Lanai is one of the smaller and more deserted islands within the Hawaiian archipelago with only a little over 3,000 people who call the island home.
The hotel scene in Lanai certainly differs from the more bustling Hawaiian cities, but it does offer two luxurious resorts for visitors: the Four Seasons Resort Lanai and Hotel Lanai.
If travelers want to experience a taste of real Lanai, they need look no further than the Blue Ginger Café, a small restaurant with a fabulous array of choices for any meal of the day. Some entrees among local favorites include the Portuguese omelet, mahi-mahi burger and literally anything from the fresh, on-site bakery. The Four Seasons Resort is also home to many popular dining options on the island such as Nobu Lanai, One Forty and The Sports Bar and Grill. Those looking for a high-class dining experience at the Hotel Lanai must visit the Lanai City Bar and Grille for fantastic entrees, desserts and beverages.