Four Seasons Seoul is where tradition meets the modern age. Its cool, contemporary decor draws inspiration from the city's past and future.
Four Seasons Seoul features classic Korean motifs and geometric shapes mixing with a clean, modern aesthetic. This interior is a perfect blend of rich heritage and modern flair.
Guests will find spacious accommodations fitted with high-tech conveniences, like the iPad Mini in each room, and the remote control to open and close the drapes on the floor-to-ceiling windows. Take your time in the spa-like rain showers in each Italian marble bathroom. What you will find at the Four Seasons Seoul is what is expected at all Four Seasons properties, but with a traditional Korean twist. Silks and ceramics partner with Korean patterns in Kingfisher glaze blue and warm earth tones. There are plenty of room and suite options to choose from, including options for families wanting to take their little ones on a journey.
When you look outside your window at the Four Seasons Seoul, you will find a dynamic city right outside. There’s so much to see among Seoul’s historic palaces and glass and steel structures that you will welcome the opportunity to just kick back in the Four Seasons spa. You will find a sanctuary in the city, basking in natural light. Treatments combine healing techniques and modern therapies. Opt for a dip in the year-round swimming pool.
Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Yu Yuan serves up delicious meals in a swinging 1920s setting. End your evening at the Four Seasons Seoul with a cocktail in the Charles H bar. Find a whole range of food choices at the Four Seasons Seoul, from the European-style Market Kitchen to Confections, where you can take you pick from a sweet assortment of pastries, cakes, teas, and coffees.
Explore the Korea Furniture Museum and marvel at more than 2,000 pieces of Joseon Dynasty furniture and meticulously landscaped gardens. Shop til you drop in the high-end boutiques in the Myeong-Dong Shopping District or slow down on the beautiful grounds of the Gyeongbokgung Palace, just a few blocks away from the Four Seasons Seoul.Request Information