Staying at this property for 3 days allowed us to have a fantastic time experiencing the different levels of relaxation and activities available to us through the Four Seasons Oahu at Ko Olina Pools and Lagoon.
This is the view of the lagoon from our room. As you can see, it has breakers in place to dampen the waves coming in from the ocean. This allows for an enjoyable time for everyone regardless of their swimming capabilities.
The beach area in front of the lagoon is a guest only area, but the lagoon itself is shared with another neighboring property, Disney Aulani. It is important to note that the two properties sharing the one lagoon at no time caused any inconvenience.
The staff at the lagoon were quite helpful and went above an beyond in setting up our chairs and ensuring that we were well looked after during our time on the beach.
The Four Seasons Oahu at Ko Olina Outrigger.
Behind the Outrigger above, you can see the Activity Booth manned by the staff in the blue shirts. Here you could ask for snorkeling gear or other accessories to enjoy your time at the lagoon. I did go snorkeling, but must admit that the water at the time was a little too murky to be able to clearly see too far ahead underwater.
I did bring an underwater camera with me, however the pictures were not clear enough, due to the water, to be able to show on this post.
Below is a picture of the Disney Aulani that shared the lagoon with the Four Seasons Oahu at Ko Olina. You can see a clear separation on the beach of the two properties. I will note that their area of the beach did seem a little more congested than the Four Seasons side. We did actually do a personal tour of the Disney resort and much of the pool area seemed to be under renovation at the time and could be a main cause for the crowded conditions on their side of the beach. Unless you are a big Disney fan and have small children, the Four Season property was much more comfortable and clean.
Below if the Family Pool (the large round one), except for briefly sitting there on our first day, we did not utilize this pool. It seemed to be mainly occupied with parents with very young children who were not quite ready for the lagoon or the busier Children’s Pool that can be seen to the upper right of the main Family Pool.
All the pools were illuminated at night, and they were quite beautiful.
Below is the Adult Only Infinity Pool. This was by far the busier of the pools and it provided a quiet respite from the busier lagoon and family pools.
However, as it was quite busy, we did find from time to time that there were no chairs available and we needed to put our names on the waiting list. They would text us when our spots became free. I would recommend going early in the day should you be looking to spend your day at this pool.
On our second day, we made use of one of the cabanas.
The cost of the cabana rental also includes a complimentary bottle of champagne.
The cabanas came fully stocked and included a tv, mini-fridge, and sunscreen package for you to keep.
Next to the Adult Infinity Pool was a jacuzzi.
We also made use of the Fitness Facility and the Spa.
It was actually empty at the time, which made it very enjoyable not having to wait for any equipment.
They even have Peloton Bikes, and this made me very happy as I have always wanted to try one out. If you are a Peolton member, you could log into the bike using your ID to keep an accurate track of your workouts. I loved it so much that I have now purchased my own Peloton!
They have a Tennis Court as well.
There was a jacuzzi in the spa and also a sauna.
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