SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA—The Four Seasons Hotel Seoul is slated to open in September. A new 25-story mixed-use building in the Central Business District, the property offers access to key business and diplomatic centers, historic sites and shopping.
The 317 light-filled guestrooms, including 32 suites, are designed in Korean motifs and feature a new, fully customizable Four Seasons bed. Onsite, there are seven high concept restaurants and bars, a new spa and three-story health club.
Signature services include exclusive Four Seasons airport and transportation services, fully equipped 24-hour business center, twice-daily housekeeping, laundry services, complimentary morning coffee and international newspapers, round-the-clock in-room dining, hospitality lounge for early check-in and late checkout. In addition, a multilingual concierge team is available to provide access to the city’s local historic and recreational attractions, restaurants and shopping.
The new hotel will house seven dining and drinking options, with kitchens overseen by Executive Chef Ralf Dohmeier, bringing his extensive experience throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
A three-story, 57,500-sq.-ft. spa complex features both traditional and advanced therapies, including seven treatment rooms with two couple’s rooms and one spa suite with its own relaxation area; traditional Korean saunas and three pools of varying types. An exclusive membership health club located within Four Seasons will include extensive facilities.
Additionally, there are seven function spaces for meetings, conferences and social events and two ballrooms onsite.