• 26 September 2012

The Honey-Hued Limestone Four Seasons Hotel

Four seasons hotel was designed by überarchitect I. M. Pei. This modern tower of Honey hued limestone rises 52 stories making it the city's tallest hotel and with hundreds of rooms with a view.

Rooms are available with A/C, TV w/pay movies, hair dryer, high-speed Internet and a minibar. Moreover, the sound proof rooms are among the city's largest averaging 600 square feet and feature massive windows. About two dozen of the expensive rooms also have terraces. The mammoth Florentine marble bathrooms have soaking tubs that fill in 60 seconds, and separate showers with pressure controls.

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