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New Changes Coming to Four Seasons Palm Beach

The Four Seasons in Palm Beach is receiving a major facelift and getting some new upgrades, and will be opened to the public soon.

According to Palm Beach Daily News, the hotel has not had a check-in since late May and is adding new improvements to their Palm Beach location. Some of the additions include pool changes and revamping the hotel itself. The Four Seasons in Palm Beach is set to open its doors again at the beginning of November.

The hotel is located minutes away from the beach and offers views ranging from oceanfront to “palm-front.” The Four Seasons offers some Palm Beach-inspired accommodations. You can take advantage of beachfront yoga, and a beachfront restaurant. The restaurant is called “AB&G.”

The Four Seasons Hotel includes three other dining options, including room service. The hotel has, currently, a total of 193 guest rooms and 14 suites. The hotel has two tennis courts for leisure activities of the guests. Other leisure activities include surfing lessons, jet skis, snorkel gear, private cabanas and beach volleyball.

The hotel also takes part in the annual Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival. On-site, there is the “Swell” boutique which hosts various “truck shows” all according to the Four Seasons press room.

New Changes Coming to Four Seasons Palm Beach

The hotel was opened about 28 years ago. It was reported these renovations were about $45 million dollars. Along with the renovation proceeds, the hotel will hire a new chef. Chef Jose Gamez will be welcomed to the Four Seasons staff.

As for the renovations, new designs will also come to the hotel. According to Palm Beach Daily News, a new “adults only” section will be added to the pool area. The pool area itself will receive an update and rebrand as part of the renovation. The entrance will also receive an update and be redesigned. The hotel hopes to open just in time for season in the Town of Palm Beach.

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