Advisors can now book clients into 1 Hotel Hanalei Bay, the flagship property of 1 Hotel and Resorts, which will again reopen to guests in the spring of 2022.
The resort is located on a hillside overlooking Hanalei Bay, the largest bay on the north shore of Kaua’i island in Hawaii.
The property is in the midst of a $250 million renovation that will see it re-emerge as a wellness sanctuary with a focus on honoring the local culture, safeguarding the environment around the hotel, and more.
Every inch of the property has been touched by the renovation including the resort's 252-guest rooms and suites, the new 7,900-square-foot wellness center, the resort’s pools, and the 18,000 square-foot spa and fitness center.
Additional on-site staff will include nutritionists, integrative medicine doctors, physical trainers, meditation guides, and wellness experts, along with five dining options with chefs that put together meals with ingredients sourced from on-site gardens and neighboring farms.
Now, advisors will be able to get their gets into 4-, 7-, and 10-day customized wellness retreats at the resort, which will be the new focus of the resort. Each of those packages includes a pre-stay wellness package that will allow guests to “east into a mindset that will pave the way for an extraordinary wellness onsite experience,” 1 Hotel said.
Those packages include daily personalized and nutritional programming and a post-stay check-in.
According to Barry Sternlicht, Chairman and CEO of Starwood Capital Group, "The 1 Hotels brand expansion to Kauai is both perfect and personally thrilling.”
“There is no more beautiful island where nature is protected and celebrated than Kauai. The setting and surrounds are simply astonishingly stunning. Not only in light of the 1 Hotels nature-centric vision but in the spirit of nostalgia. The Hanalei Bay area provided extraordinary memories to me and my family over the decades. There simply could not be a better place to showcase our commitment to the environment, to wellness and to teaching each visitor that one can lead a more sustainable life without sacrificing bespoke luxury,” he said.