10 Least Expensive Four Seasons Hotels In America


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We’ve already reviewed the cheapest Four Seasons hotels in the world. Now, we investigate the least expensive Four Seasons hotels in North America. There are numerous gorgeous Four Seasons hotels in the USA and Canada, and we have visited most of them so we can detail the very cheapest best Four Seasons if you are on a budget.

The cheapest Four Seasons hotels in America tend not to be cheapest throughout the year. The least expensive room rates tend to be at the hotels that experience high and low seasons, and it’s in the low and shoulder seasons that these Four Seasons are an absolute bargain.

Equally, if you book on unpopular nights at city Four Seasons hotels, such as Sunday nights, you can often secure a weekend break for less.

And before you ask about a Four Seasons rewards program, there isn’t one. However, you can take advantage of loyalty style benefits at Four Seasons hotels for no extra cost by booking your next stay via our luxury travel concierge.

A box on the Four Seasons website says promo code, which can be a little annoying when you don’t have a promo code. This box is related to group bookings, and there may occasionally be locals-only, senior, government, residence club, military, or friends and family staff rates. Promo codes are the exception rather than the rule at Four Seasons and, in our experience, are very rarely applicable.

Here is my pick of the world’s least expensive Four Seasons hotels in North America. It is not a definitive list, as rates change constantly, and new Four Seasons hotels are popping up everywhere, but I hope my choices will inspire you to book.

1. Four Seasons Whistler

Four Seasons Whistler is an absolute favorite of ours and is actually one of the most popular hotels we book our luxury travel concierge clients. The hotel is set in a pine forest on the edge of Whistler Village. You can reach the center by strolling through a little park that a mountain river runs through. In the winter, when it starts to snow, this short walk feels like Narnia.

The hotel is designed like a log cabin, and the foyer and communal areas have a rustic feel. There is a big welcoming fire at the entrance, and the hotel is built around the freeform spa pool, which is surrounded by loungers in the summer and steams in the winter.

The rooms all have a gas fireplace and a large balcony, and even the base rooms are much larger than rooms at competitor hotels in Whistler. We have compared Four Seasons Whistler Vs. Fairmont Chateau separately. The view is out over the resort and surrounding forests. Pick a mountain view room if you can. In the winter, these are super quiet, and whatever time of year, the view over the forested hillside is hugely calming.

As for the price, Whistler is magical at any time of year but is most popular in the winter when you can ski using the ski shuttle, which takes you 5 minutes up the road to the exclusive Four Seasons Ski room at the base of Blackcomb mountain. This means the hotel tends to be cheapest just before and after the ski season, as long as you avoid the holidays (Thanksgiving, etc.).

October, Early December, and May tend to be cheap at Four Seasons Whistler, and the whole of the summer offers a great deal for this level of luxury. If you want to ski here for less, the Whistler ski lifts open around mid-December, and although the quality and depth of the snow can be somewhat hit and miss, the entire village is decorated in Christmas fairy lights, and this is a completely magical time to visit Whistler. You can get lucky at this time of year and get bucketloads of snow even early in the season, along with the Christmas lights, so in our opinion, Whistler in mid-December is hard to beat.

2. Four Seasons Las Vegas

Look at the famous glittering lights below and the serene Mojave Desert. The non-gaming oasis of Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas offers a Five Star Spa and an award-winning steakhouse. It is probably the cheapest Four Seasons hotel in America.

Four Seasons Las Vegas is undoubtedly one of the best hotels to stay at in Las Vegas, and what makes this property unusual is that the cheap dates here are not necessarily related to the season or the time of year. Las Vegas hotel prices skyrocket when big concerts and events come to town. Between these events, the rates drop right down. To find the cheapest rate here, our luxury travel concierge can list the rates for each day in the month that you want to travel, and you will usually spot a couple of bargains between major events. The key to getting a cheap stay here is to be flexible, and you can pick up rates at around $500 USD per night.

3. Four Seasons New Orleans

If you fancy sunning yourself by a luxurious outdoor pool on the banks of the Mississippi, Four Seasons New Orleans is a magical choice. While you might be tempted to visit this beautiful hotel during the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival at the end of April and the start of May, it’s much cheaper to visit this hotel when it is quietest and there are no big events. Jazz is celebrated throughout the year, so if you like Jazz, you can always find it playing in New Orleans whenever you visit.

In the summer, when the city steams and the air conditioning and outdoor pool are both a joy, the hotel can offer three nights for the price of two offers. April can be a cheap month, with rates starting at around $400 USD per night, an unbelievable deal at such a beautiful property!

4. Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina

There are actually five Four Seasons hotels in Hawaii. We have already outlined the best luxury hotels in Hawaii. The Four Seasons Lanai is the most other-worldly resort with a breathtaking and deserted beach. Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, Big Island offers open-air showers, turtles on the beach, and a pool full of fish to swim in… Four Seasons Maui and Four Seasons Oahu are usually the cheapest.

Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina is usually the cheapest Four Seasons hotel on the Hawaiian islands and is usually slightly cheaper than the Maui property. It is also one of the easiest to get to, being only a short drive from Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii’s main and largest airport. This hotel is also awfully convenient for shopping in Waikiki, a short drive away. Now, this hotel is still expensive compared to many mainland properties, but bang for buck, it wins as you have all the advantages of this being a resort property with beautiful beaches and pools and shoreside restaurants. Hawaii is a great deal outside the main holidays, so October, December, and early January tend to be cheaper months to stay here with Christmas, New Year, February, and March, when most of us in the Northern Hemisphere are trying to escape the cold, being popular times to visit.

Another trick in Hawaii is to book in advance so that the base rooms are still available. If you leave it to the last minute, you may have to book the ocean view rooms, which can be a lot more expensive.

5. Four Seasons Miami

While it’s difficult to get a deal at the gorgeous Four Seasons Surfside, but Four Seasons Miami in the city regularly offers a great deal outside conference season. While it is not on the beach, you are a short drive away from all the major attractions and beaches in Miami, and the rates at this Miami property are considerably lower than those at its beachside hotels.

6. Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale

Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale has dreamy views of the high Sonoran Desert, an award-winning Spa, priority golf privileges at Troon North, tennis, hiking, and horseback riding. Adobe casitas with a backyard full of saguaro cacti, views of the dramatic valleys, and the iconic Pinnacle Peak. From here, you can explore the nearby area, including two championship golf courses a quick shuttle away. On-site, the locally inspired spa treatments, bi-level pool, and authentic Southwest cuisine make this a brilliantly restorative desert escape. If you like the heat, this resort halves its room rates in the summer. In winter, you are looking at around $1,500 USD per night, but in the summer, rates are much cheaper at around $750 USD per night.

7. Four Seasons Residence Club San Diego, Aviara

While you might get a bargain at a city Four Seasons on a Sunday night, Four Seasons Residence Club San Diego, Aviara offers sunshine and stunning views over rolling foothills tucked away in the laid-back coastal town of Carlsbad, California, just half an hour north of San Diego. Here, you will find miles of uncrowded beaches and some of the best golf courses in North America.

Standard rooms measure a decent 425 ft² and have a king bed with a sofabed, a sitting area, a private balcony, and a kitchenette, so unusually for a Four Seasons resort, you can self-cater here.

San Diego is sunny and warm from March through May and September through November, and if you avoid the summer crowds in June, July, and August, you can pick up very reasonable rates. Early January can be quiet here, and if you are lucky with the weather, you can enjoy warm sunny days even at the coldest time of the year for the rest of the Northern Hemisphere.

8. Four Seasons New York Downtown

Many of the Four Seasons in America are seasonal. Book for New Year’s Eve at the Four Seasons New York Downtown and the price will be ridiculous. Travel a few days later, and the rates will cost much less. Four Seasons New York Downtown tends to be cheaper than the original Four Seasons New York, and yet, if you like modern decor, you may well prefer it. The cheapest dates here are usually in December and early January, but it’s worth investigating prices at this gorgeous hotel in any month as it is a beautiful property, and because of its less central location, it can often be a deal considering the level of luxury offered.

Beyond New York, two pretty cheap American hotels include Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North with dreamy views of the high Sonoran Desert, an award-winning Spa, priority golf privileges at Troon North, tennis, hiking, and horseback riding. Rates here are cheap if you book in the summer.

9. Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale

Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale emanates a modern yacht club lifestyle. This Four Seasons presents 189 accommodations with Atlantic Ocean or Intracoastal views, a prime beachfront address, and unrivaled style and service.

Relax in the Spa or rise above to the third-floor Ocean Terrace for dining and lounging beside two horizon-edge pools. Moments away, experience the city’s best shops, restaurants, marinas, and entertainment, all of which embrace the youthful spirit and energy of the South Florida Riviera.

Four Seasons Fort Lauderdale is one of the cheapest Four Seasons in Florida and may be the cheapest Four Seasons beach hotel in the world. It is almost certainly the cheapest Four Seasons beach hotel in America. Rates are cheaper here in the hurricane season from late September to December, and as long as your plans can be flexible in case you need to avoid storms, you can bag a room here for around $400 USD per night.

10. Four Seasons Jackson Hole

Four Seasons Jackson Hole is not one of the cheapest Four Seasons, but using a few tricks, you can get a cheaper rate at this fabulous mountain resort. Nestled in a verdant mountain valley, Five-Star Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole is surrounded by some of America’s most rugged peaks, celebrated ski runs, and wildlife in nearby Grand Teton National Park.

Jackson Hole has very definite low seasons. In early December and in May, you can book a room for under $1,000 USD. In season, the price is double, more or even sold out. Rates are reasonable mid-summer here at around $1,300 USD, but in high season, Late Dec -Early April, this resort is very expensive. The cheapest time to ski is usually mid-December, just after the ski lifts open, and at the end of the season, just before the ski lifts shut.

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