Marking 40th anniversary, Four Seasons Hotel Houston has been transformed

The Four Seasons Houston Hotel recently completed a multi-year, multi-million-dollar transformation, which saw the upgrades of hotel’s 289 guest rooms and 103 suites, among other improvements.
The Four Seasons Houston Hotel recently completed a multi-year, multi-million-dollar transformation, which saw the upgrades of the hotel’s 289 guest rooms and 103 suites, among other improvements.

HOUSTON,  Texas – Four Seasons Hotel Houston is celebrating its 40th anniversary with the completion of its multi-year, multi-million-dollar transformation.

The hotel, which opened on April 15, 1982, has been a pillar of downtown Houston for four decades, hosting locals, celebrities, politicians, business icons, and guests from around the world. As the gathering place for locals and visitors alike, Four Seasons is just steps from entertainment and sports venues, and a short drive to Houston’s Museum District.

The Hotel’s transformation included enhancement of the lobby, front drive, spa, fitness center; guest rooms and suites, specialty suites, residential suites, and event space. New additions include Bayou & Bottle, Bayou & Bean, the Topgolf Swing Suites, Toro Toro, Bandista cocktail laboratory, and the Krigler boutique.

“There’s no better way to celebrate our 40th anniversary than with the completion of the hotel’s magnificent transformation,” said Tom Segesta, general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Houston. “Our downtown destination is now better than ever, and we’re looking forward to sharing more great experiences with our guests and our beloved city of Houston as we move forward.”

All 289 guest rooms and 103 suites have been transformed, with the design inspiration nodding to big Texas skies and the hotel’s lobby, known as “Houston’s Living Room”. Featuring a color palette of deep sky-blue fabrics complemented by warm undertones of dark oak wood, saddle leather, and antique brass details, these accommodations feature custom-made furniture by Houston-based designer Eric Brand.

The hotel’s 12 specialty suites have been elevated with a new color palette and design appeal. The State, Ambassador, Presidential, and Penthouse Suites have been enhanced with custom-designed luxury furnishings. Most notably, the 1,570-square-foot Presidential Suite and 1,935-square-foot Penthouse Suite have been completely reimagined and reconfigured.

Offering expansive space and all the comforts of home, the hotel’s one-, two-, and three-bedroom residential suites are complete with full, modern kitchens, separate living areas, and washer and dryer. Ranging in size from 800 to 2,126 square feet.

The hotel’s 16,500 square feet of event space has been completely reimagined. In addition to redesign, a new Grand Ballroom with 150 percent more gathering space was created.

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