Haute Looks for Summer 2014 - We asked our experts at Hualalai Resort’s Seaside Beach to give us the scoop on summer must-haves for pool and beach fashion this year and we’re sharing their comments below. In the meantime, you’re invited to stop by the shop – it’s open daily – and see the fashion forward line-up in person!

The Hawaii Performing Arts Festival is set for June 29 through July 27, and this year two of the most exciting offerings take place right here at Hualalai Resort “The last Five Years” is a musical theater work by Jason Robert Brown about two young New Yorkers falling in and out of love.

Earlier this year, the Members Advisory Board, working with Hualalai Club Management, introduced a year-long series of luncheons designed to connect Members with the various department heads and managers at Hualalai Resort.

Magic Tennis Worlds!

Posted on Thursday, 15 May 14

“Magic Tennis Worlds” is a unique junior tennis development program at Hualalai Resort for keiki (children) ages 4-12. Created by long-time Hualalai tennis pro Jim Murray, a personable Aussie loved by all, the program transforms the tennis court into a whimsical world with colorful cartoon characters.

Ask about the best Easter brunch on Hawaii Island and you will overwhelmingly be led to Four Seasons Resort Hualalai’s ULU Ocean Grill + Sushi. Year after year, this culinary extravaganza exceeds the expectations of residents and guests alike. On Easter Sunday, April 20, the feast includes five action stations and six display stations of exceptionally-prepared, Island fresh specialties along with all the traditional holiday favorites. As outrageously tantalizing as this may be, the day doesn’t start here! Easter crafts and games get started at the “Kids for All Seasons” at 8am with the annual Easter egg hunt slated from 9:30am to 10am at the Four Seasons Seashell Lawn and the Hoku Amphitheatre. The fun continues at Hoku until 12 noon with face painting, bouncing castle and more! For more details and to book your brunch reservation, contact the Four Seasons Concierge at (808) 325-8000.

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai has recently dedicated space adjacent to the Beach Tree Lawn as a cultural area, complementing the existing Ka‘upalehu Cultural Center located below the Hualalai Grille restaurant. A local woodwork artist was commissioned to replicate the Kukulu O Kalani (Star Compass) which is the highlight of this site. Long-time Hualalai Resort staff member and Hawai‘i Island native, Earl Regidor, manager of the Cultural Center, hosts “talk story” sessions here every Friday from 10am to 10:30am focusing on ancient Polynesian voyagers and how they may have used this instrument to find their way to Hawai'i. The dedication of Kukulu O Kalani was celebrated in February, corresponding with the Pacific Voyaging Society’s preparations for Hokulele’s five-year World Wide Voyage which departs Hilo for Auckland, New Zealand (via French Polynesia) in May. Hokulele is and exact replica of the double-hulled sailing canoes used many centuries ago by Polynesians for their way finding voyages. For more details, contact Earl at (808) 325-8521.