Four Seasons Beverly Hills: Hotel Review

Four Seasons Hotels are probably my favorite. I have been to several now and they have always exceeded my expectations. The last Four Seasons I have stayed at is the one in Los Angeles, the Four Seasons Beverly Hills. I stayed there in May over my birthday and had the best time. The service Four Seasons is offering is always on point. What I probably love the most about the Four Seasons is the bed and the mattress. Sleeping in the Four Seasons bed is heaven.

Location

The Four Seasons in Los Angeles is located in the heart of Beverly Hills and so close to many great attractions. Airports like LAX, LGB, BUR are only 30-45 minutes away from the hotel. It is also super close to Santa Monica, West Hollywood, and other great neighborhoods. In Beverly Hills, you can also just explore by foot and there are plenty of great restaurants and bars just within walking distance.

Rooms

We stayed in the California Suite that was overlooking Beverly Hills. The rooms are very spacious and bright with lots of light coming in through the huge windows. It also has two balconies that offer incredible and panoramic views over the city. The suite fits 3 people and has a bright, chic, and modern residential style.

Dine Options

Johannes and I only tried the in-room dining option for breakfast twice and loved it but the Four Seasons Beverly Hills has actually several dining options: Culina Restaurant, Cabana Restaurant, and the Windows Lounge. The Culina Restaurant offers fine Italian dining and their menu sounds so delicious. If you are looking for a more healthy alternative check out the Cabana Restaurant offering a diverse menu with a variety of healthy choices from fresh seafood to antioxidant-rich salads. Looking for great wine options or specialty martinis make sure to visit the Windows Lounge that also has live music on Fridays and Saturdays.

Common Spaces: Pool, Fitness, Fountains and Spa

The Four Seasons Beverly Hills has a huge pool surrounded by palm trees and a wonderful city view. Relax in one of the cabanas or just soak in some sun on the rooftop by the pool and sip a cocktail. If you want to stay fit while on vacation check out the incredible gym that is open 24 hours and located next to the pool. Another great spot to unwind is the fountain and gardens on the ground floor of the Four Seasons Beverly Hills. I loved strolling around and sitting by the fountain. On top of all of that, the hotel also has an incredible spa and nail salon. Check out the different treatments the spa is offering here.

Activities

Since we only had 3 days in Los Angeles we were not able to hit as many spots as I wanted to but we still did some sightseeing in LA. Here are the spots we visited when we were staying at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills.

Santa Monica Pier

The Santa Monica Pier is a must when visiting LA and such an iconic spot to watch the sun go down. We went for sunset and had a blast.

LACMA

Another great spot to hit when in LA is LACMA and its Urban Lights. We went early in the morning and were the only ones for like an hour but I heard it is also pretty in the evening when the lights turn on. I am planning on going back during night time.

Hollywood Sign

For sure a spot that you have to put on your LA bucketlist. There are many spots where you can see the Hollywood Sign from and several hikes. We did not had the time to do any hikes and decided to drive to the Hollywood Sign viewpoint. I can totally recommend the spot.

Wings Mural & Paul Smith Wall

Los Angeles has so many incredible murals around the city and one day I am going to check more off my list. During the visit in May, I only was able to see the Wings Mural and the Paul Smith Wall. Both are great instagrammable spots.