This Chic New Hotel To Be Opened By Four Seasons In Taipei
There is an enormous skyscraper across the street from the property which will be the tallest building in the world.
One of the most luxurious hotels in Taipei's bustling capital is the Grand Hyatt, one of the most luxurious hotels in all of East Asia. Mandarin Oriental, Shangri-La Far Eastern and Grand Hyatt are just a few of the world's most prestigious hotel chains.
According to Rich Report, the Four Seasons is set to open a brand new outpost in the heart of Xinyi district in 2020. The hotel will be right next door to the city's famous Taipei 101 skyscraper, one of the tallest buildings in the world, in the heart of Xinyi District. The Four Seasons will be launching its first outpost in Taiwan with this project. This new outpost is expected to open sometime in 2009, if everything goes according to plan.
It is a fitting location for the new property since Xinyi District is home to gourmet eateries, boutique shops, and trendy clubs, which make it a perfect place for residents to gather. There has been a joint venture between Four Seasons and Yuan Lih Construction Co., Ltd for the company's latest project in Taipei, which is already under construction.
Despite the fact that there is no set opening date yet announced by the global chain, we are aware that the hotel will be situated in an impressive, modern 31-story tower in the heart of the city's business district, which will allow it to integrate seamlessly into the city's commercial hub even though it may not seem out of place.
A British architectural firm, RSHP, was tasked with ensuring the new outpost takes center stage at the new site and that the location takes center stage, thus ensuring that the new outpost takes center stage.
“Through three significant outward-facing spatial gestures across its elevation, the hotel will embrace the immediate public realm at street level, the rapidly growing Xinyi District at mid-level and Taipei’s iconic mountain setting at its peak, together creating a landmark building that is very much of its place,” said RSHP senior design partner Ivan Harbour.
“With a focus on guest experience and well-being, the team has carefully orchestrated the interactions between the hotel and its surroundings. Every journey and every space will have its own moment.”
Despite the fact that details about the new Four Seasons property in Taipei are still scarce, it has been revealed that it will have 260 rooms, a selection of upscale restaurants, an outdoor pool, and an expansive spa. The Four Seasons has confirmed that the hotel will have breathtaking views of the skyline from many of its guest rooms. A grand ballroom, as well as two meeting and event spaces that cater to the needs of business travelers, are all available at the hotel for guests to use for their meeting and event needs.