Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square opens

The five-star Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square was unveiled yesterday (26 January), marking the first of a flurry of exciting new openings for the capital in 2017.

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square opens
Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square opens

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The new opening from Four Seasons, located inside the existing structure of Ten Trinity Square, a grand Parisian Beaux Arts building near the Tower of London, River Thames and Tower Bridge, has been restored and upgraded as 100-room five-star property.

The hotel also offers 41 private residences and two new fine-dining restaurants, including the three Michelin-starred La Dame de Pic and an Asian-inspired eatery accepting groups for private dining.

For events, delegates can be hosted across two ballrooms and three function rooms across 730sqm of meeting space.

The next 12 months will prove to be an exciting time for London, with high profile openings such as The Ned, Nobu Shoreditch and the Curtain Hotel and Members Club looking to host groups for the first time this year.

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