Inside Four Seasons’ Ten Trinity Square
27 October 2016
Due to welcome guests from February 2017, the Four Seasons’ Ten Trinity Square has finally been unveiled to the public. First opened in 1922 as the headquarters of the Port of London Authority this Grade II listed building was badly damaged during the Blitz and has been in disuse since the 1990’s. Inside are some impressive features such as the Rotunda Lounge and the UN Ballroom which was the setting for the inaugural reception of the United Nations General Assembly in 1946, still with the original crystal chandeliers in place. With a private member’s club, roman-inspired spa and deluxe rooms & suites there is plenty of luxury within this edifice, which also has 41 separate apartments for sale. All in all it makes for a very impressive offering and an exciting new landmark by the Tower of London.
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