Four Seasons to debut Six New Hotels in 2020

Press Release

TORONTO — Following a strong 2019, which saw Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts open seven new locations, the brand plans to continue its expansion with another six openings projected for 2020.

The new locations will be scattered around the globe, including San Francisco’s Embarcadero district, the second Four Seasons in San Francisco; Tokyo’s Otemachi area, facing the Tokyo Imperial Palace; a Jean-Michel Gathy-designed resort on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok; Madrid — the first Four Seasons in Spain — featuring a rooftop restaurant by three Michelin-starred chef Dani Garcia; New Orleans’  historic World Trade Center; and the Napa Valley, which will feature an onsite winery in partnership with winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown.

“An unwavering commitment to service and quality, a strong operating model and alignment with hotel owners who share our vision places Four Seasons in an enviable market position as we continue to grow our portfolio and strengthen our global development pipeline,” says John Davison, president and CEO, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “As we begin a new decade, we continue to elevate the experience for our guests and enhance our product offering, affirming our passionate dedication to excellence and the industry-leading innovation that has defined our brand for nearly 60 years.”

Source: hoteliermagazine

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