Several Four Seasons hotels have completed renovations to their public and private spaces. Here are some properties to know about. 

Las Vegas

The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas has completed the first phase of a redesign to 409 of the property’s 424 guestrooms and suites. Phase two will complete the 15 specialty suites and is set to debut this fall.

The new design textiles and finishes were inspired by the morning light of the Mojave Desert and the floor-to-ceiling views of the surrounding Las Vegas Valley. Kara Smith of KES Studio in Los Angeles led the design, in tandem with MGM Resorts International Design and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

The refreshed guestrooms and suites have natural elements set against a sophisticated earth tone palette. Highlights include new artwork, lighting concepts, wall accents, floor coverings and a private bar. Upholstered headboards have reading lights and multiple power charging stations. 


The Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort has redesigned its 14 park view deluxe suites on the sixth through 12th floors of the resort. The park view deluxe suites—which have a living area, three-quarter bath, separate bedroom, full five-piece bathroom with soaking bathtub and terrace—have been fully refreshed with hues of taupe, grey, soft blush and mossy green. 

The park view deluxe suites have a light herringbone tile entryway floor and a decorative wall feature. The white wall relief, inset in a walnut wood accent panel, has a floral motif. The main living area has a light oak wide plank wood floor and a hand-tufted wool accent rug. A beige textured fabric sectional sofa sleeper with decorative pillows anchors the room, along with a decorative lounge chair.  The living area also includes a workspace, and a custom-built console that conceals a coffee bar and refrigerator matching an adjacent multi-purpose bar. The suite also has a built-in banquette and table as well as two chairs. The wall covering above the banquette is in a metallic organic pattern, reflecting the bronze-tinted pendant light that hangs above the table. The terrace includes a table for four and additional chairs and footrests.

In the primary bedroom, the king bed is flanked by custom walnut wood backlit accent panels, extending a connectivity with the walnut panels in the entryway. Instead of a headboard, the bed has a linear wall covering inspired by a watercolor wash. Bedside lights and charging ports are integrated into the furniture and under-bed lighting is both a design feature and a functional nightlight. The dual walk-in closets have been updated with marble valet tops and mirrors.

Each park view deluxe suite covers 1,000 square feet and includes a sofa bed (sectional sofa in the living area) as well as a separate bedroom with a king bed. Each suite can connect to an additional guestroom.

Punta Mita, Mexico

On Mexico’s Pacific coast, the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita has reopened the renovated Bahia, the signature beachfront seafood restaurant by Chef Richard Sandoval. Named after the Spanish word for “bay,” Bahia is set among the manzanilla trees along the resort’s Cuevas beach.

The restaurant has an illuminated tiled pathway and a bar with hanging wooden swings and woven wicker bar stools. The main al fresco dining area has a large open-air kitchen. Seating options range from woven wicker chairs to plush pillowed couches. The restaurant also has an outdoor fire pit.