Four Seasons new hotel and resort openings during 2016

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    2016 is shaping up to be a great year for Four Seasons with the opening of several new hotels and resorts planned for the UAE, Kuwait, Japan, China and the USA. A summary of the openings are as follows:

    Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island:
    This 200-room property is located in the heart of the new Central Business District with 124 private and serviced residences. An array of dining options are planned for the hotel, including a retro-modern Chicago steakhouse. A cocktail bar and a poolside restaurant with views overlooking the sea are also planned.

    Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Financial Centre:

    A 106-room hotel with an 8th floor sky bar boasting Burj Khalifa views, with a cigar room on the mezzanine. Also included will be a rooftop pool and garden to provide a welcome oasis in this fast-paced city. Interiors by Tihany Design.

    Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait at Burj Alshaya:
    This 263-room property is located in the central business district. An Italian dining concept created around three wood-burning ovens as well as a pan-Asian restaurant – both with outdoor terraces on the penthouse level – will be among five food and beverage options. Interiors by Yabu Pushelberg will include a spectacular indoor pool in the beautifully designed spa and fitness complex.

    Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto:

    The Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto features 124 rooms, 57 Four Seasons Private Residences, a spa and fitness centre with a pool, and four food and beverage concepts. Local artists will be featured throughout the traditionally-inspired modern décor characterised by an understated Japanese aesthetic. The hotel will be located in the city’s historic Higashiyama-ku district.

    Four Seasons Hotel Tianjin:
    The 259-room property will be the brand’s 9th hotel in the country. Part of a mixed complex with an office tower and retail stores, the Hotel is in a pedestrian-friendly area near Nanjing Road, the city’s main east-west thoroughfare and Bingjiang Avenue, the city’s major shopping area. With three food and beverage options and a spa and fitness facility with a pool, the hotel will be the first Four Seasons in China’s 4th most populous city.

    Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown:

    Located in the heart of Lower Manhattan in the Tribeca district, the 185-room building is designed by Robert AM Stern Architects with interiors by Yabu Pushelberg. It will feature an exclusive spa and fitness facility, naturally-lit event spaces, and soon-to-be-revealed street level restaurant and bar concept, as well as 157 Private Residences.

    Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina:

    This 358-room beachfront hotel is located on the island’s sunset coast featuring multiple beaches and pools – several reserved for adults only – a multi-level spa and wellness centre plus on-site tennis and watersports, and preferred access at the Ko Olina golf club. Event spaces can host up to 900 guests. New design by Philpotts Interiors will enhance the original building by architect Edward Killingsworth.

    Four Seasons Hotel The Surf Club:

    The exclusive 77-room property is set within a 9-acre (3.6-hectare) complex with 965 feet (300 metres) of Atlantic beachfront. It will offer more than 40 beach cabanas among landscaped gardens and four pools. Design architects for the Hotel and 150 Private Residences are Richard Meier & Partners.

    Daniel Fountain / 28.09.2015

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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