Four Seasons, New York unveils renovated rooms and suites
Four Seasons Hotel New York has recently unveiled newly remodeled suites, junior suites and corridors. All of the newly-unveiled interiors remain true to the celebrated modern-deco style of IM Pei, the architectural mastermind behind the building’s iconic design. Hotel owner Ty Warner curated each and every design element for the USD 120 million renovation
Handmade king-sized lighted-pedestal beds with custom linens appear to float above the ground. Handcrafted furnishings made from rare Japanese tamo ash, cerused oak and bespoke fabrics add to the sleek monochromatic style. Distinctive English sycamore wood panelling as well as lizard gold and Chabata wallcoverings are featured throughout, and custom-woven, 100 percent wool carpets and hand-knotted rugs lend the living spaces an intimate yet elegant feel.
Each of the 368 newly designed studio and suite accommodations boasts oversized windows that can actually be opened, a rarity in New York City, and offer sweeping panoramic views of Manhattan and an abundance of natural light. All accommodations feature striking, custom-designed ziggurat ceilings with variable lighting, and when the sun sets, lighting can be adjusted to suit the mood.
Luxurious Italian Breccia Oniciata marble enhances the spacious bathrooms that include separate glass enclosed showers; oversized deep-soaking tubs, many with whirlpools; remote controlled mirrored televisions; and Bvlgari amenities. Accommodations feature oversized walk-in English sycamore closets with a separate make-up area. Curved 65-inch and curved 55-inch HD televisions bring a state-of-the-art entertainment experience with an awesome feeling of being immersed in the picture itself in every suite. Each space is graced by individually selected original artwork to enhance the feeling of a posh private residence.