Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has opened a new hotel in Bengaluru, located in the Indian state of Karnataka.

Developed by Indian firm Embassy Group, the second Four Seasons in India is situated within the new destination Embassy ONE.

The facility features interiors by Yabu Pushelberg, and a curated collection of paintings, prints and sculptures by over 25 contemporary Indian artists throughout the hotel.

The hotel features 191 rooms and 39 suites are light filled, with crisp lines and details designed for today’s luxury traveller.

It also houses the Garden Suites with a living and dining area opening onto a private terrace separated from the luxurious bedroom, generous bathroom and double closets.

The Embassy ONE is set amid 5.6 acres of landscaped gardens and water features including a 100 foot outdoor pool.

Embassy Group chairman & managing director Jitu Virwani said: “It is very fulfilling to see Four Seasons open its doors to the city of Bangalore. What started off as a vision of excellence in service and hospitality is now a reality. The many synergies in our culture, service offerings, and vision between Four Seasons and the Embassy Group have brought us together to create this iconic asset.

“We are positive that the extraordinary experiences that Four Seasons offers will continue to build loyalty among customers, making it their first choice of luxury hospitality in Bangalore.”

Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts has also opened a new hotel in One Dalton Street, Boston, US.

The 61-storey skyscraper was designed by Harry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners in partnership with Gary Johnson of Cambridge 7 Associates.

It features a full-floor spa and wellness centre including a stunning indoor pool, light-filled event spaces.