Four Seasons Hotel London At Park Lane to reopen in May

As outdoor dining returns to the UK, Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane is planning to reopen on May 17, when guests can celebrate reconnecting with friends, family and London over shared dining experiences.

The hotel offers the opportunity to enjoy outdoor dining at the recently redesigned ‘On The Terrace,’ curated picnics, uniquely crafted ice cream sandwich Summer Saturdays, British vendor Friday Favourites, and speciality pairing menus offering exclusive Champagne by the glass in a special partnership with Dom Perignon.

Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane is in exclusive partnership with Dom Perignon, which relaunches with a l three course Perfect Pairings menu featuring Dom Perignon Blanc Vintage 2010, Plenitude Deuxieme P2 Vintage 2002, and Rose Vintage 2006. Featuring accompaniments include parched lobster, curry-spiced Balik salmon with oscietra caviar and strawberry tartlet with Champagne caviar.

On The Terrace boasts a summer menu by executive chef Henry Brosi, with starters including wild sea bass tartare, asparagus lemon risotto, and langoustine tempura, and then fresh-from-the-grill jumbo prawns, lobster and wagyu striploin or burgers.

Additionally, guests can enjoy a refreshed seasonal cocktail menu created by Bar Manager Ivan Arena inspired by the sights and sounds of London.

Beginning June 2021, weekly special ‘Friday Favourites’ will highlight British culinary producers sourced from London’s Borough Market, including oysters and award-winning cheese, while the weekends will introduce ‘Summer Saturdays,’ offering creative ice cream sandwiches.

Located near three Royal Parks, Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane will offer customers two options, the classic takeaway with snacks and Champagne, or the deluxe offering that includes a Picnic Butler to set up. Alternatively, customers can have a special Afternoon Tea experience on property subject to prior confirmation.

Four Seasons Hotel London at Canary Wharf Hosts Contemporary Art Exhibition

Four Seasons Hotel Canary Wharf in London, UK, is launching a series of art exhibits from September 20, 2012, which will continue for the entire autumn season.

The art exhibits, made by local talented artists, will be located in the hotel lobby and other public spaces. Some of the artists whose work will be on display are paintings by Alexander Johnson and screen prints by Jason Keeley.

The hotel will also be hosting an entertainment programme to compliment the exhibits. Live DJs will organise music on Thursday evenings, with cocktails and snack foods on offer for guests.

Michael Purtill, the general manager of Four Seasons London at Canary Wharf, said, ‘In recent years, we have realized that many of our guests are also art aficionados and that cultural tourism, especially in the east-side of London, can begin the minute they arrive in the lobby of the Hotel.’

The art exhibit is being conducted in collaboration with Modern ArtBuyer Limited, an online company that is showcasing contemporary paintings, prints and photographs of local talent.

Jessica Lloyd-Smith, the director at Modern ArtBuyer, said, ‘We’ve chosen to exhibit work that we know will enhance the Hotel environment and that we believe will appeal to the discerning business and leisure traveller. The stunning contemporary artwork will bring a sense of tranquility to the ultra-modern three-storey lobby.’

The exhibit launch will be with a party hosted at the hotel, with complimentary cocktail for guests.

Enjoy a summer in Beirut with New Offers from Four Seasons Hotel Beirut

The Four Seasons Hotel Beirut, in Beirut,Lebanon, is offering new summer delights for travellers to the city located next to the Mediterranean Sea.

The hotel is re-opening its lounge bar, The Roof, which has directly connected access to the city’s new boardwalk destination, Zaitunay Bay. The Roof is the city’s highest lounge bar, located at a height of 119 metres, and provides elevated seating for panoramic views of the city. It also has a quiet area by the pool, and special seating to view the sunset across the Mediterranean.

Beirutis hosting summer concerts for celebrities from the world of music, including The Cranberries, Evanescence, Chris De Burgh, Pitbull, Jose Carreras, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Tourists to the city are also at liberty to participate in the summer festivals, including The Beiteddine Festival, Baalbek International Festival, Byblos International Festival and the Zouk Mikael Festival.

Stefan Simkovics, the general manager of the Four Seasons Hotel Beirut, said, ‘Beirut is where everyone wants to be over the summer and Four Seasons Hotel Beirut is the place everyone wants to stay at when they are here. Apart from being home to one of the city’s most iconic lounge bars, our location alongBeirut’s most sought-after stretch makes us the best address in town.’

Although Beirut remains a popular summer destination for tourists, travellers are recommended to check the current travel advisory from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in the UK, before travelling to the country.