Revive in the Wellness Suites at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills


Opened in 1987, Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is a luxury hotel located on the corner of Burton Way and Doheny Drive with 285 rooms, 100 of them being suites. Along with nearly a 4,000 sq ft spa with eight treatment rooms designed by Stella Abdoulin of Barry Design Associates, the hotel hosts three distinct dining options: Culina Windows Lounge and Cabana Restaurant which includes the new plant-based Folia by Matthew Kenney. Since 1987, the hotel has seen a couple of upgrades, most recently being their new wellness-themed guest rooms and two suites.

On the fourth floor down the hall from the spa, the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills Wellness Rooms and Suites were designed by certified wellness experts to create a one-of-a-kind experience that places health and well-being at the center of the guest’s experience. “Located in the health-conscious mecca of Los Angeles, our guests of Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills place a big priority on wellness to stay fit and healthy while travelling, especially with today’s hectic pace,” says Michael Newcombe, General Manager and Chair of the company’s Global Spa and Wellness Task Force.

Guided by scientific research, the room’s functionality and design, with eco-chic features like the hypo-allergenic floors, aim to rejuvenate the body and restore your physical and emotional well-being. The latest innovation for health-conscious travelers invites guests to exercise, refresh and pamper with unique accommodations focused on the health-conscious traveler in mind:

1. Exercise Equipment: which include Alo Yoga mats, weights and a Peloton bike in each suite.

2. Wellness: circadian lighting, natural toiletry amenities from LATHER, state-of-the-art air purification and guided meditations by Deepak Chopra

3. Spa: guests of the Wellness Rooms can enjoy an 80-minute massage for the price of a 50-minute treatment like their new Surrender Massage or the JetSet Refresh Facial

With the creation of these wellness rooms, “we were looking to evolve the guest experience to deliver products and experiences that resonate and support a wellness-based lifestyle while on the road,” said Newcome.

One of these wellness features is the incorporation of circadian lighting in the rooms by Delos is controlled by a Mood Box which simulates the color temperature and intensity of natural outdoor light. Choose from three settings: Relax, Play, Energizing, each uniquely works to energize the body during the day and enhance sleep quality at night. Air and water quality in the rooms is also a key wellness feature, starting with the air purification system which reduces allergens, toxins and microbes and the dechlorinator, located in the shower, which serves to reduce chlorine from the water.