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Discussion in 'Luxury Hotels' started by adamefimoff2, Jun 4, 2016.
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Can you elaborate?
I think everyone hates it
I'm not sure why "everyone" wants that the Four Seasons in Sydney should be re-branded as something else, over on TA it gets pretty good reviews and the photos on their website look inviting. The hotel is an older property and was before a Regent, but this doesn't mean it can't be a Four Seasons. Any reasons why this property shouldn't be a Four Seasons, beside "everyone" says so?
I just think they should 'Park Lane' it totally refurb. Very small rooms and not good food. I want to hear what @davidourisman says
real details man you are.
The FS London Park Lane has compared to other FS properties smaller rooms too, but as you pointed out was totally transformed recently and they added a spa on the rooftop which seems to be a top drawer. Nevertheless I don't get the "hatred" towards the FS Sydney by some. Sydney is a difficult market to enter so I guess it's good there's a FS otherwise it could be difficult to open up another one and I presume that FS do their best to ensure that this particular property is a "real" FS, even when it's older or was a Regent before. Of course Regent could/does stand on its own like the Regent Berlin which counts as one of the most luxurious properties in Germany, but then this one was a former FS. Pretty much a mirror situation here in both cities.