Four Seasons Hotel Seoul is currently under construction and projected to open in May 2015. The announcement is made in partnership with Mirae Asset Global Investments, the market leader in real estate investment in Korea.
Four Seasons Hotel Seoul will open in a prime location in the Central Business District of Seoul, where major financial institutions, government offices, shopping venues, and historic sites are located. It is expected to become a landmark in Seoul for both domestic and foreign travellers.
The new Hotel will include a 25-story building with seven levels of underground floors in a 4,117 square metre (44,315 square foot) site in the centrally located Sejongro Square. Four Seasons Hotel Seoul will offer 317 luxury guest rooms, top quality restaurants, glamorous meeting rooms, and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. Internationally renowned interior designers including LTW, AvroKO and AFSO are finalizing designs, and local architect Heerim, local interior designers Kesson, and general contractor Daelim Industrial will bring their local expertise to the project. Guest rooms will target international executives travelling to Korea, and food and beverage outlets will target mainly business demand from domestic and international firms in Korea.
Four Seasons is recognized as the world’s leading luxury hospitality brand, noted for its continual innovation, remarkable properties and a single-minded dedication to the highest of standards.
“As the first top-tier luxury branded hotel in Korea, the superior product and services of Four Seasons will elevate the hospitality market in Korea and attract a new segment of global luxury travellers,” says Mr. Sang-Kee Jeong, Vice Chairman of Mirae Asset Global Investments. “We anticipate that the introduction of Four Seasons will be a catalyst for the Korean luxury market. Mirae Asset Financial Group is pioneering investment in hospitality as part of its commercial real estate portfolio, and partnership with this prestigious international brand will reap rewards for everyone, including the city of Seoul and Korea.”