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The 20 Best Four Seasons Properties for Less Than $400 per Night

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Four Seasons is one of the world’s most famous and exclusive luxury hotel brands.

Since it opened its first property in Toronto, Canada in the 1960s, Four Seasons has morphed into one of the world’s most recognizable luxury brands in the world.

Today, the chain has over 120 properties in locations all around the world, so you have more options than ever to enjoy legendary Four Seasons luxury and service, whether you’re looking for a high-end vacation or you’re a corporate road warrior in search of amenities that will make you forget you’re away from home.

Of course, the Four Seasons experience doesn’t come cheap — unless you know where to look. And that’s exactly what we’re going to do in this guide. Today, we’ll show you the best Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts you can book for less than $400 per night.

We’ve got a lot of ground to cover, so let’s get right to it!

The 20 Best Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts for Less Than $400 per Night

In this guide, we limited our search to Four Seasons properties with excellent reviews (4.5-stars or higher on TripAdvisor and Google Reviews).

We also focused on those with the lowest off-peak and standard rates — there are few properties you can book during peak season dates for less than $400, so if you like to travel in the “shoulder” season, this guide will be especially relevant to you.

Finally, you’ll notice that most of the properties are located abroad, though there are still a couple of Four Seasons hotels in the U.S. that can be booked at this price point! Let’s take a look at our featured properties.

Hot Tip: Many Four Seasons properties participate in the American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts program, which can get you elite-like perks and add a ton of value to your stay.

1. Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip (Macau)

Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip
Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Macao (or Macau) is the gambling capital of Asia, and the Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip is one of the best luxury hotels in town. It’s just 2 miles from the Macau International Airport (MFM), 3 miles from Hac Sa Beach, and a little more than a mile from the Taipa Houses Museum.

Standard rooms at this property measure at least 495 square feet, and offer either city or pool views. You’ll also enjoy the plush king bed, spacious sitting area with comfortable chairs, sleek wood floors, a private bar, coffee and tea machines, and a traditional desk.

Bathrooms are marble-clad and outfitted with double vanities, a walk-in rain shower, a separate soaking tub with a television mounted within the wall, a separate walk-in closet, plush bathrobes and slippers, and high-end toiletries.

The hotel offers numerous options for eating and drinking, including a Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant, a ramen shop, an all-day international eatery, a buffet restaurant, and a poolside restaurant and bar.

You can also enjoy any of the 5 outdoor pools, recharge with a spa treatment or a visit to the sauna or steam rooms, or get a workout in at the full-service gym.

Despite being arguably one of the most glamorous properties in the entire portfolio, the Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip can cost as little as $130 per night during off-peak dates. However, standard and peak rates hover around $300 and $630 per night, respectively.

2. Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy ONE (India)

Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy ONE
Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy ONE. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy ONE is situated in the heart of India’s tech capital, just 3 miles from Bangalore Palace and 18 miles from Bangalore International Airport (BLR).

This urban resort’s standard rooms measure 452 square feet and boast city views and modern design themes.

Within each room, you’ll find a lavish bed complete with down duvets and pillows, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows. Other amenities include a personal bar, a coffee machine, a desk, and a relaxing sitting area.

The spa-like marble bathrooms include a soaking tub, a single vanity, and a separate walk-in shower. Other touches include a separate water closet, bathrobes, and designer toiletries.

Dining options include a signature Asian brasserie, Italian grill and pizzeria, a late-night cocktail bar, a lobby whisky lounge, a poolside bar, and in-room dining.

You’ll also find a serene terrace and garden, as well as a luxurious spa, an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and plenty of space for meetings and events.

Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy ONE can be booked for around $160 per night during the low season, $200 per night during the standard season, and up to $230 per night during the high season.

3. Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur is one of the most consistently affordable Four Seasons properties out there. And it has a great location in Malaysia’s capital — it’s just 2 minutes on foot from the landmark Petronas Towers, 2 miles from the Central Market, and a 10-minute walk to the nearest metro station.

The rooms offer at least 563 square feet of space and have a mid-century modern design with floor-to-ceiling windows that let in tons of natural light. In-room amenities include a couch, a private bar, a Nespresso machine, a desk, and, of course, panoramic skyline views.

