Four Seasons to Open Five New Hotels by 2015

Properties to be Located in Hawaii, Morocco, South Korea, Bahrain, Florida

By Jesse Sokolow on 19 November 2014
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A Four Seasons hotel room

A Four Seasons hotel room

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced it will open five new properties in 2015.  The new hotels will be located in Ko Olina, Hawaii; Casablanca, Morocco; Seoul, South Korea; Bahrain; and Surfside, Florida.

The Four Seasons Resort O’ahu at Ko Olina is set to open in late 2015 on the island of O’ahu, Hawaii.  The hotel will have 365 guestrooms and 180 private residences.

In Morocco, the Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca is scheduled to open in mid-2015.  The hotel will have 186 guestrooms and suites, as well as a French brasserie and bar located on the top floor.  The property will be part of Anfa Place, a mixed-use development near the Corniche District, and will be the second Four Seasons hotel to be located in the country.

Slated to open late next year, the Four Seasons Hotel Seoul in South Korea will be situated in the central business district of Jongno-gu, and will contain parts of a 15th century building.  The 25-story hotel will have 317 rooms, nine restaurants and bars, a fitness center, and 3-D golf simulators.

The Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay will open in early 2015, and will be situated on its own private island.  The property will have 273 guestrooms, as well as a two-story sky bridge.  It will house two signature restaurants created by Chef Wolfgang Puck, as well as a bar and lounge.

Opening late next year, the Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club in Surfside, Florida is located just north of Miami Beach.  The hotel will have approximately 80 rooms, while the Surf Club Four Seasons Private Residences will have 150 private homes and penthouses.  Guests and residences of both will have access to the property’s two restaurants, four pools, spa and fitness center, and private beachfront.

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