Experience Stylish Oceanfront Living in Exclusive Palm Beach
Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach raises the bar for upscale hotels with new, sophisticated guest rooms.
Updated November 19, 2010—Palm Beach may be famed for its Worth Avenue and historic mansions, but what’s new in this posh enclave deserves some attention, too. The best rooms in town are now even better. Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach has just unveiled its new guest rooms designed by Canadian Brian Gluckstein, a Palm Beach resident.
“The change is dramatic, yet consistent with the timeless feel of the new Spa and lobby of the Resort,” says General Manager Kathleen Horrigan. “It’s the style of décor our guests would choose for their own oceanfront homes.”
Guest Rooms Reflect Oceanfront Setting
The update transforms the rooms into light, airy oases that feature modern Art Deco–style custom furnishings in colours that evoke sea, sky and sand. The new bathrooms boast separate marble tubs and showers, as well as ivory, taupe and white mosaic floor tile from Greece reminiscent of seashells.
“As with the Spa, my approach was to create restful spaces inspired by the Resort’s oceanfront setting, intimate nature and residential style. Guests of Four Seasons Palm Beach think of it as their home, and my objective was to bring an elegant beach house aesthetic to the rooms,” says Gluckstein, whose work includes the model residences at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto and private residences across North America.
Spacious Spa Inspires Relaxation
The redesign of the guest rooms comes just two years after Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach opened an 11,000-square-foot Spa, including a full-service salon, 11 treatment rooms and three relaxation rooms—also designed by Gluckstein who used a marine palette and natural materials. It is the only spa in Florida that features the highly acclaimed Kate Somerville products renowned for their celebrity following.
Experience the new room design and Spa for yourself. Book a stay today and get the third night free.