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About to open, this amazing new Four Seasons Hotel is located opposite the Tower of London. The building was badly damaged during the Blitz, the repurposed building then provided office space before falling into dereliction in the 1990s.

The grand lobby (pictured above) is the heart of the hotel, which will host all-day dining, afternoon tea and drinks under a backlit art-deco style dome. Off this hall are two restaurants, Le Dame de Pic, from Michelin-starred French chef Anne-Sophie Pic and an Asian restaurant serving Chinese and Japanese food.

The 100 rooms, which include 11 suites and are located on the ground to third floors, will start from 27 sqm. Executive rooms have separate living areas, while nine Heritage suites on the ground floor boast ceilings at least five metres high.

The lower-ground floor will be home to a 1,600 sqm spa with eight treatment rooms, including a hammam suite, plus a 14-metre pool. The wood-panelled UN ballroom – where the inaugural meeting of the United Nations General Assembly was held in 1946 – will THE event space in the city and has views over the Tower, Tower Bridge and the Thames.

Four Seasons London at Ten Trinity Square Members Club
The members’ club will have two restaurants, a bar, four meeting rooms, a cigar lounge and a billiards room. This will be some club to belong to.

You can also read my reviews of other Four Seasons hotels and openings including two hotels that are local to me, the Four Seasons Hampshire and the Four Seasons London Park Lane.

fourseasons.com/tentrinity

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