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Take a Look Inside: Four Seasons at London’s Ten Trinity Square, Opening 2016


Take a look inside the new Four Seasons development, opening at Ten Trinity Square — the former Port of London Authority building — in 2016.

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has partnered with property developer Reignwood Group to open a new development in London’s Ten Trinity Square building in 2016. The building underwent a detailed restoration by Reignwood Group and is now ready for the introduction of a Four Seasons hotel, residence and private club.


The hotel will occupy the first three floors of the building, with 98 rooms and suites, a lounge, and a full spa. Preliminary renderings of the guestrooms show high ceilings, four-poster beds, step-down lounges, and all the classic styling and details of a historic building. All the rooms are expected to have separate showers and tubs.

In addition to afternoon tea, the hotel lounge will offer light, casual meals all day. It will be called the Rotunda Lounge, paying homage to the original rotunda being restored for the project. The property will also feature both French and Asian restaurants.


Residences in the building are going to be condos serviced by the hotel. Forty-one of them will be spread over floors three to seven, and each will have between one and five bedrooms. Four Seasons describes the residences as “sumptuous” with “uncompromised luxury.”

As for the hotel’s club, it will be members-only and located on the second floor. The original building’s executive offices and boardrooms will be transformed into meeting rooms, a business center, cigar lounge, bar, art gallery and the Château Latour room, where the wine collection of residents and club members will be held.


Ten Trinity Square, located next to the Tower of London, was originally designed by Sir Edwin Cooper and opened its doors for the first time in 1922. Four Seasons and Reignwood Group have yet to release an official opening date for the luxury hotel.

[Photos: Four Seasons; JasonD, HotelChatter]

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