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Four Seasons Hotels Limited
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
Company typePrivate
Founded21 March 1961; 63 years ago (1961-03-21)
FounderIsadore Sharp
Toronto, Ontario
Number of locations
129 properties in 44 countries
Key people
Isadore Sharp (Chairman)
Alejandro Reynal (CEO)
RevenueIncrease US$4.3 billion (2015)[1]
OwnerCascade Investment
Kingdom Holding Company
Triples Holding
Number of employees
45,000 (2018)[2]

Four Seasons Hotels Limited, trading as Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, is a Canadian luxury hotel and resort company[3] headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[4] Four Seasons currently operates more than 100 hotels and resorts worldwide.[5] Since 2007, Bill Gates (through Cascade Investment) and Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal (through Kingdom Holding Company) have been majority owners of the company.[6] As of January 2022, Cascade Investment owns 71.25% and Kingdom Holding Company owns 23.75% of the hotel and resort company.[7]


Four Seasons Place together with a 6-storey atrium mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Four Seasons Hotel and Residences in Yorkville, Toronto
Interior of the Four Seasons Hotel and Resort in Macau
Four Seasons Hotel and Tower in Miami, Florida

Canadian businessman Isadore Sharp founded Four Seasons in 1960. While a young architect working for his father, Sharp designed a motel for a family friend; its success motivated him to try creating his own hotel. He bought a large parcel of land in a run-down area of Toronto and planned a stopover for business travelers; the Four Seasons Motor Hotel opened in 1961 with initial investors, Murray Koffler, Fred Eisen, and Eddie Creed.[8]

Four Seasons built more hotels, including the 1963 Inn on the Park, a $4 million two-story resort hotel in suburban Toronto that housed Canada's first discothèque.[9][10]

Upscale luxury became part of the brand when the company expanded to London. When a developer approached Four Seasons about building a hotel in London, Sharp planned it to compete with the city's old-world, elite hotels, such as Claridge's and The Connaught.[4] The Inn on the Park hotel in London opened in 1970.[5]

The lead consultant was the architecture firm Aedas.[11]

In 1974, cost overruns at the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver nearly led the company into bankruptcy. As a result, the company began shifting to its current, management-only business model, eliminating costs associated with buying land and buildings. The company went public in 1986.[5] In the 1990s, Four Seasons and Ritz-Carlton began direct competition, with Ritz-Carlton emphasizing a uniform look while Four Seasons emphasized local architecture and styles with uniform service; in the end Four Seasons gained market share.[5]

Built in 1986,[12][13] Four Seasons Hotel Austin is a nine-story hotel on 2.3 acres (0.93 ha) of land on the Lady Bird Lake's north shore.[14] In 1997, Four Seasons Hotel Austin became the first hotel to have "a high-speed wireless Internet network" after Wayport, Inc. set it up there for testing wireless Internet networks.[15] The hotel hosted Queen Elizabeth II in 1991 when she visited Texas.[16] It was acquired by Anbang Insurance Group from the Blackstone Group for $359.7 million in 2016.[14]

In 1992, Four Seasons acquired Regent Hotels & Resorts.[17] Most Regent hotels that were in the pipeline at the time, such as the ones in Bali and Istanbul, were opened as a Four Seasons, while the existing portfolio, such as the Beverly Wilshire, were allowed to temporarily retain the Regent brand until they have achieved the criteria to become a Four Seasons.[18] Carlson acquired the rights to develop new hotels under the Regent brand in 1998, and by the mid-2000s, most of the older Regent properties have rebranded into Four Seasons, with the notable exception of Regent Singapore. In the wake of Regent's purchase by IHG Hotels & Resorts in 2018, Four Seasons announced that it would cease its management of Regent Singapore, therefore ending the company's 26-year-long association with the name.[19]

Economic downturns in the early and mid-2000s affected the company. When the September 11 attacks caused the collapse of the travel industry, Four Seasons refused to cut room prices in order to preserve the perceived value of the brand, which caused tension with property owners who were losing money.[5] The company recovered, and in 2007 it agreed to a buyout by Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal of Saudi Arabia for $3.8 billion.[20] The pair own 95 percent of the company, in equal shares, and Sharp owns the rest.[5]

Challenges returned again during the financial crisis of 2007–2010. The company made the first corporate layoffs in its history, cutting 10% of its Toronto workforce.[5] In April 2010, after a year-long dispute with Broadreach Capital Partners and Maritz, Wolff & Co., owners of the Aviara resort near San Diego, an arbitration panel ruled that, while both parties contributed to the demise of the business relationship, Four Seasons had not violated its management agreement. The arbitrators ordered Broadreach to pay Four Seasons to terminate the contract."[21] The resort is no longer a Four Seasons.

