Explore the newest Four Seasons hotels across the globe and discover endless possibilities. What makes an experience extraordinary? How about a walk alongside a naturalist while you watch migrating zebras, or a guided dive to discover the hidden world in UNESCO-protected waters? Four Seasons will give you exclusive access to once-in-a-lifetime adventures in the world’s most captivating locales.
As part of our Four Seasons Hotels Preferred Partner Program, you receive exclusive benefits including:
- Up to $500 of resort credit
- Complimentary WiFi
- Up to a two-category room upgrade (based on availability)
- Daily full American breakfast for two people
- VIP recognition and personal welcome from on-property management
- Access to the best guest room inventory
- Priority wait-list clearance
Experience Four Seasons Hotel Lanai at Koele, A Sensei Retreat
Let Sensei craft your unique itinerary from an unlimited choice of experiences. Unwind with spa treatments, nourish body and mind, and enjoy other experiences designed to help you create the perfect retreat. From locally grown produce to sustainable practices, Sensei is passionate about food and its impact on our bodies. Enjoy delicious meals during your journey, prepared in partnership with the Nobu culinary team and in consultation with Sensei co-founder Dr. Agus’ nutritional standards. Lanai, Hawaii, is one of the best places to watch spinner dolphins as they swim along the coast and play in the island’s bays.
Four Seasons Hotel Lanai at Koele, A Sensei Retreat has been named to the Travel + Leisure 2020 It List of best new hotels. The It List, now in its 15th year, is an annual recognition of the world's finest new and newly reimagined properties around the world. Travel + Leisure editors check in to hundreds of new hotels around the globe in search of the properties that offer a winning alchemy of setting, design and service. The editors then collaborate with Travel + Leisure's global network of travel writers, contributors and agents to narrow down the list.
Les Chalets du Mont d'Arbois, Megève, A Four Seasons Hotel
At the foot of the ski slopes, Les Chalets du Mont d’Arbois is just a five-minute drive from the heart of Megève. To reach the destination, many guests fly to Geneva Airport, then drive 70 minutes by limousine or rental car. It’s also just a few hours by car from nearby cities, such as Lausanne, Lyon, Milan and Turin.
The Les Chalets du Mont d’Arbois offers an intimate spa with three treatment rooms – including a couples’ suite – showcasing 100% natural, organic products by Bamford. Our signature treatment combines a body scrub with reflexology, shiatsu and pressure-point massage.
Enjoy a Bamford Deep Tissue Massage which focuses on the deeper layer of muscle tissues, relieving tension with strong pressure while releasing accumulated toxins. The treatment allows blood and oxygen to circulate properly, helping you feel fully restored and ready for another day on the slopes.
Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok At Chao Phraya River
With its grand opening just a few months away, the all-new urban resort of Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is now accepting reservations for arrivals beginning March 21, 2020. Set along 200 metres (650 feet) of uncluttered riverfront, designer Jean-Michel Gathy has conceived a fresh landscape that integrates successive indoor and outdoor spaces through a series of cascading buildings, courtyards, terraces and water features across 3.6 hectares (9 acres) along Charoenkrung Road.
"Sometimes dramatic. Sometimes intimate. But always charismatic," says Gathy of Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok, where he’s placed new surprises at every turn. High ceilings and glass walls provide breathing space, while pools and flowing water echo the constant movement of the Chao Phraya River. Thailand’s natural beauty and the city’s urbane charms come together in every aspect of the interiors, punctuated by a serious art collection amassed by Gathy himself. Celebrating the country’s legendary craftsmanship and artistry, a dedicated Art Space will showcase contemporary Thai artists.
Four Seasons Hotel Madrid
Stunning restoration and conversion of historic buildings places Four Seasons guests in the heart of the city and among the first to experience the debut of a new dining concept by Michelin-starred Chef Dani Garcia. After a seven-year reconceptualisation and meticulous restoration of a collection of seven historic buildings, the new Four Seasons Hotel Madrid is now confirming reservations for arrivals beginning May 15, 2020.
“Madrid is having its moment, and Four Seasons is at the centre of it,” says Simon Casson, Four Seasons President, Hotel Operations - Europe, Middle East and Africa. “Our owner partners OHL Desarrollos and Mohari Hospitality, and our all-star team of artisans, culinarians and hoteliers, share our vision for offering a very personalised Four Seasons experience in a truly extraordinary setting in this vibrant city.”
With a soaring grand lobby welcoming guests at its heart, Four Seasons Hotel Madrid is located within Centro Canalejas, also home to 22 Four Seasons Private Residences and the Galería Canalejas luxury shopping mall. Estudio Lamela led the architectural project, preserving more than 16,700 artefacts throughout. Inside, interiors are by an international team of designers including BAMO, BG Architecture, Martin Brudnizki, AvroKO and Luis Bustamante.
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo At Otemachi
Soaring above busy streets in a landmark tower with sweeping views of the city and beyond, the new Four Seasons reflects Tokyo’s 24/7 energy and modern lifestyle. Ideally located for business travellers within Tokyo’s financial district, the Hotel’s namesake Otemachi Station, one of the city’s largest subway hubs, is directly accessed from the Hotel, allowing leisure guests to venture into the city easily, with the expert concierge team’s recommendations and guidance firmly in hand.A feast for the senses, the Hotel’s interiors evoke an origami-like sense of discovery through layered design motifs envisioned by interiors firm Denniston. Under the masterful touch of lead designer Jean-Michel Gathy, Japanese essense influences meld seamlessly with a modern aesthetic. In each of the 190 guest rooms and suites, commissioned artworks by Namiko Kitaura bring a feeling of lightness and animation – in a nod to the flowing fabrics of Japanese fashion icon Issey Miyake. At the Spa lobby, a three-dimensional fabric installation billows and sweeps outward, as if caught in a gust of wind.
Four Seasons believes in recognizing a familiar face, welcoming a new one and treating everyone they meet the way they would want to be treated themselves. Whether you work with them, stay with them, live with them or discover with them, they believe their purpose is to create impressions that will stay with you for a lifetime. It comes from their belief that life is richer when we truly connect to the people and the world around us.