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Nestled among the towering Cook pines is a small country inn with ten plantation-style rooms and a private cottage called Hotel Lanai. It is a historic landmark, built in 1923 by James Dole as lodging for his pineapple plantation executives. Inside Hotel Lanai is a beautiful restaurant and bar, the Lanai City Grille, with award-winning cuisine. Tourists can relax in the cool breezes, enjoy the quiet atmosphere, and appreciate affordable accommodations.
Complementary continental breakfast is provided to registered hotel guests.
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The Hotel Lanai is not for everyone. If you need a tv or have children or talk loudly or are a sensitive sleeper, this is not your place. But if you are mindful of others, like to hear the Cook pines’ response to the hillside...More
Living on Oahu can be very busy, so the chance to take my wife to Lāna’i for the weekend was a golden opportunity to unwind and relax. We enjoy quaint charming hotels and look for the unexpected.
Lāna’i City is a small community without a...More
Lanai City is a cozy village on an island that is a mix of the ultra-luxurious (Four Seasons) and the essentially simple—a step back in time and pace (Hotel Lanai and Lanai City). I am really glad that we chose the Hotel Lanai. Although not...More
We stayed here for a night recently on a weekend getaway and it was fabulous! Staff is nice, hotel is from the 20s and is well maintained, and right in the middle of lanai square! Continental breakfast was a nice touch. Would definitely stay here...More
We wanted to visit Lanai, but remain on a reasonable budget! Hotel Lanai was perfect! We stayed in the cottage, which is just off to the side of the hotel. The cottage gave us more space with the 1 Br, 1 BA, and living room...More