Did not seem like a Four Seasons hotel.
Posted Apr 19, 2017
When my taxi pulled in to the main entrance, the bellman opened the door and asked if I needed help with my bag - when I said no, he left it at that. In my previous hotel, in the Wynn Palace in Macau, the bellmen would not ask such a question - they would simply take the bag first to registration and then to the room. When I reached the registration area on the second floor, it looked rather dark and dull and in need of some refurbishing. On getting to my floor, the corridors seemed narrow and more like a small motel than a five star hotel. My room was not particularly large, although it was clean and comfortable enough. In my further interactions with the staff at the registration desk, they were pleasant and courteous - no problem there. My expectations may have been raised too high by my unusually good experience of the Wynn Palace hotel in Macau the previous day, but overall I did not see this hotel as living up to what I think of as a Four Seasons standard. (I have previously stayed at the Four Seasons in Sydney, Australia).