TORONTO, 25 January 2017: Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is strengthening its presence in the luxury hotel and residential space with a pipeline of more than 50 projects at various stages of planning and development.
The pipeline includes ongoing projects in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur that are now under construction.
The group says it is singularly focused on the luxury segment, rather than offering brands in multi-markets.
Four Seasons opened its 9th hotel in China in Tianjin earlier this week, and will extend its presence in several key markets in 2017 with the addition of second hotels in both London (10 Trinity Square) and the Seychelles (Desroches Island), as well as adding a fourth property in Florida (Surfside). The company also plans to open hotels in new destinations including Kuwait, Megève, and Tunis later this year.
Four Seasons previously announced plans for hotels, resorts and residences in: Montreal, Los Cabos, Bangkok, Madrid, Philadelphia, São Paulo, Bengaluru, and Kuala Lumpur, as well as second properties in both Boston and Tokyo.
These developments build on 2016’s momentum, when Four Seasons added nine properties to its global portfolio: Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Financial Centre, Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá, Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island, Four Seasons Resort O’ahu at Ko Olina, Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta, Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto, Four Seasons Resort Anguilla, and Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam. Four Seasons also introduced the first private island experience in the company’s portfolio – Four Seasons Private Island Maldives at Voavah, Baa Atoll.