Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto to open in October

Luxury hotel group Four Seasons will open its new 123-room property in Japanese city Kyoto this October.

Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto
Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto

The Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto is located in an 800-year-old traditional garden in Japan’s historic imperial capital, and features 57 residences, as well as its 123 rooms and suites.


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The hotel will offer a total of 569sqm of flexible event space, including a naturally lit ballroom overlooking the garden that can accommodate up to 220 delegates for seated dining and boasts a private pre-function area with a bar, and optional show kitchen. There will also be three executive-style conference rooms. 

Other features at the hotel include a 24-hour fitness centre, an indoor pool and a spa with six single treatment rooms and a VIP suite, as well as a full-service salon for hair, nail and skin treatments.

Dining options include a modern brasserie, an Edo-style Japanese restaurant and sushi bar, a lobby lounge and a traditional Japanese tea house in the gardens.

More:

Hyatt opens hotel in Okinawa, Japan

Pacific World adds Japan to destinations portfolio

Positive Impact launches Japan branch

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