• Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts Announces New Buyouts Program

     
    POSTED November 10, 2016
     

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced their new Exclusives and Buyouts program for their guests. The program is aimed to accommodate groups who are coming to the hotel for meetings.

“At Four Seasons we’re in the business of making memorable experiences happen for our guests, and that includes our group clients,” says Jonathan Sicroff, vice president, global sales. “On many occasions, the needs and ambitions of our clients are so big that we open up entire properties exclusively for their use, resulting in a world of benefits for both hosts and participants. The extraordinary opportunity to have a Four Seasons all to yourself may have been the MICE industry’s best kept secret—until now.”

When groups book a Four Seasons Buyout, they secure all hotel rooms and suites as well as function spaces and all outdoor pools. When they book a Four Season Exclusive the group can take over the property, including hotel rooms, suites, function spaces, restaurants, lounges, spas and fitness centers.

Benefits of these new offers include: a VIP experience, groups-assured privacy, complete access to unique venues and access to the Four Seasons catered banquets. To ensure availability of the buyout programs, event hosts should reach out to the sales representatives at individual Four Seasons hotels.

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