Four Seasons launches new buyout packages for C&I groups

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has launched an Exclusives and Buyouts programme designed for conference and incentive groups wishing to take over a range of properties in their entirety.

Four Seasons launches new buyout packages for C&I groups
Four Seasons launches new buyout packages for C&I groups

The programme will make it easier for event planners to book full or partial buyouts at a range of Four Seasons properties around the globe, with new tools on the hotel group's designated meetings and events website.

A buyout will enable groups to have full access to a resort's rooms and suites, all function spaces and all outdoor pools, with selected restaurants and lounges, spas and fitness centres, golf courses and public areas also potentially available. 

Four Seasons senior vice president global sales, Jonathan Sicroff said: "On many occasions, the needs and ambitions of our clients are so big that we open up entire properties exclusively for their use, resulting in a world of benefits for both hosts and participants. The extraordinary opportunity to have a Four Seasons all to yourself may have been the MICE industry’s best kept secret."

The packages aim to ensure complete privacy, confidentiatluy and security for visiting C&I groups, as well as a range of branding opportunities.

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