Four Seasons Chicago to Reopen Its Doors to Guests After Major Renovation

By Anna Breuer on 22 April 2021
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The Chicago River, which flows through downtown Chicago

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced plans for the reopening of the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago.

The reopening comes after a multi-million dollar renovation at the 347-key property that started in 2020 led by the New York-based Rottet Studio, an architectural firm.

The hotel will reopen its doors to guests starting on April 30.

The lobby now features a lighter color palette that includes white marble with slate and gold accents.  Guests enjoying the open-floor-plan lobby will listen to a variety of music that the hotel says is inspired by Chicago’s diverse music scene.

On Saturdays, the hotel will invite guests to enjoy a glass of wine on the house along in the lobby’s Social Lounge where, on Saturdays, local artists will perform a variety of music types including jazz and blues.

Guest rooms, which offer a choice of lake or city views, have been redesigned with a cream-and-tan décor.  Each room has a separate sitting area complete with an armchair and a writing desk.

In-room offerings reflect the impact that the coronavirus age has had, with in-room dining options that include private cooking demonstrations by the hotel’s chef and manicure option called “Mojitos and Manicures,” offering guests a cocktail along with the treatment.  Finally, the hotel offers an ice cream cart that comes to the guest room offering a selection of ice cream flavors and a choice of boozy beverages for adults.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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