Peek Inside The Ultra Luxurious Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston

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Boston’s luxury scene is sizzling hot right now.

Case in point – the new Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston that recently opened in Back Bay. The city’s newest 61-story skyscraper offers a combination of luxury accommodations, haute residences, wellness and dining all under one roof. Standing at 724 feet, the jaw-dropping modern triangular design stands prominently as the tallest residential building in New England and the third tallest building in Boston.

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“We felt the city of Boston had done so well in terms of economic growth with the industries that surround us from biomed to health and technology that there was becoming more of a demand for luxury rooms,” said General Manager Reed Kandalaft. “Also, it has become a bit common for us in cities like New York and London to have two properties in the same city. Land is very hard to find in Boston as the city is almost fully developed. We wanted to be in a location that was residential, but surrounded by other luxury properties with easy access to Fenway, the universities and hospitals. Boston is a very well established market in terms of luxury. The Mandarin Oriental has been here for 12 years and there is the Boston Harbor Hotel and Ritz-Carlton. There is a good competitive set in the market here and we feel like the market can take on more inventory. We are happy to be able to coexist and compete with them as well.”

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There are also 215 guest accommodations at the club-like hotel, 160 private residences, Zuma, a Japanese-inspired izakaya that we told you about earlier this spring, a breakfast restaurant on the second level called One + One and a street level Trifecta Lobby Bar opening later this summer.

When you first enter the lobby, you will see a giant mosaic depicting the Great Molasses Flood of 1919. Throughout the property, beautiful pieces of artwork with a local nod can be found lining the walls. Off the lobby, there is a rotonda housing a Great American Library.

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One of the best surprises can be found on the seventh floor – an entire wellness floor with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Back Bay dedicated to holistic experiences. From steam rooms and rainfall showers to five private spa treatment rooms, including one couple’s suite, the eye for luxury and attention to details can be seen everywhere (think a state-of-the-art fitness center desinged by celebrity trainer Harley Pasternac and custom Italian mosaic art installations throughout the space).

There is also a boutique hair salon as well as the full service spa that offers manicures and pedicures, and massages and facial treatments using medically-inspired and organic brands. Be sure to finish off your visit here relaxing in the 64-foot curved swimming pool with underwater sound system.

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“When you look at the physical attributes of the property and get a feel for the energy and vibrance of it, you will realize we are also the first to house residents, a hotel, food and beverage and a spa,” Kandalaft added. “Our approach is holistic. We have dedicated an entire floor to wellness. We have a very loyal group of clients following us everywhere, but we were looking to do something different in Boston.”

And they have certainly done just that.

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