Double Forbes Five-Star ratings for Four Seasons Kuwait – Travel And Tour World

The Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait at Burj Alshaya has once again received the esteemed Forbes Five-Star Award, marking the second consecutive year it has been recognized for its exceptional hotel and spa services.

As the pioneering establishment to introduce the esteemed Forbes recognition to Kuwait, the hotel has once again secured dual Forbes Five-Star ratings (Hotel and Spa), reinforcing its dominance as a luxury leader in the region.

For over six decades, Forbes has remained the sole independent international standard for luxury hotels, restaurants, and spas, utilizing a rigorous evaluation process by incognito inspectors based on 900 specific criteria. This system prioritizes exceptional guest experiences and highly personalized service, with a strong emphasis on sustainability.

“It’s truly an honour to be at the helm of a Hotel that is pioneering such a unique, forward-looking approach to Five-Star hospitality in the Arabian Gulf,” comments General Manager Martin Kipping. “To have achieved our second Forbes Five-Star rating is testament to the legacy that can be created when a curated vision of luxury and wellbeing also places responsible hospitality at its heart.”

The Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait at Burj Alshaya showcases exceptional commitment to sustainable luxury in the desert, highlighted by numerous green initiatives. The hotel boasts an on-site water treatment and bottling facility, electric car charging stations for guests, and rigorous waste management and recycling efforts. Furthermore, its commitment to a plastic-free environment and support for local products significantly reduces environmental impact.

The hotel’s spa is a sanctuary of wellness, offering advanced treatments and eco-friendly products amidst luxurious settings, including a lavish Moroccan hammam and an impressive pool offering stunning views of Kuwait.

A standout feature noted by Forbes Inspectors is the rooftop restaurants’ design, inspired by the four elements. This includes a living green wall representing earth, an outdoor terrace for wind, the water-themed Asian restaurant Sintoho, and Dai Forni, an Italian restaurant that channels fire with its striking copper wood-fired ovens.

This vision of luxury extends to the hotel’s art and design, featuring interiors by Yabu Pushelberg and architecture by Gensler, showcasing unique local art and installations like the “Stairway to Heaven,” a 43-foot illuminated spiral staircase. The hotel also offers air-conditioned cabanas and guest rooms adorned with heritage colors reflecting the desert landscape, as highlighted in the Forbes report.

Looking forward, the hotel team is excited to continue elevating their offerings of thoughtful and sustainable luxury experiences into 2024 and beyond.

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