March 22. As part of a 60th anniversary celebration, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is looking to the future with a growing portfolio of luxury hotels, resorts and further expansion of its offerings in 2021 and beyond.
The Four Seasons brands are expanding with a mix of state-of-the-art new builds and historic restoration projects, including moves into new United States markets such as Napa Valley, New Orleans, Fort Lauderdale, Minneapolis and Nashville.
From an international perspective, the hotel giant is adding properties in Italy, Colombia and more. Last year, Four Seasons signed nine new hotel, resort and residential projects, tying a record for the most new deals in the company’s history.
“The impacts of the pandemic continue, and we are tackling these issues as they come,” Four Seasons CEO John Davison said. “Yet more than ever, we are confident in the long-term success of the company and the dedication and resilience of our people who bring the Four Seasons brand to life each and every day. Our focus on the guest experience is steadfast, as is our ability to embrace new opportunities and continue to evolve.”
Source: Travel Pulse