Set in the heart of the city, overlooking Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square is the starting point for discovering London’s historic past alongside its exhilarating present, and we want you to experience it like a local. Who better to draw up a guide than our Hotel’s in-the-know staff? Tailor your itinerary with their picks; then explore, retreat and repeat.
Marble columns at Versailles Gardens

Where Our Director of Rooms Takes a Coffee Break

– Raphaelle Camilleri, Director of Rooms

“St Dunstan in the East is my favourite place to enjoy quiet moments and a takeaway coffee from the Hotel. Just a few minutes’ walk away, the pretty public garden with its historic church walls is the loveliest hidden gem. I like to walk along the river, taking in the sights from the Tower of London to Monument, and through the garden to enjoy a moment of peace from the busy city.”

Close-up of hands cradling six fresh plums from farmer's market

Our Restaurant General Manager’s Favourite Local Market

– Stephanie Raimbault, La Dame de Pic London General Manager

“Just a 20-minute walk from the Hotel, Borough Market is one of the oldest food markets in London, and it has something for everyone. I love spending time there over the weekend, discovering new ingredients and flavours from all over the world and appreciating local products like the British farmhouse cheeses from Neal’s Yard Dairy.”

Close up of bouquets or purple, white and green flowers in the back of a wooden wagon

A Go-To for Food and Flowers From Our Spa Director

– Verity Marsh, Spa Manager

“I highly recommend exploring the alternative side of East London, from the stalls of Old Spitalfields Market to the Brick Lane curry houses and Columbia Road Flower Market. It’s impossible to leave without an armful of beautiful bouquets.”

Two women stroll along sunny London street

Where Our Head Concierge Shops on His Day Off

– Raphael Lelaure, Head Concierge

“I love to wander through the winding streets and alleys of the city, soaking up the history of St. Paul’s Cathedral and its surroundings, followed by shopping at The Royal Exchange – a wonderful place to shop for gifts. I recommend stopping into Smythson or Aspinall of London for beautiful leather goods.”

Wide shot of the London Skyline, including Tower Bridge, Big Ben, London Eye and other buildings

A Cultural Tour From Our Events Manager

– Sofia Jacinto, Events Manager

“South Bank is a great place to visit at any time of the year. I love to head down there on the weekends when the markets are open and the area is buzzing. Take your time to stroll along the river as you take in London’s best arts and culture venues, from Shakespeare’s Globe and the National Theatre to the Tate Modern galleries. You’ll also see some of the key tourist attractions such as the London Eye.”