Les Chalets du Mont d’Arbois, Megève

Les Chalets du Mont dArbois Megeve Suite Noemie
Opening its doors in December 2019, Les Chalets du Mont d’Arbois is the historic 5-star hotel of the Rothschild family, a new retreat and sister hotel to the Four Seasons Megève. Experience classic alpine charm a short distance from the heart of Megève. At the foot of the Mont d’Arbois slopes, a short distance from the ski lifts are Les Chalets du Mont d’Arbois, a winter only property and sister hotel of the Four Seasons Megève. Following World War I, Baroness Noémie de Rothschild had the vision to establish a new ski resort in the Alps, inspired by St. Moritz. She fell in love with the panoramic views from Mont d’Arbois, it was here she built the family’s first hotel in 1926. The accommodation of the hotel is split across three traditional wooden chalets, renovated in a luxurious alpine farmhouse style to reflect the heritage of the Rothschild family. The property comprises of beautifully furnished bedrooms split across three chalets, the main Chalet Eve and Chalet Alice and Noémie a few steps away. Chalet Eve features the main reception, lounge, spa and restaurant, as well as 25 rooms. Chalet Noémie can sleep up to 28 guests and Chalet Alice up to 22 guests. Chalet Noémie and Alice can be booked on a room by room basis or on an exclusive use basis. Each chalet has been carefully restored and refurbished into cosy alpine style, capturing the classic charm of the French Alps. Rooms have access to 24-hour in room dining, twice daily housekeeping, shuttle service to Megève villages and complimentary Wifi throughout. Read More...

Four Seasons Hotel Moscow

Four Seasons hotel Moscow
Four Seasons Hotel Moscow is an elegant and superlatively located residence from which to explore all that the city has to offer. Views from its 180 five-star rooms and suites are superb, your stay complemented by signature restaurants and a spa. Four Seasons Hotel Moscow is a contemporary version of Hotel Moskva, a celebrated establishment that opened in 1935. Its historical connection is not forgotten but Four Seasons have brought a new five star standard to Moscow, offering a refined and modern scene from which to venture into this fascinating and historically rich city. With 180 opulent rooms and suites to choose from and two signature restaurants there is something to cater for all tastes and specifications and the attentive staff who work to the wonderful international Four Season’s standard will work hard to make your stay effortless. A rare concept in Moscow, the Quadrum restaurant serves both regional specialities and fine Italian cuisine. Both the manager and head chef are Italian, making for more authentic dining. In addition, the Bystro Restaurant and Amnis Cafe are available to cater for guests and the Moskovsky Bar is a sophisticated setting that can seat 88. For a more low-key affair you could take afternoon tea in the Silk Lounge. The high ceilings and spacious rooms of the Hotel and unparalleled views are a wonderful backdrop for its stylish yet comfortable furnishings and top of the range amenities and technology. Read More...

Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg

Four Seasons Lion Palace Saint Petersburg
The Four Seasons Lion Palace is one of Saint Petersburg’s most extravagant hotels. Located in the heart of the city, a stone’s throw from the Hermitage Museum, a short walk from the buzzing Nevsky Prospekt and a stroll from the famed Mariinsky Theatre. The Four Seasons Lion Palace has raised the bar for five star hotel accommodation in Saint Petersburg since its much anticipated grand opening. The impressive entrance decorated with neoclassical columns and guarded by two renaissance marble sculpted lions appropriately sets the tone for the interior of the hotel. The rooms are of the high standard and elegant, contemporary classic décor that you would expect from a Four Seasons hotel. They all have large windows so are light, airy and spacious and all have beautiful full marble bathrooms. Views range from the peaceful inner courtyard to the stunning St Isaac’s Cathedral, the Admiralty building and other landmarks of Saint Petersburg. There are three restaurants to choose from, each serving very different but equally delicious cuisine. The Tea Lounge, housed in a glass-roofed hall, is where the incredible breakfast is served, as well as lunch, afternoon tea and light suppers – all have an International and Russian focus. Sintoho is the Japanese and northern Asia restaurant. The décor is very stylish and the food is delicious, especially the sushi. Read More...

