The architectural group behind the renovations of the Four Seasons hotel on London’s Park Lane has released images of the construction work at the property, along with details of the revamp.
ReardonSmith was responsible for the recent refurbishments of the nearby Intercontinental London Park Lane, and is now working on the Four Seasons property, which has been closed to allow extensive renovations to take place.
The project includes adding a two-storey extension featuring a rooftop terrace for the hotel’s new Executive Suite, and a meeting room with 180-degree views of Park Lane. Rooms are also being reconfigured, with 53 guestrooms with wetrooms being introduced.
There will be a new grand staircase in the atrium (which will also feature a new tea lounge), internal gardens, a black granite porte cochiere at the front of the property, a restaurant overlooking the hotel’s private garden, and a rooftop extension housing spa facilities with separate areas for men and women. Designer Pierre-Yves Rochon is responsible for the interior design concepts for both the public areas and guestrooms, with ReardonSmith handling the design development.
The Four Seasons London is due to reopen in 2010 – the group also has UK properties in Hampshire and London’s Canary Wharf. For more information visit fourseasons.com.