David Emig joins the Four Seasons Resort Lanai as resort manager

The 213-room Four Seasons Resort Lanai is located in Lanai City, Hawaii. Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
David Emig. Photo credit:
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Alastair McAlpine, GM of the Four Seasons Resort Lanai in Lanai City, Hawaii, appointed David Emig as resort manager of the property, where he will lead the day-to-day operations at the resort, along with overseeing rooms, spa, food and beverage and engineering.

With an almost two decade-long career with Four Seasons, Emig has served at properties around the globe, most recently as director of rooms at Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane. He has held a number of senior management positions in locations including the Maldives, Shanghai, Singapore and Austin.

“We are delighted to welcome David to Lanai,” McAlpine said in a statement. “We are confident that David’s strong attention to detail and passion for luxury service will lead our ohana in delivering exceptional experiences to our guests that experience Lanai."


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The Four Seasons Resort Lanai offers 213 guestrooms and suites in a series of low-rise buildings spread along the Pacific coastline and immersed in Hawaiian botanical gardens. Additional facilities include the One Forty restaurant, Malibu Farm, Nobu Lanai, a spa and wellness program, a variety of complimentary activities, luxury retail boutiques, tennis, an 18-hole ocean-view Jack Nicklaus Signature Manele Golf Course and multiple land, ocean and air activities.

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