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River Pool
Four Seasons Bangkok at Chao Phraya River channels the water’s life-giving energy from its vibrant neighborhood in the world’s most visited city. With an airy sweep of river frontage, Four Seasons has integrated the river into its DNA: it’s an urban resort with grand, light-filled open air spaces, cascading water features, reflecting pools and lush vegetation. The hotel delivers the hottest cuisine, from authentic Cantonese to all-day Italian dinning to a French brasserie, and the coolest, unique cocktails curated by a team of the best in their craft. The hotel and the experiences offered give stylish expression to the creativity and lifestyle of the rekindled riverside, unveiling it in a whole new light in a way that only Four Seasons can. Read More...

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
The Singapore link in the posh Four Seasons hotel chain keeps up the brand’s reputation with a luxurious but residential atmosphere. Located just off Orchard Road — Singapore’s answer to Fifth Avenue — the hotel is like a museum, showcasing more than 1,500 pieces of art from around Asia in the guest rooms and spacious public areas.The hotel makes a strong first impression with the ornate entrance, featuring a black marble table, gold Chinese screen and dramatic domed ceiling.One of the standouts at the hotel is its gym, more urban health club than typical fitness center. The large recreational complex has extensive fitness equipment, an aerobics studio, a sauna and a lounge area.The Singapore hotel also boasts two outdoor pools, one for adults and a family-friendly rooftop pool, as well as indoor and outdoor tennis courts, just in case you want to change up your workout. Read More...

Four Seasons Hotel Prague

Four Seasons Hotel Prague Terrace
Located in a fantastic position on the river’s edge, minutes from the Charles Bridge, Four Seasons Prague offers elegant and spacious accommodation which is ideal for couples or families. The Four Seasons enjoys one of the best locations in Prague. Situated in the middle of the vibrant old town, Four Seasons Hotel Prague offers luxury accommodation set over four buildings of different styles. Rooms decorated in a modern, classical, renaissance and 18th Century baroque style means there is a room type to suit most tastes. The 161 elegantly furnished rooms, including 20 suites, are among Prague’s largest. Guests can enjoy stunning views of the Vitava river and Prague Castle and some even have balconies and terraces. With interconnecting options and one and two bedrooms suites, the hotel is an ideal base for families. Children are treated to child size bathrobes, children’s toiletries and complimentary games and puzzles. The bar and restaurant, CottoCrudo is a sleek and stylish setting offering a new interpretation of classic Italian dishes. Unlike some hotel restaurants, CottoCrudo attracts a young and hip crowd and has a warm and inviting atmosphere. Beautiful river and castle views at night make it a popular spot. Read More...

Four Seasons Hotel Milan

Four Seasons Hotel Milan
A stay at Four Seasons Hotel Milano places you in the heart of Milan, within a 15-minute walk of Museo del Duomo and Pinacoteca di Brera. This 5-star hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Cathedral of Milan and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Castello Sforzesco. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 118 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and DVD players. Flat-screen televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature designer toiletries and bidets. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. If you’re looking for recreational opportunities, you’ll find an indoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center. Dining Satisfy your appetite for lunch, dinner, or brunch at La Veranda, a restaurant which specializes in Modern European cuisine, or stay in and take advantage of the 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. Buffet breakfasts are available daily from 7 AM to 11 AM for a fee. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and limo/town car service. Read More...

Four Seasons Hotel Megève

Meet us in Megève, in the heart of the French Alps, directly on the Mont d’Arbois ski slopes. This modern chalet builds on the legacy of the Rothschild family who set out to create an unrivaled resort experience nearly a century ago. Distinct French character, pure Alpine tradition, and an intimate and inviting setting in both summer and winter define this mountain retreat. Play one of the world’s finest Alpine golf courses, relax in the region’s largest spa, and dine at Le 1920, honoured with two Michelin stars. The Four Seasons Hotel Megeve is a chic and contemporary Alpine chalet style that celebrates an indoor-outdoor lifestyle. The six-story hotel offers 41 hotels rooms and 14 suites and is ideal for a luxury ski break for families, couples or groups of friends Read More...

