Mon, 5 September 2016

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney to Close Executive Lounge for Renovation

The Four Seasons Hotel Sydney will close its Executive Club on 25 September 2016 so that it can undergo a major renovation and reopen in December 2016.

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is working with Australian interior designer Miriam Fanning of Mim Design to reinvent the 32nd-floor space, with a design inspired by the hotels history and harbourside location.

The new lounge will have an extended private entrance, new furnishings and bay window seating looking out to the harbour and city.

The Sydney Harbour-inspired colour palette of inky blues, soft greys of the Sydney Opera House sails and brushed brass will be complemented by luxurious home-away-from-home features such as plush velvet armchairs, contemporary art by Australian artists and a solid stone-topped table in the private meeting room.

Central to the design will be an Australian food and beverage concept featuring locally-sourced seasonal produce and an open bar stocking premium spirits and sommeliers selection of Australian wines.

 The transformation of our level 32 Executive Club into a stunning residential-style retreat will give our guests further opportunity to indulge, relax and enhance their stay in style, said Four Seasons Hotel Sydney General Manager, Rudolf van Dijk. Demand for our Club experience continues to rise from both business and leisure travellers, and our reinvented luxury lounge will ensure were best placed to continue delivering memorable experiences, personalised service and exclusive privileges that our Hotel is renowned for.

During the renovation, guests staying in the Hotel's Club accommodation rooms will be extended special privileges in place of lounge access

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