First look at the Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire’s updated Royal Suite

In Hampshire, England, the Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire unveiled its newly redesigned Royal Suite, created by designer Martin Brudnizki of the Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, following the completion of a year-long enhancement program alongside the library, drawing room and Wild Carrot Restaurant and Bar.

Located in the east wing of the hotel, the Royal Suite has a living area, a collection of contemporary artwork and curiosities, and a color palette including blues and yellows. The design inspiration for all areas came from the surrounding Hampshire countryside and the English country house. MBDS also used vintage-inspired prints in the decor.

Adjacent to the living room is a dining room, accommodating up to eight guests in red leather seating. It has decorative traditional wooden bookcases.

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The master bedroom uses tones of emerald green, white and gold, and has view of the grounds through floor-to-ceiling windows that also allow natural light into the room. The room also has a marble en suite bathroom, with a freestanding bath and Asprey amenities.

The Royal Suite also has its own private terrace, providing views across the hotel’s 500 acre estate. The terrace has furnishing, lanterns and cast iron wood burning fire pits.

Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire

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