Apr 24, 2014
By Jane Brown
The Toronto-based Four Seasons hotel chain is taking its brand to the sky. Dream tours are being offered on a private Boeing 757 jet that will fly guests to cities around the world where they will stay (of course) at Four Seasons hotels. The hotel chain is taking reservations for three trips so far, with the first one scheduled for next February. It’s a 24-day trip that starts in Los Angeles and ends in London, with nine stops in between, including Hawaii, Bora Bora, Sydney, Bali and the Taj Mahal in India. The cost is pricey at $119,000 per person based on double occupancy. If you go by yourself, there’s an additional charge of 11-thousand dollars.
For those more interested in the arts, the Four Seasons has a 16-day trip focused on European museums and theatres in cities such as Paris, St. Petersburg and Lisbon. This trip includes a backstage pass to Milan’s Teatro alla Scala and a performance of Mozart’s Don Giovanni in Prague. The total price is $69,000 per person based on double occupancy.
It is also offering a 24-day trip that starts in Seattle and ends in New York, making stops in places such as Tokyo, Beijing and the Maldives. This trip includes a stay at a safari lodge in the Serenget, and a visit to a medina in Marrakech, Morroco. The Four Seasons emphasizes the price includes rooms, airfare and all meals.
So far, Toronto isn’t on any of the scheduled tours.
Toronto is not on any scheduled tours so far.