With the holiday season upon us, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is getting in the festive spirit with a host of exciting new winter offerings. From a pop-up igloo bar to après ski fondue in a retro camper, here are several incredible experiences and offerings from hotels and resorts around the country.
Bubbly in a Bubble – Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole opened Fahrenheit 47, a pop up igloo-shaped champagne bar named after the ideal serving temperature for bubbly. The perfect apres ski setting, Fahrenheit 47 will serve bespoke Moët & Chandon Ice Impérial cocktails alongside breathtaking panoramic mountain views.
Let It Snow – Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village is transforming into a true winter wonderland with their annual Let It Snow event. Featuring snowfall, festive bounce houses, a Holiday Express train ride, menorah lighting, cooking decorating, s'mores, hot cocoa and cider, and special appearances by popular characters for endless photo opps. An overnight Winter Wonderland package is also offered with VIP early access to the event along with a holiday character breakfast.
Après Chic – This winter, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler’s 1965 retro camper is back and serving delicious cheese fondue bowls with freshly-baked pretzel baguettes along with the Instagrammable Tipsy Snowman drink, making the patio the perfect place to warm up after a crisp day on the slopes.
Après-Adventure – Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado is offering outdoor enthusiasts the chance to craft their own epic winter adventure with the signature “Adventure By Design” program, a series of curated experiences led by in-house, local expert guides. After the adventures, the new Après-Adventure Campfire Experience invites guests to cozy up to the bonfire and watch the sunset while enjoying a menu of delectable gourmet bites - from charcuterie boards to chef-made stew served in individual pots - all paired with local craft beers and wine.
Winter Wellness – The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado is offering personalized wellness journeys, including new seasonal treatments such as the Caramel Covered Apple Wrap which features a warm wrap and scalp massage, followed by an intoxicating apple-cinnamon brown sugar body scrub, and an invigorating shower with hydrating caramel body milk to finish; and the Warming Vanilla Chai Scrub that applies the warming agents found in black tea and indigenous spices to delicately detoxify the skin, while sugar and vanilla gently soothe any winter dryness. The Spa at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler also introduced a seasonal winter treatment – The Maple and Stone. This treatment is focused on rejuvenating skin after an exhilarating day on the mountain with hand-made maple dowels and warmed basalt stones for a sport-style massage. Organic essential oils of wintergreen black spruce and fir balsam along with hydrating and anti-inflammatory arnica lotion is used to soothe and warm the body.
Take a twirl – Overlooking the historic Inner Harbor and draped with twinkling lights, Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore is hosting a rooftop ice skating party with festive decor, lively music, luxe hot coco and hot toddies every weekend from November 29 to January 5.
Movie Night – Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley at East Palo Alto is bringing back their annual Après Winter Lounge featuring an array of luxurious “Tahoe Chalets” and outdoor movie screenings ranging from holiday classics to first-run blockbusters complete with cocktails, alpine fare, and nightly “snowfall.”