Destination UK: Live like a Londoner at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

Upgrade your stay with a refined and relaxed residence.

If you’re after a home away from home, then Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square is the answer. Located in the heart of the City, it is within walking distance of the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and River Thames. Live the luxury Londoner lifestyle and book the residences, which come with everything you didn’t know you needed: a fully-equipped kitchen, dining table, brimming bookshelf and more. 

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square is perfect for business and pleasure. Located in the financial district, it is close to the Bank of England and the Stock Exchange. As soaring skyscrapers mingle with old cathedrals and pubs, the sights will be one of the many talking points of your stay. 

Dating back to 1922, the building was designed by Sir Edward Cooper, and was previously the Port of London Authority. During World War Two, the hotel’s rotunda roof was damaged by bombing. In 1946, the Un Ballroom hosted the inaugural reception for the United Nations General Assembly. If the walls could talk, we would listen.

Four Seasons Hotel London

Rooms and residences

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square boasts 100 rooms and 11 suites and residences. The rooms range from the Premier Room and Superior Room, and the suites range from the Four Seasons Heritage Suite to the Royal Garden Suite. Plus, the recent addition includes the Skyline Penthouse with four bedrooms. 

FACT checked into a Two Bedroom Hotel Residence. As a former Londoner, the sheer size was sensational, making it family-friendly and great for groups. Spanning up to 2,449 square feet, as we opened door after door, we got more and more excited. First, there was the big, black entrance door fit for a townhouse. The guest bathroom, utility room, two en suite bedrooms, and an open plan reception with a living room, dining room and kitchen. Don’t forget the kitchen doors, from the double fridge door to the three – yes, three! – oven doors. 

Four Seasons Hotel London Ten Trinity Square

The reception cuts a sleek and sophisticated design. Dark hues are punctuated by golden touches, patterned cushions and paintings. A tablet is on hand to set the scene, from the tunes to temperature, books by Paul Theroux to Peter Frankopan add personality, and the views whisper London.

Getting ready was fancy and fun, thanks to the bath with a TV, fluffy robes and walk-in-wardrobe. And the master bedroom’s neutral tones, soft furnishings and Codage amenities sent us to sweet, stylish dreams. 

Four Seasons Hotel London Ten Trinity Square

Restaurants and bars 

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square’s Rotunda Bar and Lounge is at the heart of the hotel. The dome is modelled on its neighbour, St Paul’s Cathedral. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it is an opulent setting with a piano, red carpets and staff in velvet coats. Breakfast is an elegant experience with classical music, and a brimming buffet with cold cuts, cheeses and Champagne. Dishes range from Shakshuka to Steak with Eggs. 

Rotunda Bar

London boasts 13 two MICHELIN Starred restaurants, and this hotel is home to one of them. Anne-Sophie Pic is the world’s most decorated female chef, and La Dame De Pic is a masterclass in a MICHELIN meal. We were wowed by the six-course Decouverte menu, which included Cornish Red Mullet, Scottish Crab, and Welsh Spring Lamb. Ask nicely, and you can applaud the chefs in the kitchen. If you want an encore, the restaurant recently opened at One&Only One Za’beel in Dubai.

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square is also home to Mei Ume, which combines Chinese and Japanese food. Plus, an in-room dining experience for residences, which is created by the MICHELIN-Starred team.  

La Dame de Pic London


Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square boasts world-class facilities. Tower Bridge Spa and Wellness is home to a hammam, fitness centre and pool, which can be privately booked for two hours. The massages include an Aromatherapy Massage, Hot Stone Massage and Swedish massage. Plus, the Ten Trini-Tea Day combines afternoon tea with a 60-minute massage.  

If you are in the residences, you have access to the private member’s club, Ten Trinity Square. It’s a superb spot for networking, meetings and events, and speakers include Cherie Blair, Ed Balls and Anthony Scaramucci.  

Four Seasons Hotel London Ten Trinity Square

During our stay, the service was polite and professional. The staff covered us with umbrellas from the rain to reception, cleaned our soaked suitcase and surprised us with sweet treats.

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square: welcome home. 

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