ensuring that her needs were catered for. This included sterilising her bottles at no charge for me each day. Room Service would come to pick up and have them back to me very quickly. In comparison, the Four Seasons Kona was not as busy and much slower with their service throughout the Resort.
Other highlights - Outrigger canoe experience, snorkelling on the beach, pool menu and service, Infinity pool and view, kids for all seasons club, Ferraro's.
Misses - Bring back the L'Occitane toiletries