Four Seasons Resort Offers ‘Grown-Up Spring Break’

January 29, 2016, 12:00 PM HST · Updated January 29, 5:10 AM
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Enjoy SUP Yoga at Four Seasons Resort Maui. PRNewsFoto/Four Seasons Resort Maui.

Enjoy SUP Yoga at Four Seasons Resort Maui. PRNewsFoto/Four Seasons Resort Maui.

Four Seasons Resort Maui will present Grown-Up Spring Break from April 13 through June 19, as the perfect escape for couples, friends or single travelers.

Maui’s first and only Forbes Five-Star resort is offering the best rates of the year with no resort fee along with a busy schedule of activities—many of which are complimentary.

In addition, guests who book the popular “Experience More” package can receive up to USD 200 in resort credit per night, which can be applied toward the spa, boutiques or award-winning restaurants.

The adult spring break calendar will include complimentary extras including local craft beer tastings, cooking classes, pool parties, snorkeling, outrigger canoe paddling, morning yoga classes and many other activities.

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The resort will offer its most popular fitness class, stand-up paddleboard yoga, on a complimentary basis exclusively during this time.

For those looking to discover more of the island, the concierge can offer recommendations from exhilarating helicopter tours to picturesque sunset sails.

“Our dedicated concierge team is ready to customize daily activities for guests of every age and lifestyle—from the adventurous to the indulgent, and everyone in between,” said General Manager Jean Claude Wietzel. “Guests can be as active as they like or practice the fine art of doing nothing at all.”

For those in the latter category, the resort is famous for having perfected the luxury poolside experience. Guests simply check into one of the 58 complimentary cabanas across the resort, settle in and prepare to be pampered by any one of the resort’s nearly 1,000 employees. Evian spritzes, sunglass cleaning and perfectly timed frozen tropical fruit bites await those who want to do nothing but soak up the sun.

“Grown-Up Spring Break” is one of the special initiatives the resort has planned for guests as part of its 2016 “The Best Keeps Getting Better” campaign.

Serving travelers for the past 25 years, the iconic luxury resort is eager to keep building on the foundation that has created its legendary status: intuitive service, understated elegance and luxurious amenities.

To make reservations, call 1 (800) 334-MAUI (6284) or email [email protected].

For more information about Four Seasons Resort Maui.

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