The Four Seasons London: Three Ways to Experience the Luxury Hotel In and Around the English Capital

Lindsay Judge   |   12 - 03 - 2019

Get a 360 London experience with the Four Seasons luxury hotels collection 

 

 

The Four Seasons hotel collection in London offers a full experience for every kind of traveller. Whether it’s the city break shopper, the long term lover of luxury or the explorer looking for a country retreat, three luxury hotels offer unique experiences for everyone.

 

Whether there is one hotel that meets your holiday needs or you prefer to break up your long term stay with a short break, the Four Seasons has three luxurious properties that offer three unique experiences. 

 

 

Four Seasons Park Lane 

 

There are few better hotel locations than Four Seasons London Park Lane. Situated on the edge of Mayfair and a stone’s throw from the lush greenery of Hyde park, this hotel is perfect for those looking to shop, dine and explore central London’s hottest tourist destinations and the trendiest of bars and restaurants (You’ll even find Nobu next door). But aside from the location, the hotel itself has plenty to offer making you not want to leave (we certainly didn’t on a recent stay).

 

The peaceful and welcoming rooms are modern and spacious, offering state of the art technology luxurious furniture and smart interiors designed by renowned designer Pierre Yves Rochon.  

 

 

 

One highlight not to be missed is the Amaranto restaurant. This five-star dining Italian restaurant offers a unique menu with attention to detail and a welcoming atmosphere. The staff really are experts in what they are offering and will do their upmost to ensure you have a first-class dining experience.

 

It’s hard to choose just one dish to recommend, but if you are dining for dinner the Truffle Risotto or the Pan Seared Beef Fillet are a must try (the brunch is also quite legendary)!

 

 

And if you are looking for the ultimate relaxation visit the hotel’s spa whose highlights include the Gold-Hydrating Facial, the Four Hands Massage and the Hyde Park Awakening. Treatments take place in luxurious calming rooms with views overlooking the park. 

 

Four Seasons Trinity Square 

 

The newest of Four Season’s London hotels quite ironically is home to the most history. Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square is housed inside one of the city’s most iconic historical buildings. Located towards the East of the city in London’s oldest district the hotel overlooks the iconic Tower of London and the River Thames making it the perfect destination to discover London’s historic side.

 

The hotel’s interiors are truly breath-taking. With a theme of bringing history to life, the public areas having the feeling of stepping back in time and experiencing the ultimate in luxury of the past. 

 

 

The rooms in contrast are furnished with modern interiors and state of the art luxury. Some of the rooms feature terraces or balconies with stunning views of the historical skyline. One unique feature of this property that offers and extra special experience is the Residences. Perfect for long-term visitors or larger families these offer a home within a hotel experience to make your stay even more seamless.

 

The individually designed Residences range from one to four bedrooms and come complete with a fully-equipped kitchen, study, extensive living room and even an outdoor terrace. With their own private entrance there is no need to walk through the hotel lobby every time  you enter, making you feel completely at home but you will still get to experience all the amenities of staying in a hotel. The Residences really have to be experienced to appreciate all they have to offer.

 

 

If you’re hungry choose from two dining experiences. La Dame Pic London brings Michelin-starred French cuisine to London, while Mei Ume offers traditional Chinese and Japanese dishes with a modern twist. 

 

Four Seasons Hampshire 

 

If you fancy an escape to the country to relieve yourself of the madness of the city, Four Seasons Hampshire is the perfect destination. The large property is set in a manor house in the grounds of Dogmersfield Park in Hampshire. The property itself has over a thousand years of history that dates back to Saxon times and was even mentioned in William the Conqueror’s Domesday book of 1086. Throughout history dozens of royals stayed at the manor including Henry VI.  It has since functioned as a private house and school until it was acquired by Four Seasons in 2001 opening as a hotel in 2005.

 

Four Seasons Hampshire is just an hour’s drive from London and offers the perfect escape. The property features extensive grounds with outdoor activities on offer including horse riding, fishing, clay pigeon shooting and so much more. Perfect for the whole family there is even a babysitting service if you want some time to yourself. The décor is typically British and you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time when you arrive. An on-site restaurant, spa and indoor pool will meet all of your holiday needs. 

 

 

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