ATLANTA, GA — Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta has transformed all 12,000 sq. ft. of its dedicated meetings and events floor, fusing the hotel’s neoclassical architecture with modern textiles, new color palettes and technological advancements to support hybrid meetings. The interior draws inspiration from Atlanta’s reputation as the “City in the Forest” and Georgia’s abundance of freshwater lakes and rivers, marble and quartz. Complemented by a wealth of natural light, a palette of soft blues, whites and bronzed-champagne infuses the Grand Ballroom, Boardroom and Madison, Callaway, Augusta and Lanier rooms.
“Keeping with Four Seasons commitment to creating impressions that will stay with you for a lifetime, we are delighted to share our recently transformed event space with those seeking a unique setting to commemorate a special moment or conduct a productive business meeting,” says Nancy Chacon, General Manager of the 244-room hotel. “In today’s environment, our skilled staff is ready to accommodate our customer’s evolving needs, including advanced technological requirements to incorporate virtual components with in-person gatherings.”
TECH UPGRADES AND HYBRID CAPABILITIES
Every room has been reengineered with the latest advancements in audiovisual technology, LCD projectors, and enhanced connectivity to wired and wireless high-speed Internet with customizable bandwidth. These upgrades enhance hybrid-meeting capabilities through options such as webcasting interface, event livestreaming, interactive audience engagement, response and polling, and virtual classrooms that can support videoconferencing, multi-broadcast and hub-and-spoke event formats.
COMMITMENT TO HEALTH AND SAFETY
Click here to learn more about Lead With Care, Four Seasons’ enhanced global health and safety program. Additionally, Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta has added the ability to facilitate access to COVID-19 testing for hotel guests through a third party.