Luxurious Resorts — Like Heaven on Earth

Lanai is the smallest of the Hawaiian islands that is open to visitors and your experience of it may be decided by where you choose to stay.

The Lodge at Koele

The Lodge at Koele
The Lodge at Koele
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The Lodge at Koele, located upcountry at the edge of the mountains, is a luxurious 102-room hotel that combines the charm and refined atmosphere of a traditional English country manor. The Lodge is complete with an orchid house, putting greens, lawn bowling, croquet courses, bike rentals, heated pool, workout facilities, tennis, a library, games room, music room, formal gardens and perhaps the finest dining anywhere in the world.
Manele Bay Hotel
Manele Bay Hotel
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Manele Bay Hotel

The other Lanai accommodation option is to be found at the oceanside Manele Bay Hotel. Designed with a blend of Mediterranean and Kamaaina architecture, this luxurious 250-room hotel meanders across the hillside, overlooking the picturesque cove of Hulapoeo Bay, offering outstanding vistas of the Pacific. Terrific snorkeling and if you're lucky, you may even spot the spinner dolphins who've made the bay their home.

Hotel Lanai

A vintage 11-room plantation style inn, Hotel Lanai was built in the 1920s as a guest lodge primarily for visiting executives of Dole Company.

Puulani Ridge

Along with the Villas at Koele, these luxury custom home sites are situated along the back nine holes of the Experience at Koele Golf Course.