Four Seasons Resort Lanai Named #1 Hotel in the United States

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U.S. News & World Report recognises luxury Hawaiian resort in 2020 Best Hotels rankings

Four Seasons Resort Lanai has been named #1 Best Hotel in the USA by U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in rankings and consumer advice. The 10th annual Best Hotels rankings evaluated more than 30,000 luxury properties across 400-plus destinations in the United States, Europe, Bermuda, Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean.U.S. News scored luxury hotels (4-star and higher) using a methodology that combines each hotel’s industry awards with expert and guest reviews. Other mentions on the list include #1 in Best Lanai Hotels, #1 in Best Hawaii Hotels and #1 in Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

“It is wonderful to receive this honour,” says Alastair McAlpine, General Manager of Four Seasons Resorts Lanai. “Apart from our beautiful Resort on a gorgeous Hawaiian island, this recognition is a testament to the dedication of our colleagues to ensuring each and every guest has the most memorable stay and feels they are truly part of our Lanai ohana (family).”

Four Seasons Resort Lanai features 213 guest rooms and suites in a series of low-rise buildings spread along the Pacific coastline and immersed in Hawaiian botanical gardens, providing a private residential experience, as envisioned by Todd Avery-Lenahan of TAL Studio. Additional facilities include the signature ONE FORTY restaurant, Malibu Farm, NOBU LANAI, a spa and wellness program, variety of complimentary and Hawaiian culture activities, 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 excursions.

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