Once the headquarters of the Port of London Authority, Four Seasons London at Ten Trinity Square is one of London’s most desirable addresses, steps away from the River Thames with breathtaking views of Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. Nestled in the heart of the city, this historic Grade II listed building was originally designed by renowned architect Sir Edwin Cooper, built in the Beaux-Arts style which was fashionable for civic buildings in the Edwardian era.

The Room

We stayed in one of their spacious three-bedroom Residences complete with an open plan living area, dining area, and a fully-equipped kitchen fitted with Gaggenau appliances. Each bedroom has their own ensuite bathroom; we slept in the largest bedroom which had a comfortable king-sized bed, walk-in wardrobe, and full marble bathroom which double sinks, rain shower, and bathtub. Complimentary teas and coffees were provided alongside bottles of fresh milk, as well as still and sparkling water. On the table laid a welcome card and The Crown cake, inspired by St Edward’s Crown, the Crown Jewel’s centerpiece of the United Kingdom.

Charlotte was provided with a dogbed, dog bowls and some snacks. They also offer a Trinity dog’s menu which had a selection of wholesome dishes to choose from – she enjoyed the British beef steak with steamed seasonal vegetables and happily drifted off into a long nap after whilst we headed down for dinner at Mei Ume.

The Food

We had dinner at Mei Ume which offers a Chinese and Japanese fine dining experience, led by Chef de Cuisine, Peter Ho, who hails from Singapore, and is no stranger to the rich diversity of Asian cuisine. Drawing on influences from his hometown, as well as Hong Kong and mainland China, he brings his innovative approach to elevating traditional dishes and flavours with a modern twist. We were offered their tasting menu which featured some of their signature and most popular dishes on the menu. Some highlights from the menu included the yellowtail carpiccio with truffle ponzu dressing, dim sum platter, double boiled tofu soup with crab meat and chicken consommé, peking duck, and grilled US prime ribs with wild honey kotteri sauce.

We were also fortunate to be able to experience a beautiful one-off performance by authentic Miko dancers to celebrate the end of Hanami season that evening.

The Spa

We briefly popped down to unwind in their luxury underground spa, a lavish wellness retreat which offers a range of extensive facilities, complete with a state-of-the-art equipped fitness centre, indoor lap pool, vitality pool, steam and sauna rooms. For those looking for an indulgent rejuvenation, The Spa offers an extensive range of luxurious body treatments, facials, manicure and pedicures, and a special Hammam suite.

A word of thanks to Four Seasons London at Ten Trinity Square for hosting us over the weekend – we look forward to returning soon.

  • My experience at Four Seasons London at Ten Trinity Square was complimentary – views and photos are my own.


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