Four Season Lobby

Located on floors 30-46 of the 900 North Michigan skyscraper, Four Seasons Hotel- Chicago is finally complete after undergoing a year-long renovation, which began Nov 2019, according to a company news release. 

This is the first massive renovation made to the hotel since it first opened its doors in 1989.

The multimillion-dollar renovation project, executed by James McHugh Construction Co., is one of the largest commercial contractors in the nation. This marks the team’s 16th five-star hotel renovation in Chicago.    

“We have completed nearly every high-end hotel renovation project in the city of Chicago, so we were eager to dive in and apply our experience to the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago,” Kate Ivanova, vice president of McHugh Construction, said in the news release.

With 347 suites and a fresh, contemporary design, McHugh renovated nearly 55,000 square feet of the luxury hotel in phases so spaces would remain open for business throughout the renovation process. 

Noteworthy features to check out at the newly-renovated hotel: An open floor plan throughout the lobby, which invites guests to kick back and enjoy future, live entertainment; a sophisticated social lounge to accommodate intimate guest gatherings while still practicing social distancing; and last but not least, Adorn Bar & Restaurant, Chicago’s first restaurant in partnership with James Beard award-winning chef Jonathon Sawyer. 

Guests who visit the restaurant’s bar will find a stunning chandelier made out of 1,000 pieces of installed glass. Check out images of the updated Four Season here.

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