The marble bathrooms are equipped with a walk-in rain shower, a soaking tub, double vanities, a separate make-up vanity, bathrobes, slippers, and high-end toiletries.

There’s no shortage of dining options here — they include a signature Cantonese restaurant, an international buffet, a casual lobby lounge, a signature cocktail bar with city views, and a Middle Eastern pool bar and grill. There’s even an executive lounge!

Elsewhere on the property, you can enjoy the spa, full-service salon, 24/7 business center, boutique, and outdoor pool.

This hotel can be booked for as little as $165 per night during the offseason. During peak times, you’ll pay as much as $430 per night, though the average is around $200 per night.

4. Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta (Indonesia)

Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta
Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta. Image Credit: Four Seasons

If you’re visiting Indonesia’s capital city, you’ll be able to take your pick of an array of affordable luxury hotels, and the Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta is no exception. Its central location means it’s just a short 10-minute drive to the SCBD (Sudirman Central Business District), which is a huge plus in this traffic-ridden city.

This all-suite property‘s standard rooms start at 667 square feet and offer a choice of 1 king bed or 2 queen beds. Rooms have city views, high ceilings, a sitting room, and a desk. There’s also a private bar, Illy coffee and tea machine, a walk-in closet, 2 TVs, and a Bose sound system.

In the chic bathrooms, you’ll find a soaking tub, a walk-in rain shower, a water closet, double vanities, a lighted make-up mirror, bathrobes, and luxury toiletries.

There are signature Indonesian and Italian restaurants, a Jules Verne-themed cocktail bar, and a Tiffany-blue patisserie serving up delightful confections. You can also enjoy coffee from the espresso bar or lighter bites at the poolside bar.

Other amenities you’ll find include a spa, a pool terrace, a library, a 24/7 fitness center, an art gallery, a business center, and event space.

Perhaps the best thing of all is that you’ll pretty much never pay more than $400 per night to stay here. Even at peak times, rates are around $300 per night, with standard and off-peak dates costing around $200 and $175 per night, respectively.

5. Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogotá (Colombia)

Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota
Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogotá. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogotá is one of 2 Four Seasons properties in the Colombian capital. This small but luxurious hotel is housed in a Spanish colonial mansion dating to 1946 and is nestled away from the hectic city center. But it’s also just 2 miles from the bustling 93 Park shopping district and Estadio El Campín.

Base rooms are relatively tight at 258 square feet, but they’re outfitted with a sumptuous queen bed and floor-to-ceiling windows, which make the space feel larger. Other in-room amenities include a Nespresso coffee machine, a bar, and free Wi-Fi.

The sleek marble bathroom has a large rain shower, bathrobes, slippers, a single vanity, and Loto del Sur products.

The property’s sole dining outlet happens to be a full-service signature restaurant and bar serving tapas-style dishes, though there is a small cafe at which you can grab your morning coffee.

You’ll also find a luxurious spa with a steam room and a fitness center, as well as meeting and event spaces.

Rates start at around $180 per night during the low season, average around $350 per night during the standard season, and go as high as $485 per night in peak times.

6. Four Seasons Hotel Sydney (Australia)

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Despite its high-end name and incredible location in Sydney’s Central Business District next to Circular Quay and The Rocks district, the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is one of the best-priced luxury hotels in the city.

This classic hotel has harbor views and overlooks the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge — it’s also less than a mile from the Sydney Opera House!

Standard rooms measure a cozy 280 square feet in size and offer incredible skyline views. You’ll also find a king-size bed, a desk, an in-room bar, and a window sill suitable for sitting and taking in the incredible views.

The marble bathrooms have a single vanity, a walk-in shower, and a soaking tub. You’ll also find soft bathrobes, slippers, and Christian Lacroix bath amenities.

With regard to dining, the hotel offers a signature Australian restaurant, a casual cocktail bar, and a pool bar and restaurant. In addition, this property has a business center, a spa, an outdoor pool, a full gym, and plenty of meeting space.

Somewhat surprisingly, one of Australia’s most prominent city hotels can be booked at a price point of $200 to $400 per night!

