The Grand Suites at Four Seasons Earns Very First Five Star Hotel Award by Forbes Travel Guide 2022
Four Seasons Hotel Macao elevates to triple Five Stars
Forbes Travel Guide, the only global rating system for luxury hotels, restaurants and spas, today announced its 2022 Star Awards. The Grand Suites at Four Seasons has been awarded its first Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star designation within a year since it opened, together with Four Seasons Hotel Macao and The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Macao, the property earns fifteen Stars in 2022. Within the Four Seasons global portfolio, The Grand Suites and the Hotel are part of 50 Four Seasons properties to have achieved the Five Star Hotel Awards, while The Spa is one of 14 Four Seasons spas with the Five Star Spa Award.
Vikram Reddy, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Macao, says on receiving the prestigious recognition, “Even though there were challenges and uncertainties in the past year, our dedication and focus in creating high quality experiences through our property have never been stronger. Our employees who demonstrate graciousness and thoughtfulness, consistently create personalised service to make every stay a memorable one.”
Grant Chum, Chief Operating Officer of Sands China Ltd., owner and developer of Four Seasons Hotel Macao, says: “We are incredibly honoured to receive Five Star rating from Forbes Travel Guide for The Grand Suites at Four Seasons so soon after its opening, along with Four Seasons Hotel Macao and its superb Spa. The Grand Suites at Four Seasons is a true testament to Sands China’s Design Excellence strategy, and has elevated the resort experience in Macau, attracting luxury lifestyle connoisseurs and family travellers seeking maximum comfort and relaxation. This recognition also demonstrates our commitment to boosting Macao’s tourism diversification and supporting the city’s development into a world centre of tourism and leisure.”
The Grand Suites at Four Seasons, the all-suite tower of Four Seasons Hotel Macao, is recognised as a Forbes Five-Star Hotel for the first time. Bringing guests a new generation of bespoke service, privacy and luxury accommodation, The Grand Suites offers five suite categories, each equipped with a walk-in kitchenette that features home appliances. A private fitness room, spa treatment room, sauna room are all part of the “hotel as home” suite experience. A dining space reserved exclusively for guests of The Grand Suite, the elegant Vista 38, is where guests can experience superb Sichuan dishes crafted by Chinese master chef Lan Minglu while enjoying spectacular views of Cotai Strip.
Guests at The Grand Suites can expect myriad bespoke in-suite services. An inherited tradition of the Chinese quintessence, guests are greeted by elegant tea ritual upon entering their suite. A collection of six luxury bath rituals has been created to provide guests with the utmost relaxation during their stay. As every suite features a versatile kitchenette, the Michelin-starred Zi Yat Heen culinary team is ready to create a lavish meal in the suite. For guests opting to prepare a feast themselves, Four Seasons also provides a stock-up the fridge service, where the desired groceries and ingredients will be ready in advance.
Four Seasons Hotel Macao is an urban oasis where star-rated feasts are met with enchanting experiences distinctive to the locality. Relish a relaxing stay at our beautifully appointed guest rooms, overlooking the ever-lively Cotai Strip, and indulge in sumptuous dining of contemporary Cantonese flair at the award-winning restaurant Zi Yat Heen. Manifold opportunities for relaxation include a lagoon-style swimming pool complimented with four additional pools, a decadent spa, and luxury retail, with impeccable service to attend to every need, all available under one roof.
To complement the exquisite stay, The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Macao features personalised treatments and distinctive therapies for each guest, recommending skincare products from organic to result-driven, focusing on healing the body and mind to complete wellbeing.
“Travel has come back strongly, and the resilient hospitality industry is creatively rallying to accommodate the increased occupancy demand for most regions,” says Hermann Elger, CEO of Forbes Travel Guide. “While the industry faces some lingering issues, the 2022 award winners proved ready for those challenges and more, demonstrating the best that luxury hospitality has to offer.”