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Four Seasons Resort Hualalai Golf Course

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Four Seasons Resort Hualalai Golf Course

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100 Kaupulehu Dr, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, HI 96740-5699
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Scott S wrote a review Aug 2019
Needham, Massachusetts46 contributions19 helpful votes
The course is not overly challenging with a pretty low slope rating. Holes are built along houses and lava rocks - only a few holes have ocean views. While a fun course to play, not sure if I would pay $295 to play this course again. However, if you want to play a round of golf on Hawaii, it was enjoyable enough. Carts have GPS and hot out there. The guy bringing around water, drinks and snacks was great - really friendly.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Yahell P wrote a review Jul 2019
Napa Valley, California74 contributions6 helpful votes
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Amazing view and the breakfast is really good. Breakfast Buffet $45 vs Fairmont’s $38 however you can see the difference in the ingredients. A la carte is great too. You can have a lighter/healthier or heartier option. the complimentary guava/passion fruit/orange lifts you up. The beaches are lovely. A combination of sandbeach and rocky like most beaches in the big island. Overall lovely property. Not sure it’d pay $1000k/night
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Date of experience: July 2019
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out-of-here-arizona wrote a review Feb 2019
Sun City West, Arizona204 contributions104 helpful votes
My husband and I did not stay at this property but had the opportunity to play the Nicklaus course for the second time as guests. The entire golf staff made us feel welcomed; I don't know who trained the golf course employees, but kudos to that person/persons. The entire staff is professional, friendly, courteous, and know how to treat their guests with kindness. The golf course employees understand the meaning of customer service! There are 2 courses on this property; 1 private and the other is for resort guests, which is the one we played; neither course is open to the public. The Nicklaus resort course itself is gorgeous.Several of the holes are on the water or have a water view, very distracting, especially when the whales are breaching. The condition of the course is beyond excellent, you can tell the groundskeepers are meticulous of the work they do. The fairways are undulating with soft rolls; the greens run fast whether it's to the ocean or the mountains, tricky to read!; there are no forced carries; just about every hole has an ocean view. If you have the opportunity to play this course do so. The aesthetics of the course and the way the staff treats their guests is amazing.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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KRZ wrote a review Dec 2018
Seattle, Washington207 contributions47 helpful votes
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We spent 4 nights at Hualalai early December. It was our second visit. We love the location and service here. December is a great time to visit. Our highlight was Ulu restaurant which had very good sushi and beautiful location. Many staff have been there for years. Great spa, wonderful massage by Marianne. Our favorite bartender was Jeff in the Hualalai Grille who makes an epic Mai Tai and awesome margaritas. Enjoy meeting other guests and relaxed vibe. The beach attendants are very sweet. This is our favorite Hawaii resort across all the islands. See you next year. Mahalo.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Mickey F wrote a review May 2018
Herndon, VA USA33 contributions13 helpful votes
REVIEW: My wife and I just spent 4 days at this lovely paradise of a hotel. It's our understanding this is the 4 Seasons Resorts #1 Property. And understandably so given its location and layout. Our room was stunning with plenty of room and a view to kill for....even came with an outdoor shower as well as an indoor shower....loved that concept. The restaurants (3 as I recall) are directly on the beach with in yards of the ocean. Their golf course was designed by Jack himself and is a non-traditional Nicklaus course in that it's fair and playable from all tees. We enjoyed our time at this resort but now for some observations if I may: 1) You had better be ready for some reality checks or have deep pockets. Rooms are expensive as you might expect from a Four Seasons Resort - one especially in Hawaii. I mean Expensive. 2) Service was outstanding and rightly so given this is their #1 World Wide resort. 3) Drinks and Food are very expensive. Breakfast our first day cost $90.00 and that's without any thing other than coffee for a beverage. I ordered a dish that had no potatoes so I asked our watress for some and yes we received a side dish which cost $9.00 extra. Average drink cost is $25.00 + Beers are $9.00+ A glass of wine ranges $20 to $40 a glass So enough of the pricing....as they say if you went there you should have been somewhat prepared or at least ready.... What we found was that it’s starting to show it's age a bit. The sidewalks could use power washing, the rooms are a bit dark, and overall you weren't sure at night where things were as it's poorly signed in my estimation or at least the signs at night were too dark to read or see. Upside: Our rooms were large and well appointed. The bed was the best we've slept in any resort/hotel worldwide. That outside shower was fantastic. Loved the 'miner's shower head' in the reg shower. Nice touch with the 'beach bag' in the closet as well as with the two island bath robes. It's a unique and outstand resort. Their lagoon pool was truly unique ....where you could snorkel and see over 4,000 different types of tropical fish. Their pools were lovely and their accommodations at poolside were first class. Same with the beach accommodations. No lack of service at either. It's a bit isolated and away from the hustle and bustle of Kona but then that's what you want in a place like this.... at least we do when looking/considering a paradise resort. Management was reactive and onto of their game. . . . I guess overall we just felt this property might be in need of a update of sorts.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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