The Four Seasons hotel in New York City has undergone a $120 million renovation, which included redoing 360 studios and suites in the hotel. The project was overseen by hotelier Ty Warner.
In addition to changing up things like the furniture, the project also included changing up the windows. Guests will now be able to open the windows in the hotel, which will give them fresh air as better views of the city.
The beds in the rooms now have pedestals and linens that make it appear as if they beds were floating, and the rooms now have adjustable lighting so that guests can change the level to better set their mood.
The hotel’s general manager Mehdi Eftekari released a statement about the changes after the reveal on Tuesday.
“The expense and thoughtfulness that Mr. Warner has invested in this renovation elevates Four Seasons Hotel New York to a new level of Manhattan living. There is literally no other property to compare with it and guests should expect a truly exceptional experience the moment they enter the door.”