Amongst the dramatic changes at the luxurious hotel, it now boasts 45 suites in addition to its 217 rooms, including stunning Grand Suites featuring expansive dining rooms and butler's pantries for in-room entertaining.
As well as the enhanced accommodations, the hotel has also been augmented by a new Italian restaurant called Amaranto. The eaterie includes a glass conservatory and al fresco dining in the private garden overlooking London’s Park Lane.
Meanwhile the adjoining Amaranto Bar provides a clubby, social destination, featuring a dramatic glass wall of wine bottles and offering over 70 cocktails. Under the guidance of Manager Davide Guide, some bespoke signature cocktails were devised to mark the bar’s opening.
The wine bar also offers a unique opportunity for guests who are able to sample all 250 tipples on the extensive Amaranto wine list.
Karen Ayad, Director of Food and Beverage for the new Four Seasons, said: " We are delighted to be able to offer any one of our wines by the glass to our guests.
“For a minimum purchase of two glasses, each of the wide and varied selection of the fine wines on our list is available for tasting - an opportunity that is unmatched on this scale in London today.”
The creative brainchild behind the new Four Seasons Park Lane was designer Pierre Yves Rochon.