Reflecting the unique city it sits in the center of, the Four Seasons in Seoul is a combination of traditional Korea and modern cool. Located in the central business district and yet within walking distance of the city’s historic sites, it’s the ideal choice for those traveling for work or pleasure. Fully equipped with a range of beautiful new facilities, guests may opt to stay in the hotel, making use of the pools, sauna and spa, not to mention state-of-the-art 3D golfing range. The rooms, studios and suites are decorated with chic design features and all the modern conveniences, providing a welcome retreat after a long day of leisure, meetings or sightseeing. Fine dining is available in the selection of on-site restaurants, serving delectable cuisine from Asia and beyond. Thanks to the expert chefs and the hotel’s stylish bars, the hotel is a nightlife destination in itself and a go-to hotspot in Seoul.
History: For the first time, the Four Seasons brings its decades of quality hospitality to Seoul.
Location: The hotel enjoys an ideal position in Gwanghwamun district, in the very heart of the city.
Service: Guests will be delighted by the intuitive and comprehensive service, synonymous with the name that’s trusted around the world.
The 317 guests rooms include 43 suites offering guests a spacious corner of relaxation and convenience the center of the city. Decorated to the highest spec, each room and suite features ultra-modern comforts.
This corner suite offers nearly 1,300 square feet of space, and the wraparound windows provide floor-to-ceiling vistas of Seoul. Through the foyers, guests find themselves in the spacious living and dining area - ideal for entertaining - with an adjacent bathroom. The separate, oversized bedroom is elegantly decorated and it too has its own en suite facilities.
Covering around 500 square feet with views over the city, the Deluxe room features a king-sized bed with crisp linens and light, airy decor. The en suite bathroom is decked out in Italian marble, with a rainforest shower and double vanity consoles.
For stylish, open-plan living in Seoul, the Studio Suite offers chic, contemporary decor over 807 square feet. The living area is partially separated from the king sized bed - or two double beds - around a corner, and boasts stunning views over the city.
From relaxing in the hotel’s pools and saunas to getting active in the gym or on the simulated golfing range, guests will find there’s never a dull moment with the Four Seasons’ excellent range of facilities.
At the hotel’s indoor Golf Experience, golfers of all standards can hone their skills with 3D simulations of some of the most famous courses in the world.
The comprehensive indoor swimming facilities at the Four Seasons include a three-lane lap pool, the Vitality Pool and a plunge pool for the kids, ensuring all guests can take a dip at any time of year.
The sauna at the Four Seasons Seoul takes the Korean tradition and elevates it. Guests can wander from room to room, taking in the various levels of heat, for a rejuvenating and authentic experience.
Every detail of the elegantly-appointed spa is aligned towards creating a relaxing retreat where guests can reset. The extensive menu includes relaxing massage therapies and beauty treatments for every inch of the body.
With cuisine from around the world prepared by renowned chefs and wines and cocktails served late into the night at elegant bars, guests are spoiled for choice at the Four Seasons in Seoul.
Attracting a young and vibrant crowd from across the city, this hip Milanese cocktail bar boasts a solid selection of old and new wines, classic aperitivos and dramatic decor.
Sweeping guests out of Asia and straight into an Italian trattoria, Boccalino presents hearty Mediterranean favorites, from pizzas cooked in the wood fired oven and pastas and steaks prepared in the open kitchen.
With a curated list of creative cocktails based on the writings of famous traveler and savant Charles H Baker, this bar is unique to Seoul. Packed nightly with the city’s bright young things, it’s a hotspot for people watching.
The hotel’s signature cafe is also a gourmet bakery where guests can indulge in fresh coffee and pastries created daily by expert bakers. The real stars at Confections are the cakes, which make for a special treat or the perfect gift.
Stylish and cool, this Japanese restaurant features the cuisine of chef Sawada Kazumi. From the elevated sushi bar to the lower-level dining room, guests can take their time over a number of shared small plates from Kyoto.
Korean for “living room”, Maru welcomes guests with cozy sofas and a relaxed, casual atmosphere. Guests can snack on delicious Korean dishes or sip refreshing cocktails and enjoy the world as it goes by.
A theater of international feasts, The Market Kitchen serves up buffet lunches, dinners and Sunday brunches from live cooking stations around the dining hall, creating an action-packed atmosphere.
A gourmet delicatessen and cafe all in one, guests can take a seat at The Market Larder and enjoy a fresh bite or cup of coffee, or stock the kitchens in their suites with delectable delicacies from around the world.
Bedecked to recall the roaring 20s in Shanghai, this elegant and sophisticated restaurant presents classic Cantonese dishes with flair. The Peking duck is a sight to behold and guests can soak up the atmosphere in the dining room or enjoy a little more intimacy in private dining chambers.
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