Four Seasons Announces Four New Hotels

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced four new hotel projects in Barbados, Shanghai, Taipei and Macau. Four Seasons Resort Barbados will feature 115 rooms and suites and 45 residential villas on 32 acres of beachfront property. The resort will also offer restaurants and bars, a spa, fitness center and meeting space when it opens in 2009. Also set to open in early 2009 is the Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai at Pudong, which will offer 190 rooms and suites on Century Boulevard. The 275-room Four Seasons Hotel Taipei will be located in the Hsin Yi District and is slated to open in 2009 while the Four Seasons Hotel Macau will have 400 rooms and up to 600 serviced vacation suites on the Cotai Strip. The hotel is slated to open late 2007. Four Seasons currently has more than 20 properties under development.

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