Pros: Besides the next-level customer service (which is the best I've experienced at a resort), the selling point of the Four Seasons is its awesome adults-only infinity pool with swim-up bar overlooking the ocean. The beach is also calmer and nicer than the beach next door where the Fairmont sits, which is perfect for morning paddle boarding (one of the activities the resort provides). As far as food goes, Ferraro's Bar e Ristorante is incredible — order the cacio e pepe, you won't regret it. Starstruck? You might even spot someone famous there, since it's known to be popular with celebrities.
Cons: It does seem to cater more to couples or singles than families with its amenities, high-end restaurants, and room sizes. So this is great if you're a couple looking to relax, but maybe not so much if you're coming with a group. The spa is pretty bare bones, but it's free for guests and open all day. There also wasn't a deli or super casual restaurant to just grab a quick bite to go.