Four Seasons continues to expand its global portfolio with the strategic opening of new hotels, resorts and branded private residences, including new properties in California, Thailand and Japan.
Six new openings are anticipated for 2020, including the return of Four Seasons to Bangkok with the glorious new Jean-Michel Gathy-designed landmark along the Chao Phraya River, debuting with nearly 300 guest rooms and over 350 Private Residences.
Also opening in the Asia-Pacific region early in the year is a third address in Japan, in the Otemachi area of Tokyo facing the Tokyo Imperial Palace.
To compliment its seven existing properties in California, Four Seasons continues to expand its presence in the northern part of the state with the spring opening of its second hotel in San Francisco, a soaring building in the Embarcadero district. Also scheduled for 2020 is the highly-anticipated opening of Four Seasons resort in Napa Valley, including a unique collection of Private Residences as well as Four Seasons first on-property winery in partnership with acclaimed winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown.
Also in the United States, a recently announced hotel in New Orleans is expected to open in late 2020 in the city's historic World Trade Center.
In Europe, Four Seasons will debut in Spain for the first time with a new hotel in central Madrid, an assembly of several historic buildings now fully restored and reimagined, and highlighted by a rooftop restaurant by three Michelin-starred Spanish celebrity chef Dani García.
Other recent innovations have included the company's first standalone private residences, fully serviced by Four Seasons, in London at Twenty Grosvenor Square, a technology-led development with Comcast in Philadelphia, the Athenian riviera conversion of the iconic Four Seasons Astir Palace Hotel Athens, and the company's first all-inclusive wellness retreat in Hawaii.
Having just opened its collection of traditional chalets at the foot of the Mont d'Arbois slopes with Les Chalets du Mont d'Arbois, Megève, the company that also introduced the first private jet will debut its first resort with an onsite winery in Napa Valley.
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