Four Seasons Baltimore and Residences

Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore
General information
Status Complete
Type Hotel
Location Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Opening November 14, 2011
Technical details
Floor count 18
Design and construction
Developer H&S Properties Development

Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore is a highrise hotel complex building which opened on November 14, 2011.[1] The building's construction began back in 2007 and went through several changes. Developers originally planned the project as two towers, with a portion for residences. The hotel now occupies just one of the towers, with the second being used as the Legg Mason Tower. A Residential component will possibly be added in future years.

Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore has a total of 256 rooms, including 45 suites. Located in Harbor East, Baltimore, Maryland the building contains a hotel, two celebrity chef restaurants, a gourmet coffee shop, and a major retail store. The building is located in an upscale shopping and dining area.

Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore is located at 200 International Drive, overseeing the harbor. The reception desk and the lobby are on the ground floor. All the food and beverage facilities and have views of the harbor through large bay windows. The function and meeting space is on the second and fourth floors. The function space includes the Grand Ballroom, the Cobalt Ballroom, eight meeting rooms and one Boardroom. The total function space, including the pre-function areas, offers over 20,000 square feet of meeting space. The Spa and Fitness Center are on the fourth level.[2]

Hotel facilities

Wit & Wisdom, a tavern by Michael Mina, is the hotel’s signature restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant also features a bar area and patio seating during warmer months. Lamill Coffee is a coffee shop serving beverages, delicacies, and lunch items. The hotel's spa covers over 10,000 square feet and offers 11 treatment rooms, along with private men’s and women’s relaxation rooms. Its corporate facilities includes a 5300 square foot Grand Ballroom, the dividable Cobalt Ballroom with harbor views, ten smaller meeting rooms, and a private executive boardroom. Pabu, another restaurant by Michael Mina, is an upscale Japanese restaurant, which opened in the Spring of 2012. However, it is not accessible to and from the hotel. A major retail store, Anthropologie, is located on the first floor of the building. However, it is not accessible to and from the hotel either.[3][4]


An infinity pool is located outside on the fourth floor Splash Terrace. A whirlpool and reflecting pool are located on the outdoor fifth floor Harbor Terrace Splash Pool Bar& Grill is located on the Splash Terrace.[5]


  1. ^ "SkycraperPage: Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Baltimore". Retrieved 10 January 2012. 
  2. ^ "Services and Amenities". Four Seasons Baltimore. Retrieved July 15, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Four Seasons Baltimore". Trip Advisor Reviews. Retrieved July 15, 2013. 
  4. ^ "What is the interior design of The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore?". Forbes Travel Guide. Retrieved July 15, 2013. 
  5. ^ Sarah Meehan (April 15, 2013). "Four Seasons Harbor East unveils pricey and posh pool membership". Baltimore Business Journal. Retrieved July 15, 2013. 

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