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Fall in Love with Fall at Four Seasons Hotel Baku

November 8, 2019 Luxury Hotels No Comments Email Email

To celebrate the beauty of autumn in Baku, https://www.fourseasons.com/baku/ is inviting guests to stay with 15 percent savings on room rates, alongside a special complimentary autumnal welcome amenity. The city comes alive in the autumn, with the leaves turning golden and the cooler weather approaching, it’s the perfect time to soak up the atmosphere of this historic destination.

There is a vast array of cultural activities to uncover in the ancient city of Baku, great for exploration and discovery. Whether guests spend a lazy day watching the world go by at the Fountains Square or take time to shop at Neftchilar Avenue, where guests will find a dizzying array of luxury designer boutiques. This, combined with the luxurious and refined amenities provided by Four Seasons Hotel Baku, creates a perfectly balanced itinerary for a short break.

The Fall in Love with Fall package includes:

15 percent off the Room Rate at Four Seasons Hotel Baku
A complimentary welcome amenity of an autumnally presented cinnamon roll and cups of tea
After guests are welcomed with a sumptuous treat, they can look to explore the city of light, with the Hotel being just steps away from the central Boulevard and The Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site dating back to the 7th century. Being located in the cultural hub, guests of Four Seasons Hotel Baku can take their time to admire the historical quarters, with easy access to prominent local sites such as the Maiden’s Tower, which has been standing proud in Baku for thousands of years as a symbol of the city, with views spanning over the city and harbour, or the Palace of Shirvanshas, a 15th century complex including a mosque and tomb.

Guests can take the opportunity to wander the streets under the golden leaves, to taste the delicious fruits of the season and sip hot Azerbaijani tea at small tea houses by the historic walls of the Old City. Visitors can be witness to the mastery of local craftsmen who are scattered throughout the city, selling woven carpets, a speciality of the city. Alternatively, guests can wander along the Caspian coastline on the “Bulvar,” or boulevard, stretching many kilometres along the shoreline. Its tree-lined walkway provides the perfect atmosphere to take in the sights, sounds and smells of the seafront city. Established in 1909, with recent additions of concerts, art shows and a yacht club, it’s become a favourite past time for both tourists and locals alike.

For guests who would like to explore beyond the city limits, both ancient and natural phenomenon await. For example, the leaping flames at Fire Mountain are not to be missed. On the hillside of the Apsheron Peninsula, natural gas-fire blazes up to three metres (ten feet) in the air from the ground’s thin sandstone layer below, a thrilling experience for any witness.

If guests choose November for their visit to Baku, they can enjoy the special Pomegranate Season either within the Hotel or go for a day trip organised by the Hotel to the city of Goychay, which is located in about 2.5 hours from Baku and known as the “Pomegranate Paradise.” One of the symbols of Azerbaijan, the pomegranate has been cultivated, enjoyed and celebrated in the region since ancient times. Each November the harvest is marked by the Pomegranate Festival. The city welcomes numerous guests from all over the country and proudly calls this festival one of the most interesting, colourful and joyful events of the season not only for Goychay but all of Azerbaijan.

As respite following a full day of activity, guests can unwind at the Jaleh Spa, which overlooks the city from its penthouse location. The fusion treatments are a combination of Turkish and Persian traditions, with the Hotel offering a dizzying array of signature treatments, massages, hammam and more. Or, guests can take a dip in the indulgent, heated, palatial indoor swimming pool housed under an impressive glass-roofed atrium.

The Hotel also boasts lavish dining options including Piazza, perfect for afternoon tea after a busy morning exploring the city, and Zafferano, where guests can feast on artful plates of Central Italian specialities before moving onto Bentley’s, the intimate club-style lounge serving whiskies, cocktails and cigars.

This autumn, there has never been a better time to visit the historical city of Baku. Guests can take advantage of a cosy and comfortable stay at Four Seasons Hotel Baku with 15 percent off room rates and a complimentary welcome amenity designed to warm and delight.

Rooms at Four Seasons Hotel Baku start at about GBP 190 (per night based on two adults sharing a Deluxe City View Room excluding breakfast). Reservations may be booked online.

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