Four Seasons that are bad

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    uggboy Gold Member

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    Since our own experiences at Four Seasons hotels are rather limited, we wouldn't know which properties are "bad". We have stayed in London at their Canary Wharf property twice, we enjoyed it, plus at their Dublin property twice, equally, good experiences, but this hotel in Dublin is now the IC Dublin, and yes, in 2014 we enjoyed our stay at the FS Bangkok, but this hotel is now re-branded as an Anantara since earlier this year. That's it, this is our Four Seasons experience so far, wouldn't say that any of these properties was "bad". Cheers.
     
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    The three I've heard you should avoid are: Vancouver, Sydney and Mexico City. Although Mexico City is going through renovations, so should be better soon.
     
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    I can vouch for Vancouver and Sydney.
    If you're staying in Vancouver the Shangri-la is a 200%+ advantage over FS or Fairmont.
    Sydney...pretty much IC, Park Hyatt, or Sheraton will do.
     
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    Do you mean bad for a Four Seasons or just bad overall?
     

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