Four Seasons opens second Indian property

Four Seasons Bengaluru was developed by Indian firm Embassy Group

Four Seasons is set to open its second Indian property in Bangalore
Four Seasons is set to open its second Indian property in Bangalore

Four Seasons has opened its doors to its second Indian hotel in Bengaluru as part of its expansion plans.

Opened earlier this month, the Four Seasons Bengaluru hotel will be operated by 250 members of staff.

The hotel will be located at Embassy One, which is a residency area, and will target business and leisure travellers.

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The interiors of the hotel features painting, prints and sculptures from 25 contemporary Indian artists. The hotel will also comprise several F&B outlets such as Cur8, Lobby Lounge and Terrace, The Collection and Far & East.

Four Seasons president for hotel operations for the Asia Pacific Rainer Stampfer described the second Indian hotel opening as a “milestone” for the business.

“Together with our property in Mumbai, Four Seasons reflects the vibrancy and poise of modern India through design, experiences and personalised service to meet the needs of both travellers and local residents,” said Stampfer.

Meanwhile, the hotel’s general manager Fredrick Blomqvist said it was an “exciting time” for southern India and the hotel would be the forefront of the city’s business and social lives.

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