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

Set in the heart of the City, overlooking Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, Ten Trinity Square is the starting point for discovering London’s historic past, alongside its exhilarating present. As impressive inside as out, this famous building remains the centre of attention, as a new chapter begins in its history. The Four Seasons hotel at Ten Trinity Square, across from the Tower of London, has just opened and is as well appointed as its London sister hotel on Park Lane in Mayfair. And, better still, it is stunningly beautiful, inside and out. The Grade II listed building, designed by architect Sir Edwin Cooper, has retained all its original features from the imposing neo-classical exterior to the art deco lighting fixtures. The 100 rooms and suites, all a decent size, are decorated in stylish greys and muted fabrics. The rooms are on the first few floors of the building and look out into an internal courtyard so they’re not overly bright but the interiors are chic and comfortable. I really liked the dark green wood panelled walls in the hallways and the original fire doors, again all protected by the Grade II listing. The hotel, club and public areas have been designed by Parisian designers Bruno Moinard and Claire Bétaille of 4BI & Associés, renowned for combining the disciplines of creator and artist with a master craftsman’s attention to detail. Read More...

Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat

Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat Pool
Welcome to the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel. This legendary destination on the Côte d’Azur is truly a paradise on earth, the epitome of French Riviera glamour and, as of May 8, 2015, world-renowned Four Seasons service. Originally opened in 1908, this magnificent white building sits at the tip of the peninsula of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat jutting into the Mediterranean about half way between Nice and Monaco. Bathed in the azure light of sea and sky, this wildly beautiful landscape is fragrant with lavender, pine and citrus groves, and dotted with exquisitely groomed gardens. The Grand-Hôtel has long been a favourite retreat among royalty, dignitaries and celebrities – from Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin and Picasso to Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor and Paul McCartney. Read More...

Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris

An art-deco landmark built in 1928, Four Seasons Hotel George V is nestled in the Golden Triangle of Paris, just off the historic Champs-Elysees. Oversized suites with Eiffel Tower views welcome you after a day of wandering the quaint, Parisian streets, and our three restaurants – with five Michelin stars among them – are home to some of the best food in France. A decadent new spa, an elegant swimming pool and a courtyard for whiling away the afternoons with a glass of wine from our cellar are just some of the pleasures unique to our historic destination. From the moment you walk through the golden revolving door into Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, you are transported to the early 1900s, a time when the city sparkled in all of its rich-textured and fine-tapestried grandeur. Of course, it manages to transport you to this elegant era while also offering reminders of the current times such as grand floral arrangements and a luxurious, modern spa.Over the last seven decades, the George V has established itself as much more than a hotel, though. The palace hotel has become an institution in Paris, not only for its architecture and style, but also for its role in setting the bar for the hospitality industry in the City of Light. Read More...

Four Seasons Hotel Firenze

Four Seasons Hotel Florence
Stroll the city’s biggest private garden – a tranquil haven of statues, fountains and centuries-old trees – or retire to your suite where frescoes line the walls amid original architectural features. Our historic Hotel, with its Michelin-starred Italian restaurant and a locally inspired Spa where you can spend afternoons in pure indulgence, is just steps away from the cultural heart of Florence. Following a massive building restoration, Florence’s 116-room Four Seasons hotel opened in June 2008. Located in the fifteenth-century Palazzo della Gherardesca—with monumental frescoed halls and room décors that range from opulent Renaissance suites to a discreetly elegant, almost Georgian style in most rooms—this is the city’s first true resort hotel. Facilities include a spa, an outdoor pool, and an 11-acre private park. Room amenities go beyond the usual satellite TV to included DVD players, iPod docking stations, twice-daily maid service, and WiFi. Service, under manager Patrizio Cipollini, is top notch. There’s an ex-convent—500 yards away, on the far side of the park—with its own entrance at 46 Via Gino Capponi. Read More...