Originally published July 11, 2012

By Barbara De Lollis, USA TODAY

With a sleek, rooftop infinity pool and bar dispensing trendy cocktails and hourly treats such as frozen grapes, sun-glass cleaning and Evian water spritzes, you could confuse the newest Four Seasons for another hotel in one of the luxury chain's more glamorous destinations.

Add to the mix 250 guest rooms and suites with fancy bathrooms, rich walnut finishes and floor-to-ceiling windows; panoramic water views; a full-service spa; two distinct restaurants by celebrity chef Michael Mina, and it's clear that with this hotel, Four Seasons is making a big bet on Baltimore.

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