Four Seasons Baku
At a Glance
- Strategically located, both the waterfront promenade and the historic Old City are just a stone throw’s away
- Beautiful Beaux Arts-styled decor incorporating tasteful and modern design
- Excellent service typical of Four Seasons standard
- Almost all rooms come with beautiful balconies offering unrivalled views of the Caspian Sea or the ancient walled city
Excellent facilities include a Romanesque indoor pool, luxury hammam and full-service beauty salon
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The climate of Azerbaijan is continental with warm summers and sub-zero winters. Areas surrounding Baku receive high levels of wind throughout the year making them quite cool, with months between November and Feburary particularly cold. Summers in Azerbaijan, from May until October, are characterised by blue skies and sunny days with occasional heavy rains. The best time to visit Azerbaijan to avoid the height of the summer heat and cold winter are from May-June and September-October.
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One of the most luxurious options in Azerbaijan, Four Seasons Baku offers tasteful decor, attentive staff, delicious food and pampering amenities in the heart of Azerbaijan's capital city.
Despite Four Seasons’ late arrival in Caucasus, the highly renowned hotel group have secured the position of the region’s most luxurious accommodation option. With a prime location in downtown Baku, some of the city’s best waterfront eateries and shops are just a quick five-minute walk away, whilst a five minute walk inland will take you to the medieval walls of the Inner City.
A fabulous European Beaux Arts design peppers the interior of each room, with arched French doors opening up to a private balcony. Elegant yet unpretentious, the 169 rooms and suites maintains tasteful and muted décor and are among the city’s most spacious.
The Four Season Baku offers an array of delicious dining venues. Zafferano offers artful plates of Central Italian delights which can be enjoyed on a picturesque terrace, afternoon tea can be enjoyed in the airy salon of Piazza, or enjoy lively evening of whisky and conversations at the Bentley’s lounge - all perfect retreats after perfect after a day of exploration.
While staying in Four Seasons Baku, guests can enjoy the luxurious Jaleh Spa which offers signature massages and body treatments, take a dip in its heated indoor swimming pool with an Italian stone-clad atrium, or indulge in its full-service beauty salon whilst soaking-up a panoramic view of the city.
Elegant and modern, the 169 rooms and suites are among the city’s most spacious, with French-inspired Beaux Arts style, muted colours and marble bathrooms. Almost all rooms open to a balcony with views of the picturesque Caspian Sea or the medieval Old City. There are two-bedroom suites perfect for both families with teenagers or with younger children.
Children are well-catered for in Four Seasons Baku. Children amenities, bathrobes, toiletries, as well as complimentary bedtime milk and cookies are provided to the young ones. The restaurants offers children’s menus and babysitting services are available with 24 hours’ notice. Fun family-friendly activities ranging from Baku Puppet Theatre to Museum of Miniature Books can also be arranged.
Four Seasons’ fantastic range of facilities range from heated Romanesque-styled indoor pool, the Jaleh Spa luxury hammam experience, full-service beauty salon with top-floor city views and 24-hour fitness centre. Dining options include: Zafferano, an elegant dining room with Central Italian specialties; Bentley’s, an intimate lounge for late night drinks; and Piazza, excellent for afternoon high tea with light bites.
Baku is a fascinating city equally blessed with modernity and tradition. Whether avant garde exhibitions from the Museum of Modern Art or UNESCO-listed Azerbaijani carpet weaving, recreational options can be found a-plenty.
Absheron Peninsula: Fire Temple & Burning Mountain
Admire the UNESCO-listed Zoroastrian Fire Temple of Ateshgyakh and the Burning Mountain Yanar Dagh.
Azerlime Carpet Manufacturing Centre
Gain insights in the carpet-waiving processions, how the nets are made, coloured, as well as a show room of ready-made carpets.
Boat Tour of Caspian Sea
Enjoy a short cruise around the Baku Bay with a picturesque view of the Baku skyline.
Candy Cane Mountains
Enjoy a surreal day trip out to Candy Cane Mountains.
Caspian Sea in Private Yacht with Black Caviar & Champagne Tasting
Enjoy a private yacht cruise around the Baku Bay with a picturesque view of the Baku skyline. During the cruise, you will also enjoy black caviar and champagne tasting.
Dinner at Shirvanshah Museum Restaurant
Enjoy a sumptuous dinner while soaking in the opulent atmosphere of Azeri heritage.
Drive through Azeri Countryside
Enjoy a scenic drive with stops at Daribaba Mausoleum, Djuma Mosque, Yeddi Gumbaz royal mausoleum and enjoy a Caspean yogurt and butter-making experience with a local family.
Fascinating Lankaran & Lerik
Visit the Lankaran History and Ethnography, Lankaran Khan House Museum, Hazi Aslanov House Museum, Lankaran Circular Fortress, Boyuk Bazaar and Ibadi Hot Spring. Explore Lerik city with its lush waterfalls, meadows and the Museum of Longevity.
Gobustan Rock Art & Mud Volcanoes
Be dazzled by the rock carvings of Gobustan National Park and the bizarre Mud Volcanoes.
Historical Baku Tour
Unravel the Old Town of Baku including Icheri Sheher, Maiden Tower, Museum of Miniature Books, Shirvanshahs’ Palace Complex, Synyk Kala Minaret, the State Carpet Museum and Dagüstü Park for a panoramic view of the city.
Nobel House Visit with Black Caviar & Champagne Tasting
Not usually open for public, you will visit the famous house of the Nobel Brothers at Villa Petrolea and enjoy black caviar tasting with champagne at the Nobel's museum.
Pink Salt Lake
Enjoy a surreal day trip out to the pink salt lake of Masazir Golu.
We will visit a local restaurant where you can try your hand at stuffing and wrapping qutabs before baking them in the traditional oven called tandir.
Remote Quba & Khinalug
Today's full day journey bring you into Northern Azerbaijan, visiting Beshbarmag Dag, Quba's Djuma Mosque, Genocide Memorial Complex and the often-overlooked Khinalug mountain village with its traditional customs before arriving at Baku at night.
Gourmet Caucasus: Origins of Wine & Black Caviar
Baku, Shaki, Tsinandali, Tbilisi & Yerevan
from £4900 pp inc flights & transfers for 11 nights
- Spice up your journey with a wide selection of Gourmet Optionals
- Breathe in the bursting wine aroma in the Georgian valleys, home to the world's first wine civilization
- In Baku, you may want to enjoy the rare black caviar tasting with champagne in the exclusive Nobel Brothers or on board a private yacht cruise
Location & directions
Four Seasons Hotel Baku sits at the prestigious Neftchilar Avenue approximately 30 minutes west of the International Airport.
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