Set to make its debut this month, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square offers easy access to the Tower of London, St. Paulâ€™s Cathedral, and other iconic landmarks that grace the capital. But the hotel is so much more than its privileged location: occupyingÂ a beautiful heritage structure that initially opened as the headquarters of the Port of London Authority, the property is steeped in nearly a centuryâ€™s worth of history. Intricate wall carvings, exquisite furnishings, and elaborate engravings all bear traces of the buildingâ€™s storied past, inviting guests to completely immerse themselves in their surroundingsâ€”that is, when theyâ€™re not busy indulging in a pampering session atÂ the hotelâ€™s 18,000-square-foot Roman-inspired spa.
This June will see the launch of Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, an opulent 170-room property conceptualized by world-renowned designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. Nestled at the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards, the hotel will house lavishly-appointed guest quarters, a 5,000-square-foot spa center, a stylish rooftop pool and deck, and the first West Coast outpost by three-Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
A nature loverâ€™s paradise, Kokomo Island Fiji beckons amid pristine reefs, crystal clear waters, luxuriant greenery, and stretches of white sand. The private island resortâ€”which is scheduled to open in Marchâ€”is spread across 55 hectares, fringed by one of the best dive sites on the planet: the Great Astrolabe Reef. Accommodations range from beachside villas to exclusive luxury hilltop residences, all of which will boast a private pool, traditional Fijian motifs, and memorable views.
Dotted with snow-capped mountains and lush grassplots in the World Heritage-listed and folklore-rich Jiuzhaigou Valley, the resort will mark the brandâ€™s first all-villa property. Each of the 87 stunning accommodations will be a testament to the enduring legacy and remarkable vision of decorated designer Jaya Ibrahim, replete with ornate details and panoramic views that take in the nature reserveâ€™s lakes, waterfalls, and forests.