The Four Seasons Hotel Seoul has just opened in the Korean capital's Central Business District. Designed by Heerim Architects & Planners, the hotel comprises 317 rooms, an eclectic collection of restaurants and bars, and a three-storey spa and fitness complex.

“Seoul has emerged as one of the most exciting, inventive and inspiring cities in the world, and Four Seasons is right in the centre of the energy,” says general manager, Lubosh Barta, who oversees the 317-room hotel.

Opening his first shop in Korea within Four Seasons, celebrated Tokyo-based floral designer Nicolai Bergmann’s beautiful creations are on display throughout the hotel, complemented by an expertly curated art collection in rooms and public spaces created by LTW Designworks.

The hotel's guest rooms each feature a new, fully customisable Four Seasons Bed and motorised window coverings that allow guests to instantly choose between complete darkness, veiled natural light or crystal-clear vistas across the city - including unobstructed views of Gyeongbok Palace and the landmark N Seoul Tower from selected suites.