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Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California 

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300 S. Doheny Drive
Los Angeles , California
Tel: 310 273 2222
Fax: 310 859 3824
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A straw-yellow, 16-story high-rise accented with white balconies, the Four Seasons looks less like a hotel and more like one of the apartment buildings that surround it. Inside, though, it's all luxury. Rooms are decorated traditional Four Seasons–style, with rich fabrics in florals and stripes; sunlight pours through French doors that open onto Juliet balconies. The views from the fifth floor on up are spectacular, ranging from the jewel-box lights of the Hollywood Hills to panoramic city views. The fourth-floor spa and pool area is one of L.A.'s prettiest: The tiered pool is ringed by shrubs and flowers, and the green-and-white-striped cabanas are outfitted with plasma TVs, Wi-Fi, and mini-refrigerators. Downstairs, the lobby opens onto a lush garden, where the hotel's Culina Italian restaurant has a discreet patio set among the greenery. During awards season, the bar overflows with recognizable faces, but star sightings (yes, that is John Malkovich having dinner) are common year-round.

From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
"A world-class hotel without being stuffy," this 16-story contemporary property recently completed a $33 million renovation. Refreshed guest rooms with small balconies have "very comfortable beds." "Food and service are excellent" at Culina, which opened in March 2010 and serves modern Italian. Sip a lychee martini at Windows Lounge, or order an antioxidant salad at Cabana Restaurant. "Staff are both efficient and warm."

(285 rooms)
—2011 Gold List
Overall Score: 88.3
  • Design: 86.1
  • Food: 86.7
  • Location: 86.2
  • Rooms: 89.1
  • Service: 93.1

Also appeared in the Gold List in 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005

Amenities: Pool, Spa

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Overdelivers on the Reputation!

The Four Seasons is one of those hotels, legendary in name, and you always wonder if staying there is truly worth it - it is.I spend a lot of time traveling, and for... more