Four Seasons Hotel Chicago, with the highest rooms and suites in Chicago, introduces newly renovated one-bedroom suites, ranging from 725 square feet (67 square metres) to 950 square feet (88 square metres). Led by design group BAMO, the renovation infuses residentially-inspired palettes and décor with a Chicago-centric sophistication. BAMO Principal Michael Booth explained, “The Hotel desired a refreshed point of view, a personality that speaks to Chicago while addressing the modern Four Seasons traveller and luxury local market.” Venturing inside, guests are greeted by a dramatic entry of charcoal and grey hand painted wallpaper, juxtaposed by an interior architectural shell of warm white walls, light stone, luxurious wool carpet and blonde wood floors. A calm materials palette features beige, grey, sage, celadon, buttery yellow and soft blues. The panoramic views of Chicago and Lake Michigan have been dramatically highlighted by pulling drapes back to the outside of the physical wi…

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