A design destination, Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait epitomizes the cosmopolitan glamour of Kuwait City. Ideally situated for business and pleasure, our guest rooms – the largest in the city – provide a welcoming haven while rooftop restaurants draw a glittering crowd.
- Premier Room
With the city landscape below, as well as a sitting area and over-sized bathroom, this space offers a sanctuary for rest and relaxation.Details
- Four Seasons Executive Suite
Balancing the energy and efficiency of Kuwait’s central business district with restful interiors, these suites open into a sleek foyer and offer a large working desk and a spacious living room.Details
- Ambassador Suite
This apartment-like suite – with a living room, a dining table, a desk and a walk-in closet – is ideal for longer stays when you need more space.Details
- State Suite
In this expansive, residential-style suite, three en-suite bedrooms lead to a large living room with panoramic city views through floor-to-ceiling windows. While there's plenty of space for entertaining, you also can find privacy in the secluded office or media room.Details
Trend-setting cuisine pairs with panoramic city views at our vibrant rooftop hot spots
The city stretches out before you at two of our restaurants on the 21st floor. Gather with friends, family or colleagues to superlative Italian at Dai Forni and an Asian feast at Sintoho.
- Behind the Scenes at the Kitchen Table
Sicily-born Executive Chef Sebastiano Spriveri invites you to an unforgettable gourmet experience at his “Kitchen Table,” where he’ll introduce traditional dishes from his homeland in a private feast for you and your guests.
- Private Shopping In the City Souks
Discover the goods of Kuwait, from silk carpets to perfume to jewellery, on a private tour of the city’s colourful souks. A personal shopper will take you treasure-hunting in these markets, based on your preferences, with stops for tea and traditional Kuwaiti treats.
- Tour our Art Collection
Get a private viewing of the Hotel’s art collection with our Concierge, who is full of insights about the unique pieces that call the Hotel home. Don’t miss the fantastical sculpture in our lobby, “Etymology of the Baroque” by British artist Marc Quinn.