28 NOVEMBER 2016
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London is preparing to welcome its newest luxury hotel when the Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square opens in the restored former headquarters of the Port of London Authority on 26 January.
General manager Charlie Parker says the building, as “a landmark of power and prestige”, will introduce “a more intimate, personalised experience for international travellers as well as local guests”.
The hotel will have 100 guestrooms and 41 private residences and will also offer three dining options, a spa, state-of-the-art fitness centre and indoor pool. Event spaces will accommodate up to 200.
Independent to the hotel but also within Ten Trinity Square, Four Seasons is partnering with Chateau Latour and Reignwood to open a private members club.
Ten Trinity Square is a few steps from the Tower of London and a short walk from St Paul’s Cathedral, while the hotel also offers easy access to the Canary Wharf financial district and the West End.
The building joins sister properties Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane and the Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, set on a 500-acre country estate six miles from Farnham Castle.
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