The Four Seasons Washington, DC, has revealed its largest suite with the debut of the Royal Suite. The posh multi-room residence was designed by Pam Anderson of Anderson/Miller.
The suite offers custom-designed wool-and-silk-blend rugs, limestone floors and contemporary furnishings. The space is decorated in earth tones and features crystal fixtures, rich woods, iridescent shell details, and silver accents.
The entry foyer features a galaxy of Swarovski crystal fixtures, macassar ebony wood with inlays of mother of pearl, and a scalloped pattern of sparkling stone mosaic. It opens conveniently to the dining room, which accommodates 10 and is equipped with a Bang & Olufsen LCD for meetings overlooking the private terrace. A fully equipped kitchen pantry with Sub-Zero refrigerator and separate service entrance is adjacent.
From the main entrance level, twin stairways lead to an open space. American walnut portals define the living spaces, which include four distinct seating areas. The lounge offers leather oval chairs; the main conversation area has oversized Italian sofas, comfortable chairs, and a handmade alligator table; and the library is decorated with warm inglenook-style seating, a glass fireplace, and custom cabinets displaying a collection of art books. Finally, the media area is outfitted with Bang & Olufsen systems, including a 60-inch LCD television.
Floor-to-ceiling windows are framed with silk velvet drapery that surrounds the living space. The suite opens to reveal a landscaped 1,000-square-foot terrace designed as an urban getaway with seating groupings with lounge chairs, a fire pit, and a dining table overlooking historic Georgetown.
A mohair carpet leads into the bedroom foyer, office, and master suite. Its bathroom features white marble, a sculptural 90-gallon bathtub, and a crystal fixture elegantly draped overhead. The bedroom opens to the terrace overlooking Georgetown. This private space also includes his-and-hers walk-in closets, a ladies’ dressing and sitting area, a private office, and an exercise room with an elliptical trainer, a treadmill, yoga mats, weights, medicine balls, and two LCD screens.
Security features include bullet-resistant glass, a private entrance, and a closed-captioned security system.
The Royal Suite’s other amenities include complimentary access to the hotel car, 24 hour concierge service, shoe shines, and a wide selection of international newspapers and television channels.
The Royal Suite can be converted into a three-bedroom suite (5,287 square feet), or, for privacy, security and flexibility, the entire wing can be closed off to include eight bedrooms (8,825 square feet) ranging from Capitol Suites to premier doubles and kings.