Chicago — By Lisa Davis on May 31, 2010 at 12:52 am
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Four Seasons Chicago Unveils New Suites

The Four Seasons Hotel Chicago has unveiled two new suites ( including a Presidential Suite atop the hotel’s 48th floor) that according to the hotel feature, “glamorous interiors and stunning views high above Chicago’s Magnificent Mile” and “blend modern and elegant décor that create an inviting and residential feel.”

The suites were designed by Pierre Yves Rochon, known for his interiors at Paris’s Four Seasons George V.

The new Presidential Suite in Chicago (which includes three bedrooms and four full bathrooms, each with a view of Lake Michigan) has been completely transformed with hues of green, chocolate brown and black and white textiles. The suite also has silk wall coverings custom hand-knotted carpeting and modern art, and includes a fitness room; a marble master bath with a deep soaking tub and double vanity with flat-screen television; and a dining room that seats eight.

Complimentary amenities in the Presidential Suite include:

  • Roundtrip airport transport via limousine.
  • A 55-minute spa treatment.
  • Personally stocked full wet bar.
  • Complimentary laundry and dry cleaning.
  • In-room movies.
  • Daily breakfast.
  • And a personal “Compcierge” to set up personal technology needs upon arrival.

The Four Seasons Chicago’s  new Royal Suite is equally impressive with its regal and modern-inspired designs in “harmonious tones of gold, champagne and deep eggplant accents.” The two-bedroom suite, which has corner views of Michigan Avenue and the lakefront, features a plush sectional sofa, a dining table for six, a wet bar, three full marble bathrooms and a separate vanity and dressing area for the master bedroom.

For more information about the suites and for reservations, call the Four Seasons Chicago (120 East Delaware) at 312-280-8800 or visit their Web site.

Photo credit: SXC

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