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Four Seasons to open fourth property in Hawaii, at O’ahu Ko Olina

The new resort will introduce the first Four Seasons-branded private residences in Hawai‘i, offering the unparalleled service that has made the luxury brand famous throughout the world.

Isadore Sharp, Founder and Chairman of Four Seasons, noted that island royalty and the world’s elite have long enjoyed Ko Olina, or “Place of Joy” in Hawaiian, as an exclusive gathering place. “Ko Olina on O‘ahu, with its pristine natural beauty, is an ideal place for Four Seasons to create a world-class resort and residential experience that exemplifies Hawaiian hospitality at its best,” continued Mr. Sharp. Four Seasons President and Chief Executive Officer J. Allen Smith added, “Four Seasons is committed to Hawai‘i, with our existing four hotels on three islands, and we are thrilled with the opportunity to bring the brand to O‘ahu, the travel and business hub of the Pacific.”

With the reacquisition of Ihilani from Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors complete, Westbank will take the development lead on the Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina.  Westbank’s design team for this project includes James K.M. Cheng Architects, 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Toyo Ito, Group 70 International, Philpotts Interiors, and SWA Group.

Ko Olina is located on the sunny west side of O‘ahu. Originally conceived in the mid-1980s, the resort has been reaffirmed many times over the years, most recently by the notable success of Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, which debuted in 2011. The 650-acre master-planned community also features Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club; several private resort residential communities; Hawai‘i’s only private deep-draft marina; the award-winning Ko Olina Golf Club; four oceanfront white sand lagoons connected by 1.5 miles of shoreline pathways; access to a diverse selection of ocean and outdoor activities; and the island’s best weather, all located 17 miles from the Honolulu International Airport.

Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club

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