Four Seasons has continued to add more hotels and resorts to its portfolio, notably in China. It opened a new hotel in Hangzhou in 2010 and Guangzhou, Beijing, and a second property in Shanghai in 2012. In India, it has two hotels one in Mumbai and other one in Bangalore.[22] In 2013, it opened its first hotel in Russia in the Lobanov-Rostovsky Palace in St. Petersburg, and later opened a second hotel in Moscow. In Indonesia, it has one hotel in Jakarta and another two in Bali. In October 2012, Four Seasons opened a new 259 room Toronto hotel in Yorkville, designed by internationally known design firm Yabu Pushelberg. The hotel includes an upscale restaurant led by celebrity chef Daniel Boulud. It was hailed by The Globe and Mail as "the renewal of an iconic Canadian brand in its hometown".[23] The penthouse was bought by entrepreneur Robert Österlund (founder of Xacti, LLC and Inbox.com) for a Canadian record price of over $28 million.[24]

In 2009, founder Sharp wrote a memoir titled Four Seasons: The Story of Business Philosophy. It contained a historical chronicle of the hotels since its inception.[25]

In September 2021, Cascade announced it will increase its existing 47.5% stake to 71.25% by purchasing, for $2.21 billion in cash, half of the existing 47.5% stake owned by the Saudi Kingdom Holding Company (KHC).[26]

Business model


Four Seasons does not own any of its properties;[27] it operates them on behalf of real estate owners and developers. For example, its New York Downtown hotel/residence is owned by Silverstein Properties, and its Las Vegas hotel is part of the Mandalay Bay complex. The contracts between Four Seasons and property owners typically permit the company to participate in the design of the property and run it with nearly total control over every aspect of the operation.[5]

Four Seasons generally earns three percent of the gross income and about five percent of profits from the properties it operates. Property owners are required to additionally contribute money for marketing, chain-wide sales, reservations systems and renovations. Four Seasons hotels have larger staffs than competing chains, and the company maintains separate reserve accounts for each hotel to cover upkeep costs. Profit margins are relatively low, but the brand attracts developers through the hotels' reputation as solid assets for loan collateral or resale.[5]

Residential rentals


Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts began offering vacation rentals in June 2014. Titled Residential Rentals, the properties are available in: North America (Costa Rica, Houston, Jackson Hole, Nevis, Punta Mita, San Diego, Whistler, Vail). Africa (Marrakech, Mauritius, Seychelles, Sharm El Sheikh), Europe (Cap-Ferrat) and Asia (Bali at Jimbaran Bay, Jakarta, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui, Bangkok). The first stand alone Four Seasons Private Residences opened in London at 20 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair in July 2019. It will be the third Four Seasons venue in London.[28]

Residential Rentals provide the same services as Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts in a residential setting. Customers are mainly multi-generational vacationers and small group travellers.[29]



North America and the Caribbean


Four Seasons has a total of 53 hotels in North America and the Caribbean:

