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Four Seasons Hotel Sydney 2 mins read

World Kindness Day, observed annually since 1998 on November 13, is a global opportunity to promote gestures of kindness big and small.

Four Seasons believes that kindness creates a meaningful sense of belonging. Kindness is the driving force behind the company’s legendary service and is a core shared value among its people and guests.

This November, Four Seasons Hotel Sydney has partnered with a selection of local brands and charities to create a day of random acts of kindness for guests and those most deserving in the local community.

“World Kindness Day is a wonderful opportunity for us to give back and reflect on what it means to be kind. It’s the Golden Rule that we want to follow, to be human, be nice and take care of each other,” says Uday Rao, General Manager Four Seasons Hotel Sydney.

Aligning with long-term partners  the Starlight Children’s Foundation, leading Australian bookseller Dymocks, and premium coffee provider Lavazza, the Hotel has crafted a series of activities founded on heart, to create authentic moments of kindness for some of the most deserving in the local community.

  • As an act of kindness, Four Seasons Sydney will gift a Starlight child and their family a luxurious Presidential Suite stay like no other, with tailored amenities for the whole family, and signature Four Seasons service with heart, allowing them to create unscripted moments together to last a lifetime.
  • Staff and members for the Four Seasons For Good Committee will visit a local hospital distributing books donated by Dymocks, to unwell children and their families, and provide hospital staff with gourmet snack-boxes as a small gesture for their tireless efforts.
  • Within the Hotel, fundraising efforts will also take place with 100 percent of the proceeds going directly to the Starlight Children’s Foundation.
  • Guests and visitors to the Hotel are also invited to enjoy premium, barista-made coffees from Lavazza and a handcrafted cookie from the Hotel’s pastry team, complimentary at the lobby-based On The Go Café.

With love and kindness from Four Seasons Hotel Sydney.

About us:

Located in the heart of Sydney, Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is a luxurious urban oasis renowned for its exceptional service, breathtaking views, and unparalleled culinary experiences. With its commitment to excellence, the hotel offers guests a memorable stay, whether for business or pleasure.

Contact details:

Erin Oliver

Senior Marketing, PR & Communications Manager

m. +61 435 925 349


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