The moment we arrived, we received a traditional lei greeting and were welcomed into the bright and airy lobby. You could see all the way through to the ocean on the other side, and with all the open doors and windows, the sea breezes were wonderful. I loved that the whole resort felt like you were outdoors, in nature. I could write a whole post about the kindness and helpfulness of the staff at the Four Seasons. Everyone was fantastic and made for a very enjoyable trip!
Island Vintage Coffee, the cutest little local coffee chain. My daily pick was either a Hawaiian Honey or Island (macadamia nut and coconut) Latte. I had never really eaten many macadamia nuts before going to Hawaii, and I was definitely missing out!
Ko Olina Golf Club. The conditions were beautiful, I loved the speed of the greens, and you could see the ocean and mountains from so many of the holes. They even host an LPGA tournament there every year.
Aulani, was all about. It reminded me so much of a Disney park, and if you had kids, it would be a great place to stay. They offer a dining plan (yes, there's character dining!), scavenger hunts, childcare, Disney Photopass, and even a lazy river and water slides at the pool! We went over to check out the famed Stitch statue and grab a photo. We were glad that we stayed at the more relaxing and low-key Four Seasons, but Aulani was definitely a fun must-see!