Our family experience at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles

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poolDaniel Haddad

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles is a stylish and luxurious sanctuary at the heart of Beverly Hills. The high standard of service was evident from the moment we set foot in the grand entrance and the staff ensured we could expect world class five star service throughout our stay.

Our elegant one bedroom suite was ideal for families featuring a decadent master bedroom and bath, spacious separate lounge, and awe inspiring views of the city from the picturesque private balcony. The sofa easily converted into a bed for our children each evening and the hospitable team made sure they felt welcome from the start with sweet treats, mini size robes and slippers, as well personalised signs in their own bathroom. Details like high quality amenities, meticulous turn down service, and timely valet parking ensured our stay was seamless and relaxing.

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We couldn’t get enough of the Italian Riviera inspired pool complete with private cabanas and relaxed brunches at Cabana restaurant. Dinner at Culina is a must during your stay, where we were treated to one of the best dining experiences in Beverly Hills. If you’re looking to stay with a trusted luxury brand and want only the best for you and your family we highly recommend Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills the next time you visit the star studded city.

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Step into Culina, Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills’ stylish dining destination, and indulge in a mouthwatering meal in a sophisticated and buzzing setting. The ambient restaurant boasts relaxed outdoor seating and a vibrant dining room perfect for a night out with friends or an impressive date night. Book one of the inviting booths and have a front row seat to the enjoyable live music while you sample their irresistible dishes.

Their Chef de Cuisine, Giovanni Spataro, has created a varied, LA inspired Italian menu featuring high quality fresh ingredients and delectable flavour combinations. We loved the lighter take on Italian classics and focus on elevated seafood recipes.

Highlights of our dinner included the delicate “Carpaccio That Wants To Be Ceviche…” wild seabass with jalapeno gel, lime, cilantro and red onion, the fragrant and decadent “Tagliatelle al Tartufo Uncinato” house-made egg semolina pasta with moliterno and Italian black winter truffle, and the irresistible “Grigliata di Pesce” which included 1/2 spiny lobster, langoustine, sea scallops, Spanish octopus, wild caught seabass and Salmoriglio, and is a definite must order when dining here.

Make sure to try their unique “Salmone Pizza Skinni” with house-cured ora king salmon, caviar, brie, creme fraiche and lemon oil which is perfect for sharing and ask for recommendations for their potent signature cocktails and wine pairing to match their mouthwatering menu.

If you’re craving elevated modern Italian fare, a chic LA scene and impeccable service we highly recommend Culina during your stay in Beverly Hills.

CabanaDaniel Haddad


Weekend brunches are a family favourite and we had a wonderful experience at Cabana at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. Only open to hotel guests, the intimate and exclusive patio is an idyllic spot to enjoy a breakfast or lunch under the irresistible Californian sun.

We loved the Italian inspired design and tempting menu full of comforting brunch fare. Highlights included the buttery and indulgent pancakes with chocolate chips, the juicy burger, and the decadent Lobster Roll. There is also a wide variety of healthy salads and grain bowls paired with your protein of choice and refreshing iced coffees or smoothies to start your day right.

A perfect way to spend the morning before heading to Four Seasons’ refreshing pool to spend the day.

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