Earlier this year, Four Seasons Resorts Lanai debuted a luxurious airport lounge in the Honolulu International Airport to match the vision of their AAA Five Diamond Hawaiian property. The resort works with Hawaiian Airlines.
Honolulu Airport Lounge
The retreat is situated by Gate 24 on the second floor of the Overseas Terminal. This lounge, exclusively reserved for Four Seasons resort guests, welcomes those traveling to and from to Lanai in the type of luxury that they can expect once they arrive on the island.
The 1,000-square-foot luxury lounge offers a retreat-like setting for passengers prior to their flights to the secluded island of Lanai. Guests will benefit from complimentary amenities – including food, beverages, iPads, Wi-Fi access, charging stations, luggage holding areas, magazines, newspapers, and hi-def televisions.
Additionally, Lanai Ambassadors in the lounge are available to assist with check-in, bookings for a variety of land, sea, and air activities, jeep rentals, restaurant reservations, and more.
When booking their room reservations, Four Seasons Resorts Lanai guests arriving from the mainland and connecting via Honolulu to Lanai will also be offered "Concierge Transfer" service provided by Island Air. Depending on the distance of the Honolulu terminal at which the guests arrive, Island Air guest services staff will greet the passengers and walk them over to the commuter terminal or escort and transfer them via the Wiki-Wiki Intra-Terminal Bus or Island Air's Mercedes Sprinter.
I have been assured that the Four Seasons Resorts Lanai lounge will be available to all resort guests regardless of which interisland airline they use to fly to and from Lanai.
The times I have spent on the island of Lanai have been some of the most restful I have spent anywhere in Hawaii.
While on the island, be sure to experience some of the activities available including world-class golf, horseback riding, archery, skeet shooting, and exploring such areas as The Garden of the Gods and Shipwreck Beach.