Two Four Seasons Resorts Update Their Meeting Spaces

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has announced meeting space makeovers at two of its U.S. properties—Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole and Four Seasons Hotel Seattle.

Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole has unveiled a full-scale meeting and event space refresh, with design led by Whitespace Interiors. The project encompasses the resort’s 9,000-plus square feet of indoor function space, including a top-to-bottom renovation of walls, light fixtures, carpeting and furniture.

The updated spaces have new carpeting throughout, custom wall coverings, including distressed leather wood tiles in the Cottonwood Ballroom, and bronze and antique mirrors. The Alder Room, designed for board meetings, sports new leather chairs and a richly veined wooden table. Guests can meet in the Cottonwood Ballroom and gather for a cocktail reception on the adjacent Cottonwood Lawn, showcasing panoramic mountain views. Groups can gather around the large fire pit, an ideal "Wild West" venue for s’mores and stargazing.

Jackson Hole is famed for its all-season outdoor adventure, the perfect complement to a group program or special celebration. Mountain biking, skiing, hiking and a ropes course are just steps away. Additionally, the resort’s conference-planning team can customize a range of off-site activities, from private gallery tours to a wildlife safari in one of the nearby national parks.

Four Seasons Hotel Seattle has unveiled revamped meeting and event spaces spanning 10,500 square feet. Designed by EDG, the meeting space continues to celebrate the view, with carpeting that reflects the play of light on Puget Sound, piers and the sky in tones of blue and gold. 

In the main Ballroom, a favorite location for weddings, celebrations and C-level events, ash finish-work and cool gray slate tile are represented in the palette. The adjacent foyer is a spacious pre-event space with the same Seattle waterfront views as the Ballroom.

Chic and intimate, the Sycamore, Cypress, Maple and Birch meeting rooms have natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows. Cypress and Sycamore face Pike Place Market, while Birch and Maple, boardroom-size spaces, face Seattle Art Museum.

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