Ten Trinity Square is a 1920s Grade ll* Listed building that served as the headquarters for the Port of London Authority which comprises a distinctive collection of spaces harmoniously arranged to provide the very best of places to live, stay and meet. This landmark building designed by Sir Edwin Cooper in an iconic Beaux Arts style is located next to the Tower of London and overlooks London's Tower Bridge and the river Thames. Ten Trinity Square comprises Four Seasons Hotel London, Four Seasons managed residences and a Private Members' Club. The Four Seasons Hotel (now open) includes 100 guest rooms and suites, restaurants, bars and spa with impeccable services. The Asian restaurant will offer Chinese and Japanese dishes and the French restaurant will offer fine dining under the direction of three Michelin starred chef, Anne-Sophie Pic. The Private Members' Club will include the Chateau Latour Discovery Room, the Chateau Latour Dining Room and a magnificent ballroom. The spacious and highly specified luxury residences range in size from one to five bedroom apartments. Each of the residences will be of exceptional quality set in a contemporary yet classical style. Residents will enjoy superlative Four Seasons services and benefit from all the amenities of the Four Seasons Hotel London.