No. Name Location Country Opening Year Ref(s)
1 Beverly Wilshire, a Four Seasons Hotel Beverly Hills United States
2 Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale United States
3 Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club Surfside United States
4 Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta Atlanta United States
5 Four Seasons Hotel Austin Austin United States
6 Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore Baltimore United States
7 Four Seasons Hotel Boston Boston United States
8 Four Seasons Hotel Chicago Chicago United States
9 Four Seasons Hotel Denver Denver United States
10 Four Seasons Hotel Houston Houston United States
11 Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas Las Vegas United States
12 Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills Los Angeles United States
13 Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City Mexico City Mexico
14 Four Seasons Hotel Miami Miami United States
15 Four Seasons Hotel Minneapolis Minneapolis United States
16 Four Seasons Hotel Montreal Montreal Canada
17 Four Seasons Hotel Nashville Nashville United States
18 Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans New Orleans United States
19 Four Seasons Hotel New York New York City United States
20 Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown New York City United States
21 Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston Boston United States
22 Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center Philadelphia United States
23 Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco San Francisco United States
24 Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco at Embarcadero San Francisco United States
25 Four Seasons Hotel Seattle Seattle United States
26 Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley at East Palo Alto East Palo Alto United States
27 Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis St. Louis United States
28 Four Seasons Hotel Toronto Toronto Canada
29 Four Seasons Hotel Washington, D.C. Washington, DC United States
30 Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village Westlake Village United States
31 Four Seasons Residence Club San Diego, Aviara Carlsbad United States
32 Four Seasons Resort and Residences Anguilla Anguilla United Kingdom
33 Four Seasons Resort and Residences Cabo San Lucas at Cabo del Sol Cabo San Lucas Mexico
34 Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole Jackson Hole United States
35 Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley Calistoga United States
36 Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail Vail United States
37 Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler Whistler Canada
38 Four Seasons Resort Hualālai Hualālai United States
39 Four Seasons Resort Lanai Lānaʻi United States
40 Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas Los Cabos Mexico
41 Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea Wailea United States
42 Four Seasons Resort Nevis Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis
43 Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina Ko Olina United States
44 Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort Orlando United States
45 Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach Palm Beach United States
46 Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita Punta Mita Mexico
47 Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe United States
48 Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North Scottsdale United States
49 Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo Mexico Jalisco Mexico
50 Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara Santa Barbara United States
51 Naviva®, a Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita Mexico
52 Sensei Lanai, a Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi United States
53 The Ocean Club, a Four Seasons Resort Nassau The Bahamas

Central and South America


Four Seasons has a total of 4 hotels in Central and South America.[84]

No. Name Location Country Opening Year Ref(s)
1 Four Seasons Hotel Bogotá Bogotá Colombia
2 Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires Buenos Aires Argentina
3 Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogotá Bogotá Colombia
4 Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo Papagayo Peninsula Costa Rica



Four Seasons has a total of 19 hotels in Europe.[89]

No. Name Location Country Opening Year Ref(s)
1 Four Seasons Astir Palace Hotel Athens Athens Greece
2 Four Seasons Hotel Baku Baku Azerbaijan
3 Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva Geneva Switzerland
4 Four Seasons Hotel Firenze Florence Italy
5 Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris Paris France
6 Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest Budapest Hungary
7 Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire Hampshire United Kingdom
8 Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at Sultanahmet Istanbul Turkey
9 Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus Istanbul Turkey
10 Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane London United Kingdom
11 Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square London United Kingdom
12 Four Seasons Hotel Madrid Madrid Spain
13 Four Seasons Hotel Megève Megève France
14 Four Seasons Hotel Milano Milan Italy
15 Four Seasons Hotel Prague Prague Czech Republic
16 Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon Lisbon Portugal
17 Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, a Four Seasons Hotel French Riviera France
18 Les Chalets du Mont d'Arbois, Megève, a Four Seasons Hotel Megève France
19 San Domenico Palace, Taormina, a Four Seasons Hotel Taormina Italy

Middle East and Africa


Four Seasons has a total of 22 hotels in the Middle East and Africa.[89]

No. Name Location Country Opening Year Ref(s)
1 Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates
2 Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano Alexandria Egypt
3 Four Seasons Hotel Amman Amman Jordan
4 Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay Manama Bahrain
5 Four Seasons Hotel Beirut Beirut Lebanon
6 Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza Cairo Egypt
7 Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at the First Residence Cairo Egypt
8 Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca Casablanca Morocco
9 Four Seasons Hotel Doha Doha Qatar
10 Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Financial Centre Dubai United Arab Emirates
11 Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait at Burj Alshaya Kuwait City Kuwait
12 Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre Riyadh Saudi Arabia
13 Four Seasons Hotel the Westcliff Johannesburg Johannesburg South Africa
14 Four Seasons Hotel Tunis Tunis Tunisia
15 Four Seasons Resort and Residences at The Pearl-Qatar Doha Qatar
16 Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach Dubai United Arab Emirates
17 Four Seasons Resort Marrakech Marrakesh Morocco
18 Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita Flacq Mauritius
19 Four Seasons Resort Seychelles Mahé Seychelles
20 Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island Desroches Island Seychelles
21 Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh Sharm El Sheikh Egypt
22 Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti Serengeti National Park Tanzania

