“The hotel sector in Kuwait blends the traditions of Kuwaiti hospitality with contemporary style. While the sector continues to support a high proportion of business travelers coming from the Gulf and internationally, leisure tourism is on the rise; in fact, leisure travel spending is expected to increase by four percent per year through to 2027, according to the World Travel and Tourism Council’s 2017 report,” said Didier Jardin, general manager of the newly opened Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait at Burj Alshaya.
According to him, Kuwait has much to offer to both business and leisure tourists: from a diverse array of traditional attractions to extraordinary shopping and a much-admired food scene championed by local chefs with great talent.
“In the years to come, Kuwait will only strengthen its position as a leading tourism destination with something for everyone. Through Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait at Burj Alshaya, we are excited to showcase the destination in a new light and draw attention to the essence of Kuwaiti hospitality.”
The hotel features 284 guest rooms and suites, five restaurant and lounge concepts, event spaces, and numerous leisure facilities, including a two-story spa and fitness center, and indoor and outdoor pools.
To know more about Four Seasons in Kuwait and tourism in the country in general, stay tuned to our interviewed with Mr. Jardin in Hospitality News magazine’s issue 116.