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Take a look at the brand new Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

 

The Four Seasons group are off to a great start to 2017 with the opening of the Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square on January 26.

47 years after the opening of its first hotel in London, The Four Seasons adds to its portfolio with a well located and heritage listed property, ideal for leisure and business travelers alike. We’ve yet to visit it yet, but based on what we’ve seen and heard so far, it’s looking very promising. 

 

Location

 

The hotel’s location in the city’s historical quarter makes it perfect for sightseeing. Landmarks such as the Tower of London (only an arrow’s flight away according to a brass inlay in the lobby)  St. Paul’s Cathedral, and iconic markets such as the Borough and Old Spitalfields Market, are all within walking distance.

But guests of the hotel won’t have far to go to immerse themselves in London’s past. 

The building the Four Seasons chose for their new hotel is a heritage II listed property and the former headquarters of the Port of London Authority. Architect Bruno Moinard pays homage to the building’s past with maritime references strewn throughout the interiors, and with other tidbits for guests to discover amid the otherwise contemporary designs.

Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square – Deluxe Room

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square - Facase

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square – Hotel Facade

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Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square – Executive Room

Limited to 100 rooms only, the Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square promises to be an intimate and discreet venue for guests to enjoy. 41 elegant residences with classical designs and glamor are also available for purchase.

 

London welcomes Anne – Sophie Pic

 

But there’s more than a brand new hotel to get excited about.

London’s gourmets can look forward to the Four Seasons as the city’s new culinary hotspot, thanks to the opening of Michelin Star Chef Anne- Sophie Pic’s first London Restaurant, Le Dame de Pic.

The world’s only female three Michelin- Star Chef and a Chevalier des Ordres de l’Art et des Lettres, Anne – Sophie Pic comes to London with some serious credentials under her belt.

Pic will only be using seasonal and local ingredients to create her original recipes and you can be sure that the dishes will be as easy on the eyes as they’ll be on the palate. 

I am thrilled to be partnering with the Four Seasons to bring my cuisine to a new audience in London in the spectacular location of Ten Trinity square. Renowned globally for its quality, service levels and its people culture, we share the company’s strong values and are equally focussed on delivering an unforgettable dining experience to our guests” says Chef Pic. 

 

World Class Meeting venues

 

We’re expecting the business crowd from the corporate headquarters nearby to love this hotel.

Not only do the hotel’s events and meetings venues look like the kind of place you want to be wowing clients in; but they’re also some of the most historically significant around.

The hotel’s UN ballroom was the venue for the inaugural reception of the United Nations Assembly. Fully restored to its former glory, the ballroom is a grandiose space to host any business events or receptions, and the Four Seasons promises that the views of the Tower of London you’ll see from there are among the best around. 

Four Seasons Hotel London at ten Trinity Square Ballroom

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square – UN Ballroom.

Four Seasons London at Ten Trinity Square - Rotunda Bar

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square – Rotunda Bar

We’ve yet to visit the Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square, so there’s no telling if it’ll be added to any of the collections just yet. Watch this space though, because as soon as it is, you’ll be the first to know.

 


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