Four Seasons is also set to open a resort property on Mexico’s Costa Alegre, on a private peninsula in the town of Tamarindo, around 40 minutes from Manzanillo International airport.
Features will include 155 rooms, most with views of the Pacific Ocean, as well as four restaurants and bars, three swimming pools, spa facilities, a water sports center, tennis courts, a 18-hole golf course and 4,000 square feet of meeting space.
The property will form part of a master plan for El Tamarindo, “featuring multiple beaches with multiple private coves.”
John Davison, president and CEO, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, said, “As we grow the Four Seasons portfolio in Mexico, this project in Tamarindo is the ideal opportunity to do so, offering our guests access to the natural wonder of the region, paired with Four Seasons renowned service and quality excellence.”
Meanwhile, the historic San Domenico Palace in Taormina on the eastern coast of Sicily is to reopen as a Four Seasons property following renovation.
The hotel overlooks the Bay of Taormina and the Ionian Sea, and is made up of a 15 century Dominican monastery, along with a wing which was added in 1896. The property will reopen with 111 rooms and suites, and feature a beach club, gardens, and several restaurants and bars including the two Michelin-starred Principe Cerami.
Other amenities include spa facilities with seven treatments rooms, an indoor pool and a Turkish bath.