Meyer Davis Studio renovates Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta is undergoing a two-part room refresh focused on revitalizing its guest spaces, with new categories made – the Midtown Deluxe, Midtown Premier and Midtown Suites. Overseeing the redesign is New York-based Meyer Davis Studio.

Phase one of the room upgrades was already completed. Phase two will begin in the coming months. Once completed, a total of 244 guestrooms, including 18 suites, will be updated.

According to Gray Davis, principal of Meyer Davis, the guestroom design for Four Seasons redefines “classic sensibilities”. The new palette includes chrome and gray washed wood. This is punctuated by a patterned upholstered headboard, curves in the furniture and artwork with a pop of color. There is also new motif on the carpet.

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Also involved in the refresh was artist Caroline Bullock, who outfitted each room with her works on paper.

Exclusive to the 14th to 19th floors of the hotel, “Midtown Deluxe Rooms” offer views of Midtown, Buckhead or Downtown Atlanta. These rooms have a palette of charcoal and bold accent colors. Accents include custom curated art and a walk-in marble shower.

Located in the corners of the hotel is the “Midtown Premier”, rooms with panoramic views of Midtown Atlanta. The color palette includes charcoal with bold color highlights. Rooms feature include a custom curated art collection and a walk-in marble shower.

Meanwhile, the “Midtown Suites” have furnishings in shades of grey with bold color accents, a dining area and group seating, complete with 60-inch televisions.  A custom curated art collection and walk-in marble shower complete the residential styling, while wall-to-wall windows offer views of Downtown Atlanta.  

Located in Atlanta's Midtown district, Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta has 244 rooms and suites with views of the city skyline. For dining, the property has Bar Margot.

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