When will Four Seasons give up on Sydney?

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  1. adamefimoff2

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    Terrible property
     
  2. HaveMilesWillTravel
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    Can you elaborate?
     
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    I think everyone hates it
     
  4. uggboy
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    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?
     
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    I just think they should 'Park Lane' it totally refurb. Very small rooms and not good food. I want to hear what @davidourisman says
     
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    real details man you are.
     
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    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.
     
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