The Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Midtown Atlanta Review - A Beautiful Granite Brown Neoclassical Style High Rise

                                          



The Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts
, located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, is a beautiful granite brown neoclassical style high rise that neighbors The High Museum of Atlanta.

I pull up to the grand edifice and there to greet me were waiting bell hops and valet. Public parking was unavailable and the valet parking was a little pricey.
However the staff was very courteous and quick to ease any and all discretions I had before I entered the hotel.

 The lustrous brass doors of the hotel opened up to an interior with ornate granite marble trimmings and polished brass accents. Elegant oil paintings, extravagant floral arrangements, beautiful chandeliers, and Belgium tapestries embellished the contemporary European styled lobby.

                                              

The Four Seasons Hotel Lobby



 The scale of the room was smaller than expected however the earthy brown pallet, alluring impression of the room coupled with the high quality content within the room, made up for it's size.

 Plush Settees in the setting area, a fairly large desk with high work-flow outlets, flowing white draperies, generous sized closets, attractive wool carpeting, a comfortable bed with linen and pillows of exceptional quality, and a granite bureaus with contemporary shelving lined with little gourmet snacks that  balanced a 36 inch flat screened TV, and a well stocked mini bar made up the room.

                                                 



Leading to the outside was a patio made up in bright ruby-red bricks that gave an omni- directional view of the Atlanta city night lights. Two chairs are placed right in the middle of the patio with a little table in between them, giving the option to sit back with a cocktail and enjoy the view.

The bathroom bolstered brass fixtures, marble counter tops, a stall shower, a hairdryer, and a standard sized tub. Styled in black marble and gold trimmings, the bathroom had  plenty of quality toiletries, over-sized towels, and cozy robes available.

The room service meal I ordered was delivered in a timely fashion and set up quite nicely with a quaint little flower to adorn the table. The meal I had was simple and delicious with every condiment I needed already available on the table.
 

                       
                                                   

               
 
My entire stay with The Four Seasons was outstanding from the moment I checked in until the moment I checked out. My room was immaculate and inviting leaving me feeling complacent and comfortable. The Four Seasons staff were professional, friendly, and extremely accommodating to every need I had during my stay including providing the locations of local drug stores and shopping.

 The service received as a guest at The Four Seasons was beyond magnificent and well worth the stay away from home.
The Hotel itself was beautiful and elegant, castle on the outside and a grand palace on the inside.

The Four Seasons also offers additional services like a 12,000 sq ft nine room spa, a jazz styled restaurant and lounge named Park 75, a state of the art fitness center, and an Olympic indoor pool. I did not partake in these services however I look forward to gratifying them in the future.

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If you want to learn more, read about some of the other Four Seasons Hotels we have reviewed:

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore Review – Great Art, Great Food, and Just Great 

Four Seasons Hotel Firenze Review – Magnificent

The Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai Review – Serene in a Sea of Frenetic Activity

The Four Seasons Punta Mita, Mexico Review – Paradise for the Young at Heart

Four Seasons George V Spa Paris Review

 

 

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