Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay With Pierre-Yves Rochon
“Creativity does not exist without dreams. The capacity to dream about our projects enables us to create hotels that stimulate, surround and soothe all the senses.” – Pierre-Yves Rochon
Pierre-Yves Rochon clearly dreamed thoroughly about Bahrain’s newest jewel. He was the man behind the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay’s interior design, which is remarkably featured by the Art Deco style, a visual arts design style born in France right before the World War I and flourished worldwide in between the wars period. This style is characterised by hard geometric shapes, rich colours and lavish adornment. Rochon is world-renowned for his award-winning French-inspired designs of countless international hospitality brands. Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay aims to give each and every guest a visual experience like no other.
The Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay is the sun of the Bahrein bay universe, a journey into it is comparable in elegance, design and luxury to a 1930s voyage on a luxury cruise line. Guests are guided slowly across the water to the intimate and exclusive sanctuary of the Hotel and gardens. It would be hard not to fall deeply enamored with the perfect “puzzle” between the architectural elements coupled with the soothing colours and art works.
At the Hotel lobby visitors will be enchanted by the elite settings and sanctuaries inside the Hotel and around the gardens, completely absorbed in Art Deco’s sophisticated elegance. The overall design strongly parallels the local culture of the Kingdom. There is an overall modernization and progressivism that allows room for Bahraini touches that create a powerful and dynamic atmosphere.
The property is catered to all travelers: whether you are in the Kingdom for business, for a family vacation or for your honeymoon, there will be tailor-made feature and amenity to every single needs. In fact, guests can indulge themselves into 7 food & beverage outlets, 5 swimming pools, 17 spa treatment rooms and a fully equipped fitness centre.
The Hotel continues with its unique parallelism with the interior mirroring the surrounding island. The Hotel’s design incorporates a soft colour palette of beige, green and gold that mimics the colours of the greenery on the island. To contrast the colours, the property features strong geometric shapes and large, modern furnishings to create a memorable visual experience for each guest.
This style remains prevalent throughout the Spa and fitness area as well. Guests feel rejuvenated from the light and natural elements that resonate from the surrounding landscape. The Spa facilities that include 17 treatment rooms are decorated in light and elegant colour harmonies.
There are 273 accommodations, including 57 suites that all follow the same style and are decked in colours of tan, beige, green and black with mahogany and marble furnishings.