HOUSTON, Texas—Four Seasons Hotel Houston announces the completion of its premier specialty suites. The renovation includes a transformation of all five Ambassador Suites and the new Presidential North Suite (formerly the Governor’s Suite), all of which are outfitted with new furnishings and amenities. The San Francisco-based design firm BAMO guided the Hotel through the renovation that expands upon the visual standards established with the recent renovations of the lobby, spa, and guestrooms.
With one or two bedrooms and starting at 1,134 square feet, the five Ambassador Suites are located on the 9th, 10th, 17th, 18th and 19th floors. The new aesthetic reflects classic and Art Moderne styles and includes natural wood finishes.
In the main living area, a Makassar ebony dining table and leather chairs provide a focal point. Furnishings feature a palette of light neutrals, accented by details in glass and white gold leaf, as well as a collection of art, including works by local Texas artists.
The Presidential North Suite
On the top level of the hotel—the 20th floor—the Presidential North Suite starts at 1,570 square feet with one or two bedrooms.
The entry foyer includes dark lacquered walls. A wood floor opens to a room for socializing, relaxing, or working. A glass chandelier hangs above the mahogany-topped dining table. In the adjacent sitting area, a curved back sofa is flanked by two lounge chairs. Nearby an executive desk with leather task chairs is ready for business.
The bedroom of the Presidential North Suite includes a sitting area and a bathroom with marble vanity, freestanding tub, and iridescent white mother-of-pearl accessories.