Hot Tip: Learn about the best ways to fly to Australia with points and miles in our detailed guide!

7. Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island (U.A.E.)

Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island
Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Maryah Island is an oasis of pure luxury with 34 stories of elegance and internal access to The Galleria mall.

This luxury property housed in a shimmering skyscraper offers standard rooms with a minimum of 420 square feet of space and a choice of 1 king bed or 2 double beds.

Each room includes high-end bedding, a desk, coffee and tea machines, a minibar, floor-to-ceiling windows, and high-tech amenities.

Full-marble bathrooms feature double vanities, a separate walk-in shower, an oversized soaking tub, terry bathrobes, plush slippers, and luxurious bath products.

There are a whopping 7 options for dining and drinking, ranging from a signature steakhouse to an American-style food truck.

In addition, this urban retreat has complimentary access to the Cove Beach entertainment district, a full spa, an outdoor pool, and space for meetings and events.

Although this Four Seasons can go for a pretty penny during holidays and other peak times (expect to pay around $1,300 per night), rooms during off-peak and standard times go for around $200 and $300 per night, respectively.

8. Four Seasons Hotel Amman (Jordan)

Four Seasons Hotel Amman
Four Seasons Hotel Amman. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Hotel Amman is widely thought to be the best luxury hotel in Jordan’s capital, and it offers a great location just 1 mile from Albaraka Mall and 4 miles from King Abdullah I Mosque.

Each room measures at least 485 square feet and comes with a king bed or 2 twin beds, plus a daybed, oversized picture windows with city views, and posh linens.

The full marble bathroom houses a walk-in shower, a separate bathtub, a single vanity, and an LED-backlit mirror. Relax in the provided cotton bathrobes, slippers, and amenities from Bulgari.

Enjoy a fine-dining feast at the signature French brasserie or 2 additional full-service restaurants. Grab a bite at the lobby lounge or sip an artisanal cocktail in the speakeasy.

Other amenities include a Romanesque outdoor pool and a gym that even features a squash court! There’s also an indoor pool, a hot tub, a complimentary juice bar, and a spa with a sauna.

This classic property is bookable for as little as $210 per night during the off-peak season, around $250 per night during the standard season, and as much as around $300 per night during the high season.

9. Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca (Morrocco)

Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca
Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Casablanca, Morocco’s oceanfront is dazzling — and the Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca takes full advantage with a fantastic location overlooking Lalla Meryem Beach and the northern Atlantic Ocean.

Standard rooms at this beautiful hotel provide 506 square feet of interior space in addition to 108 square feet of outdoor space on the furnished balcony. Rooms come either with 1 king bed or 2 twin beds, floor-to-ceiling windows, a desk, a minibar, a Nespresso machine, Moroccan teas, and more.

The centerpiece of each marble-clad bathroom is a soaking tub, but it also has a walk-in shower, a single vanity, a water closet, and Bulgari toiletries.

When you get hungry, pick between a signature Mediterranean restaurant, a poolside restaurant, or an all-day lobby lounge.

Other hotel amenities include an outdoor pool, jacuzzi, spa with steam rooms, kids’ club, and versatile meeting spaces.

Rates at this hotel range from around $250 per night to about $330 per night.

10. Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas (Nevada)

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The first U.S. Four Seasons property we’ll highlight also happens to be the chain’s most affordable option within the country (generally). The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is attached to Mandalay Bay and is 2 miles from the Harry Reid International Airport (LAS).

One of the few non-gaming hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, this property’s rooms start at 500 square feet and feature 1 king bed, a desk, and a chaise with views of the surrounding desert through the floor-to-ceiling windows. You’ll also find coffee and tea machines and a minibar with drinks and snacks available for purchase.

The property’s 4 dining options include an all-day American restaurant and bar, a craft cocktail lounge, and a poolside bar.

Get a treatment at the spa, sweat it out at the gym, or simply relax at the outdoor pools with private cabana rentals (for an extra fee). There’s also a 24/7 business center and expansive event facilities.

The most affordable Four Seasons hotel in the U.S. costs around $260 per night during the low season, $350 per night on average, and up to $1,100 per night during the high season.

