The 13-year-old lobby of the Four Seasons will be receiving a $1,341,540 facelift and jumps into the 21st century by adding a bar for cocktails, coffee and paninis.
The 148-square-foot bar will be built in the current section housing the fireplace, an area known as the "Living Room" situated across from the front desk. New artwork and finishes will inject fresh life into the lobby's 850-square-foot total overhaul.
The bar design will bring floral art on backlit glass panels in gold frames, "lightly pickled elm textured wood" finishes and TVs mounted on the back bar.
One corner will be devoted to a coffee bar, another to a display cabinet for food. Paninis have already been chosen to become part of the menu.
The bar will have direct access to an equally overhauled outdoor pool deck area with new fire pits, trellises and expanded seating. The already plentiful planters and palms will remain, but be expanded with new shrubbery and plenty of especially chosen plants such gardenias, margarita sweet potato vine, creeping fig vine and dwarf white lantana.
The upgrade is the second phase of a $30 million resort-wide remodel that included a complete renovation of all 424 guest rooms and suites. The existing Verandah Bar will remain untouched by this project.
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