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Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire

Just completed is the renovation of the conference and banqueting spaces of the Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire.  The 5-star property is situated in rolling countryside about five minutes from Junction 5 of the M3, about halfway between Heathrow and Southampton airports.

Led by RPW Design the refreshed interiors of the hotel’s meeting and event spaces seamlessly breathe fresh life into the historical Georgian property, adding a stylish sense of sophistication.

The hotel opened in February 2005 with 22 guest suites and 111 rooms, all distinctive and meeting 5-star plus standards.  Other facilities include an indoor/outdoor swimming pool, clay pigeon shooting and tennis in the restored country mansion.

The elegant 170 capacity Ballroom is the largest room in the renovation with a large terrace looking out towards the countryside. The makeover focuses on neutral colours to complement the natural light that brightens the room. In order to create a stylish aesthetic and reconnect with the property’s magnificent architecture and picturesque countryside location, RPW Design has chosen sophisticated furnishings and light fittings to complement the soft tonal colour scheme of the overall refurbishment.

Also gaining the makeover are the Beckington, Bathurst and Shrewsbury rooms drawing inspiration from the surrounding Dogmersfield Park.

www.fourseasons.com/hampshire

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