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. For relaxation, there’s the most lavish spa sanctuary in the City of London. The gracious meeting rooms are highlighted by the historic UN Ballroom.
Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square will join sister property Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane, as well as the brand’s country estate at Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire. Ten Trinity Square is within a 20-minute drive of London City Airport, and is also just 20 minutes from both the West End and London's second financial district of Canary Wharf. Anticipated opening is in late 2016.
With its legacy of hosting important meetings and as a hub for trade in the city, Ten Trinity Square will continue to be one of London’s preferred addresses for business and social gatherings, now perfectly executed by Four Seasons. A total of 730 square metres of event space includes:
• The UN Ballroom, where the inaugural reception of the United Nations General Assembly took place in 1946, now beautifully restored and enhanced for today’s needs; featuring 9 metre ceilings, Corinthian columns, walnut panelling and magnificent crystal chandeliers, with large windows looking out to the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the River Thames; ideal for events of up to 150 for dinner or 250 for receptions
• Merchants Hall, a unique circular ballroom sitting atop the rotunda is modern in style and naturally lit by windows along its circumference; it hosts up to 70 for dinner and 100 for receptions
• Three additional function rooms for board meetings, private dinners or conference breakouts, plus The Gallery may be booked for private events as well.