LanaiTourism on Lānaʻi started more recently as the pineapple industry was phased out in the islands.
There are two resort hotels on Lānaʻi, both managed by Four Seasons Hotels and home to a golf course: Mānele Bay and the Lodge at Kōʻele. The latter is unusual for a resort in Hawaiʻi in that it is located inland rather than near the beach. There is also a small hotel in Lānaʻi City used primarily by people visiting Lānaʻi residents. Hotel Lānaʻi is a quaint bed and breakfast with 11 rooms available to guests. It was built in 1923 by James Dole of the Hawaiian Pineapple Company as a lodge to house HAPCO executives overseeing the island's pineapple production and the was island's only hotel until 1990.
Most of the attractions on the island outside of the hotels and town can be visited only via dirt roads that require a four-wheel drive vehicle.
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