The all-new Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston, in the heart of the chic Back Bay neighbourhood, has opened to guests.
“Our second location in Boston is truly a jewel in the Four Seasons portfolio, with its striking architecture, modern interiors and world class amenities setting the stage for a fully customised Four Seasons experience,” said Christian Clerc, president, worldwide hotel operations, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts.
“Each and every detail has been thoughtfully curated, designed to ensure guests enjoy the highest standards of quality and the most genuine and personal service – the markers of a Four Seasons experience the world over.”
The soaring glass skyscraper – now the city’s third tallest building and its highest residences at 724 feet or 220 metres – was designed by Henry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners in collaboration with Gary Johnson of Cambridge Seven Associates.
Surrounding the elliptical “guitar pick” shaped building are streetscapes by landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh.
Commenting on the location, general manager Reed Kandalaft enthused: “In a city of so many historic treasures, it’s exciting to see the future emerging quite literally in new buildings like One Dalton Street, and even more so in the very fabric of the Back Bay neighbourhood, where Boston’s past, present and future come together, with something new to experience at every turn.”
Surrounded by luxury shopping, major businesses and world class art and music venues, Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston is also just steps from myriad city parks and leafy green spaces – and all just 15 minutes from Logan International Airport.
The hotel’s 215 hotel rooms and suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows, with every detail anticipating the needs and wants of modern travellers, from soundproofing between floors and rooms and precision-glazed windows to at-one’s-fingertips in-room technologies.
Original works selected from the Hotel’s extensive art collection curated by Kate Chertavian are in every room and suite, as well as public spaces throughout.