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.
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.