Four Seasons History
Four Seasons History

Innovation Meets Luxury Travel

Hotel staff places lantern on long dining table with silver dome planets in grassy field

2010 to Present

Entering its sixth decade, Four Seasons has kept the focus on global expansion – with the total number of hotels expected to reach 100 in 2015. Equally important has been the company’s emphasis on creativity and innovation, enhancing its leadership in luxury travel.

On March 21, 2011, Four Seasons celebrated its 50th birthday, commemorating the opening of its first hotel in Toronto in 1961.
In 2012, Four Seasons marked its entry into Sub-Saharan Africa 
with a safari lodge in Serengeti, Tanzania.
In 2013, Four Seasons opened its first Russian hotel, transforming a 19th-century palace apartment building in St. Petersburg.
In 2014, the company introduced the first-ever Four Seasons Jet, providing a complete Four Seasons experience in the sky. Featuring signature design standards, staff and service, this private jet offers round-the-world journeys to Four Seasons hotels and resorts – creating a seamless Four Seasons travel experience.