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Four Seasons receives highest recognition from Forbes Travel Guide
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has received the most Forbes Travel Guide Five-Stars awarded to a single hospitality brand for the seventh consecutive year.
Recipients in 2022 include 50 hotels and resorts, 14 spas and four restaurants across the Four Seasons global portfolio.
Four Seasons holds the most Michelin Stars of any single luxury hospitality brand.
“This incredible achievement is a testament to our teams worldwide — those driven by an unwavering dedication to genuine care and the creation of memorable moments that stay with our guests for a lifetime,” says Christian Clerc, president, Hotels and Resorts. “The demand for luxury experiences is stronger than ever, and we continue to enhance our portfolio and empower our people to reach even higher — always pushing the boundaries to create exceptional experiences for all who visit us.”
In 2022, five Four Seasons properties, two restaurants and one spa have been awarded their first Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star designation. Hotel recipients include Four Seasons Hotel Madrid and The Grand Suites at Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip, which both opened in 2020, as well as Four Seasons Hotel Amman, Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston and Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru. In the spa category, The Wellness Floor at Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston was also awarded their inaugural Five-Star designation.
In addition, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong has achieved a record-breaking 30 stars across the hotel, spa, and all four restaurants, with Sushi Saito and Tempura Uchitsu now joining the property’s existing collection of Five-Stars for 2022.