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Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

  • 10 Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4AJ, England

    January 2017

    Marie-Laure Fleury
Property Features

Total Accommodations: 110

  • Guest Rooms: 89
  • Suites: 11
  • Residences: 34
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Architects and Designers:

  • Architect (original 1922 building): Edwin Cooper
  • Architect (current transformation): Aukett Swanke
  • Designer (hotel and French restaurant): 4BI & Associates
  • Designer (Asian restaurant): AB Concept
  • Designer (spa): Joseph Caspari
  • Designer (Residences): Linley, Richmond International, Martin Kemp and Fox Linton 

Design Aesthetic:

  • Grade II*-listed heritage building, meticulously restored and transformed into a Four Seasons hotel


  • Within the City of London, near the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and St. Paul’s Cathedral, as well as numerous corporate headquarters, just 20 minutes from London City Airport
Spa and Wellness

The Spa

Number of Treatment Rooms: 8, including a Couple’s Suite and Hammam

Product Lines: Dr Burgener, marocMaroc

Special Features:

  • Nail salon
  • Vitality pool, steam and sauna

Spa Director: Verity Marsh

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Fitness Centre

Total Space: 165 sq. m. / 1,776 sq. ft.


  • 14 m. / 46 ft.  indoor pool

Restaurant: La Dame de Pic London (2 Michelin stars)

  • Cuisine: French Michelin starred cuisine by Chef Anne-Sophie Pic
  • Indoor Seating: 65 in restaurant plus 12 in private dining room
  • Chef de Cuisine: Evens Lopez
  • Restaurant General Manager: Jessa Jastrzemski


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Restaurant: Mei Ume

  • Cuisine: Chinese and Japanese, based around the concept of shared dining with great emphasis on quality ingredients
  • Indoor Seating: 60 in restaurant plus 13 in private dining room
  • Chef de Cuisine: Peter Ho
  • Restaurant General Manager: Annie Hu-Thornton

Lounge: Rotunda Bar and Lounge

  • Cuisine: All day dining, afternoon tea, creative cocktails
  • Indoor Seating: 80-90
Leisure and Recreation

Off-Site Activities:

  • Historic sites and landmarks including the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
  • River Thames cruises
  • Major art institutions and museums including Tate Modern and Tate Britain, as well as numerous small galleries and unusual museums Designer shopping at Royal Exchange, plus several of London’s best food
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Meetings and Social Events

Total Event Space: 595 sq. m. / 6,403 sq. ft


  • Meet and Feed: 100
  • Banquet: 150
  • Reception: 200
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UN Ballroom: 203 sq. m. / 2,185 sq. ft.

Special Features:

  • Rich wood panelling, chandeliers and restored architectural details
  • Site of the first reception of the United Nations General Assembly in 1946

Merchants Hall: 138 sq. m. / 1,485 sq. ft

Special Features:

  • Circular room with domed ceiling

Additional meeting rooms and event spaces:

  • The Gallery: 72 sq. m. / 775 sq. ft.
  • Serica (divisible): 36 sq.m. / 387 sq. ft.
  • Ariel: 25 sq. m. / 269 sq. ft.
  • Challenger: 25 sq. m. / 269 sq. ft.

Private dining rooms in La Dame de Pic and Mei Ume