Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane will reopen its doors on 17 May and unveil new experiences for its guests to celebrate summer in the city.
The UK Government is set to further relax England’s national lockdown rules from that date, allowing the return of indoor socialising and dining, as well as other forms of events and entertainment.
The five-star luxury hotel has refurbished the suites and rooms with terrace spaces to suit the preferences of the modern traveller.
The hotel is offering special stay offers, terrace dining menus and cocktails, new spa packages, fitness memberships and many more.
Guests can enjoy outdoor dining at the newly redesigned ‘On The Terrace.’ Some of the culinary delights are speciality pairing menus and exclusive champagne by the glass curated in partnership with Dom Perignon.
A new On The Terrace menu offers seasonal dishes “From The Grill” by executive chef Henry Brosi.
Additionally, guests can enjoy a new cocktail menu created by Bar Manager Ivan Arena.
Starting from June, On The Terrace will unveil weekly special British vendor ‘Friday Favourites’ and creative ice cream sandwiches ‘Summer Saturdays’ on the weekends.
Furthermore, the hotel’s spa will reopen with new health and wellness experiences, the City Detox. It is offered in partnership with British brand The Organic Pharmacy.
Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane regional vice-president and general manager Lynn Brutman said: “We are delighted to be reopening our doors to welcome guests back for exciting dining experiences, personalised wellness at The Spa, overnight stays and much more curated by our wonderful team here at Park Lane.
“London has long been a popular destination for both international guests and UK residents, and now more than ever we will be working closely with our neighbours to collaborate and highlight all the amazing things there are to see and do in the city.”