Each Four Seasons property is designed to deliver truly memorable stays, blending Four Seasons personal service, unique local experiences, and superior design and finishes. Uniquely, Four Seasons does not own any of its properties, besides the original Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, preferring to house its uniform signature service within existing local architecture. The company is critically acclaimed, with consistent annual appearances in top ten lists by travel magazines and recognized as having one of the lowest employee turnover rates in the hospitality industry.
With persistent innovation and remarkable expansion, Four Seasons continues to redefine luxury for the modern traveler.
Four Seasons Chiang Mai
The Four Seasons Chiang Mai blends with its natural surroundings seamlessly, with trees growing between and around the resort, overlooking terraced rice fields and the mountains of the Mae Rim Valley. The resort has 64 boutique pavilions, each with a private veranda, as well as 16 private luxury residences. The Sala Mae Rim serves Thai cuisine and offers sweeping views of the valley below, and the Terraces have international dishes with a view of the Doi Suthep mountain range. The hotel has a health club with state of the art equipment, including a sauna, herbal steam room, whirlpool, cold plunge pool, 20-meter infinity edge swimming pool, a business center and wi-fi access. There are also mountain bikes available for use, along with maps of trails through the surrounding forest. The Spa at the Four Seasons Chiang Mai has seven treatment suites with rain shower massage tables and private herbal steam rooms. Professional spa therapists can help you choose the best treatment package for your needs. The hotel is 25 minutes from Chiang Mai International Airport.
Four Seasons Hangzhou
Overlooking the scenic West Lake and minutes from Lingyin Temple, the Four Seasons Hangzhou blends traditional design with contemporary style. Set among the property’s winding streams and lagoons, the 81 guest rooms, suites, and villas, all effortlessly fuse Chinese art and tapestries with clean modernist furnishings, and the latest in-room technology for business and entertainment. Each of the villas features a private swimming pool and landscaped garden. For health and relaxation, the hotel offers a fitness center, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and a cutting-edge designer spa with nine private treatment rooms. Jin Sha, the hotel’s feature restaurant, with 11 stand-alone pavilions surrounding a garden lagoon, serves fine Shanghainese, Cantonese, and local Hangzhou specialties. Other dining and drink options include WLB for all-day Asian and Western cuisine, the Lobby Lounge for traditional tea service, and The Bar for a dynamic nighttime atmosphere. There is also a business center with a meeting and function space. The hotel is a 45-minute drive from Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport.
Four Seasons Hong Kong
The Four Seasons Hong Kong's unique location on the Hong Kong side of Victoria Harbour offers the breathtaking perspective of viewing both the Kowloon and Hong Kong Island skylines. There are 399 guest rooms, including 54 suites, each reflecting signature Four Seasons comfort and luxury in two styles, modern chic and classic Chinese design. Every room and suite offers media amenities such as a DVD player, plasma/LCD screen television and wired or wireless Internet access, and the property itself has a state-of-the-art fitness center with tai chi, yoga and pilates classes, four pools (infinity pool, lap pool, plunge pool and whirlpool, all outdoors although the infinity pool is heated during the winter), a 24-hour business center, and a sumptuous, 22,000-square-foot spa. Dining options include Caprice, a modern French restaurant with open kitchens and an extensive wine list focused on France that also includes other Old and New World options; Lung King Heen, a Cantonese restaurant that serves classic Chinese breakfast items such as rice porridge and dumplings, dim sum for lunch, and a fresh seafood focus on dinner entrees; The Lounge, which serves all-day dining including one of Hong Kong’s top afternoon tea services; Inagiku, the Hong Kong branch of one of the oldest and best known restaurants in Japan; and Blue Bar, famed for its 88 signature blue cocktails, which bartenders shake out daily from noon onwards.
Four Seasons Hotel Moscow
Four Seasons Hotel Seoul
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.
What Others Say
Here is a small selection of the kind words our clients have said about us recently.
Family from Australia
Thank you for putting together such an inspiring trip through Indonesia. We used two different charter boats and, for one leg of the journey, a private charter flight and all were of extremely high quality.
A Couple from London
The Asaro Mudman tribal people took us where no tourists had been before, down through their lands to the source of the clay they use to make their tribal masks.
Aman Jet Expeditions
You are invited to Remote Lands’ signature Aman Jet Expeditions, in partnership with our friends at Aman. These are small group journeys designed for people who usually travel independently.