Four Seasons Hotel New York has unveiled newly remodeled suites, junior suites, and corridors have been unveiled, a project overseen by hotelier Ty Warner.
"I have taken inspiration from my travels and created a seamlessly designed oasis fit for the most luxury conscious travelers," said Warner. "No attention to detail and no cost were spared in order to provide a rarified experience unmatched in Manhattan."
The new interiors remain true to the celebrated modern-deco style of I.M Pei, the architect behind the building's iconic design. Each of the newly designed 368 studio and suite accommodations boast oversized windows which can actually be opened, a rarity in
New York City.
"There is literally no other property to compare with it and guests should expect a truly exceptional experience the moment they enter
the door," said Mehdi Eftekari, the hotel's general manager.
Four Seasons Hotel New York opened in 1993 and offers 12,123 square feet of meeting space.