Luxury hotel the Four Seasons London at Park Lane is set to reopen on January 31, after an extensive refurbishment project which has seen a new all-glass top floor added to the property.
Four Seasons had originally intended to reopen the hotel late last year (see online news July 9), but this slipped into 2011, and the group has now confirmed both on its website and Twitter page that reservations are open for arrivals from the end of January.
The renovated hotel will include a brand new top floor housing a luxury 697sqm spa with 360 degree views of the capital, nine treatment rooms including a double suite overlooking Hyde Park, male and female saunas and a rooftop fitness centre.
The hotel’s revamped interiors have been designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, responsible for Four Seasons projects in Paris, Florence, Geneva and Washington DC, and the property will feature 192 rooms including 45 one, two and three-bed suites, some with fireplaces and private terraces.
For more information visit fourseasons.com/london.
Report by Mark Caswell