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Has anyone had, going to have,or been to a wedding at the Four Seasons?

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#1 nina1589

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    Posted 02 May 2009 - 07:07 PM

    Hi everyone!

    I am having my very small wedding at the Four Seasons in Maui. My wedding planner is Denise Black. I am still deciding on photogs, but I think i will go with Scott Hughes. I would appreciate any feedback ya'll have. I feel like I am planning my wedding with blinders on.

    #2 dcnetworks

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      Posted 03 May 2009 - 11:23 PM

      I presume you never been to Maui?!?

      Wailea is 'the' lux part of Maui. Beautiful hotels such as the Four Seasons and the Fairmont Kea Lani Maui are both located there. I think the Marriott is also located nearby. If you are talking about hosting your wedding at the Four Seasons then you must have a decent wedding budget. Go for it!

      I would give the Four Seasons in Maui a 4.5 stars (not 5). Here are the reasons:

      The Four Seasons in Maui guest rooms and the main pool are a bit too close together for my taste. The pool gets crowded during the day but they give you FREE spring water, refreshing towels, and pops.

      I personally like extra space so the Four Seasons was a no-go for me. If you want another excellent option nearby - I would suggest the Wailea Beach Villas for you and your guests if you are hosting your wedding at the Four Seasons. Check out the Wailea Beach Villas review by Johnny Jet.

      Honolulu to Maui

      When you are in Maui - you will do activities. Here are 2 suggestions for you and your guests:

      1. Charter a helicopter for you and 4 guests (6 people max inside) as one of your possible activities before or after your wedding day. Blue Hawaiian (Eco-Star) rocks. Be sure to call ahead and ask for a group discount. We loved it. Yes...it was $$$. Bring camera!

      2. Charter a REAL sailboat for a little adventure for you and your guests. There is a sailboat in Lahaina that was actually used in the 1997 America's Cup. We made arrangements ahead of time and reserved the sailboat for a sunset sail. The sunset sail was beautiful, the crew was friendly, and it was so much fun. Bring camera!

      Advice: do NOT do the bike down the volcano tour.

      Good luck. I wish I am in Maui right now.

      #3 nina1589

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        Posted 04 May 2009 - 04:28 PM

        Thank You sososososo much for your advice. I really appreciate it. We are staying at the Four Seasons. It will just be Fi and I, and our moms. We get 25% off the rooms since we are getting married there. Wish the rooms were a little bigger. It has been a whole new experience for me to plan something like this over the computer.

        #4 PaddleAddict

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          Posted 08 May 2009 - 12:03 AM

          Originally Posted by dcnetworks
          Advice: do NOT do the bike down the volcano tour.

          Hello, sorry to jump in this thread, but we were thinking of doing this tour. Could you elaborate on why we should not? TIA!

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