Hot Tip: Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is overall also one of our top-ranked Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts in the U.S. See the full guide for our complete list of recommendations!

11. Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza (Egypt)

Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza
Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza overlooks the mighty Nile River and is less than 2 miles from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo (a new museum is set to open in Giza, just outside of Cairo, in 2022) and Cairo Opera House.

This iconic property’s standard rooms measure 495 square feet and feature 1 king bed or 2 twin beds, a desk, comfortable places to sit, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

In the bathroom, you’ll find double vanities, a water closet, a soaking bathtub, a walk-in shower, and marble tiling.

There are a total of 3 full-service restaurants, 4 cocktail bars, a coffee shop, and a shisha (hookah) lounge.

Additionally, this property has a spa with a variety of ancillary facilities, including a sauna, a hot tub, a hammam, and an indoor pool. Lastly, take a stroll in the rooftop garden with 3 outdoor pools or get a workout in at the gym.

Enjoy luxury in Egypt’s capital from $260 per night during the off-peak season. Average rates are around $500 per night, while they can jump to around $875 per night during popular times.

12. Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Located just a block from Singapore‘s famous Orchard Road is one of the city’s most luxurious hotels: the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore. This property is a quick 4-minute walk from the nearest subway station and 4 miles from the iconic Marina Bay Sands.

You’ll find spacious rooms with 527 square feet of real estate and a choice of 1 king bed or 2 twin beds. The sitting area consists of an informal dining table, 2 chairs, and a chaise lounge. Other in-room amenities include a Bose Bluetooth speaker system, Lavazza coffee and tea machine, and a full bar.

Bathrooms are equipped with a walk-in rainfall shower, double vanities, a soaking tub, and floor-to-ceiling mocha marble tiling. If the provided terry bathrobes aren’t your cup of tea, you can request yukata robes (similar to kimonos) instead.

The property’s food and beverage options include a French fusion steakhouse, an alfresco terrace restaurant, an authentic Cantonese restaurant, and a craft cocktail bar.

Be sure to utilize the spa, gym, whirlpool, tennis courts, and outdoor pools. Meeting and event space can be booked here, too.

Rates start from about $260 per night, average rates hover around $300, and peak-season nights can go for as much as $900 per night.

13. Four Seasons Resort Whistler (Canada)

Four Seasons Resort Whistler
Four Seasons Resort Whistler. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Looking for classic Four Seasons luxury in the heart of Canada’s ski capital? Look no further than the Four Seasons Resort Whistler, which is an 8-minute walk from Whistler Blackcomb and a 15-minute walk from Whistler Mountain Bike Park.

Rooms start at 520 square feet and feature courtyard or forest views. The rooms lean into their mountain setting, with wood design touches, a gas fireplace, and a cozy sitting area.

The bathrooms have a long backlit mirror, double vanities, a soaking tub, and a rain shower. Amenities are provided by L’Occitane.

It’s easy to satisfy your inner foodie here at the contemporary steakhouse or the vibrant tavern.

There’s a heated outdoor pool with hot tubs, a top-notch spa, a ski concierge, a 24/7 gym, a resort shuttle, a house car, a business center, and meeting and event space.

This luxurious Canadian resort has huge rate fluctuations — rooms can be had for as little as $270 per night, but rates skyrocket to as much as $2,800 per night during the ski season. On average, you can expect to pay about $400 per night.

14. Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai (Thailand)

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai screams “off-the-beaten-path luxury.” Nestled among rice terraces, this sanctuary resort offers secluded luxury in a beautiful setting.

The standard room at this property is a standalone pavilion with garden views and provides 750 square feet of space with either 1 king or 2 twin beds.

Thanks to the spacious floor plan, each room features a larger sitting area and thoughtful amenities like a personal bar, a coffee and tea machine, and a desk — but the best part is the outdoor garden and terrace!

In each bathroom, you’ll find double vanities, a walk-in shower, a soaking tub, and premium toiletries.

There are plenty of dining options at this property, including a traditional farm-to-table experience, a northern Thai restaurant, street-food-style options, or casual fare at the cocktail bar. You can also book private-dining experiences.

