Even in a capital known for its glittering array of luxury hotels, a handful of new arrivals are garnering lots of buzz. One of the year’s top openings will be the Four Seasons London at Ten Trinity Square, which will open the doors to a Grade II*-listed heritage building on January 26. Fully restored, this landmark property is located just a quick walk from the Tower of London and St. Paul’s Cathedral.
As we’ve previously reported, London’s foodies are waiting with bated breath for the arrival of La Dame de Pic, a restaurant by Anne-Sophie Pic—the only French female chef with three Michelin stars. There’s also an Asian restaurant and a bar/lounge called The Rotunda.
The hotel will have 100 rooms, including 11 suites; the crème de la crème are the Heritage Suites, kitted out with working fireplaces, original plasterwork, and 16-foot ceilings. Another hotel highlight is the day spa, billed as “the City’s most lavish spa sanctuary.” Measuring 18,083 square feet, the spa has eight treatment rooms (including a couples suite), an indoor swimming pool, a vitality pool, steam room and sauna.
The Four Seasons London at Ten Trinity Square joins the Four Seasons London at Park Lane as the brand's second property in the British capital.