Where to Stay on Lanai
Accommodations on Lanai are limited: You can go for broke at one (or both) of the luxurious Four Seasons properties, book a plantation-style room at the Hotel Lanai, or camp under the stars at Hulopoe Beach Park. When you stay with the Four Seasons, you’re greeted at the airport or ferry with chilled towels and shuttled off in style. Later, if you move from one resort to the other, the staff will pack and deliver your luggage for you.
In addition to the above choices, the island offers a handful of vacation rentals. Hale O Lanai, in Lanai City (www.myhawaiibeachfront.com; tel. 808/247-3637), is a fully equipped two-bedroom plantation house that sleeps up to six. The bathroom is a little funky, but the hardwood floors and tropical accents are charming. Rates range from $125 to $150 plus an additional $65 cleaning fee.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.