5 OCTOBER 2015
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Korea’s capital acquired a new luxury hotel last week with the opening of the Four Seasons Seoul, with features including seven restaurants and bars and a three-storey spa and fitness complex.
The property, with 317 rooms and suites, is in the heart of the central business district and also offers fully-customisable beds and motorised window coverings. These allow guests to choose instantly between complete darkness, veiled natural light or clear views across the city and its sights, including Gyeongbok Palace and the landmark N Seoul Tower from selected suites.
The new building, which Four Seasons says is designed to blend ‘new-wave chic with contemporary style’, is also home to a wide range of event venues, from ballrooms to private dining options. More than 160 contemporary artworks decorate the rooms and public spaces. www.fourseasons.com/seoul
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