Four Seasons Hotel Boston Completes $15 Million Renovation
"The completion of this extensive renovation represents the culmination of several years of strategic and careful redesign here at Four Seasons Hotel Boston," says Bill Taylor, Regional Vice President and General Manager. “Since we opened our doors more than 30 years ago, we‘ve strived to deliver an unparalleled luxury experience for our guests. We worked closely with our designers to ensure a classic ambiance that pays a modern tribute to New England style as well as our location on the Public Garden, with the ultimate goal of always enhancing the guest experience.”
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Michael Booth, designer and principal of luxury interior design company BAMO, led the Hotel’s redesign of the lobby and guest rooms. The enhancement focused primarily on the guest rooms, corridors and lobby area to create simple and uncluttered spaces that welcome guests to Boston’s premiere luxury hotel.
“Thoughtful use of colour can be used as a backdrop to define how a space is used and experienced," says Booth. “The guest room palette creates a sense of place distinct from the public spaces, calm and restful, but also fresh and alive. A medium wood tone is defining but with a lower case 'd.' The neutral, almost Old World, textured plaster covering most of the room keeps everything fresh and allows the range of woods and colour pops to be precise and crisp. Bold yellow upholstery sparks activity at the seating group. The focal wallcovering, a sort of 'colonial blue' evoking old Boston, creates a cool balance and soothing influence when viewed from the bed.” Built around the luxury of space, the reimagined rooms also emphasise the gorgeous views of the Boston Public Garden through carefully refreshed window treatments and streamlined furnishings.
Returning guests will also note several new, polished touches in the bar area of the storied Bristol Restaurant and Bar. The lounge area features an expanded backlit spirits display as well as new artwork throughout the space. Additional seating enhances the guest dining experience and brings the total seating capacity of the lounge space to 75.
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The guest’s sleep experience was influenced by Four Seasons Signature Sleep and the "Sleep Temple" concept, utilising the latest innovation in comfort with the all-new proprietary mattresses designed exclusively for
“As we enhance our physical property, I am proud to share that one aspect won’t change at all: the quality of our staff,” says Taylor. A 25-year veteran of
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