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Lanai Lodging

Hotel Lanai
Hotel Lanai is Lanai's original hotel

Lodging on Lanai is limited to three establishments, other than a few private homes you can find on the Internet.  They are listed from least expensive to most expensive.  The rates listed are the standard rates published by the establishment.  Because of limited availability, you may find it difficult to get discounts on Lanai lodging, other than having it combined with airfare in a package.  However, you can try some of the tips shown on the Hawaii Lodging page.
Name Location Rates
(US $ )
Description
Hotel Lanai Lanai City $95 - $265 Hotel Lanai was built in 1923 by James Dole as lodging for Dole Plantation executives when the island was known as the world's largest pineapple plantation.  The hotel is located on a hill overlooking Lanai City and only has 11 rooms. It was the island's only hotel until 1990.  The rooms are located in two wings connected by a glass veranda.  Rooms have hardwood floors and ceiling fans.  The Lanai City Grille is located in the hotel and we found the food and service to be excellent. 828 Lanai Avenue, Lanai City
www.hotellanai.com
Four Seasons Manele Bay Hotel Lanai City $350 - $950 A 250 room luxury resort situated atop red lava cliffs.  Many ocean-front rooms offer stunning views of Hulopo'e Bay and the beach is just a short walk away.  During the day, casual wear including shorts and sandals is appropriate.  Jackets for men and appropriate evening attire for women are suggested in the main dining room.  The nearby island of Kaho'olawe stands out in the distance.  The Challenge at Manele offers 18 holes of golf designed by Jack Nicklaus.  We have stayed at the Manele Bay and if you can afford the price, or can get a discounted rate, we whole-heartedly recommend it.  Every aspect of our stay was first rate!  One Manele Bay Road, Lanai City
www.manelebayhotel.com
Four Seasons Lodge at Koele Lanai City $335 - $850 This 102 room luxury resort is located on the outskirts of Lanai City at 1,600 feet elevation amidst Cook Island pines in the central highlands of the island. Entering the Lodge, one is reminded of being in a lodge in England, or if it's cool and cloudy, perhaps the lodge of a ski resort in the summer.  During the day, casual wear including shorts and sandals is appropriate.    Jackets for men and appropriate evening attire for women are required in the formal dining room.  The Experience at Koele offers 18 holes of golf designed by Greg Norman.  A shuttle operates to Manele Bay for those who want to sunbathe, swim, snorkel or golf.  Keomoku Road, Lanai City
www.lodgeatkoele.com

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