As travellers plan ahead and locals explore destinations closer to home, Four Seasons provides peace of mind with the highest standards of health and safety, personalised experiences and uncompromising luxury
Four Seasons reveals what's new for 2021 and beyond
Whether making plans to travel, dreaming of future travel or simply looking to enjoy a new local experience, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts reveals what to look forward to from the world’s leading luxury hospitality company next year.
“Exciting new hotel openings, renovations and enhancements are progressing across the portfolio, all with a focus on creating the most exceptional luxury experiences while welcoming guests safely,” says Christian Clerc, President, Global Operations for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “Regardless of the destination, Four Seasons guests can take comfort in knowing that their health and safety is our highest priority.”
In May 2020, the company introduced Lead With Care, an enhanced global health and safety program for employees, guests and residents that responds to the evolving nature of the pandemic in concert with local health authorities. Given the fluid and unique situation in each local market, Four Seasons also created Welcome Back, a centralised place to find the latest information about property reopenings and current facility availability, including any temporary changes to the on-property experience.
Recent New Openings
Anticipated Openings in 2021
Renovations and Enhancements in the Americas
Renovations and Enhancements in Europe, Middle East and Africa
Renovations and Enhancements in Asia Pacific
A New Four Seasons Private Jet Experience
The new, fully customised Four Seasons Private Jet takes flight in 2021 with around-the-world itineraries that offer a total Four Seasons experience, from jet to accommodations, unique experiences in incredible destinations, and the services of a full on-board team including executive chef, a concierge who will personalise the trip for each guest. Reconfigured to just 48 seats with 2 metres (6.5 feet) of personal space for greater comfort, the spacious Airbus A321neo-LR aircraft’s interior is equipped with a state-of-art, hospital-grade air filtration system that renews the cabin air every two to three minutes and removes 99.9 percent of particles, viruses and bacteria. Limited space is available for some 2021 journeys, and the first itineraries for 2022 have just been announced.
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