Four Seasons has suspended direct management of hotels in Russia. RBC writes about this with reference to the representative of Four Seasons in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
“In light of rapidly evolving restrictions, Four Seasons has suspended direct management services for Four Seasons Hotel Moscow and Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg, which have continued to operate independently under their current name since July 6,” he said, adding that the hotels continue to welcome customers.
The representative of Four Seasons clarified that due to technical limitations, thelegendofmoscow.com and lionpalacehotel.com, which represent Russian Four Seasons hotels, were created independent of the corporate platform.
Hotels in Moscow and St. Petersburg have disappeared from the Four Seasons global portal, but employees of both hotels told the publication that they will continue to operate under the Four Seasons brand.
The first Four Seasons hotel in Russia was a hotel in St. Petersburg, which was opened in 2013 in the restored mansion of Prince Lobanov-Rostovsky on Isaakiivska Square.