The Four Seasons met all of our expectations, and then some. From the time we checked in and were upgraded to a partial ocean view without having to ask, to enjoying the new adult only pool. The only small problem we had was on our first full day there after hanging out at the pool until 2pm, we came back to our room and they were just getting ready to clean it, a bit annoying. We hung out on our lanai while they cleaned the room. We called the front desk, and asked that our room be cleaned between 9-10am every morning, and turn down service between 8-9pm every night. We never had a problem after that. Back to the great stuff. Breakfast or dinner at Duo's was great, wonderful outside patio area, delicious food, pricey, but you are at the Four Seasons. We had dinner a few times at Ferraro's, we highly reccomend it. The food and service were always great, and you MUST have their Tiramisu, delightful, yummy. We even rented one of the cabanas at the Adult pool, ($300), and it was well worth it. Try to get one of the two in the back, better sun all day long. You were never longing for service whatever pool you were at. They fixed up a couple of lounge chairs for us, provided us with ice cold water through out the day, popsicles or outterpops, and even cold jello. Towards the end of the day someone would come by with aloe vera for you to put on your skin. They also had sun screen lotion stations free of charge. And sometimes came by with an Evian spritz to help cool you down. The rooms were wonderful, just like everyone said. The staff was outstanding, and called by name once they got to know you. Take a walk or shuttle to the Wailea shopping center, go to ABC or the General store, and stock up on munchies or beer and soda for your room frig, while there, enjoy a wonderful breakfast at Longhi's, or lunch/dinner at Tommy Bahama's. and then take the nice walk back to the hotel cutting through the Grand Wailea hotel. Or if your too tired, call the Four Seasons and they will pick you up. They even gave us a ride to Matteo's for pizza one night. Great little casual place, order at the counter, sit down, and pizza is delivered. Loud and lively, great food. We also hitched a ride from the Four Seasons to the Wailea Golf course to play the Emerald course, I highly reccomend playing that course, and if you play early, stop in the cliubhouse for a great lunch. We also booked a tour on Blue Hawaiian helicopter, our first time. It was great, we went over west Maui and Molikai, our pilot even detoured us over the Ritz Carlton Bay golf course, because we were playing the course the next day. We spent the rest of that day cruising to Paia, if you want a casual day shopping, go there, nice little shops, great fish tacos at the Fish Market, we heard Charlie's is also great. If you want a fancy expensive lunch or dinner with a fantastic view go to Moma's House just past Paia. Want to try something different, take the road upcountry, and go to the winery, yes a winery in Maui, if you can bring a lunch, and enjoy the grounds, very peaceful, and relaxing, the air is much cooler, and refreshing up there. The wine is ok, the pineapple wine tastes like a cold fruit sweet drink. Thy also have regular wine they make. For sushi we wetn to Sansei in Kihei, an easy taxi ride there, the hotel can make reservations and give you directions. The concierge staff at the Four Seasons was wonderful, they booked our trips, had tickets, directions delivered to our room, whatever we asked for, they made it happen, and most of the time, they just billed it to our room. We are now officially spoiled and will find it very hard to go to another resort. We hope this review helps anyone wavering on where to stay. We also saw that they did some wonderful things for kids.