Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston is located in the heart of the chic Back Bay neighbourhood, just steps from Symphony Hall, Newbury Street, Copley Plaza, Fenway Park and so much more.
The soaring glass skyscraper – now the city’s third tallest building and its highest residences at 724 feet or 220 metres – was designed by Henry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners in collaboration with Gary Johnson of CambridgeSeven Associates. Surrounding the elliptical “guitar pick” shaped building are streetscapes by landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh.
The Hotel features 215 hotel rooms and suites all with floor-to-ceiling windows, soundproofing between floors and rooms and at-one’s-fingertips in-room technologies. Original works selected from the Hotel’s extensive art collection curated by Kate Chertavian decorate every room and suite, as well as public spaces throughout Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston.
Global dining restaurant Zuma has arrived in Boston at One Dalton Street. Tokyo-based Noryoshi Muramatsu of Studio Glitt created a space inspired by the four elements of earth, fire, water and air and includes gigantic stone boulders from Thailand among richly textured furnishings. The dishes themselves are prepared at three open kitchens: the main kitchen, sushi counter and robata grill. Chef Helmy Saadon has added many local touches to the menu, taking particular advantage of the Atlantic Ocean’s bounty throughout the menu of skewers, tempura, sushi, sashimi, maki rolls and more. Zuma’s bar features contemporary cocktails and more than 70 different sakes.
Located on the second floor is One + One serves fresh and healthy favorites such as the strawberries and cream muesli and just-pressed juices, as well as chicken & waffles. The restaurant is also open for lunch, a welcome respite from a busy day of working, shopping or gallery hopping. Four Seasons also offers a comprehensive 24-hour in-room dining menu for private meals or intimate entertaining.
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