Details of the new Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square have now been announced.
As the global luxury hospitality leader’s second hotel in the city, the hotel will make a prestigious addition to its collection of historic properties.
A Grade II*-listed heritage building, Ten Trinity Square building covers a 1.2-hectare (three-acre) city block, forming a hollow square with The Rotunda in the centre. From the time of its original design as headquarters of the Port of London Authority, there was a focus on providing an abundance of light to the interiors, and that priority has continued with the present transformation into a Four Seasons hotel.
In this international capital of business and culture, Four Seasons offers a remarkably central location, ideal for business travellers who need to be close to corporate headquarters in the City of London, and for leisure guests who want to be close to famous landmarks. Nearby sites include the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral and The Globe Theatre.
Intimate at only 100 accommodations – including ten signature suites – no expense is being spared in creating a truly luxurious experience including two destination restaurants plus a vibrant bar and lounge in a beautiful rotunda.
The hotel is anticipated top open in late 2016.