And then there were three… Four Seasons already operates two lavish hotels in London (Park Lane and Canary Wharf), and soon fans will have another luxury option in the British capital. The brand recently announced big plans for Ten Trinity Square, the former Port of London authority headquarters overlooking the Tower of London and the River Thames.
Four Seasons has teamed up with the Beijing-based Reignwood Group on the restoration project, which will transform the heritage-listed landmark into a luxury hotel and residences. To be called the Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square, the property will have 98 guest rooms and 41 private residences. There will also be a private members’ club, housed in the building’s original executive offices, with a number of swanky amenities including a screening room and cigar lounge.
The official press release stresses that the hotel “will deliver the highest standard in modern day luxury as well as feature two gourmet restaurants and a spa.” We’re also intrigued by the sound of the “exclusive Château Latour room.” No word yet on an opening date. For more information, visit www.fourseasons.com