Provence is the perfect summer getaway. If your vacation dreams include playing petanque at dusk, wandering outdoor markets, visiting some of France’s best museums and lounging poolside, La Belugue is the perfect base to explore the south of France. Best known for its charming bed and breakfast, cooking classes, and wine bar, La Belugue also […]
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Discover the best of Europe this summer with these hotels
This summer, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts invites travelers to embark on unforgettable adventures, immerse themselves in wellness experiences, partake in celebratory events, and indulge in destination dining across their iconic European properties. From hidden beaches in Lisbon to majestic castles in Budapest and picturesque lakeside views in Italy, Four Seasons offers personalized and enriching […]
Previewing some of the hottest hotel openings in 2023 and beyond
The rains have cleared, the clouds have lifted, and so much is in bloom. As we emerge from our cozy sweaters and warm hearths we find a world of new hotels, resorts and destinations budding forth and ready for our summer travels. From the South of France to Ireland, to Bali and beyond, luxury hospitality […]
These exciting new openings are some of the many reasons to visit France this year
As if you needed more reasons to visit France this year, the world’s most popular tourist destination had a series of fantastic new openings and attractions you might have missed over the past few years and now a bevy of others are on their way in the coming months to beckon those who are ready […]
From wanderlust to wandermust, Four Seasons Resorts welcomes travellers to reconnect with the world
After a year of lockdowns and restrictions, it’s clear that travel is more than just a ‘nice to have’; it’s an essential part of life for many. Now, as vacations and getaways become less of a dream and more of a possibility, travellers can finally shift from wanderlust – the longing to travel – to wandermust, the insatiable need to travel.
Step in the world of Ridley Scott’s new film, The Last Duel, with a visit to Montpazier, France
The success of the musical Hamilton created renewed interest in the duel: the gentleman’s code of honour reflected in “man to man” combat that for centuries was relied on to settle issues of insult or other differences. What seems to the modern mind a bizarre practice provides the narrative for Ridley Scott’s latest film, The Last Duel, starring Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. It is an historical drama based on the book by Eric Jager that tells the story of the last legal duel allowed in France which took place in 1386.
Uncover six iconic European road trips
As travellers start to plan ahead and seek inspiration, Four Seasons celebrates the true spirit of travel with the launch of six new Scenic Route with Four Seasons road trips that are as much about the journey as the destination. Awe-inspiring views from the Corniche Road in the Côte d’Azur, vast rolling hills in the English countryside, and a […]