The going appears to be good for Four Seasons. The five-star stalwart is plugging four new properties into the Americas in the coming years, with 12 hotels currently in the pipeline for late 2015 and 2016. The 64-room Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá arrives early 2016, on the heels of Hotel Casa Medina Bogota, which debuted just a few months ago.
Four Seasons Hotel Bogota
Hotel Bogotá is billed as a destination for gourmands, attracting cultural explorers and travellers wooed by the city’s rich history and contemporary art scene. The other three new properties are dotted around the US; the largest of which will reside in Oahu, Hawaii. The 358-room Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina has a beachfront location on the island’s sunset coast, with access to historic sites, shopping and preferred access to the Ko Olina golf club.
Four Seasons Resort O'ahu at Ko Olina
The similarly exotic Four Seasons Hotel The Surf Club will open late 2016 with 40 beach cabanas within nine acres of landscaped gardens. The fourth Four Seasons in the Sunshine State will boast and 150 Private Residences by Richard Meier & Partners. A little more urban, but just as luxe, is the upcoming Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, set to open summer 2016.
Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown
The 185-room will be located in the Tribeca district of lower Manhattan, just a stroll from the new World Trade Center, Wall Street and Soho. A total of 157 Private Residence will be opened alongside an exclusive spa and fitness facility, event spaces, and a street-level restaurant and bar concept.