Welcome to Lanai City

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You're Going to Love Lanai City

Lanai is Hawaii's smallest inhabited island. Also known by some locals as Pineapple Island because of its history as a pineapple plantation, this 141-square-mile oasis offers a peaceful remote atmosphere.

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When to Visit Lanai City

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Lanai enjoys a tropical climate with fairly stable temperatures all year. The ocean provides a cooling influence and the island is pleasant to visit at any time of year.

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How to Get to Lanai

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Where to Stay in Lanai City

Do remember that accommodation on the island is limited, so you should book well ahead of your visit. The Four Seasons Resorts at Koele and Manele Bay are two of the main hotel complexes, while Blue Ginger Bed and Breakfast on Lama Street has more modest accommodation.

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Shopping Streets

The streets around Dole Park contain almost all the stores on the island. There are no malls and instead small local stores sell local fashion and crafts.

Groceries and Other

Richard's Market on 8th Street stocks a good selection of groceries. In general, a quart of milk in Lanai costs $1.59 and loaf of bread is $4.67.

Where to Eat in Lanai City

The Lanai City Grille on Lanai Avenue specializes in local meat and seafood dishes, with mains from around $15, while Cafe 565 on 8th Street offers a more informal dining experience with salads and sandwiches from $8.

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