Earlier this year, Four Seasons announced the end of it management contract of the Four Seasons Hotel London at Canary Wharf, which it has operated since the hotel’s initial launch in 1999. Four Seasons will depart on April 30, 2016. The property’s owner, Yianis Group, will soon appoint a new luxury hotel operator to manage the 142-room hotel on the Thames, which primarily caters to business travelers.
While Four Seasons departs Canary Wharf, the Toronto-based luxury hotel group will open another London hotel in December at Ten Trinity Square. (General Manager Charlie Parker was recruited from the Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire to run the show.) In the meantime, the Four Seasons London at Park Lane is very much open: offering a full-service rooftop spa in the heart of Mayfair.