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Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait is in one of two towers within the Burj Alshaya complex, a new mixed-use development created around a regional architectural tradition. The Hotel was fashioned by top-flight international design talent: architecture by Gensler of San Francisco; interiors by Yabu Pushelberg of New York; and two of three featured restaurants by Kokaistudios of Shanghai.  The Hotel’s modern glass exterior is laid out with mashrabiya latticework, an Arabic pattern dating from the Middle Ages, and wooden rhombus-shaped shading fins that, together, give it a distinctive appearance while heightening climatic performance in the desert heat. Cutting-edge interior design unfolds in a dramatic assemblage of textures, colors and modern Middle Eastern touches through the entrance experience of Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait. Soaring ceilings, walls clad in textured limestone, carved oak panels and geometric-pattern stone floors enhance the sculptural quality of the Lobby. The Hotel’s 284 guest rooms and suites are explicitly chic and contemporary, schemed in soft shades of indigo, burnt orange and grey, along with thoughtful detailed custom furnishings for relaxation or productivity. A sense of residential luxury strikes to soak up the stunning Al Shaheed Park views from floor-to-ceiling windows from guest rooms or in chic haven of design Suites.

Calming, restrained and ethereal, the Spa and its indoor pool are grounded in sculptural refinement. The Spa offers 10 private treatment rooms intimately curated with soft, residential quality furnishings and finishes and outfitted with windows to let the sun shine in and blackout blinds for soothing privacy and calm.

Within adjacent fitness centers – one for women only, the other mixed – the architecture of the Hotel’s indoor swimming pool is based on a modern colonnade, with the pool running down the middle, lit by dozens of glowing lanterns hanging at ranges of heights, and flanked by archways and alcoves creating semi-private lounging areas for guests. Perimeter walls and the pool itself are lined in deep indigo stone with dramatic veining, while smooth and textured limestone highlights the archways.

  • Sintoho – The chic panoramic rooftop restaurant with its own terrace serving dinner daily except on Sunday. Diners will thrill to a hybrid interpretation of Asian cuisine fashioned from the freshest ingredients, with hip music spun by a live DJ as part of the scene. Sintoho’s new menu offers mouth-watering specialties that are feasts for the eyes as well as the palate, such as Mushroom and Truffle Dim Sum; Stone Pot Rice Wagyu Beef Ribs; and Canadian Lobster, TTruffle Gyoza, and Black Cod; plus a brand new selection of mocktails.

  • Dai Forni – The rooftop Italian dining experience is back and it’s as inviting and authentic as ever. An updated menu featuring new dishes inspired by Italian Chef Luigi Frassanito extended stay back home in Italy include Risotto with Porcini Mushrooms and; Handmade Cannelloni with ricotta and truffle sauce, Burrata; and Panna cotta al caramello liquirizia and Tiramissu crafted by Executive Pastry Chef Gregory Chrismant. There are also wood-fired pizzas, homemade pasta, and much more to enjoy indoors or out on the vibrant terrace overlooking the gleaming city 21 storeys below.

  • Al Bandar –  Set on the fourth-floor terrace beside the outdoor infinity pool, this chic resort-style restaurant and lounge offers striking panoramic views and a club-like vibe late into the night. Relax and unwind in one of five air-conditioned cabanas or on comfortable lounge chairs during the day and enjoy a vibrant lounge ambience under the stars with house music from resident DJ Nicol. This stylish outdoor lounge is open until midnight with new Lebanese-themed nights, mocktails, flavorful international cuisine, mezze and shisha.”

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  • Elements –  For buzzing buffet breakfasts overlooking the green serenity of Al Shaheed Park, restaurant offers market-style dining options celebrating cuisine from Arabic to Indian and Italian

  • Al Soor – Pop into this popular lobby lounge open from 9:00 am to 12:00 midnight, with an updated menu featuring new light breakfast options, starters, salads, sandwiches, and the latest dessert items. This month’s featured flavor is Chocolate Fondue.

To make a reservation for a stay at Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait at Burj Alshaya, call or WhatsApp +965-2200-6000 or email

By Lavish Life Publication Editorial Team

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