There are only a few hotel series in the world as iconic as Four Seasons. Its Sydney outpost towers above Circular Quay with one of the most jaw-dropping views of the Harbour and The Rocks we’ve ever witnessed. Its restaurant, Mode Kitchen & Bar, led by Florentine chef Francesco Mannelli, is a destination in its own right, and one of our favourite fine diners in the city.
Basically—if you’ve ever dreamt of a luxury Sydney staycation—the Four Seasons should be at the top of your list.
And now, with NSW’s travel bans easing off as of Monday 1 June—the hotel is ready to welcome guests back safely with new protocols in place—and, amazingly, rooms will be heavily discounted for the full month of June.
To ensure guest and staff safety moving forward, Four Seasons has collaborated with Johns Hopkins Medicine International for a brand new “Lead with Care” program—a super-extensive health and safety plan that will involve a dedicated hygiene team, enhancements to ventilation systems, hotel restaurants and bars adhering to social distancing standards, increased food safety and contactless interaction with staff through the Four Seasons app (among many other impressive measures).
As for your dream staycation—a night in the hotel’s totally breathtaking Full Harbour King Club Room, complete with breathtaking window views out across the harbour, a window bed to relax in and take it all in, an enormous marble bathroom, separate lounge area and bar—you know, the works—will be available from $385 per night if you book for the month of June.
This one-in-a-million room usually goes for $1,400 per night, so this is a very rare opportunity to live like royalty in your own city.
If you’re in need a break from your iso digs, there’s a special occasion coming up, or you want to absolutely blow the lid off date night—this has to be your top pick.
To make your booking, we suggest calling the hotel to check availability (the Four Seasons website will reflect different prices each day). You can phone the hotel on (02) 9250 3100.
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