Four Seasons Bags More Michelin Stars


The culinary world’s most revered list has just been revealed, and once again chefs, sommeliers and craftspeople from Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts worldwide are breaking new ground with contemporary restaurant concepts and an unwavering passion for quality and innovation.

With the release of the Michelin Guide France earlier this year, Four Seasons maintains its position as one of the most Michelin-starred hotel companies with 29 Michelin Stars at 20 restaurants globally.

“Exceptional dining continues to be at the heart of Four Seasons,” says Christian Clerc, President, Global Operations, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “More than ever, global travellers and locals are searching for one-of-a-kind culinary experiences, and our incredible chefs, mixologists and sommeliers are meeting this desire head on with unmatched creativity and passion, redefining the restaurant and bar offering at Four Seasons worldwide.”

“This year’s honour by the renowned Michelin Guide is a testament to the global strength, talent and diversity of our teams,” continues Clerc. “We are incredibly proud of the talented craftspeople whose dedication to innovation and creativity bring the Four Seasons experience to life at our growing collection of restaurants, bars and lounges.”

Continuing its celebration of great food and drink, Four Seasons also recently introduced #FSMasterdish, highlighting the dishes and drinks that are most loved and photographed by its guests, along with the culinary innovators who create them. Each #FSMasterdish showcases flavour mastery, passion and technique, representing some of Four Seasons most iconic menu items. Firmly solidifying the company’s commitment to exceptional restaurants and bars, #FSMasterdish provides an additional stage for many of Four Seasons Michelin-starred chefs to create, connecting them to guests, followers and locals from around the world.