Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has completed the multi-million-dollar transformation programme of its hotel in Houston, Texas, US.
As part of the transformation, improvements were delivered to Four Seasons Hotel Houston’s guest rooms and suites, specialty suites, residential suites, lobby and front drive, The Spa, fitness centre and event space.
The multi-year transformation also added new amenities including Bayou & Bottle, Bayou & Bean, the Topgolf Swing Suites, Toro Toro, Bandista cocktail laboratory, and the Krigler boutique.
The renovated hotel has 289 guest rooms and 103 suites featuring customised furniture designed by Houston-based Eric Brand.
Four Seasons Hotel Houston also boasts an elevated experience in all 12 specialty suites, including the 1,570ft2 Presidential Suite and 1,935ft2 Penthouse Suite which offered an open and inviting layouts tailored for a luxury residence.
In addition, the hotel’s one-, two-, and three-bedroom Residential Suites are now equipped with advanced amenities including full, modern kitchens, separate living areas, and washer and dryer.
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The transformation project also reimagined the property’s 16,500ft2 event space for gatherings large and small and added new Grand Ballroom with 150% more gathering space.
A new 800ft2 perfume boutique, Krigler, has been added inside the hotel’s lobby.
Claimed to be the first Krigler perfume store in Texas, the boutique houses a full range of Krigler’s existing perfumes, luxury scented candles, extraordinaire noble soaps, and other perfumes on-site.
Four Seasons Hotel Houston general manager Tom Segesta said: “There’s no better way to celebrate our 40th anniversary than with the completion of the hotel’s magnificent transformation.”
“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.”
Four Seasons Hotel Houston opened its doors on 1982. It will complete 40 years of operational service on 15 April this year.