Los Angeles, California
Four Seasons Los Angeles
What it is
A 285-room star of Beverly Hills, with four lauded restaurants, a cabana-lined pool and a spa filled with starlets.
What it isn't
Just for humans. The hotel is happy to host four-legged guests 15 pounds or less with in-room treats, cozy beds and even Evian water in a dog bowl. Bonus: the concierge will arrange a dog-walker if you get tied up at the Rodeo Drive boutiques.
What we think
Los Angelinos are among the most discerning travelers on the planet, so it’s no wonder Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills pampers like none other. Guest rooms look like they’d perfectly suit a Silver Screen-era film set, with tufted headboards that stretch to the ceiling, marble-lined bathrooms, mirrored walls and black and white photographs in gilded silver frames adorning the walls. Fitness buffs (and overly frazzled executives) love booking the hotel’s Wellness Rooms, which have air purification systems, light that regulates circadian rhythms, water dechlorinators, Peloton equipment, and even guided meditations narrated by Deepak Chopra. Don’t miss bellying up to the bar at the darkly sparkly Italian wine lounge Vinoteca, where the menu includes spaghetti classico with corbari tomato sauce, fresh basil and buffalo mozzarella.
You're here because
The spa is so forward thinking they have treatments like DNA Facials—created by Beverly Hills facial plastic surgeon Dr. Moy—and pearl scrubs with amethyst gel body wraps.
As musicians trill into the late-night air at Windows Lounge, you quickly down your Crowd Pleaser cocktail—because it really is. With Grey Goose L’Orange, Luxardo, Pineapple, Lime, and Egg White, it’s a frothy vision... what LaLaLand dreams are made of.
Restaurants & Bars
Cabana Restaurant - casual, all-day dining
Culina - modern Italian restaurant, featuring a spacious patio and a live action crudo bar
Windos Lounge - specialty martinis and an extensive wine list
Slung between Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, within a quick stroll of Rodeo Drive. While you’re here, be sure to stop by Greystone Mansion—the landmarked 1928 Tudor estate that had a starring role in Gilmore Girls.