Four Seasons Hotel

London at Ten Trinity Square

A landmark reborn in the City's historic heart
10 Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4AJ

Set in the heart of the City, overlooking Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, Ten Trinity Square is the starting point for discovering London’s historic past, alongside its exhilarating present. As impressive inside as out, this famous building remains the centre of attention, as a new chapter begins in its history.

Accommodations

  • Executive room living area with full-size grey sofa and desk, bedroom in background
    Executive Room

    A home away from home for corporate travellers and small families, with a separate living area complementing the spacious sleeping quarters.

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  • Grand Heritage Suite bed with canopy bed, padded bench, high ceilings, white walls with original columns
    Grand Heritage Suite

    Soaring ceilings and original column detail capture the regal past of this ground floor suite, complete with an ornate fireplace.

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  • Presidential Suite

    A nod to the building’s illustrious past, this expansive residential-style suite opens onto an outdoor terrace and private garden.

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Discover the private members club. Ten Trinity Square Private Club
featured offer
Stay Longer – Third Night Free

Receive a complimentary third night.

  • offer valid for: May 30 2018 - Sep 14 2018
  • minimum stay: 3 nights

included

  • Complimentary third night with every two consecutive paid nights
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Rotunda Live Sessions

Where words fail, music speaks.

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The Rotunda Bar

Bringing history to life through an eclectic drinks list, inspired by Ten Trinity’s nautical past.

  • Recreating the building's nautical history through mixology.
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At The Rotunda I finally found the right place to express myself creatively, through a whole world of new flavours and scents.

Michal Maziarz Head bartender

London by Four Seasons

Seeing something as spectacular as the Cullinan Diamond close up, is something I find difficult to put into words.

John Ramsgate Yeoman Warder