With the promise of exceptional accommodations, an incredible collection of restaurants and late-night bars, an expansive fitness and spa complex and outstanding settings for events, Four Seasons Hotel Seoul has created a new benchmark in global style, sophistication and service.
“More than simply a place to sleep, Four Seasons Seoul is where people come together to eat, drink and mingle; to celebrate and to close the deal; to relax and to be inspired,” says Lubosh Barta, who leads a team of more than 600 handpicked staff who can’t wait to welcome their first guests.
Designed by Heerim Architects & Planners and LTW Designworks, the Hotel boasts seven restaurants and bars, each with its own character as conceived by several of today’s cutting-edge creative minds, including AvroKO and Hong Kong-based André Fu. Throughout, an expertly curated art collection features contemporary pieces by local, regional and international artists displayed in spaces that can best be described as a modern reflection of Korean tradition.
With its ideal location in the Central Business District offering easy access to major business and diplomatic addresses as well as historic sites, shopping and trendy neighbourhoods, the Hotel is a new beacon of hospitality: for the first time in Korea, signature Four Seasons service in a stunning, all-new building.
In 317 light-filled rooms and suites, guests will find spacious, beautifully appointed accommodations that create a private sanctuary for rest and relaxation. Every room features the new, fully customisable Four Seasons Bed, and Four Seasons services, including twice daily housekeeping and round-the-clock in-room dining, leave guests feeling pampered and refreshed. Each room also functions as a highly efficient and comfortable place to conduct business, with high tech amenities including complimentary internet service.
International travellers will appreciate the 24/7 business services, an Executive Club lounge and the well-connected, multi-lingual concierge team.
Coinciding with the opening of the Hotel, Four Seasons will introduce seven new dining and entertaining venues, including four restaurants and three bars, plus two speciality food shops for those on the go.
“Each of these restaurants and bars is a destination unto itself, with one-of-a-kind concepts that are stylish yet unpretentious, and a common thread in our passion for quality and world-renowned Four Seasons service,” says Director of Food and Beverage Vinod Narayan. Leading the international team of culinary talent is Executive Chef Ralf Dohmeier.