Asia and Pacific


Four Seasons has a total of 32 hotels in Asia and the Pacific region.[131]

No. Name Location Country Opening Year Ref(s)
1 Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River Bangkok Thailand
2 Four Seasons Hotel Beijing Beijing China
3 Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy One Bangalore India
4 Four Seasons Hotel Dalian Dalian China
5 Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou Guangzhou China
6 Four Seasons Hotel Hangzhou at West Lake Hangzhou China
7 Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong
8 Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta Jakarta Indonesia
9 Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
10 Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto Kyoto Japan
11 Four Seasons Hotel Macao at Cotai Strip Macau China
12 Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai Mumbai India
13 Four Seasons Hotel Seoul Seoul South Korea
14 Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen Shenzhen China
15 Four Seasons Hotel Singapore Singapore Singapore
16 Four Seasons Hotel Suzhou Suzhou China
17 Four Seasons Hotel Sydney Sydney Australia
18 Four Seasons Hotel Tianjin Tianjin China
19 Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi Tokyo Japan
20 Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi Tokyo Japan
21 Four Seasons Private Island Voavah at Baa Atoll Baa Atoll Maldives
22 Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay Bali Indonesia
23 Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan Bali Indonesia
24 Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora Bora Bora France
25 Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai Chiang Mai Thailand
26 Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui Ko Samui Thailand
27 Four Seasons Resort Langkawi Langkawi Malaysia
28 Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa Kaafu Atoll Maldives
29 Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru Baa Atoll Maldives
30 Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An Hội An Vietnam
31 Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle Golden Triangle Thailand
32 The Grand Suites at Four Seasons Macau China

