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Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Fort Lauderdale

  • 525 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33304, USA
  • OPENING DATE:

    March 2022
  • GENERAL MANAGER:

    Mazen Saleh
Physical Features

Total Hotel Accommodations: 189

  • Rooms: 129
  • Suites: 19
  • Hotel Residences: 41

Private Residences: 41

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Design Aesthetic:

  • A modern reflection of the classic yacht club lifestyle
  • Feel a warm welcome in the modern two-storey lobby balancing retro elegance with a vibrant contemporary attitude; from the moment of arrival, be embraced by the charismatic personality of Fort Lauderdale
  • The property’s sophisticated maritime style features graceful nautical design details
  • The 22-storey building with curved silhouette is emblematic of the sleek lines of yacht
  • Anchored by its abundant greenery, one third of the urban oasis is devoted to green space

Designers:

  • Tara Bernerd (public spaces, guest rooms and suite)
  • Martin Brudnizki (restaurants, lounges, and pool area)
  • Fernando Wong (landscape designer)

Architect: Kobi Karp

Location:

  • On a vibrant stretch of South Florida’s famed Atlantic coastline – just 45 minutes north of Miami and 45 minutes south of Palm Beach
  • Easy access from three international airports (Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, Miami and Palm Beach), several deep-water marinas and one of the country’s major gateways for cruise vacations
  • Moments away, experience the city’s best shops, restaurants, marinas and entertainment

 

Food and Beverage

Director of Culinary: Andrew Zarzosa

Pastry Chef: Christina Kaelberer

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Signature Restaurant: Evelyn’s Fort Lauderdale

  • Experience: Amid open-air vistas overlooking the vibrant shores of the Atlantic in an atmosphere that is both sophisticated and fun
  • Restaurant Chef: Brandon Salomon
  • Concept: Eastern Mediterranean meets coastal cuisine shares flavour-rich dishes influenced by locality, seasonality, and culture
  • Naming Inspiration: Fort Lauderdale luminary Evelyn Fortune Lilly Bartlett (1887–1997) was known as the “the lady of Bonnet House,” a local landmark estate and gardens known for its historical significance and natural beauty

Lobby Café: Honey Fitz

  • Experience: An all-day destination, the Lobby Café is an intimate lounge with a relaxed vibe; start the morning with the very best gourmet coffee creations; midday, curate a picnic basket to take to the beach; in the evening, sip a glass of wine or Champagne while planning the night ahead
  • Naming Inspiration: Honey Fitz takes its name from the presidential yacht made famous by the Kennedys

Boulevard-Level Restaurant: Destination restaurant anticipated opening fall 2022

24-Hour In-Room Dining

Spa and Wellness

Spa

Number of Treatment Rooms: 6

Special Features:

  • Spa journey reflecting the movement of water, inspired by the infinite waterways that weave through Fort Lauderdale
  • Explore an inspiring array of restorative massages, facials and unique spa rituals
  • Sample new products and aromatherapies in the experiential boutique
  • Further the journey in soothing lounges complete with salt saunas, aroma steam baths and ice fountains

 

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Fitness

  • 2,250 sq. ft. / 210 sq. m. Fitness Centre designed by Harley Pasternak
  • Open 24 hours
  • State-of-the-art equipment including interactive wellness wall
  • Selection of fitness classes

 

Leisure and Recreation

Pools: 2

The Pool Terrace:

  • The heart of Four Seasons is the Ocean Sun Deck, a lush private hideaway capturing the style and energy of the South Florida Riviera
  • Find a favourite spot beside two horizon-edged pools framed by daybeds and uninterrupted Atlantic views
    • Sun Deck Pool: (74 ft. / 22 m)
    • Serenity Pool: (57 ft. / 17 m)

 

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Beach

  • Dedicated area on the shores of Fort Lauderdale Beach, complete with a beach toys station and Beach Concierge, exclusively for Four Seasons guests

Nearby Activities and Attractions

  • Boutique shops and dining on Las Olas Boulevard
  • Entertainment at Broward Center for the Performing Arts
  • Inspiring science at Museum of Discovery & Science
  • Historic Bonnet House Museum & Gardens
  • Wilderness leisure at Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
  • Fort Lauderdale’s oldest home at Stranahan House Museum
  • Fort Lauderdale seen from a water taxi
  • Riverwalk Park and Downtown District dining and activities

 

Meetings and Events

Total Size: 12,800 sq. ft. / 1,189 sq. m.

Venues: 5

  • All set on one level, many with floor-to-ceiling windows, natural light, and beautiful views
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  • Mabel ballroom 4,100 sq. ft. / 381 sq. m. (divisible)
  • Mabel Foyer 1,400 sq. ft. / 130 sq. m.
  • Terramar ballroom 2,625 sq. ft. / 244 sq. m. (divisible)
  • The Club Room 735 sq. ft. / 68 sq. m.
  • Lauderdale 1 420 sq. ft. / 39 sq. m.
  • Lauderdale 2 180 sq. ft. / 17 sq. m.
  • Lauderdale 3 180 sq. ft. / 17 sq. m.
  • Lauderdale Foyer 1,665 sq. ft. / 154 sq. m.
  • Atlantic Terrace 1,495 sq. ft. / 139 sq. m.

                                                

Special Features:

  • Covered outdoor event terrace offering views of the oceanfront