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HOTEL & SPA


LONDON CALLING


FOUR SEASONS HOTEL LONDON AT PARK LANE T


he Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane opened at the end of January after a two year


renovation project carried out by ReardonSmith Architects and interior designer Pierre Yves-Rochon. The 11 storey hotel features 192 guestrooms – including 45 suites – a new rooftop spa and an Italian restaurant and bar. The restaurant, which was previously on the fi rst fl oor, has been moved to the ground fl oor and now has its own entrance from the street. Now called Amaranto, it features a restaurant, bar and a lounge. Diners can eat in either the main dining room, a glass conserv- atory, a private room, or an alfresco dining space in the walled garden. The hotel’s ground fl oor features


dark French marble, wood and rich red upholstery, and the space has been opened up so that guests can see through to the new restaurant, the newly landscaped garden and the remodelled triple height atrium. The grand staircase leads up to a mezza- nine viewing gallery and features an Art Deco-style balustrade and red vel- vet panelled walls. On 1 March, the hotel unveiled


its sleek new rooftop spa, simply called the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel London. The hotel’s spa and gym were previously in the basement and have been moved to a new exten- sion on the 10th fl oor. Designed by architect Eric Parry, the spa features nine glass-walled treatment rooms and individual relaxation pods for use by spa guests after their treatments as well as a relaxation lounge with a real fi re and 360 degree views of Hyde Park and London’s cityscape, a


42 The revamped Four Seasons Hotel London features opulent interiors


café and a fi tness centre with views of Big Ben and the London Eye. The men and women’s changing rooms each feature a skylit vitality pool, and steamrooms and saunas. The spa features ESPA, The Organic


Pharmacy and Omorovicza products and a range of treatments includ- ing the Hyde Park Awakening, an 80


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minute treatment designed by The Organic Pharmacy consisting of an aromatherapy foot soak, full body exfo- liation, rain shower and a back, neck and shoulder massage.


The design of the spa was appar- ently inspired by Hyde Park, and features lots of dark oak and stone as well as a relaxing water sculpture.


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Following the reopening of The Savoy in 2010, this year sees a number of major hotel openings for London, as the capital gears up for the Royal Wedding and the 2012 Olympic Games. Here we take a look at some of the biggest launches


PHOTO: FOUR SEASONS PICTURES


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