Four Season has opened its latest London property, housed within the grade II-listed Port of London Authority HQ opposite the Tower of London.

The Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square features 100 rooms and suites, as well as La Dame de Pic restaurant by Michelin-starred French chef Anne-Sophie Pic, The Rotunda bar, and the UN Ballroom for up to 200 guests.

The hotel will also open a second restaurant this spring, featuring “the foods and flavours of China and Japan, with a sushi bar to round out lively celebration of two of the world’s most celebrated cuisines”.

And the property’s spa facilities are set to open in April, with eight treatment rooms, a 14-metre indoor pool, vitality pool, steam and sauna rooms, and a fitness centre (the last of these is now open).

Business Traveller had a preview of the hotel in November last year, which can be read here:

Four Seasons London at Ten Trinity Square gears up for opening

Four Seasons opened its first London property 47 years ago this week – originally known as the Inn on the Park London and now operating as the Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane.

The group previously operated a property in London’s Canary Wharf, but this was debranded in 2016.

During the soft opening period The Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square is offering 20 per cent off regular room rates.