Four Seasons Bengaluru at Embassy ONE review

Four Seasons Bengaluru
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The plush Four Seasons Bengaluru at Embassy ONE is a perfect place for a city break whether for business or pleasure.

Located 30 km from Bengaluru’s International Airport, Four Seasons Bengaluru at Embassy ONE is the newest addition to the city’s luxury hotel space. The 230-room hotel is cocooned in a lush landscaped haven and is all things luxury.

Four Seasons Bengaluru
Four Seasons Bengaluru

Chic Design

Developed by the Embassy Group, Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy ONE has its contemporary and minimalist interiors designed by Yabu Pushelberg. The interiors have a strong beige tone that is accentuated by a curated collection of paintings, prints and sculptures by over 25 contemporary Indian artists. “We are particularly excited to showcase the modern city of Bengaluru to our visitors,” says General Manager Fredrik Blomqvist who leads a hand-picked team of nearly 250 deeply dedicated employees. Spread over 5.6 acres, the hotel ensures that the city’s tag of being known as a garden city is maintained as the landscaped gardens including the ribbon lawn and butterfly garden add to its local ethos. The 191 rooms (superior, deluxe and premier) and 39 suites are designed functionally with clean lines and thoughtful design details that will appeal to the modern-day luxury traveller. I stayed in a luxurious suite that had a living space with views of lush tree tops and a separate bed and large bathroom space that was done up in beige and grey tones. The Garden Suites not just have separate living and dining areas that open to a private terrace but also a luxurious bedroom, bathroom and double closets. The fully customisable Four Seasons Bed with a choice of plush signature mattress is available in all rooms.

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