Four Seasons is debranding its London Canary Wharf property from the end of April.
The group’s website confirms that “effective April 30, 2016 the hotel will no longer be managed by Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts”, adding that the property “will continue to operate as a luxury hotel under new management”.
It is not yet clear which brand will take over the management of the hotel. Business Traveller has contacted the owner of the property - Yiannis Group - and will post more details here when we have them.
The hotel has been managed by Four Seasons since it opened in December 1999, and was the second London property by the luxury hotel group, joining the Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane.
The group is also set to open a new London property at Ten Trinity Square – the website for the hotel and residences development states that it will open in 2016.