Alastair McAlpine Named New General Manager of Four Seasons Resorts Lanai

Four Seasons Resorts Lanai, Hawaii

Alastair McAlpine has been appointed general manager of the Four Seasons Resorts Lanai, Hawaii, encompassing both the 213-room Four Seasons Resort Lanai and Four Seasons Resort Lanai, The Lodge at Koele.

As general manager of Four Seasons Resorts Lanai, McAlpine oversees all day-to-day operations at the luxury beach resort, which reopened in 2016 following a multi-million dollar transformation, and The Lodge at Koele, which is currently closed for renovation until late 2018, when it will reopen as a spa and wellness resort.

Originally from Northern Ireland, McAlpine, a Four Seasons veteran, returns to Lanai following postings in Hangzhou, ChinaLangkawi, Malaysia; the Maldives and Seychelles.


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He opened the Four Seasons properties in Lanai following a rebrand under the Four Seasons flag, and resided on island from 2005-2008.

McAlpine graduated in hotel management from the Scottish Hotel School at Strathclyde University in 1993. Following a start as a trainee sommelier at Gleneagles Hotel; he started his Four Seasons journey at the former Regent Hong Kong in 1996, first as a management trainee and then as assistant director of food and beverage.

Four Seasons Resort Lanai features 213 guest rooms and suites in a series of low-rise buildings spread along the Pacific coastline. Additional facilities include the signature ONE FORTY restaurant, Malibu Farm, NOBU LANAI, a spa and wellness program and a variety of complimentary activities. The hotel also includes luxury retail boutiques, tennis, an 18-hole ocean-view Jack Nicklaus Signature Manele Golf Course, as well as an array of land, ocean and air activities.


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