Four Seasons to open second property in India, designed by HKS Architects, Studio u+a and Yabu Pushelburg

Four Seasons to open second property in India, designed by HKS Architects, Studio u+a and Yabu Pushelburg.
Located within Embassy ONE, a mixed-use development with commercial office space and retail outlets, the hotel will open later this year. Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and Indian property company Embassy Group will open a new luxury hotel and private residences in Bengaluru, India (formerly known as Bangalore). Located within Embassy ONE, a mixed-use development with commercial office space and retail outlets, the hotel will open later this year.

The 230-room Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy ONE was designed by HKS Architects and Studio u+a, with Yabu Pushelburg providing the interior designs.

Facilities will include a Four Seasons spa and a health club. It will also have three dining outlets that can seat more than 600 people at a 24-hour restaurant, a lobby lounge and bar, and an Asian brasserie and bar designed by LW Design Group.

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The property will similarly have a spa and salon, fitness center and meeting and event spaces. Landscape architect P Landscape (PLA) will design the outdoor space, including a pool and waterfall, butterfly garden and ribbon lawn, located between the North and South Towers, yet secluded from the surrounding city.

The property will be the second Four Seasons hotel in India, following the opening of Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai in 2008.

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