London at Ten Trinity Square

Local Gems: Our Insider’s Guide to the City of London

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 General Manager Goes to Slow Down

– Vincent Hoogewijs, General Manager

“St Dunstan in the East is my favourite local spot for a bit of peace and quiet. Only a few minutes’ walk from the Hotel, the public gardens provide the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city – and the many crumbling archways with the historic walls of the church behind you, are the perfect place to snap a photo for your Instagram.”

Rows of colorful fruits  — dark red cherries, red apples, oranges, at a farmers 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.”

A Skyline View From Our Spa Director

– Jessica Sardo, Spa Director

“I recommend going to the concealed walkway over Tower Bridge when you’re in town. If the sky is clear, you can see London’s key attractions along the River Thames. You can even do early morning yoga classes there – the perfect way to start the day with a view.”

Our Head Bartender’s Go-To Pub

– Harry Nikolaou, Director of Mixology

“St Katharine Docks – my go-to place to escape after a long day – has a great selection of restaurants and bars along the water. I especially like to order a classic Negroni from The Dickens Inn, a reconstructed 18th-century pub. Surrounded by beautiful boats and yachts, I feel as though I’m a world away from London.”