The classes will strengthen the bond between consumers and the hospitality brand, and although they are designed to help guests when they return home, Four Seasons is showing that it can provide much more than a nice place to sleep for travelers, encouraging repeat business. Classes are unique to each location, but for those who cannot necessarily make it to the destination with their favorite class, Four Seasons has also launched a microsite that contains recipes, interviews, general tips and answers to questions such as “How do you pair wine and chocolate?” Events will take place in Four Seasons’ designated event spaces, which are described at length on the microsite and discussed in the interviews it contains. The event space combined with culinary classes led by field experts will show that the hotel is a capable space for those looking to host large events in the future. Get the full story at Luxury Daily