Check out the 3 outdoor pools, the spa, the hot tub, and the handful of unique cultural experiences you can book through the concierge.

You can find rooms during the off-peak season from about $275 per night, while peak-season nights can go for as much as $1,450 per night. On average, you can expect to pay around $400 per night.

15. Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff, Johannesburg (South Africa)

Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff, Johannesburg
Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff, Johannesburg. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff, Johannesburg is a hillside retreat away from the hectic center of “Joburg.” But that doesn’t mean it’s far from major sights — it’s 2 miles from Constitution Hill and 3 miles from Johannesburg Botanical Garden.

Standard rooms are at least 388 square feet and have 1 king bed or 2 twin beds. You’ll also find a minifridge, coffee and tea machines, and free Wi-Fi.

The hotel’s signature restaurant features South African fine dining, while the outdoor lounge and bar serves up lighter bites.

There’s a family pool, spa with a 25-meter lap pool (adults-only), gym, hot tub, steam room, sauna, 24/7 business center, and even an on-site jogging trail to boot!

During the off-peak season, you’ll pay around $280 per night, and during peak season you’ll spend about $500 per night. On average, though, nights should cost about $400 per night.

16. Four Seasons Hotel Seoul (South Korea)

Four Seasons Hotel Seoul
Four Seasons Hotel Seoul. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Right in the heart of South Korea‘s buzzing capital lies the state-of-the-art Four Seasons Hotel Seoul, which boasts perfect views of the city from its guest rooms through floor-to-ceiling windows. It’s just a 3-minute walk from the nearest metro station and is surrounded by historic sites and the intoxicating energy of the city.

Spacious and stylish rooms start at 480 square feet and have comfort and privacy in spades. Each room has a customizable mattress, a desk, and a coffee/tea machine. You’ll also be provided with an in-room iPad, a minibar, and high-tech amenities for optimal connectivity.

The bathrooms are outfitted with a rain shower, a vanity with a built-in TV, and a soaking tub with city views, as well as Lorenzo Villoresi Firenze toiletries.

There are 7 restaurants and bars available at the hotel, as well as 3 pools, a full gym, a full-service spa, a sauna, a salon, a flower boutique, a business center, and a kids’ club.

It’s hard to book a better property in Seoul than this one — prices will be around $280 per night on the low end, $400 on average, and up to $700 per night on the high end.

17. Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City (Mexico)

Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City
Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City. Image Credit: Four Seasons

This prestigious, hacienda-style Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City is surrounded by lush greenery and set along the iconic Paseo de la Reforma, roughly 6 miles from Mexico City International Airport (MEX). It’s also a mile from Museo Nacional de Antropología and less than a mile from Chapultepec Park.

Standard rooms measure 537 square feet and feature a luxurious king bed, contemporary decor, and a balcony with views of the courtyard or gardens. You’ll also find a private bar, a Nespresso machine, a desk, and a sitting area with a couch.

The full marble bathrooms contain a built-in TV in the mirror, a soaking tub, a walk-in rain shower, terry bathrobes, plush slippers, and high-end toiletries.

The hotel has 2 full-service restaurants, 2 lounges, a rooftop pool, a full-service spa, a gym, a business center, babysitting and pet services, and on-site boutiques.

This property can be pricey, with off-peak nights costing around $350 per night, around $500 for a standard night, and up to $1,300 per night during popular times.

18. Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River (Thailand)

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River
Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River. Image Credit: Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is a luxurious oasis in the bustling Thai capital. It has an ideal location surrounded by high-end shopping and dining within the Chao Phraya Estate.

Each room has 538 square feet of space, floor-to-ceiling windows, and soaring ceilings, allowing tons of natural light to stream in. Entry-level rooms provide a choice between 1 king bed or 2 twin beds and offer courtyard views. Rooms also sport a desk, a small dining table, an in-room tablet, and a minibar.

In the bathroom, you’ll find deluxe bath amenities, thick bathrobes, double vanities, a gorgeous soaking tub, a separate walk-in rain shower, and a water closet.

