Four Seasons Hotel Chicago will once again open its doors on April 30, 2021, having recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation.
Food, Drink and Entertainment
The re-conceptualized lobby, illuminated by sleek hues of white marble with slate accents and gold embellishments, is brought to life with curated music programming inspired by Chicago’s music scene. In collaboration with BELLOSOUND, the lobby’s Social Lounge will host live entertainment throughout opening weekend, as well as every Saturday through the summer, with performances by local artists featuring genres such as jazz, blues, house and more. Additionally, Hotel guests can sit at the Social Lounge’s chic day bar for “Saturday Sips,” with complimentary wine pours from 3:00 to 4:00 pm.
The ambiance extends from the lobby to the adjacent Adorn Bar & Restaurant, Chicago’s first restaurant in partnership with James Beard award-winning Chef Jonathon Sawyer. Adorn presents globally-inspired cuisine rooted in the bounty of America’s Midwest inspired by Chef Sawyer’s global travels. Signature dishes on the Thursday-Saturday dinner menu include crispy confit of chicken wings, “Joe Beef” style lobster and spaghetti, edible beef suet candle service with house-baked bread, and more culinary options.
Adorn will also debut a new whimsical weekend brunch experience with dishes such as “teenie-tiny croissant cereal” with house horchata, breakfast bolognese pasta, a one-hundred-layer omelet as well as a “Detox” and “Retox” beverage menu with fresh-pressed juices and craft cocktails. Available Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, brunch at Adorn will offer a special performance on opening Sunday by The Charles Heath Trio, a Chicago-based soul band performing May 2, 2021 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.
The Hotel's newly designed accommodations offer residentially-inspired options and boasting views of Michigan Avenue and Lake Michigan.
Guests can reserve a “Mojitos and Manicures” experience to sip on custom cocktails crafted to their taste with an express manicure – all without ever leaving their room. Little ones will offered i their favorite ice cream flavors and toppings with a deliver-to-door ice cream cart, while adults will be offered enhancements such as boozy floats and spirit-infused creations.
In-room dining will now offer a private cooking demonstration by Chef Jonathon Sawyer, offering fully customizable menus tailored to guests’ preferences, complete with wine and cocktail pairings by the Hotel’s sommelier. Whether craving a five-course plated meal, a charcuterie and cheese spread or a dessert and champagne tasting, Chef Sawyer will work with each guest to curate a signature experience just for them.