The iconic Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts hasn't been slowed down by the current pandemic as they plan to open four new properties this year. Already boasting some of the finest properties in the world the new additions include hotels in Louisiana, California, Italy, and Mexico.
Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans
Opening Mid-May 2021
A transformed iconic building that celebrates New Orleans’ spirit and vibrant culture, Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans will feature a spectacular two-storey 360-degree observation deck with views over the Mississippi River and New Orleans.
Designed by legendary modernist architect Edward Durell Stone, the hotel will be housed in the historic first World Trade Center, once the tallest building in the city - inside and outside, the property revitalises the restored landmarked elements of Durell Stone’s building with inspiring contemporary design by Cambridgeseven, in collaboration with Trapolin-Peer Architects, Woodward Design Group and Bill Rooney studio.
341 rooms and 92 Residences are spread across 35 floors and will open as New Orlean’s first world-class luxury hotel, bringing an American architectural icon back to life. In true New Orleans spirit, the on-site Concierge can organise private jazz concerts at the iconic Preservation Hall, jazz lessons with a local jazz legend, or private streetcar tours of the city and award-winning Chef Alon Shaya will debut a classic Louisiana dining experience and bar in the hotel.
Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley
Opening Spring 2021
Located in the laid back town of Calistoga, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley had a farmhouse-chic design infused with comfort and culture and is surrounded by vineyards, mountains and forests.
The hotel features 85 rooms, with an on-site, fully operational, organically hand-farmed 5.6-acre vineyard and winery operated by award-winning winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown. The Resort will be Napa Valley's first Resort within a working winery.
San Domenico Palace, Taormina, A Four Seasons Hotel
Four Seasons will take over the iconic San Domenico Palace on the hilltop of Taormina in Sicily, Italy. The Hotel comprises an ancient Dominican monastery from the 15th century, as well as a Grand Hotel Wing that was added in 1896.
Guest rooms and public spaces feature original architecture and facades from the historic building. Other features include clear views of the surrounding waters and Mount Etna, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, beach club, lush gardens, and several restaurants and bars including the two-Michelin Star Restaurant, Principe Cerami.
For more than a century, San Domenico Palace has welcomed the world’s most illustrious guests – from Oscar Wilde and King Edward VIII to Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn and Sophia Loren. Now, as Four Seasons, this iconic hotel begins a new era, delivering the highest standards of personalised service.
Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo
Opening Autumn 2021
The Resort will be located in a protected eco-reserve located on a private peninsula of pristine coastline between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo – where dense jungle rainforest meets the Pacific Ocean. The grounds will also feature three pools, a full-service spa set amidst a tropical forest and a fitness centre, young adults centre and lounge, water sports centre and tennis courts. The Resort will be part of a 2100-acre (849 hectare) El Tamarindo master-planned development featuring multiple beaches with multiple private coves.