So much can be discovered in one day, one hour or even one minute. No matter how you choose to spend it, take your time.
It’s Your Time To Take
Travelling with loved ones can be life-affirming – even transformative. But opportunities are scarce and we often find ourselves skimming through life. We had a conversation with three individuals about time, and, through a couple of surprises, reminded them to take their time with the people they love most.
Daily Discoveries – How Will You Take Your Time?
- 1 Minute in HualalaiDetails
When you visit King’s Pond with our marine biologist, all you have to do is stretch out your hand and wait. In a moment, Kainalu, our eagle ray, will swim up to eat gently from your palm.
- 1 Hour in BeijingDetails
Share Food and Philosophy
Can you taste a smell, or even touch a taste? Venture deep into culinary consciousness with our Chef Aniello Turco during an immersive feast that will have you exploring your senses in a whole new way.
- 1 Day in Cap-FerratDetails
Live la Vie en Rosé
With rare access to Domaine Ott, take part in the harvest or connect with the cellar master to learn the secrets of French rosé. End your visit with a bespoke picnic for two from our Michelin-starred chef.
A World of Adventure
- A Quest to Reconnect
With the help of Four Seasons, an always-busy social media manager carves out time to focus on making unforgettable memories with her mother during a visit to Budapest.Read More
- The Adventure of a Lifetime in the Span of an Hour
Whether you’re learning traditional Thai boxing in Koh Samui or floating high above the Serengeti’s wildlife, the most gripping experiences can take place all in the span of an hour.Read More
- Out of Office: 5 Reasons to Extend Your Business Trip
Stay awhile. You’ll be glad you did. From accompanying a sushi chef around a Tokyo fish market to truffle hunting in Tuscany, here’s how to maximize an extra day – or even an extra hour – in Tokyo, Las Vegas, Florence, Bogotá and Dubai.Read More
What Matters Most to You?
- Jennie’s Story
So much of what we lack in our everyday lives is the ability to be present. Here, sisters Jennie and Jo rediscover the importance of travelling together at the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel.
- Mustafa’s Story
Experiencing the world is often put on the back-burner. Mustafa and his family allow themselves to remember what’s most important during their time together at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle and Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco.
- Krissy’s Story
Sometimes, we need to learn to slow down. Krissy and her Mom reconnect with one another – and their sense of wanderlust – by exploring the historic Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest.
What's better than experiencing the world with loved ones? Share your memorable minutes, hours and days.