• Four Seasons Resort Lanai Review: Travel with a Toddler

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    If you ever dreamed of jetting off to your own private island, then this resort is pretty much that. A secluded, tropical oasis lies just off the beach of Lanai's southern coast. Here my husband and toddler and I had the most relaxing, refreshing stay, soaking in the freeform pools, building sand castles on the beach and dancing along with the nightly music performances.
    Highlights:
    - Four Seasons Lanai Lounge at Honolulu Airport
    - Renting a Sanctuary at the pool for the day
    - The thoughtful amenities left in the room for our daughter
    - The high quality rollaway crib for use during our stay
    - Spending time on our own lanai watching the tropical birds
    - Tiki Torch lighting around the property at Sunset
    - That breakfast buffet!
    - Complimentary Beach Yoga with Will
    - Sunset Session concert series under the stars with Cisco Adler
    - Feeding the koi fish
    - The sincerity from all the staff who went out their way to make our toddler happy!


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