TORONTO — Following the success of the inaugural Four Seasons Drive Experience through Tuscany, Italy, the company has unveiled two new itineraries for 2023 that will showcase the best of the European Alps and one of North America’s food and wine capitals, Napa Valley, Calif.
The Four Seasons Drive Experience in the Heart of the Alps will be available from June 12 to 18 while the Four Seasons Drive Experience through Napa Valley will be available from October 29 to November 4. When not on the road, guests in the Alps will stay at Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva and Four Seasons Hotel Megève and guests in Napa Valley will stay at Four Seasons Resorts and Residences Napa Valley.
The Apls itinerary includes a welcome dinner, a visit to Gruyère Village, a panoramic tour across UNESCO World Heritage Lavaux, Vineyard Terrace and more. The Napa Valley itinerary, on the other hand, features a scenic drive to Tomales Bay, a visit to Opus One Winery, a private tour around San Francisco Bay and more.
“Four Seasons Drive Experience is a natural extension of who we are and what we deliver – creating curated experiences that allow guests to discover the character of a locale in new and unexpected ways,” says Alejandro Reynal, president and CEO, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “From behind the wheel of a luxury vehicle, guests will enjoy an exceptional drive experience, always with Four Seasons service and genuine heart as their guide.”
“Four Seasons Drive Experience has re-defined the world of luxury driving tours, crafting exceptional experiences by bringing together the expertise of Four Seasons and our partners at Canossa Events,” says Marc Speichert, executive vice-president and Chief Commercial Officer. “In 2023, we are bringing Four Seasons Drive Experience to new, highly sought-after destinations based on a deep understanding of our guests, delivering a luxury experience that reflects the genuine care and empathy that is at the core of Four Seasons.”