FOUR’s Instagram Stories 2017

During 2017, FOUR will be working alongsideluxury hotels, including our esteemed partners such as Palazzo Versace Dubai, Bulgari, Armani and Set Hotels, to bring you an exclusive look insidethe properties via FOUR’s popular instagram profile.

Each hotel will take over the FOUR account for a day to show you 360 degree view of all that the hotel has to offer. The instagram stories will give you a sneak peek into what you can expect from areas such as F&B, spas, entertainment, interior design, packages and experiences, plus much more.

Nextup in the exclusive takeover serieswill be theHotel Café Royal in the heart of London. On January 19th the glamorous hotel will take over theFOUR instagram account to give you an first-hand look at everything this award-winning hotel has to offer.

This luxury hotel in Londonenjoys an unrivalled setting, where the elegance of Mayfair, energy of Soho and sophistication of St. James combine. It’s where history, culture, business and the stage are just steps away. That’s one reason why, for 150 years, people who make a difference have made their way through these doors. For Oscar Wilde and Muhammad Ali, Winston Churchill and David Bowie, David Chipperfield and Albert Adrià, Hotel Café Royal has always beenthevibrant living room of London, the place to convene, converse and celebrate.

Conceived by John Nash in the early 1800’s, Regent Street has a unified design, unusual for London. Originally called New Street, the Georgian thoroughfare was dedicated to the Prince Regent, who later became George IV. When the Café Royal opened at its southern end in 1865, the now famous sweeping, colonnaded Nash terrace was still relatively novel and continues to be a signature feature in central London.

Dining here may be the one topic London’s famous poets and politicians always agree on. Theirlegendary Regent Street address has long been the capital’s hub for fine food, wine and conversation. Oscar Wilde chose the Café Royal, and its unmatched wine selection, for his salon, while Winston Churchill favoured thesteaks, stilton and champagne. Even those who differed on most things, came together here to enjoy an atmosphere, and a range of gourmet pleasures, found nowhere else. The story continues today, as Albert Adrià and other celebrated chefs add to the culinary excitement. This, it seems, is a tradition everyone can agree on.

Throughout the ages, Café Royal was the epicentre of fashionable London. Welcoming famed patrons, from royalty and celebrity, to the creative and the notorious, it has been an established and iconic landmark on the capital’s social scene, for over a century.

Make sure you don’tmiss a thing and head towww.instagram.comthis Thursday 19th January to see the first story comingdirect from Hotel Café Royal, London.

Hotel Café Royal

68 Regent St

Soho

London

W1B 4DY

UK

+44 20 7406 3333

www.hotelcaferoyal.com