Four Seasons Sydney executive lounge

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney has announced the renovation of its Executive Club, transforming the exclusive level 32 venue into a luxury residential-style retreat overlooking the harbour.

The hotel in Sydney’s The Rocks will close its Executive Club from 25 September 2016 to undertake an extensive enhancement program, reopening in December 2016 as “Sydney’s most stylish and luxurious lounge” according to the property.

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney has worked with award-winning Australian interior designer Miriam Fanning of Mim Design to reinvent the exclusive space, with a design inspired by the hotel’s history and harbourside location.

“The new lounge will be a spacious, high-rise haven of relaxation and luxury, with an extended private entrance, elegant furnishings and bay window seating looking out to the harbour and city,” the hotel says.

The Sydney Harbour-inspired colour palate of inky blues, soft greys of the Sydney Opera House sails and brushed brass will be complemented by luxurious home-away-from-home features such as plush velvet armchairs, unique contemporary art by Australian artists and a solid stone-topped table in the private meeting room.

Central to the design will be an impressive Australian food and beverage concept featuring locally-sourced seasonal produce and an open bar stocking premium spirits and sommelier’s selection of Australian wines.

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney’s General Manager, Rudolf van Dijk said: “The transformation of our level 32 Executive Club into a stunning residential-style retreat will give our guests further opportunity to indulge, relax and enhance their stay in style.

“Demand for our Club experience continues to rise from both business and leisure travellers, and our reinvented luxury lounge will ensure we’re best placed to continue delivering memorable experiences, personalised service and exclusive privileges that our hotel is renowned for,” he said.

During the renovation, guests staying in Four Seasons Hotel Sydney’s Club accommodation rooms will be extended special privileges in place of lounge access.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management