In terms of dining, you can choose between 3 signature restaurants, a cocktail bar, a lobby lounge, or a poolside restaurant and bar.

Don’t forget to enjoy the 30-meter lap pool, a gym, 2 outdoor infinity pools at the Chao Phraya riverfront, and a spa featuring a wellness center. The property also includes a salon, nail bar, art space, kids’ club, and plenty of meeting and event space (including a grand ballroom).

Nights during the low season go for as little as $360 per night. The standard season isn’t much more expensive at around $400 per night. However, during popular times you could pay up to $975 per night.

19. Four Seasons Residence Club Aviara, North San Diego (California)

Four Seasons Residence Club Aviara, North San Diego
Four Seasons Residence Club Aviara, North San Diego. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Among a stretch of beautiful beaches and some of the best golf courses in America just 30 minutes north of San Diego lies the Four Seasons Residence Club Aviara, North San Diego. This property is near some popular sights in the area — LEGOLAND California Resort is just 15 minutes away, and you can get to Birch Aquarium in about 30 minutes.

The standard guestrooms measure 425 square feet and have 1 king bed with a sofabed. They also feature a spacious sitting area, a private balcony, expansive views, and a kitchenette.

Bathrooms offer a soaking tub, double vanities, a walk-in rain shower, a wall-mounted make-up mirror, bathrobes, and luxury toiletries.

For food and drink, there’s a signature farm-to-table restaurant, a poolside bar, an alfresco grill (also poolside), a coffee bar, and in-room dining.

Amenities include a spa, 2 heated pools, a separate kids’ pool, jacuzzis, fire pits, barbecue grills, 2 state-of-the-art fitness centers, beach equipment and rentals, and access to the Aviara Golf Course.

This Californian golf resort costs around $400 per night during the low season, $500 per night on average, and up to $1,375 per night during the peak season.

20. Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas (Texas)

Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas
Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas. Image Credit: Four Seasons

Last but not least, we have the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas. This sprawling urban resort offers 5-star luxuries and is just 1 mile from the Irving Arts Center, among other attractions.

Standard rooms measure 420 square feet and have a private balcony, a large wardrobe, a desk, and a plush king bed. You’ll also find floor-to-ceiling windows that provide views of the surrounding Cottonwood Valley.

Each marble-clad bathroom features a separate tub, a shower, a water closet, a single vanity, bathrobes, and L’Occitane toiletries.

What makes this hotel spectacular are the facilities and amenities, starting with the amazing restaurants. The signature restaurant offers bold Texas cuisine, while the 2 other options consist of a cocktail lounge and a poolside bar.

Standout amenities include an 18-hole championship golf course, 3 pools (including a 75-foot saltwater indoor pool), a high-end sports club with personal trainers, 12 hard-surface tennis courts (4 of which are indoors), and a full-service spa.

You’ll pay around $400 per night during off-peak dates, but up to around $1,000 during peak times. On average, you can expect to pay around $500 per night.

Final Thoughts

From Malaysia to Las Vegas, your options to stay in a high-end Four Seasons for $400 or less per night are plentiful.

Some of these properties will charge a higher premium during popular times, but theoretically, you should be able to find rates at any of these properties for less than $400 per night at some point in the year.

So, keep an eye on the rates for the hotels above and enjoy a high-end Four Seasons stay for less!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Four Seasons worth it?

It depends. Four Seasons has a fiercely loyal customer base and is known for delivering luxurious stays and impressive service for those who can afford it. Ultimately, the decision is up to you, but many people around the world believe Four Seasons is worth it.

What are the cheapest Four Seasons hotels?

We’ve found that the 5 cheapest Four Seasons hotels are:

  • Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip
  • Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy ONE
  • Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur
  • Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta
  • Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogotá

Is the Four Seasons expensive?

Four Seasons definitely falls comfortably in the luxury hotel category, and thus, rooms can be expensive. But, if you pick the right property, you could pay well under $400 per night.

What chain is Four Seasons?

Four Seasons is its own hotel chain. There are Four Seasons properties in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the South Pacific.

How many Four Seasons are there in the world?

Currently, there are over 120 properties worldwide that are either open now or scheduled to open in the near future.

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