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Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

London (The City)

100 rooms from £450 per night
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“A beautiful listed city building has been given a superb makeover to become a luxury property in the heart of the London. Rooms and suites effortlessly blend contemporary and classic style and you'll find all the pampering you'd expect from a Four Seasons property, plus Michelin dining on site!”

“A beautiful listed city building has been given a superb makeover to become a luxury property in the heart of the London. Rooms and suites effortlessly blend contemporary and classic style and you'll find all the pampering you'd expect from a Four Seasons property, plus Michelin dining on site!”

Hotel Review

Originally opened in the 1920s as the HQ for the Port of London Authority, 10 Trinity Square has been given a thoroughly modern makeover to become the Four Seasons at Ten Trinity Square. The original stone facade remains with its enormous dramatic columns, as do certain original features - portland stone and marble in the lobby and reception area (accessorised by huge floral arrangements), stunning walnut panelling in the Ballroom. Elsewhere the decor is bang up to date, but with a nod to the property’s maritime past (thinked themed lighting and other touches). Throughout there’s also an art-deco feel giving another nod to the building’s history. The rooms are beautifully done with superb attention to detail and all the trappings you’d expect from a Four Seasons hotel. Beds are huge and supremely comfy with top quality linens; spacious bathrooms are in marble with roomy walk-in showers and deep bath tubs, with complimentary toiletries by Bottega Veneta. There are two styles of room - some where the decor is dark and moody with tweed-clad walls, wooden panelled ceiling above the bed and the view from the floor to ceiling window is into a central atrium with modern sculpture; others where there’s a lighter palette of blues and greys or honeyed oak, and a more traditional feel. Downstairs, beyond the lobby, The Rotunda Bar, with magnificent domed ceiling and a great line in cocktails, doubles as space for both breakfast (excellent freshly cooked fare) and afternoon tea. If you’re dining in, there are two options, Chinese and Japanese dishes at Mei Ume showcasing the best of both cuisines with Sushi bar and an extensive menu, or the superb La Dame de Pic, Anne-Sophie Pic’s Michelin starred London outpost, where you’ll find French cuisine at its very best. And for those who need some pampering the lower ground floor spa will not disappoint. There’s an atmospheric pool, and another where you can indulge in some hydrotherapy, plus hammam and sauna. The Four Seasons at Ten Trinity Square might be viewed by some as simply a luxury business hotel, but really it offers so much more. Friendly staff are knowledgeable and helpful; location wise it’s perfect - the Tower of London and Tower Bridge are literally across the road, and the South Bank is just over the river. It's family friendly, and if you want to venture further afield there's transport options everywhere you look. So if you're looking for a luxury city break you may well have found your spot!
Recommended for
  • Local exploring
  • Ideally located for exploring both the city, Southbank and further afield.
  • City Style
  • The chic interiors and sumptuous rooms and suites are sure to please the style conscious.
  • Foodies
  • With the Michelin starred La Dame du Pic restaurant on site, it's a must for foodies.
 

Written by Sarah Empson

Recommended For

  • Local exploring
  • Ideally located for exploring both the city, Southbank and further afield.
  • City Style
  • The chic interiors and sumptuous rooms and suites are sure to please the style conscious.
  • Foodies
  • With the Michelin starred La Dame du Pic restaurant on site, it's a must for foodies.
  • Sights nearby
  • You are a stone's throw from the Tower of London and Tower Bridge
  • Museums
  • Spa
  • There is a huge spa on the lower ground spa, where they offer a huge range of relaxing treats, plus a pool, hammam & much more!
  • Self catering to rent
  • As well as regular rooms the property has a range of residences, ideal for a long stay.
  • Restaurant
  • There are two on site restaurants either Michelin starred or Asian cuisine.
  • Conference facilities
  • Gourmet
  • Family Suites
  • Good wine list
  • Opulent
  • Luxury
  • 5* Luxury
  • Business Hotel
  • Child friendly
  • Gym
  • Chic
  • Grand Hotel

Facilities

  • Spa
  • There is a huge spa on the lower ground spa, where they offer a huge range of relaxing treats, plus a pool, hammam & much more!
  • Self catering to rent
  • As well as regular rooms the property has a range of residences, ideal for a long stay.
  • Restaurant
  • There are two on site restaurants either Michelin starred or Asian cuisine.
  • Swimming Pool
  • Beautiful indoor pool in the spa, plus separate hydrotherapy pool
  • Hairdresser/Beauty Salon
  • Award winning hair and beauty salon Geilly Green
  • Parking
  • Valet parking is available
  • Towelling robes
  • Family Suites
  • Shops
  • Good wine list
  • Conference facilities
  • Bar
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Sauna/Steam
  • Concierge
  • Wifi
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Air conditioning
  • Suites
  • 24 Hour room service
  • Room service
  • Child friendly
  • Gym

Activities

  • Sights nearby
  • You are a stone's throw from the Tower of London and Tower Bridge
  • Museums

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A deft renovation of the muscular, 1920s former Port of London Authority headquarters, dominating historic Tower Hill above the Tower of London and the River Thames, with easy access to both major finance districts...

Originally published by The Telegraph

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