Former properties

  • Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok, Thailand: Opened in 1978 as The Peninsula Bangkok, it became Regent Bangkok in 1982, with Four Seasons retaining that name after it bought Regent from 1992 to 2003.[165] Four Seasons ended its management contract in 2015, and the hotel was rebranded under owner Minor Hotels' Anantara brand.[166]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Berlin, Germany: Opened in 1996, management terminated in 2004. It was subsequently rebranded Regent Berlin.[167]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Damascus, Syria: Opened in 2005 and financed by Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal (who is a joint stakeholder at the company) and Syrian businessman Samer Foz. The hotel remained affiliated with the hotel chain years after the start of the Syrian Civil War, which saw Canada severing ties with Syria, until 2019, when the United States put sanctions on Foz for his ties with Bashar Al-Assad. The hotel continues to call itself Four Seasons, despite no longer being associated with it.[168]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Dublin, Ireland: Opened in 2001, management terminated in 2014. It was rebranded as an InterContinental effective on 1 January 2015.[169]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta, Indonesia: Opened in 1995 as Regent Jakarta, a Four Seasons Hotel, the hotel was rebranded a proper Four Seasons in 2004. The hotel was closed in 2014, initially for renovations that were expected to be completed by 2018.[170] However, it never reopened as a Four Seasons again. Management of the hotel was eventually assumed by Marriott International, which rebranded it as The St. Regis Jakarta in 2022.[171] The name "Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta" now refers to another hotel that the chain opened in 2016.
  • Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Opened in 2013 in a renovated palace that dates back to 1820. It left the chain in 2022, following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, though it continues to call itself Four Seasons.[172]
  • Four Seasons Hotel London at Canary Wharf, United Kingdom: Opened in 1999, left the chain in 2016. It is currently known as the Canary Riverside Plaza.[173]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Moscow, Russia: Opened in 2014 on top of a demolished hotel called Hotel Moskva, which operated from 1935 to 2004. Like its counterpart in Saint Petersburg, it left the chain following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but continues to call itself Four Seasons.[172]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia, United States: Opened in 1983, management terminated in 2015.[174] Hilton Worldwide eventually took over the management; it is currently known as The Logan, a Curio Collection by Hilton.
  • Four Seasons Hotel Sao Paulo, Brazil: Opened in 2018, management terminated in 2020. Marriott International assumed partnership with the hotel in 2022 and rebranded it as JW Marriott Sao Paulo.[175]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai, China: Opened in 2002 as the first Four Seasons hotel in China. In 2020, the company announced that the hotel would be closed for renovations, which commenced in June 2022.[176] The hotel was delisted from the Four Seasons website afterwards, and Hyatt announced that it will reopen the hotel as an Alila in 2024.[177]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai Pudong, China: Opened in 2012. Management was taken over by IHG Hotels & Resorts in 2020, which rebranded it Regent Shanghai Pudong.[178]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so, Japan: Opened in 1992. It was the first Four Seasons Hotel to open in Asia and Pacific region, but it left the chain in 2012. It is currently known as Hotel Chinzan-so Tokyo.
  • Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, Canada: Opened in 1978 as a rebranding of the former Hyatt Regency Toronto, which had opened six years prior. The hotel closed in 2012, in conjunction with the opening of a new Four Seasons property in Toronto nearby, and was converted to a condominium.[179]
  • Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, Canada: Opened in 1976, it was one of the few Four Seasons hotel directly owned by the chain, as opposed to being operated on behalf of a third-party. After 44 years in service, the hotel closed in 2020 following a legal dispute with its landowners.[180]
  • Four Seasons Resort Dallas at Las Colinas, United States: Opened in 1986 by the USAA, management was terminated in 2022. Marriott International subsequently assumed control, branding it as a Ritz-Carlton in 2024.[181]
  • Four Seasons Resort Great Exuma at Emerald Bay, the Bahamas: Opened in 2003 as part of the Great Exuma's Emerald Bay resort development, management was terminated in 2009. Several months later, it reopened as Sandals Emerald Bay.[182]
  • Inn on the Park, Toronto, Canada: Opened in 1963 as the company's first luxury hotel, a prototype to the Four Seasons brand. It suffered a decline in the 1980s, ultimately leaving the chain in 1996 and being converted to a Holiday Inn. The hotel closed in 2005 and has since been demolished.[9]
  • Regent Singapore, a Four Seasons Hotel: Opened in 1988 as the Pavilion Inter-Continental Singapore, converted to Regent and taken over by Four Seasons from 1992 to 2018, making it the last Regent property under Four Seasons to retain its name.[19] The hotel is currently managed by Hilton Worldwide as Conrad Singapore Orchard.[183]
  • The Ritz-Carlton Chicago, a Four Seasons Hotel, United States: Opened in 1975, the hotel joined the Four Seasons chain in 1977. Despite its name, it was not originally affiliated with The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company (which did not exist at the time; the name "Ritz-Carlton" was carried under a license). It left the chain in 2013 before joining Marriott International in 2015, under which it began operating as a proper Ritz-Carlton.[184]



In September 2022, the Four Seasons announced it was launching Four Seasons Yachts, with its first super yacht scheduled to hit the high seas in 2025.[185] In June 2023, the company confirmed plans for a second ship due for delivery in 2026.[186]

In 2003, Four Seasons Explorer, a luxury three-deck catamaran with 11 rooms, began to sail in the Maldives. Visitors from the Maldives' two Four Seasons resorts, Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru, could either book rooms or charter the entire ship for trips that lasted from three to seven days.[187] After two decades, the ship left the Maldives in 2023 for Palau, where Four Seasons began offering tours at the end of that year.[188]

Critical reception

The resort island of Landaa Giraavaru in the Maldives

Travel + Leisure magazine and Zagat Survey rank the hotel chain's properties among the top luxury hotels worldwide.[189][190] Readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine have voted Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle in Chiang Rai, Thailand as among the top ten hotels in the world for three consecutive years.[191] The company has been named one of the "100 Best Companies to Work For" by Fortune every year since the survey's inception in 1998, ranking No. 47 in 2015,[192] and is lauded for having one of the lowest employee turnover rates in the hospitality industry.[192][193]

In recent years, restaurants at Four Seasons hotels and resorts have been recognized by Zagat and Michelin. The latter has awarded a total of 29 stars to 20 of the company's restaurants, including Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong (three restaurants), Paris (three restaurants), Beijing (two restaurants) and Florence.[194]

See also



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  2. ^ Opened as Inn on the Park London.
  3. ^ Managed under the name Regent Sydney, a Four Seasons Hotel from 1992 to 2002.[148]
  4. ^ Managed under the name Regent Chiang Mai, a Four Seasons Resort from 1995 to 2003.[18]


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