Coming almost exactly one year since Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts first announced Ten Trinity Square as their second London site, the Canadian based company has now launched a range of ten new luxury residences at the address.
Located between the third and seventh floors of Ten Trinity Square, a converted grade II listed building, the exclusive accommodations feature open-plan living areas, dining rooms, fully equipped kitchens and up to four-bedrooms, plus a bird’s eye view of the Tower of London and Tower Bridge.
The interiors of each apartment has been styled to recapture the elegance and poise of the ‘Roaring 20s’ – an era known as much for its slavish devotion to aesthetics as it is laidback approach to life, encapsulated in the works of PG Wodehouse and Evelyn Waugh. Some of the UK capital’s top designers, including Martin Kemp Design (no, not that Martin Kemp), LINLEY, Richmond International and Fox Linton, have created artworks for the property.
General manager Vincent Hoogewijs said: “We’re excited to be launching these new accommodations and expanding on our existing offering at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square. The Residences will be a great addition to the hotel, offering a new level of comfort and privacy for our guests on a short or longer-term basis. We look forward to welcoming our first guests and introducing them to our local neighbourhood.”
The spacious residences will offer the comfort and convenience of a hotel, with additional benefits such as the privacy of a dedicated entrance. Guests will enjoy full access to the hotels’ services and facilities including three dining options – Michelin-starred La Dame de Pic London, Asian restaurant Mei Ume and the Rotunda Bar and Lounge, plus in-room dining.
Also onsite is a spa with fitness centre and indoor pool, a Gielly Green Hair Salon, plus meetings and event spaces which can accommodate up to 200 delegates.