Four Seasons Hotel Boston unveils new luxury suites

Four Seasons Hotel Boston, a Forbes five-star hotel in New England, renovated its luxury Garden Suite and Presidential Suite. Ranging from 1,200 square feet (110 square meters) to 1,700 square feet (160 square meters), the suites’ design was led by design group BAMO with the team at Four Seasons Hotel Boston.

According to Alan Deal, senior associate at BAMO, with the redesign, the suites now have wood floored entry that leads to the sitting room with a bar alcove. The bedrooms have a stylized garden mural reflecting views of the Boston Public Garden that span the length of the suites. The Boston Public Garden also influenced the redesign.

The rooms have earth-toned palette, and décor is framed with dark charcoal and highlights of blues, reds and corals. There is new artwork selection that bridge old Boston with new, adding modern feel to the residentially-inspired spaces.

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