The Four Seasons Hotel Seoul is now open. Located in the city’s Central Business District, the 317-room new build property has approximately 27,000 square feet of meeting space.
“Seoul has emerged as one of the most exciting, inventive and inspiring cities in the world, and Four Seasons is right in the centre of the energy,” said general manager Lubosh Barta.
The hotel’s features and amenities include:
♦ two ballrooms, the largest of which is 8,482 square feet
♦ six meeting rooms, all with natural light
♦ 43 suites, several of which have unobstructed views of Gyeongbok Palace and the landmark N Seoul Tower
♦ seven dining and entertaining venues: Boccalino and the adjoining Bar Boccalino (a rethinking of the traditional Italian restaurant); Yu Yuan (Chinese); Kioku (Japanese); The Market Kitchen (European-style market hall with cooking stations); Charles H., modern interpretation of a Prohibition-era speakeasy; and Maru, the hotel’s “living room.”
♦ The Spa at Four Seasons Club Seoul: a three-storey facility which includes a full-service spa; 8,235-square-foot gym; a juice bar; members’ lounge; three pools; and an indoor golf experience