In an Instagram post published on their official account, the luxury hotel chain explained that, during the beginning of 2021, the “Mediterranean landmark” will embark on a transformational journey.
For the time being, the hotel will continue its temporary closure. However, the establishment remained optimistic about its comeback in Spring of 2022, saying that they “will bloom again with a refreshed look that reflects the beauty and vibrancy of Beirut.”
Established in 1961, the Four Seasons Hotel is well-renowned for its single-minded dedication to meeting the highest of standards in the hospitality industry.
The Four Seasons Hotel in Beirut employed over a hundred workers, who were left to deal with the crippling economy just like half of the population that is currently living under the poverty line.
This positive development comes after 30% percent of private sector businesses already closed this year in Beirut alone, with even more closures outside of the capital.
Among the other hotels that were destroyed in the August 4th explosion are the Hilton Downtown, which will be receiving guests on New Year Eve, and the award-winning Le Gray Hotel, which has announced its reopening for early 2021.