Kevin Carter named Managing Director

Kevin Carter, CHA has been appointed Managing Director of Lansdowne Resort located in Leesburg, Virginia. Carter takes the helm with close to 40 years of experience in the hospitality industry, most recently serving as the President of Guests, Inc., a full-service hotel management company headquartered in Strasburg, Virginia. Carter’s vast experience includes positions such as Director, Corporate Director, Resident Manager, General Manager, Independent Consultant and 16-year tenure as the Managing Director of Airlie Resort Hotel. He served on the management teams of some of the country’s most notable properties including the U.S. Grant Hotel, Intercontinental Hotel San Diego, Club Corporation of America, Rancho Valencia Resort, Kiawah Island Resort, and Bald Head Island Resort.

“I am thrilled to join the team of Lansdowne Resort at this pivotal time in our industry, said Carter. “Our team is growing and we are excited to share new programs, new wellness initiatives and so much more as we safely come back to life during this pandemic. Our goal is to provide curated experiences and environments to promote self-discovery.” Carter is currently a member of the Town Council of Warrenton, Virginia, serves on the Board of Director for the Fauquier Bank and the Board of Southern Innkeepers Association where he previously served as President. Carter has been a member of the Board of Directors for the Fauquier Hospital and Health System and the PATH Foundation. In addition, he has served as the President of the Warrenton Rotary Club and Senior Warden and School Board Treasurer for the St. James Episcopal Church in Warrenton, Virginia.


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Carter currently resides in Warrenton, Virginia with his wife Carrie and children Madison, Emma and Jack.


About Lansdowne Resort
Lansdowne Resort is a coveted wellness destination with environments created to promote the synergy of Mind, Body and Spirit. Nestled into 500 bucolic acres overlooking the picturesque Potomac River, guests are invited to disconnect from the world and reconnect with themselves through experiences that encourage self-discovery. Players find their haven on 45 holes of challenging championship golf designed by Greg Norman and Robert Trent Jones Jr. Travelers enjoy an idyllic escape in the AAA Four Diamond award-winning resort’s myriad outdoor activities and state-of-the-art spa. Groups discover an oasis for productive meetings with innovative conference facilities and worldclass dining and amenities. Located 30 miles outside Washington, D.C. and 12 miles from Washington Dulles International Airport.