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The Best Lanai All Inclusive Resorts

The Best 2 All Inclusive Resorts in Lanai

Updated June 2024 ⋅ Written by Vanessa Howard ⋅ Edited by Laura Schulthies

The Best Lanai All Inclusive Resorts
Best Lanai All Inclusive Resorts

Welcome to Lanai

Those looking for a quiet island escape will love the Hawaiian Island of Lanai. This island is known for being untouched, with very few paved roads, no crowds, and ample space to unplug. Let the slower pace of Lanai soothe your soul as you relax at an all-inclusive resort. You can also explore the island’s historic town, where you will discover the island’s aloha spirit within charming shops and restaurants. Thanks to the island’s untouched nature, there are only two top rated Lanai all inclusive resorts. Here is our guide to what each of them has to offer!

Those looking for a quiet island escape will love the Hawaiian Island of Lanai. This island is known for being untouched, with very few paved roads, no crowds, and ample space to unplug. Let the slower pace of Lanai soothe your soul as you relax at an all-inclusive resort. You can also explore the island’s historic town, where you will discover the island’s aloha spirit within charming shops and restaurants. Thanks to the island’s untouched nature, there are only two top rated Lanai all inclusive resorts. Here is our guide to what each of them has to offer!

Lanai Map

Lanai Map

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Where to Stay in Lanai

The Top Areas

  North Lanai

If you’re looking for adventure, North Lanai is the place for you. Only 30 miles of road in Lanai are paved, which leaves roughly 400 miles of dirt road to explore by 4-wheel drive.

  Central Lanai

Central Lanai has a more rustic feel than other Hawaiian Islands. The higher elevations make for cooler, upcountry temperatures and beautiful views. Make sure to take in the Pālāwai Basin, an area once covered with pineapple fields. Keep your eyes open for non-native wildlife like wild turkeys and Axis deer.

  South Lanai

South Lanai is known for its sunshine, peace, and quiet. Hulopoe Bay and Manele Bay offer the opportunity to see beautiful marine life conservation areas, and both are located in the south. In fact, Hulopoe Beach is where you’ll find our favorite all-inclusive, the Four Seasons Resort Lanai.

  North Lanai

If you’re looking for adventure, North Lanai is the place for you. Only 30 miles of road in Lanai are paved, which leaves roughly 400 miles of dirt road to explore by 4-wheel drive.

  Central Lanai

Central Lanai has a more rustic feel than other Hawaiian Islands. The higher elevations make for cooler, upcountry temperatures and beautiful views. Make sure to take in the Pālāwai Basin, an area once covered with pineapple fields. Keep your eyes open for non-native wildlife like wild turkeys and Axis deer.

  South Lanai

South Lanai is known for its sunshine, peace and quiet. Hulopoe Bay and Manele Bay offer the opportunity to see beautiful marine life conservation areas, and both are located in the south. In fact, Hulopoe Beach is where you’ll find our favorite all-inclusive, the Four Seasons Resort Lanai.

Four Seasons Lanai

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1. Four Seasons Lanai

This five-diamond family friendly resort sits just moments away from many of the most scenic spots on Lanai. Located on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, you have the option of an ocean view or a garden view which you can enjoy from your balcony or private terrace. Relax in the thick terrycloth bathrobes and slippers after spending a day exploring Lanai. Certain rooms offer Nespresso machines for those who need a morning pick me up.

This resort is an excellent option for travelers who want to travel a bit more sustainably. Enjoy amenities such as the Hawanawana Spa that offers body treatments, facials, massages and more, including an Island Vitality Ritual, Ti Leaf Relief Wrap, or a Deep Sea Cleanse. Relax at 2 outdoor pools with cabanas or fire a few shots off at the archery and shooting range. Wander the Botanical Gardens or head to the Manele Golf Course, the resort’s signature Jack Nicklaus golf course.

Take advantage of the Four Seasons Resort Lanai’s 7 restaurants and bars, including Nobu Lanai, where you can savor innovative Japanese cuisine. Or try One Forty for a menu filled with the best seafood and cuts of meat on the island. Views is the perfect post golf lunch spot, while Malibu Farm Bar is a great place to grab a tropical cocktail.

Why We Love Four Seasons Resort Lanai

  • Family Friendly
  • 2 Outdoor Swimming Pools
  • 7 Restaurants and Bars
  • Luxurious Hawaiian Spa Treatments
  • Manele Golf Course
  • Nobu Lanai
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Beautiful Views from Every Room

Sensei Lanai - A Four Seasons Resort

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2. Sensei Lanai - A Four Seasons Resort

This adult-only, luxurious wellness resort is a secluded paradise where you can create a personalized journey. The Sensei Lanai offers a customizable experience with unmatched hospitality and an extraordinary setting. Each room is bright and airy with an indoor-outdoor living space for you to enjoy. Private lanais in each room offer stunning views of the tropical jungle garden. Make sure to stroll the resort’s lush grounds during your stay.

At Sensei Lanai, the goal is to help you connect with your intentions. The resort offers new adventures, enriching classes, relaxing treatments, and private wellness consultations. The Sensei Way philosophy focuses on three paths: move, nourish, and rest. Enjoy luxurious and rejuvenating treatments at the spa or take one of the many fitness and well-being classes offered. Additional amenities include exciting island activities such as a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, tennis, or a sunset sail.

The Sensei Lanai offers 1 restaurant, 1 bar, and in-room dining. They are passionate about providing sustainable and locally sourced meals for their guests. Dine at Sensei by Nobu to be surrounded by the beauty of Hawaiian nature. If you are looking for a light snack or a refreshing cocktail, head to Koele Garden Bar, where you can dine on Island Tacos for lunch or the Sensei Salmon Burger for dinner.

Why We Love Sensai Lanai 

  • Adults Only
  • 1 Swimming Pool
  • 1 Restaurant and 1 Bar
  • Rejuvenating Hawaiian Spa Treatments
  • On-Site Golf Course
  • Lush Well-Manicured Grounds
  • Sensai by Nobu
  • Customizable Experiences

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