Reignwood Group and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Announce Plans for Luxury Hotel and Private Residences at Ten Trinity Square, London
Multinational investor and developer Reignwood Group and
Following a meticulous restoration by a team of experts commissioned by Reignwood, the former Port of London Authority building has been redeveloped as part of a vision to establish one of the most exclusive addresses in London. With 98 guestrooms and suites, the site of
"Reignwood Group is extremely proud to have acquired and to be restoring London's landmark Ten Trinity Square, demonstrating our long-term commitment to the UK. The revival of this building reflects our respect for British culture and history,” said Mr. Songhua Ni, President of Reignwood Investments UK Ltd. “Through our collaboration with
“We’re thrilled to be working with Reignwood Group on the transformation of this unique and exquisite London landmark,” said Allen Smith, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Set in a heritage property originally designed in 1922,
Ten Trinity Square, The Residences at Four Seasons will provide owners the uncompromised luxury and customized service they have come to expect from
The private members’ club at Ten Trinity Square, located in the original wood-paneled executive offices of the building, will offer members stylish and exclusive meeting rooms, a business centre, screening room, cigar lounge and access to the exclusive Château Latour room.
Ten Trinity Square lies within a thirty-minute drive of London City Airport, and is just twenty minutes from both the West End and London's second financial district of Canary Wharf.
About Reignwood Group
Founded in Thailand in 1984, Reignwood Group is a global Chinese enterprise with headquarters in Beijing and offices in Singapore, Thailand, Canada, the USA and UK. Under the Chairmanship of Dr Chanchai Ruayrungruang, the Group’s extensive financial resources and global network have created a strategic international platform that not only invests in a wide spectrum of industries, but gives back to society, improves the lives of local Chinese communities and assists in the protection of the environment.
History of Ten Trinity Square
Overlooking the Tower of London, with views across the River Thames and Tower Bridge, the Grade II* listed Ten Trinity Square was originally designed by noted architect Sir Edwin Cooper and opened in 1922 by Prime Minister David Lloyd George. Aside from its origins as the headquarters of the Port of London Authority, Ten Trinity Square also hosted the reception for the 1946 inaugural meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square