Four Reasons Why We Are Looking Forward To Four Seasons

Four Seasons is set to open in May in Bengaluru. Open for reservations, here are reasons why we can't wait for the luxury property to open
A luxurious room at Four Seasons Bengaluru
A luxurious room at Four Seasons Bengaluru

Four Seasons is set to open the Bengaluru property next month, or that's what the grapevine tells us. The epitome of modern luxury stands at the new Embassy One development in the IT capital of the country. With classic amenities and luxurious hospitality on offer, we can't wait for the hotel to open. Here are four reasons why you reserve your stay right now

Location, Location

Just half an hour away from the airport, to reach Four Seasons, you need to be stuck in traffic for ages (which is the case for many travellers). Just head out of the airport and zoom to the hotel for a relaxing break. 

Food Story

There are too many dining options. The Cur8 restaurant, set on an open green terrace, will treat you to gourmet pizzas and Italian delicacies. Far & East, the Asian brasserie promises pan-Asian delights on the 21st floor. Copitas, the destination bar, will make you swawy with artisanal cocktails while The Collection, a lobby bar, will let you sample finely curated whiskies from around the world.


Infuse Spa is the place to be after a long, long day. Offering a wide range of natural remedies, modern relaxation techniques, healing massages and salon services, you wouldn't want to step out after being pampered. And if the spa isn't your cup of tea, well, there is always the inviting pool on a hot summer day.

Say I Do 

India is a huge market for wedding. Four Seasons is a natural choice for a wedding because a) location b) services and c) the hotel itself. A lush green butterfly garden or the ribbon lawn, decorated lounges and the grand staircase, and an extravagant ballroom will make you want to host not just weddings, but any private event at the hotel. 

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