The latest news from the Four Seasons in the UK is that they are to drop their Canary Wharf property in London which I reviewed a year ago. The picture above shows the breathtaking view from the rooms at this hotel. This is a classy property with phenomenal views across the Thames. As yet, there is no news on which brand will take over from the Four Seasons. The quality and room size would fit well with the JW Marriott brand even though there is already a Marriott in Canary Wharf at West India Quay. Park Hyatt and the Sheraton Luxury Collection would also be a good fit for this Canary Wharf location and the quality of this hotel. Whoever takes over, this property remains the most luxurious hotels in Canary Wharf and therefore worth booking if you want to stay in the East of London. The last day that this hotel will be a Four Seasons will be 30th April.
The Four Seasons are instead opening a new property next to the Tower of London. Ten Trinity Square, The Residences at Four Seasons occupies the lower ground to the third levels of an iconic Grade II* listed building. 41 spacious and classically elegant residences ranging in size from one to five bedrooms will occupy the building. The designs draw inspiration from the building’s origins in the 1920s, a time of refined luxury, prosperity and glamour whose distinctive style translates beautifully into the neoclassical architecture of the building today.
Ten Trinity Square, a Four Seasons hotel will sit beside the residences with 100 guest rooms and suites. Restaurants will include The spectacular Rotunda Lounge will serve light and casual fare all day. The French restaurant will be under the direction of a Michelin-star chef. The Asian restaurant will specialise in the creation of carefully curated Chinese and Japanese dishes. There will also be bars, meeting salons and spa.
Ten Trinity Square, Hotel & Residences at Four Seasons will be opening in 2016. I can’t wait to try it!
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