Get Romantic at the Four Seasons Resort Maui with These Unforgettable Couples Experiences
Couples Season at the Four Seasons Resort Maui offers guests thoughtfully tailored experiences from September 1 through December 15, 2018.
What could be more romantic than spending time with the one you love at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, enjoying compelling experiences for couples on the gorgeous Wailea coastline? Starting September 1, the five-star, five-diamond resort will offer a full calendar of thoughtfully crafted programming for Fall’s popular Couples Season. Set against the stunning backdrop of Maui's sun-soaked southern coast, the menu provides that opportunity to journey deeper with unforgettable once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
A Look at Couples Season Experiences at the Four Seasons Resort Maui
Island craftsmen fill an open-air poolside market in this weekly pop-up event under the stars. This unique glimpse into the island's eclectic art scene guarantees guests will find treasures to take home as they enjoy cocktails by the resort's master mixologist, Ben Yabrow, and the sounds of local musicians.
The resort dedicates a whole day to the art of lei making in celebration of the ancient craft. Taught by the island's master weavers, guests are encouraged to let their creativity shine as they transform gorgeous blooms into stunning lei po'o (head lei). Leis will also be on display throughout the day, and guests will be able to order customized leis.
The Mobile Feast
Unexpected delights await adventurous diners who crave a bit more than the predictable sit-down dinner. The resort's talented culinary team, expert mixologists and sommeliers will lead diners through an interactive culinary journey across the resort's award-winning restaurants, including Wolfgang Puck's Spago, Ferraro's Bar e Ristorante, DUO Steak & Seafood, and the Lobby Lounge.
Hawaiian Star Stories
Guests are invited to talk story under the stars with one of Hawaii's most promising navigators, Kala Baybayan Tanaka. She recounts the brave history of her Polynesian wayfinding ancestors who used only the stars, wind and currents to find their way to the Hawaiian Islands—and her own recent journey navigating the Pacific on a sailing canoe. Watch the video below to learn more about Kala's exciting story!
Believed to have been first prepared by native Polynesians, Hawaii's most popular food trend, poke, continues to sweep the nation. The resort's expert chefs will demonstrate how to make the different variations of poke that are now found across the islands. Guests are invited to sample the delicious dish, which is paired with Maui Brewing Co.'s handcrafted local beer, at the weekly Poke pop-up party.
Makena Mornings and Fotog Fridays
Professional adventure photographer Daniel Sullivan has spent his life behind a lens and the last several years capturing every inch of Maui's dramatic coastline. Now, he shares the secrets behind his artistry with guests in twice-weekly, two-hour interactive sunset photography tours of the island's scenic southern shore. Early birds will love "Makena Mornings," while sunset seekers will be awed by "Fotog Fridays."
Champagne & Oysters
Dramatic Maui sunsets are accompanied by a champagne sabering ceremony at the resort's beachfront pop-up champagne and oyster bar. Guests can indulge in oysters hand-shucked to order as they meet the resort's up-and-coming sommeliers.
Arriving to the islands in the late 1800s, Japanese immigrants brought with them many cultural traditions which are still celebrated in Hawaii today. Chef Kela Lau Hee shares authentic Japanese techniques with guests during her weekly hands-on sushi and sake class. After working with the island's freshest produce, guests will dine on a delicious lunch.
The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea
Of course, we recommend stopping by the spa for a relaxing couple’s experience! Read the full spa profile for recommended treatments and insider tips!
For more information, visit the resort's official site here.