Four Seasons hotels and resorts are some of the best luxury hotels in the world. In fact, we have already investigated the best Four Seasons hotels on Hawaii. Here we take in the whole world, which crucially, also has a beach.
For me, true happiness is when I walk alone on the beach through the coral sand, while the shallow turquoise water tickles my toes. Here are the best 5 resorts in the world to be engulfed in beach-lovers paradise.
Wherever you are in the world, Four Seasons hotels are consistently one of the best hotels in that city or resort. This means that most Four Seasons hotel room rates generally start at $500 USD-$1000 USD per night and because they don’t have a Four Seasons loyalty program, you will never be able to book a free stay by racking up and redeeming points, or by collecting points on your credit card and spending them on a Four Seasons hotel stay. It can’t be done. But you can get discounts at Four Seasons hotels and benefit from special rewards at Four Seasons hotels for no extra cost by booking your next stay via our luxury travel concierge.
Four Seasons Lanai
Sorry, but Hawaii was always going to come top of my list and the Four Seasons Lanai sits on Manele Bay which is the most perfect beach you can imagine. This hotel is ultra-exclusive, being on its own island and is hard to beat.
Spend the day playing in the white sands of the secluded “Shipwreck Beach,” accessible only by 4×4 jeep, and snorkeling in the waters of Hulopoe Bay, a protected marine preserve. Then hike to Sweetheart Rock, 20 minutes from Four Seasons Resort Lanai, and stare into the glittering nighttime.
Our luxury travel concierge offers free upgrades, breakfasts & credit at all Four Seasons hotels.
Four Seasons Resort Anguilla
From hidden coves to long stretches of powdery sand, Anguilla is home to 33 breathtaking beaches. And with no cruise ships or casinos allowed, you’re promised a relaxing scene for unwinding. Bask in the low-key spirit of the British Overseas Territory while locals share their passion for boat racing, Caribbean music, and food.
Its impeccable scenery combined with a coastal dining scene like no other, Anguilla easily makes it to the top of our list. Its silky sand is highlighted by more than 100 restaurants, from rustic to luxurious, several of them right on the water. Enjoy a rum punch, a local lobster delicacy, and the everlasting allure of the sea at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla.
Four Seasons Resort Nevis
Southeast of the Gulf of Mexico, the tropical Caribbean is home to more than 7,000 islands, islets, reefs, and cays. How do you choose the best? Nevis offers lovely beaches that are almost never crowded. You truly feel like you’re on a quiet, remote island away from the rest of the world.” On the north side of the island is a sweet spot, Lovers Beach, virtually hidden from the road.
Four Seasons Resort Nevis, West Indies, offers a tropical oasis located lifetimes away from the hustle and bustle of the Caribbean, flush with sugar-soft beaches and sweeping vistas of the rainforest. The perfect getaway.
Four Seasons Los Cabos at Costa Palmas
Four Seasons Los Cabos at Costa Palmas has just opened and is pictured above. This East Cape location, on the warm, crystal-clear waters of the Sea of Cortez, makes for excellent snorkeling and diving, some of the world’s best light tackle and sport fishing, and world-class windsurfing and kiteboarding. The idyllic setting at the base of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains also offers endless opportunities for land adventure, from hiking, biking, and horseback riding to exploring waterfalls, spring-fed freshwater pools, and hot springs.
This 145-key Resort features a low-density layout spread across multiple buildings, and a collection of whole-ownership oceanfront, marina-side, and golf-side private residences, as well as an intimate collection of custom single-family beachfront private residence villas all facing a glorious beach.
Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora
These away-from-it-all volcanic islands boast sapphire waters surrounded by emerald mountains. Bora Bora, the land of “50 shades of blue” offers endless crystal clear waters. The overwater bungalows at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora take the beach vacation to the next level, offering 360-degree views and complete immersion in the aquatic life.
Four Seasons Resort Bali
The lure of the exotic leads us to another one of our favorite tropical escapes: the beach of Jimbaran Bay. With forested volcanic mountains in the distance, soft white sand and year-round warm temperatures characterize the Bali beach.
After relaxing in the sun, catch a glimpse of a sea turtle or parrotfish while diving near one of the coral reefs off the island, located in the Coral Triangle. Finish the evening with a drink at Sundara restaurant at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay.
Four Seasons Costa Rica
Though typically known for its vivid rainforests, South America and Central America can also claim some of the world’s most beautiful beaches.
No setting sun is more gorgeous than one dozily sinking behind the ocean, which is why Costa Rica is one of our favorite beaches at the day’s end. With warm gulf waters, pristine white sands and tropical trees swaying inland, the Gulf of Papagayo is paradise. Four Seasons Costa Rica sits on a hillside by a picture-perfect beach and just up the peninsula from the Park Hyatt Papagayo. Find out our thoughts on the three best resorts in Papagayo.
Four Seasons Resort Seychelles
Just off the coast of East Africa lie the Seychelles, home to numerous beaches and nature reserves. Nature is awe-inspiring here. You may even catch a glimpse of a rare giant Aldabra tortoise.
Home to some of the best lesser-known snorkeling and diving spots, the islands off Africa are excellent options for your next beach getaway and the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles makes the perfect luxury hotel in this magnificent location.
Four Seasons Resort Mauritius
Surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean and basking in nearly year-round sunshine, Mauritius is an island paradise. At Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita guests can enjoy three private beaches, with their choice of a beach sofa, palm tree hammock, or a sun lounger on the Resort’s private island.
Sail the turquoise sea, marvel at giant tortoises on the beach, play golf on a championship course, or just gaze at the glinting water outlined by the Bambou Mountains in the distance.
Maldives Private Island Voavah at Baa Atoll
With some of the world’s most varied coral reefs and year-round tropical climate, the “East Indies” offer travelers some of the most picturesque scenes for their beach vacation.
Guests seeking stillness and tranquillity often turn to the beaches of the Maldives, a nation made up of more than 1,000 coral islands known for their blue lagoons and underwater scenery. For the ultimate in peaceful seclusion, escape to Maldives Private Island Voavah at Baa Atoll.
Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai
Lying in Vietnam’s cultural heartland, the tranquil kilometer-long stretch of beach in Hoi An has been deemed one of the world’s best beaches, and it’s also a relaxing perch from which to explore the country’s rich history.
Enjoy direct access to Ha My Beach from your suite at Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai in Hoi An, Vietnam. In between bouts of lazing in the sun, take an excursion to any of the three UNESCO heritage sites nearby: Hue’s imperial city, the temple sanctuary of My Son and Hoi An’s enchanting lantern-lit streets.
Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach
With 47 miles of pristine golden beaches, Palm Beach, Florida has a setting for everyone, from romantically private stretches of sand to family-friendly beaches with playgrounds, nature centers, and beach parks that offer snorkeling, wind sailing, fishing or paddleboarding. Catch a gleeful glimpse of a loggerhead turtle, or relax in a cabana with the complimentary service of personal beach staff at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach.
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