Very different in feel and setting is Four Seasons The Westcliff, where youíll find cobblestone lanes meandering between the various pink-washed buildings that make up the hotel. The 117 rooms and suites arenít afraid of a little zebra print, and there are of course a number of restaurants and bars, as well as a spa and two pools. Introductory rates for a Superior Room start at 3,795ZAR, about $350 a night.
Looking further into the future, the Four Seasons website already lists Bahrain Bay (late 2014), as well as Casablanca in early 2015. We know from the group itself that a third Moroccan hotel is in the works in Agadir, a hotel in Madrid, Spain, and in New Delhi and Bengaluru, India. In the US, there is downtown New York, a replacement hotel in Philadelphia, and Surfside, Florida. Digging a little further, there is a long list of plans here that includes Four Seasons Resort Cayo Largo in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, Four Seasons Resort & Residences Barbados, and everything from Oman to Bodrum and the Egyptian Red Sea to Grenada. More is to come, thatís for sure.
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