The Four Seasons Is Launching A Wellness Retreat

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And it’s everything you’d expect from the five-star brand.

The Four Seasons brand made a name for itself in the hospitality industry by creating hotels that ensured the overall well-being of its guests. That’s why their beds are world-renowned for providing the ultimate night’s sleep, and spas have some of the most rejuvenating services in the world. So, it was only a matter of time before the luxe chain dove head-first into the wellness space.

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and wellness company Sensei have partnered to develop Four Seasons Hotel Lanai at Koele, A Sensei Retreat scheduled to open November 1. Unlike traditional Four Seasons properties, this one will be all-inclusive, focusing exclusively on wellness retreats. 

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“Four Seasons' partnership with Sensei signals our deep understanding of what today’s luxury traveler wants: an exclusive and differentiated wellness travel experience, perfectly pairing Sensei’s evidence-based approach to healthy living with Four Seasons' renowned and legendary service,” Christian Clerc, President, Global Operations, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, said in a statement. 

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What will the experience entail? Guests will be able to build a fully customizable, science-based program that includes wellness experts, nutritionists, chefs, fitness experts, spa therapists, and more. Each guest is paired with a Sensei Guide, who builds this unique itinerary prior to arrival at the property, and participates in activities such as one-on-one training sessions, lectures, excursions, and spa services.

“Our goal is to create experiences, products, and services that help people address the gap between their wellness intentions and daily practices,” Sensei co-founder Dr. Agus said in a statement. “Our retreat provides a great environment to work towards balance, health, and well-being with the support of a dedicated, data-driven wellness team.”

As far as the property, the retreat takes advantage of the 90,000 secluded acres that’s also home to the Four Seasons Resort Lanai. Guests will have access to a 24-hour gym, a yoga studio and pavilion, onsen baths, outdoor pools, 18-hole golf course, ziplines, and more. And you can’t have a wellness retreat without delicious healthy food, right? That will be provided by the new-concept restaurant Sensei by Nobu.    

There’s a minimum stay of three nights, but more days and activities can be added upon request.