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Published on : Thursday, November 3, 2016
Nearly a century in the making, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square is now accepting reservations as it puts the finishing touches on an exquisite restoration in anticipation of its opening on January 26, 2017.
“In this landmark of power and prestige, we plan to introduce a more intimate, personalised experience for international travellers as well as local guests,” says General Manager Charlie Parker of this important building’s transformation into a luxury hotel and residence. “In the story of Ten Trinity Square, a new Four Seasons chapter in London is about to unfold.”
Home to just 100 guest accommodations as well as 41 private residences, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square will also offer guests three dining options, a luxurious spa experience, state-of-the-art fitness centre and beautiful indoor pool. Gracious event spaces will accommodate up to 200. The heritage building’s past as headquarters of the Port of London Authority is reflected in the maritime-inspired details of its elegant architecture and interiors.
Independent to the Hotel but also situated within Ten Trinity Square, Four Seasons is partnering with Chateau Latour and Reignwood to open a Private Members Club.Located in the City of London, Ten Trinity Square is just steps from the Tower of London and a short walk to St. Paul’s Cathedral. The Hotel also offers easy access to the Canary Wharf financial district and the city’s famed West End.
Two New Destination Restaurants to Debut
In addition to taking its place among London’s elite hotel addresses, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square also promises to be the city’s newest dining destination. Acclaimed French chef Anne-Sophie Pic will make her UK debut with the opening of La Dame de Pic, while a new Asian concept will be unveiled as a second and equally appealing dining option, complemented by the Rotunda under the building’s stunning dome.
“There are so many dining concepts available in London, so our mission is to offer dining and drinking experiences that are unique, and of the very highest quality,” says Director of Food and Beverage Antoine Corneille, who most recently oversaw the acclaimed culinary program of Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris.
Where Important Things Happen
Ten Trinity Square was the setting for the inaugural reception of the United Nations General Assembly in 1946, and now the very room where that remarkable gathering took place has been meticulously restored down to the smallest detail, with discreet technological upgrades to accommodate today’s demands.
The wood panelled UN Ballroom is the perfect setting for a sit down dinner or cocktail reception, offering stunning views over the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the River Thames. Across a shared pre-function area, the circular Merchant’s Hall is a unique, naturally-lit space above the building’s rotunda. In all, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square offers 7857 square feet (730 square metres) of function space, including several smaller venue options.