Ko Olina, Oahu, HI

Chic and light-filled with vast ocean views, the 358 guest accommodations, including 52 suites, provide a personal sanctuary in this all-encompassing Hawaiian luxury beach resort — Oahu's first Four Seasons branded resort.

Wailea, Maui, HI

The epitome of a romantic sanctuary, Hotel Wailea blends rustic elegance with a fresh take on exotic design.


5 Best Designed Hotels in Maui, Architectural Digest


#1 Hotel in Maui, Conde Nast Traveler


Top 16 Most Romantic Hotels in the World, Conde Nast Traveler


Waikīkī, Oahu, HI

This iconic Waikīkī beach resort, built in the 1920s, gets a much needed update while preserving its historical references and significance. The hotel is enhanced with furnishings and a modern envelope to create a fresh setting as well as memorable experiences and connections for guests visiting Hawai`i.

International Interior Design Association -

Best of Show 2010 Winner


Long Beach, CA

A modern and organic style of design comes together in a colorful fusion of Latin and Southern California influences. Located on the waterfront of Long Beach, clean lines and lush landscaping make this hotel an ideal decadent, urban playground.


Design by Charles de Lisle

Waimea, Hawai`i, HI

The grounded, earthy textures of this Kohala Coast resort are rejuvenated with vibrant corals, yellows and hot pinks bringing vitality and a new life. At this classic property, modern shapes punctuate the space from the art on the walls and the lighting to the furniture.

San Francisco, CA

Japanese anime meets the urban style of San Francisco at this amusing hotel located in the heart of Japantown. Filled with color and playfulness, the hotel is both comfortable and a reflection of the neighborhood.


Design by Charles de Lisle

Santa Cruz, CA

Light, textures and colors bring surfer-chic to this renovated property on the California coast. The result of this thoughtful design is a feeling of both the past and present.


Design by Charles de Lisle

Huntington Beach, CA

The views of the Pacific Ocean provide inspiration for this mid-century hotel update. Daydreaming of the beach, guests are brought to an atmosphere reminiscent of surfers and wood-paneled family station wagons ready to drive down the California coast.


Design by Charles de Lisle

Waikīkī, Oahu, HI

A classic oceanfront hotel, built in the 19th century, is modernized with clean lines and a soothing palette. The new elegant décor references the early years of the Waikīkī hotel with pieces like steamer trunks cleverly converted into coffee tables.

Waikīkī, Oahu, HI

Considered a “hotel within a hotel,” the Hilton Hawaiian Village Ali`i Tower is treasured and honored with returning guests. A new, glamorous renovation brings the tower up-to-date making it modern yet more vibrant with natural materials, forms and artifacts.

Kapalua, Maui, HI

This traditional five-star property shines with grace while connecting to the island. Located on the West Side of Maui, it sets a new standard for tropical elegance.

Lahaina, Maui, HI

Undergoing a major reinvention, a two-star property built in the 1960s, is transformed into a chic resort with sleek finishes, organic features and modern tropical influences.

Pescadero, CA

The Northern California coast hosts this rugged, outdoor camping experience. From cozy lodges to distinctive tent bungalows, accommodations are rustic yet upscale and filled with all the comforts.