Spa Weekend: Four Seasons Hotel At Ten Trinity Square - Hotel Review
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Spa Weekend: Four Seasons Hotel At Ten Trinity Square – Hotel Review

A stay at the grand Four Seasons Hotel in London

There’s no better way to spend the first weekend of January than at the Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square.

A stay at The Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square can only be described as ultra-luxurious. A red carpet walks you through to the grand reception, decorated with floral centrepieces and a statement chandelier. 

The five-star hotel is located in a prime spot next to the Tower Bridge and Tower of London. It is also easily accessible, located just a few hundred yards from Tower Hill tube station.


Checking into the Executive Room, it is beautifully decorated with roses and abstract artwork. The space had a relaxing and cosy feel – with ambient lighting and panelled walls it exuded complete privacy. Dark oak panels surrounded the walls of our bedroom and a white patterned feature wall added another element of elegance.

A stand-out feature was the gold-leaf shower, which was comparable to spa-level facilities. After feeling fully relaxed from the shower, an excellent nights sleep is guaranteed, when you then sink into the plush pillow and soft robes. You can drift off to sleep knowing that you can enjoy the room all over again in the morning.

The morning was spent enjoying the little luxuries of the room, sipping on coffee, and getting ready to squeeze in a second trip to the spa before breakfast.

Executive Room – Four Seasons Hotel Ten Trinity


The spa at the Four Seasons was wonderfully designed, you can easily spend days there enjoying the heated pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, hammam and fitness centre.

Cosy up in a towelled bathrobe, pour a freshly fruit-infused glass of water and lie back on the sun-loungers with your book. After a blissful hour reading (or snoozing), take a swim in the heated pool, followed by a dip in the jacuzzi which fascinatingly has different elements in each corner. Glimmers of gold catch your eyes as you moved through the water past each of the beams.

In need of massage? You can book a range of services including facial treatments, body treatments, massages, autograph experiences and enhancements. Or you can experience a traditional hammam ritual, starting with exfoliation, body scrub and orange infused shower milk. It also includes a facial cleanse and hair treatment. You will leave the spa feeling fully refreshed and revitalised.

Spa pool at Four Seasons Trinity Square

Spa pool – Four Seasons Hotel Ten Trinity

Fancy a day trip to the spa? You can book a Ten Trini-Tea Spa Day which offers a 60-minute massage, usage of the spa facilities and Afternoon Tea in The Rotunda.


Spend your evening enjoying a lovely three course dinner at Mei Ume, the Chinese and Japanese fusion fine-dining restaurant. The restaurant radiated elegance and sophistication. Candle-lit tables were neatly set with a soft lighting feature above. Sip on hand-selected wine throughout the dinner, including the option of a Japanese rice wine called sake.

The restaurant also has a wide selection of sake, cocktails, shochu and Japanese whiskeys, so you can immerse yourself in the authentic Japanese flavours.

If you are a sushi lover, Mei Ume has a Sushi Bar that offers hand-crafted sushi, sashimi and small plates.

Mei Ume Resturant

Mei Ume – Four Seasons Hotel Ten Trinity

Chef Peter Ho served a range of their unique dishes including Yellow Tail Carpaccio and Soft Shell Crab for starters. Popping in between each course, his passions for cooking was infectious as he described how he had spent 13 hours preparing the grilled US prime ribs for our mains, and the intricate process of crafting the other dishes too. Another personal favourite on the menu was the Hokkien seafood noodles, packed full of delicious flavours.


Breakfast is served in the Rotunda Restaurant, where a buffet is on offer for guests as well as the option to order hot food and drinks.

There was a quiet and calm feel to breakfast, sat in a curved velvet booth as the other guests around us enjoyed their morning newspaper. There was a distinct sense of relaxation, not just in the spa, but radiating throughout the hotel.

The Rotunda - Four Seasons Trinity Square

The Rotunda – Four Seasons Hotel Ten Trinity

Indulge in the buffet and hot food offerings, and delight in the fresh honeycomb at the buffet. You can easily sit in the restaurant for hours taking in the exquisite design.

It was seasonally decorated at the time, just after Christmas, with hanging ornaments and gingerbread men. It was a beautiful area, featuring a magnificent peach-coloured glass design on the ceiling.


Every minute at the Four Seasons was enjoyable, both the facilities and staff were incredible. Although positioned in a central location in London, the feeling once in the hotel is nothing but peaceful. It is one of the best London hotels I have stayed at and we would definitely return.


A room at the Four Seasons Hotel Ten Trinity starts from £650 per night including breakfast. For more information visit