he hotel features 360 rooms, 84 suites, meeting space and a Four Seasons Spa adjoining the swimming pool, fitness centre and yoga studio.
Contemporary design mixes with Old world ornamentation with Oriental accents, vibrant colors, lush brocades and jewel tones, reminiscent of the days when the city was a major trading center for Portuguese silks and ceramics between China, Japan, India and Europe.
Inspired by the ancient Portuguese history of Macau and the predominant Chinese culture in the enclave, HBA blended distinctive design influences from both to create a stunning new hotel. “The new Four Seasons Hotel is a showstopper which encapsulates the rich culture and history of Macau like no other hotel in the enclave,” Tracie Co, an Associate from HBA’s Hong Kong office, said.
“The lobby lounge was designed to function like the living room of a Colonial Portuguese house, complete with a fireplace, Portuguese lanterns, ceiling fans and bamboo floor,” said Co.
“We mixed historic furniture, art, Chinese decorative textiles and European grandeur throughout the property to evoke a subtle but classic sense of place, whether in the guestrooms or the public spaces,” Paulo Dias, who worked with Co on the project, said.