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The Hotel Lanai is a plantation-style hotel with (Credit: Handout)

The Hotel Lanai is a plantation-style hotel with simple rooms.

Lanai, Hawaii

The 141-square-mile Hawaiin island of Lanai has options for those seeking luxury as well and those in search of a more rugged experience.

The Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay
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The Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay in Hawaii includes an 18-hole, Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course with three cliff-side fairways and ocean views from every hole.

Larry Ellison's purchase of Lanai includes the Lodge
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Larry Ellison's purchase of Lanai includes the Lodge at Koele. (Oct. 1, 2012)

Once the guesthouse for Dole company visitors, the
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Once the guesthouse for Dole company visitors, the Hotel Lanai now has 11 clean, Spartan rooms.

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The Hotel Lanai is a plantation-style hotel with
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The Hotel Lanai is a plantation-style hotel with simple rooms.

The Hotel Lanai is up the hill from
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The Hotel Lanai is up the hill from Lanai City. (Dec. 6, 2012)

Munro Trail on Lanai Island in Hawaii is
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Munro Trail on Lanai Island in Hawaii is a narrow, winding trail that runs across the island's razorback spine to the summit. On a clear day, a visitor might see a rare treat: a vista of all of the main islands in the Hawaiian chain except Kauai.

One of Lanai's most recognizable landmarks, Pu'u Pehe
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One of Lanai's most recognizable landmarks, Pu'u Pehe Rock, also known as Sweetheart Rock, as seen from Shark's Cove.

Keahiakawelo, also known as the Garden of the
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Keahiakawelo, also known as the Garden of the Gods, is a treeless landscape on the northwest side of Lanai.

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Shipwreck Beach, on the north side of Lanai,
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Shipwreck Beach, on the north side of Lanai, is named for a World War II-era cargo ship that has remained beached on sandbar. At the end of the war, the government tried to sink the hulk in order to create an underwater reef; instead, the ship wandered across the channel before coming to rest.

Shipwreck Beach, on the north side of Lanai,
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Shipwreck Beach, on the north side of Lanai, is named for a World War II-era cargo ship that has remained beached on sandbar.

Windmill Beach, also known as Punalau Beach, is
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Windmill Beach, also known as Punalau Beach, is on the western side of Lanai. (Aug. 21, 2005)

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