Case Study

Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Denver Defining Luxury Hospitality While Leading Downtown Denver’s Transformation

Denver, Colorado, USA

The Challenge

Design a hotel that increases Four Seasons’ brand presence in downtown Denver and connect it to the city’s vibrant art and sports scene.

The Design Solution

An elegant tower defining downtown Denver’s evolving skyline, the luxury hotel and private residences rises 45-stories, and at 614 feet it’s the fourth-tallest building in Denver. The hotel provides guests and residents with high-end amenities, premier accommodations and condominiums strategically located in downtown Denver’s central business corridor. It connects visitors and residents alike to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Union Station, Denver Pavilions, Pepsi Center, Coors Field and the Colorado Convention Center.

The Design Impact

Completed in 2010, the Four Seasons Hotel Denver and Private Residences was at the forefront of the remarkable transformation redefining downtown Denver. The project created 1,000 jobs and is expected to have an impact of $100 million on Denver’s economy within the first 10 years of operation.

Project Features

  • 45-stories
  • 239-keys
  • 102 condominium units
  • 249-car, below-grade parking garage
  • Spa with 10 treatment rooms
  • Restaurant and lounges
  • Pool and fitness facilities
  • 17,000 square-foot (1,579 sm) ballroom and meeting space


  • 2011 ENR Mountain States, Best Multifamily Residential/Hospitality Project