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Kama‘aina Season inviting at Four Seasons Maui

An adult infinity pool features underwater music along with views of the Neighbor Islands, the ocean and West Maui Mountains. -- Four Seasons photo

Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea invites Hawaii residents to enjoy the lowest kamaaina rates of the year, from Friday to Dec. 19.

The Four Seasons’ third annual Kama’aina Season offers nightly room rates starting at $329 and there is no resort fee. Guests who stay may access a full schedule of complimentary activities as well as special offers across the award-winning restaurants, spa and boutiques.

“There’s a reason why Maui is a leading vacation destination,” says General Manager and Regional Vice President Jean Claude Wietzel. “Kama’aina Season gives locals the chance to experience a luxury getaway, right in their own backyard, before the rush of the holiday season.”

Each year, the resort strategically chooses dates to offer locals respite before the busiest time of the year.

Complimentary activities are perfect for guests of all interests. Ocean lovers can join the resort’s outrigger team for a morning of paddling. Or you may snorkel Wailea reef, or dive into a fun introductory scuba class.

Fitness buffs can reserve a tennis court or rise and shine to a morning yoga class. And those looking to simply get away from it all can retreat to a cabana or oceanfront sanctuary and get pampered with amenities such as cool Evian spritzers and delicious nibbles. There are even complimentary offerings for the Resort’s little guests aged 5 to 12 years old, who will be entertained by Kids for All Seasons activities like gecko hunting and tide pool exploration.

Guests who plan to stay a night or two during the Kama’aina Season may enjoy specials in the resort’s three distinguished restaurants, salon and spa, and retail boutiques.

Hawaii residents may indulge in two-for-one entrees at both Ferraro’s Bar e Ristorante and Wolfgang Puck’s Spago Maui, and receive 20 percent off the entire bill at DUO Steak and Seafood.

The Salon is now offering $65 ‘Ohana pedicures as well as blowouts. The Spa is now extending $135, 50-minute ‘Ohana massages or facials. And Cabana and 22 Knots boutiques are extending 20 percent discount.

Hawaii residents can reserve rooms for Kama’aina Season through their travel consultant or by calling the resort directly at 874-8000. Hawaii state ID is required.