Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale
Award-winning Miami-based architect Kobi Karp is the architectural mastermind behind the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale development. Kobi has designed properties worldwide, including in the Caribbean, the Far East, the Black Sea region and the Middle East. Now he is part of the team of the development that will become become the newest iconic global destination for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. The development will include 90 Private Residences and 130 guest rooms.
Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale: Luxury and service
The 22-storey oceanfront property will combine luxury and legendary Four Seasons service for visitors and residents alike. The Hotel rooms will reside on the fourth through the 11th floors and the Private Residences begin on floor five.
Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale boasts an oceanfront terrace on the third floor with dual pool experiences and luxury cabanas, a world-class Four Seasons spa, fitness centre and a Kids for All Seasons program for children. A signature all-day restaurant with interior and alfresco seating also resides on the oceanfront terrace with a pool bar, lounge and an ocean-view outdoor café. Guests and residents can also enjoy the dedicated attention and à la carte services from Four Seasons beach butlers.
Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale: Design
The interior design is led by London-based Tara Bernerd, who was responsible for the building’s full interior architecture. Her design remains authentic to the location, and appealing to hotel guests and residents from around the world. Tara has designed hotels, private homes, and yachts in London, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Hong Kong. In addition, Martin Brudnizki, a renowned London-based hospitality designer, envisioned the culinary experience at Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale, where he designed the property’s restaurants, lounges and pool areas.
Recognised as one of the most influential landscape designers in America, Fernando Wong is the leading landscape architect for Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale, which will have one-third of the property devoted to green space. He refers to this landscape design as a “civilised jungle,” using palm trees and native plants on both the ground floor and the third floor oceanfront pool deck to allow guests to feel an organic vibe.
Along with the Hotel, this oceanfront property will also feature 90 residences, which range in size from one to four bedrooms, including furnished and fully appointed as well as unfurnished options. Residences will range from 780 square feet (72 square metres) to more than 6,000 square feet (560 square metres). The tallest floors of the building will feature four penthouses and three exclusive Sky Homes with dramatic 20-foot (6-metre) ceilings.
Fully furnished and appointed Private Residences have been designed by Tara Bernerd & Partners and reflect the very best of beachfront living, while unfurnished options will be decorator-ready. Each Private Residence will offer expansive living spaces and generous outdoor terraces with unparalleled views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway.
Private Residence owners will have access to the full range of services and amenities from the Hotel, a Four Seasons designated residential concierge and director of residences, as well as butler, spa, and yachting services. Four Seasons pets will also have their very own pet concierge and the development will include a pet boutique and an on-call veterinarian. Private Residences will have a separate building entrance to ensure privacy for all residents.
SOURCE: Four Seasons
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