Third Four Seasons Hotel in London, at Ten Trinity Square opens September 2016

Four Seasons London at Ten Trinity Square at the former Port of London Authority would become a Four Season Hotel with private residences and a private members club.

The hotel’s official website, run by Reignwood, says that the hotel will occupy the lower ground to third floor levels. It will include 100 guest rooms and suites, restaurants, bars, meeting salons and a spa.

One restaurant will serve French cuisine overseen by a Michelin-starred chef, while the other will be an Asian restaurant serving Chinese and Japanese dishes. They’ll also have a light and casual menu in the Rotunda Lounge all day. Tea service will apparently involve different teas and traditions.

The spa which will also be run by Four Seasons and will be available to guests and residents includes an indoor heated pool. The hotel also features a ballroom and exclusive members club.

The Club is centred around the original boardrooms and executive offices, which are being preserved, restored and transformed. There will be meeting rooms, a cigar lounge, a bar, and business centre. There will also be a wine store for both members and residents, and the Chateau Latour Room, the only outpost of the estate outside of France.

Then there’s the private residences, prices for which begin at a cool £5 million.