Times change, but our dedication to perfecting the travel experience never will. Our highly personalized 24-hour service, combined with authentic, elegant surroundings of the highest quality, embodies a home away from home for those who know and appreciate the best. As the company has grown from a single hotel to 93 in 38 countries, our deeply instilled culture, personified by our employees, continues to get stronger. Over more than 50 years, our people have built an unrivalled depth of reliability, trust and connection with our guests – a connection we will steadfastly uphold, now and always.
Much admired, and not easily replicated, the Four Seasons culture is firmly grounded in our people – in who we are, what we believe and how we behave. Our goals, beliefs and principles are described in the Four Seasons corporate mission statement.
Four Seasons History
Beginning with the launch of the company in 1960, this timeline illustrates milestones in the story of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.
Four Seasons senior executives have more combined experience than any other team in our industry. Their stories speak for themselves.
Guided by our shared values, Four Seasons has identified high-priority areas where we believe we can make a difference. This clear vision allows us to work together most effectively, as individuals, as a company and as a partner.
COMMITMENT TO AN ETHICAL CULTURE
Four Seasons is committed to conducting business in a manner that complies with applicable laws and is – and is perceived to be – consistent with the highest ethical standards, including standards intended to prevent bribery and corruption.
Four Seasonsis committed to understanding the risks that may compromise these standards and using all reasonable efforts to ensure that those who provide services to and for Four Seasons– including employees, contractors and agents – are aware of and share our commitment to an ethical and anti-bribery culture.