Resort-Like Urban Living: Four Seasons Baltimore

Resort-Like Urban Living: Four Seasons Baltimore

Kimber Watson
Nov 10, 2011

With the Four Seasons Baltimore set to open next week, I have never wanted to be a tourist in my own town as much as I do now! It's luxury living at its best; a five-star, resort-like getaway nestled in the heart of bustling Harbor East.

This $200 million, 18-story hotel has 256 lavish rooms (45 luxury rooms!), 11 spa treatment rooms and an elevated deck boasting an infinity pool. The hotel is slated as modern transitional with Turkish marble accents and Italian glass chandeliers paired with Appalachian-inspired hickory planked floors and black walnut millwork. The artwork adorning the walls is said to be from the Washington Color School, an abstract art movement of the 50's and 60's. Other interior features included in some rooms are built-in fireplaces, private balconies, soaking tubs and separate walk-in rain showers.

Along with the spa, on site you will also find Wit & Wisdom — a tavern by Michael Mina, LAMILL Coffee cafe, Pabu — an updated Izakaya-style restaurant and a pool bar and grill. Perhaps its best attribute? Uninterrupted views of the water and the Inner Harbor as well as the downtown skyline. Standard rooms start at $295 per night or you can choose the 2,800 square feet Royal Suite for a mere $6,000 a night! But, if you hurry, introductory discounted rates are being offered through February. Someone, anyone, sign me up please!

To read the entire article and view their photos, visit The Baltimore Sun.

Images: The Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore

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