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Four Seasons Hotel, Bengaluru, brings a new-level of style and service to India’s high-tech capital

The second Four Seasons in India is located within the new landmark destination Embassy One, encompassing the 230-room Four Seasons Hotel, Bengaluru, 105 Four Seasons Private Residences and commercial and luxury retail space. A lush landscaped haven of relaxed luxury in a booming city, the all-new Four Seasons Hotel, Bengaluru at Embassy One is now open.

 “We are delighted to welcome our first guests, and particularly excited to showcase the modern city of Bengaluru to our visitors,” says General Manager Fredrik Blomqvist, who oversees a hand-picked team of nearly 250 deeply dedicated employees. 
Developed by India’s leading developer Embassy Group, Four Seasons Hotel, Bengaluru at Embassy One brims with modern sophistication featuring interiors by Yabu Pushelberg, beautifully complemented by a carefully curated collection of paintings, prints and sculptures by more than 25 contemporary Indian artists throughout the hotel. Rooms and suites offer views of the greenery, some featuring the Palace Grounds. At the Hotel’s dining venues, Four Seasons chefs and mixologists take the centrestage in interactive style bringing energy and vitality to the dining experience.  Embassy One is also home to 105 Four Seasons Private Residences, the first of its kind in India.
A Special Opening Offer
To welcome its first guests, Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru offers the Celebration Getaway package, which is an immersive experience in the Garden City. A delightful opening offer to enjoy the newest Four Seasons Hotel in Bengaluru as one unwinds during the weekend. With a Stay over the weekend for 1 night, a guest can enjoy Dinner for 2 in the lively restaurant, CUR8 with the hotel’s warm compliments.
A Garden Oasis
Set amid 5.6 acres of landscaped gardens and water features including a (100 feet) outdoor pool, the Embassy One oasis mirrors the city’s unique combination of modern urban architecture dotted with calming parks and gardens.Inside Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru, 191 rooms and 39 suites are light filled, with crisp lines and thoughtful details designed for today’s luxury traveller, whether in town for business, enjoying a romantic weekend getaway or bringing the whole family for a vacation.  Highly recommended are the Garden Suites with a living and dining area opening onto a private terrace separated from the luxurious bedroom, generous bathroom and double closets.
All accommodations feature the fully customisable Four Seasons Bed with a choice of plush, signature mattress topper to ensure a good night’s rest.Urban views of the lush tree tops across the city, emphasize the abounding greenery that Bengaluru is famed for.
Sipping, Savouring and Socialising at Four SeasonsLed by Executive Chef Stéphane Calvet, the culinary team brings an international outlook to the table at Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru. 
At CUR8, guests are welcomed into a design led indoor/outdoor restaurant as the drama unfolds with chefs on show at the numerous open kitchens. At the lobby level, The Lobby Lounge and Terrace, promises the city’s best afternoon tea, as well as the Four Seasons special blend of teas, coffees and light fare around the clock. The moist Travel Cakes are the highlight here along with scones made from vanilla pods sourced from Kerala. For the spirited connoisseur, lively conversation is paired with the world’s finest whiskies at The Collection every evening.  There’s also the Pool Bar offering poolside tropical refreshments amid the Hotel’s green gardens.
Far & East literally tops the dining experience at Four Seasons from its modern space on the 21st floor, bringing together a melange of Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisines, as well as classic dishes such as the expertly prepared Peking duck. Fancy a nightcap? Copitas offers late night cocktails, as well as sundowners and shared platters with a view on the 21st floor terrace for the after-work crowd.
Infuse Spa, a hideaway by the poolInfuse Spa, an uplifting hideaway tucked behind a cascading waterfall, features 11 treatment rooms where trained and intuitive therapists offer experiences ranging from massages to body scrubs, polishes and wraps.
Productive Meetings and Memorable Social EventsWith 16,574 square feet of event spaces accommodating as many as 1,000 guests, Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru is ideally positioned for business functions ranging from executive board meetings through high impact product launches and multi-day conferences. 

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