Hotel Preview: Four Seasons Seoul

Four Seasons Seoul Premier Room

Four Seasons Seoul is the newest addition to the hotel landscape in the South Korean capital. Combining the history of the Asian metropolis with modern elements, guests of Four Seasons Seoul can expect a one-of-a-kind experience. Seven bars and restaurants, a large indoor swimming pool and a large sauna area are just some amazing features of the new luxury hotel.

Four Seasons has been expanding for years and finally made it to the South Korean capital Seoul, too. Located in the heart of the city, not far away from all touristic attractions and the most important business districts, Four Seasons Seoul couldn’t be at any better place in the city.

Four Seasons Seoul Kioku

Kioku (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

The modern design of the 317 guest rooms and suites definitely makes each and every stay a special experience. Surely, guests can expect perfect service and amazing facilities as well!

Rooms at Four Seasons Seoul

Guests of Four Seasons Seoul may choose between ten different room types of which six are suites.

Four Seasons Seoul Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

The Deluxe Rooms with a size of 45 to 48 square meters (484 to 517 square feet), a spa-like marble bathroom with two windows and a bunch of modern equipment including a 55-inch flat screen television are the perfect choice for everyone who just wants to get a taste of Four Seasons!

Four Seasons Seoul Studio Suite

Studio Suite (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

Premier Rooms come with even better views, while the Corner Premier Rooms are also a little more spacious. Then there are also Club Rooms which are comparable to Deluxe Rooms, but are located on the highest floors and offer access to the stunning Club Lounge.

Four Seasons Seoul Ambassador One Bedroom Suite

Ambassador one Bedroom Suite (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

If even that’s not enough, guests of Four Seasons Seoul may also indulge in one of several ultra-large and luxurious suites!

Dining at Four Seasons Seoul

The location in the heart of the city center allows the newest luxury property in the city to offer a wide range of different restaurants for in-house and external guests.

Four Seasons Seoul Boccalino

Boccalino (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

The choice for hungry guests at Four Seasons Seoul includes four restaurants, two bars, a lounge and two “on the go” outlets. At “Kioko”, guests may enjoy Japanese cuisine, while “Boccalino” offers Italien delights.

Four Seasons Seoul Charles H.

Charles H. (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

If you like Chinese cuisine, you should definitely check out “Yu Yuan” and if you need even more choice, you definitely shouldn’t miss “Market Kitchen” where guests can enjoy a buffet with live cooking stations and a selection of dishes from all around the world!

Pool & Spa at Four Seasons Seoul

A Four Seasons property wouldn’t deserve its name if it didn’t offer amazing relaxation facilities.

Four Seasons Seoul Pool

Pool (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

At the new Four Seasons Seoul, guests got such a great choice that making a decision will be one of the biggest issues.

Four Seasons Seoul Gym

Gym (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

There’s not only a fully equipped gym with state-of-the-art machines, but also a large swimming pool which invites you to do some laps or just relax.

Four Seasons Seoul Spa

Spa (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

Not to forget about the Spa itself which offers a wide range of different treatments for an extra charge.

Four Seasons Seoul Sauna

Sauna (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

What’s free is the relaxation area which comes with saunas, steam baths and a wet area with Jacuzzi. Could it be any better than that?

Prices of Four Seasons Seoul

Seoul is generally a rather expensive city, especially for Asian standards. This also means that the new Four Seasons Seoul is anything but a cheap experience. Deluxe Rooms come with rates starting at 445.000 KRW (~ 345 Euro / 375 US-Dollar) per night excluding the 10 percent state tax and breakfast.

Four Seasons Seoul Yu Yuan

Yu Yuan (Image Source: Four Seasons Seoul / fourseasons.com)

Rates including breakfast are available starting from 515.000 KRW (~ 400 Euro / 430 US-Dollar) excluding the state tax. Staying at Four Seasons Seoul definitely is no cheap experience, but it may be totally worth it nevertheless!

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