Four Seasons Hotels prides itself on giving its clientele an extraordinary experience that will stay with them for a lifetime. The very first Four Seasons opened its doors back in 1961 in downtown Toronto, Canada, with a simple principle, “Treat every customer as a special guest.” I experienced this firsthand when I did a wedding venue site visit at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta. Located in downtown Atlanta, this location opened its doors to the public back in 1992. As you arrive at the Four Seasons, friendly and welcoming valet attendants greet you. As I walked in the hotel, I was immediately impressed with the floor to ceiling marble, the beautiful chandeliers and lighting, and the floral arrangements at the top of the staircase. From the moment I step out of my car, I felt the motto of treating everyone as a special guest.
Fifth Floor Terrace
My favorite part of the hotel is the Fifth Floor Terrace. First, let’s talk about their new mural. It’s bright, fun, and completely unexpected. Created by Carl Linstrum [SCAD], this mural of bright pink (I’ll say English) roses pop off its teal background and naturally attracts the bees that are buzzing around. The terrace is a sophisticated, chic, modern space and is completely versatile. You can have an outdoor ceremony (covered or not) with spectacular city views. It’s also a great spot to host your cocktail hour or after-party. Don’t worry if your wedding is in the colder months, they have fire pits and garden igloos!!
As you make your way to the luxurious Fourth-Floor Ballroom, you are greeted by multiple fabulous tear-drop crystal chandeliers in the foyer and stairwell. It gets better when you walk into the Ballroom. There’s unique circle crystal chandelier flanked by equally impressive square chandeliers that will guarantee catch your eye. If you have a thing for fabulous and elegant lighting this is the Ballroom for you! Completely flexible, this space can be utilized in its entirety or divided to accommodate both your ceremony and reception. The Fourth-Floor Ballroom is great wedding space for the Luxe Chic couple.
The Savannah Hall has that classic Southern elegant charm with a cool tobacco-leaf ceiling. It is perfect for an intimate wedding. It has a warm feel and reminds you of an elevated cigar room. The Georgia limestone fireplace creates a cozy environment. Mixed with the friendliness of the Four Seasons team; your family and friends will leave feeling as if they experienced genuine southern hospitality.
Finally, in no sense is the Penthouse Ballroom. Located on the 50th floor this space is completely modern with a 360-degree view of Atlanta. It’s luxurious and chic with a lot of style which blew me away when I stepped off the elevator. The opposite of the Savannah Hall this space is undeniably for the modern couple looking for that certain “je ne sais quoi.”
Whether or not you choose to have your ceremony and reception at the Four Seasons, this is an excellent hotel for you and your guest wedding weekend accommodations. The guest rooms are spacious and modern with fantastic detailing and great natural light. The bridal suite is perfect for you and your bridesmaids to get ready in. Large and spacious with the option of one or two bedrooms the suite will fit your entire bridal party comfortably, allowing for good times and great getting ready photo ops. While the groom and groomsmen are waiting for the festivities to begin, they can head down to Bar Margot and enjoy some adult beverages and tasty treats.
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