Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait at Burj Alshaya

Modern luxury in the heart of the city

From its glamorous “Stairway to Heaven” (an illuminated 43-foot spiral staircase) to its contemporary, one-of-a-kind art, Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait at Burj Alshaya emanates style.

It starts from the minute you arrive. Upon entering, your eyes are met with the dazzle of a giant hand-cut crystal chandelier suspended from the ceiling surrounded by cascading golden rings. It continues in the guest rooms with oak herringbone floors and bathrooms with streaked marble floors and gray-mosaic-tiled walls. Stroll around the grand hotel to admire the unique art collection, one of the most popular pieces being the hand-painted bronze Etymology of the Baroque by British artist Marc Quinn.

Then take a break and enjoy the chic atmosphere of Al Soor lounge, relax in air-conditioned cabanas by the infinity pool, ascend to a buzzing rooftop or wander the lush adjacent parkland.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Air-conditioned poolside cabanas are a highlight of the Kuwait hotel. Couples especially appreciate dining on Australian wagyu burgers and other international dishes from Al Bandar while watching the sun set over the city.
  • Guest rooms are decorated in rich patterns, mixing modern edges with touches of traditional colors reminiscent of the flowing desert sands. All units include a deep, relaxing freestanding tub and cooling rain showers.
  • After a shopping-filled day, opt for a calming session from the spa. Indulge in the palatial Moroccan hammam, complete with heated marble floors and convex walls, or a cooling swim in the grand pool with amazing views of Kuwait.
  • The lush green gardens of Al Shaheed Park, the city’s largest urban park, are just a stone’s throw away from the hotel.
  • The rooftop restaurants include a four-element theme: a green living wall between restaurants represents the earth; Al Bandar’s beautiful terrace symbolizes wind; Asian restaurant Sintoho depicts water; and the sleek Dai Forni conjures fire with its shining copper wood-burning ovens.

Things to Know

  • The outdoor pool permits kids accompanied by an adult. However, the indoor pool does not allow children under 16 years old.
  • Be sure to book ahead on weekends and public holidays.
  • During the summer, cool down at the outdoor pool. If the weather forecast doesn’t look promising, opt for the indoor pool, Jacuzzi and an array of restaurants instead.
  • Families with children will love Fereej Club, a desert-themed retreat designed especially for adventure. A water fountain feature is great for the summer while PlayStation games and craft-making sessions will keep kids entertained any time of the year.

The Rooms

  • All rooms in the luxury hotel are bathed in beiges and browns with a pop of burnt orange representing the setting sun. They also include a working area, a small seating section with a couch and table, an ornate standalone tub and a separate shower set against gray marble.
  • The State and Royal suites are top-of-the-line grandeur spread across more than 4,000 square feet. Inside you’ll find luxurious furniture, a master bedroom overlooking Al Shahid park, a steam room and huge city-view bathtub, a gym, a high-tech media room and adjoining rooms that allow even more people to bask in the warm spaces.
  • Bulgari bath products are found throughout the rooms while fragrant Jo Malone toiletries grace the Signature suites.
  • With 284 rooms, 67 of them suites, spread out over 21 floors, there’s a wide range of choices. For the best views, choose accommodations overlooking the Kuwait skyline. And, of course, the higher you go, the better the panorama of the city’s glowing, orange-and-purple sunsets.

The Restaurants

  • For a taste of Italy, visit rooftop restaurant Dai Forni. Rustic pizzas fresh from the wood-fired ovens, handmade pastas using semolina shipped from Italy and sea bass caught in Greece and then cooked in a salted shell served table side are a few of the sumptuous dishes you can try.
  • Far East Asian flavors can be savored at Sintoho. Seven live cooking stations, including two dedicated to teppanyaki; a robata grill; a sushi bar; a dim sum section; and teaology counter are all framed by panoramic floor-to-ceiling city views with indoor and outdoor seating.

  • Early risers will enjoy Elements’ sun-kissed international buffet served by friendly staff catering to your every need. Surrounded by flowing crisscrossed bands of deep walnut and geometric-patterned stone floors, the clean décor and park vista will take your breath away. Other reasons to dine here: extended weekend breakfasts, a fully equipped kids room and an enticing buffet.

  • Al Bandar is a hit with young locals looking for an upscale but chilled atmosphere. Listen to the live DJ while sampling international dishes, shisha and mocktails. If you’re visiting during the cooler months, someone from the Four Seasons team will provide you with a light blanket and fire-lit heater to keep you warm. For those celebrating a romantic occasion, dine in a butler-serviced outdoor private cabana overlooking the infinity pool.

24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Fitness classes
House car
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Getting There
Al Soor Street, Al Mirqab, Kuwait City, PO Box 735 Safat 13008, Kuwait
NeighborhoodAl Shaheed Park
KWI (14-24 min)  
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