Refurb for Sydney Four Seasons

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney has embarked on an exciting multi-million dollar refurbishment to its food and beverage operations and public spaces.

The hotel is set to offer a contemporary genre of facilities for its guests, adding a new bar, new destination restaurant, four new meeting suites, a refreshed Executive Club and new Business Centre.
Construction is already underway for the bar, which has replaced the previous Holmes conference room to the right of reception, facing George St. The bar is expected to open in early September.
The new destination restaurant will be located on the lobby level in place of the existing bar. Construction is due to begin in July with an anticipated opening date in early November.
In addition to a new food and beverage offering, the hotel is expanding its meeting and conferencing capability, adding four new residential-style meeting suites on the second floor where Kable’s currently exists. These suites are anticipated to come on line in early 2013.
All three new outlets have been designed by one of Australia’s most notable and highly-awarded interior designers, Sydney-based Michael McCann of Dreamtime Australia. McCann’s repertoire includes some of the city’s most popular and stylish venues including Felix Restaurant, The Argyle and Pony Bar and Dining.
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney General Manager, Vincent Hoogewijs, said the transformation of the hotel’s public spaces is sure to turn heads.
“The hotel is making a significant investment to offer guests a greatly-enhanced experience with some trendy new outlets to eat, drink, meet and entertain in.
The icing on the cake is that the hotel intends to work with one of Australia’s rising star young chefs who will be the creative force behind the bar and restaurant’s cuisine, so you’ll just have to watch this space!” Mr Hoogewijs said.

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