Four Seasons Hotel Baku
The Four Seasons Baku opened in September 2012 and is a newly constructed hotel, built in the fin-du-siècle style that is now Baku’s signature architecture. Its nine stories are built in Azeri stone, topped off with a copper mansard roof and avoids pastiche due to the meticulous research of British architects Reardon Smith.
The location, facing the Caspian Sea and just moments away from the Old Town on foot, simply could not be better. The stylish interior design was overseen by Merhiban Aliyeva, the First Lady of Azerbaijan. You’ll find soft lilac, and mauves with steely grey undertones in Zafferano, the casual Italian restaurant on the ground floor complete with pizza oven and also where an excellent breakfast is served. Bentleys bar on the ground floor specializes in malt whisky, but our choice for a nightcap would be the Kaspia bar, part of restaurant of the same name on the 9th floor where you can enjoy the sounds of a local quartet and people watch.
Classically inspired yet fresh and high tech, the 171 guest rooms are among the city’s most spacious, averaging 500 square feet, and almost all open to a balcony with views of the Caspian Sea or the Old City. All guest rooms feature 42-inch LCD televisions with Blu-ray player, high-speed internet access for multiple devices, fully stocked minibar, in-room movies, in-room safe, alarm clock, and dual telephones with voice mail. The spacious marble bathrooms include convenient double vanities, a television embedded in the mirror, separate rain shower, separate toilet with bidet, and of course a deep, luxurious soaking tub.
The hotel is also home to a sumptuous penthouse spa, featuring nine treatment rooms as well as hamams, a spectacular pool, and fitness center.
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