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Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills in Los Angeles, CA

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills in Los Angeles, CA

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Rating: 4.35

Address: 300 S Doheny Dr, Los Angeles, CA, 90048
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Comments (228):

1. shoba d.
Nice quiet place in the middle of a mostly-residential neighborhood.  I've eaten at the restaurant and thought the food was just ok (service, however, was exceptional).  The hotel bar is just the thing if you want a low-key drink.

05/07/05 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. A W.
It's all about the High Tea service in the gorgeous lounge during the day with girlfriends, and all about the bar at night!  I can imagine it could be a meatmarket, but the open plan, nice seating, loungey atmosphere and back patio make it worth it.  Whether you are a wedding party, or a party of one, make this a getaway from home spot and splurge for the night.

07/07/05 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Alex C.
We came down here for a wedding two years ago and had a very nice stay. The rooms and service were very good. The highlight for my wife was the mani/pedi in the spa. I got a couple of good workouts in the poolside fitness area.

It is beautiful, but it is not the Peninsula! What is the deal with whoring out the bar as a pseudo-nightclub? We returned to the hotel with some friends and tried to get a drink in the lobby bar. Only to find it was roped off with some bulky, andro-user trying to impede my forward progress. I had to explain I was a guest of the hotel! He did have others waiting on the other side of the velvet rope, but this is the hotel bar and I am staying here. If I want a GD tonic and bitters and a couple glasses of wine for my pals, Mr. Roid in a Suit is going to get in my way? Of course, he got out of the way as fast as his muscle bound physique who allow him. And what did I discover... The bar was several times noisier inside than out and there was no place for a quiet drink. So we went to a lovely sitting room off the lobby (away from the bar) and I waited on my pals and brought drinks from the bar.

This is an excellent, first class hotel that cannot figure out if they are a really nice W Hotel or truly dedicated to the experience of all their guests!

12/03/06 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Paul K.
I live in southern California so I do not come here for business just pleasure.  I have stayed at almost every 4 star 5 star hotel in the area, I have eaten at over 100 different restaurants in the LA area.  This is the place to stay and to eat.  There is no better Sunday brunch, forget cost; you can easily eat the price of your brunch ($65).  And the waffles with the fresh whipped cream and fresh berries, there is no better.  The staff is impeccable, they understand the meaning of word service.  I have stayed here 4 times and have eaten here over 20.  I had dinner here just two weeks ago with some friends, one of the best meals plus after dinner drinks at the bar, a fantastic night out.  A bit pricey ($500 for 3 people).  But how many times have you gotten out where it is $500 per person and it is just ok.  I have never had a bad experience and if you want to see stars just come on any Sunday for brunch.

30/07/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Jennifer H.
This is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. From the chocolates in my room that greeted me upon arrival to the waitress who brought us robes when eating outside on a chilly morning, just in case the weather became more than we could stand. It's not one of the swankier hotels I've ever been in with regards to outside appearance, but the rooms are incredibly well-appointed and comfortable. Plus, you are almost guarenteed a few celebrity sightings if you stay here, which is part of the point of a Los Angeles vacation, isn't it? ;)

25/03/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. Beanie C.
Gorgeous hotel, but unless you are a celeb the staff are snobbish, IMO.  My husband and I stayed here for 2 nights the night we got married and  found it to be okay.  They knew it was our wedding night...you think they could send up a bottle of Champagne.  We stayed at different hotels all over LA the week we were married...Loews Santa Monica sent up Champagne and chocolate covered strawberries as did the Hyatt on Sunset.  This place ONLY caters to celebs and the wealthy.  I wouldn't go back.  The hotel itself is beautiful, nice pool area and restaurants...but not nice enough for me to return.

02/03/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
7. Joanne S.
the carpeted floor on the 7th floor, outside of what i assumed was my friends room, was very nice for laying on while waiting. then, the beds were wonderful until i was forced to move to the floor (wasn't my room). the floor was fantastic! great job, 4 Seasons. ---oh, but your staff was overwhelmingly fake and unfavorable.

08/12/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
8. Jennifer D.
Hands down the best Four Season Hotel as far as service goes.  The rooms leave more to be desired for but the service is so personal that we overlooked the lack of updates.

The spa is wonderful.  Gilma and Demitri give the best massages.

30/08/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. rice r.
Sunday brunch - $62 each.
Food was okay - can do better than this.
Service - was exceptional.

Overall is a nice dining experience.

18/09/06 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Erica C.
I wish I could come here every Sunday for brunch because I totally would if I could. But then I'd be broke and fat...  So I guess having Sunday brunch at the Four Seasons as a special once-in-a-long-while treat will do just fine.  The food is good, service is impeccable, and the ambiance is absolutely lovely.

02/10/06 | Link | Rating: 4.0
11. Eli B.
Definitely one of the nicer hotels in L.A., and, while I'd take the Peninsula for service, the Bel-Air for ambiance, and several places for hipness before the Four Seasons, it still gets five stars. It's one of the better Four Seasons in the chain. The bar is pretty cool, and when it's not cool it's hysterical; the Sunday brunch is GREAT.

25/03/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
12. Bella A.
And in the eigth level in hell lies the Four Seasons Doheny.  Here you will find panderers, seducers, flatterers, and bad taste.  The decor looks like my dead english great grandmothers garage, the food is drenched in sauce to cover the lack of flavor, and the rooms are on par with a super eight in Dodge.  The only redeeming quality about this place is that the staff is nice and the pool is clean.

12/03/07 | Link | Rating: 2.0
13. Bonnie G.
This has been the "go to" spot for me to take my nephews for brunch.  Talk about perfect settings, this is it, sitting outside on a beautiful day in LA with my nephews, a mimosa & eating wonderful food it's about as good as it gets.  Although they have outgrown the novelty now, when they were young the celebrity sightings were a big kick for them.  We've accumulated quite a few stories over the years.  My favorite waffles around but I must admit the kids table is my guilty pleasure.

09/12/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
14. mel c.
i think borat said it best when he said, "wah-wah-wee-wah-wah!"  this place sets the bar. beautiful hotel, top notch service.  i took my wife here for a romantic birthday and it did not disappoint.  had a deliciously decadent chocolate birthday cake for two in the room waiting for us when we walked in.  the room amenitites, ridiculous -- bvlgari? or is it bulgari? i don't even know how to pronounce it!  that's how fancy shmancy it was.

spa was sick -- luxurious and relaxing.  the restaurant (Gardens) was SOO nice.  service was friendly and attentive. ate on the back porch, which was was muy romantico. and the food was AMAZING - crab salad, duck confit, black cod -- all without a doubt some of the best food i've had).  our waiter even comp'd us a free dessert for my wife's bday and brought us some extra truffles and cotton candy at the end of the night.

the only minus is that everything here is crazy expensive -- but here you definitely get what you pay for.

02/09/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
15. Dth S.
this is my 'go to' hotel for everything. they have my favorite chocolate cake in town, plus my favorite personal messeuse is ONLY here at their spa, plus the rooms are nice&the pool side manners are awesome.....

17/10/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
16. tony l.
Service was second to none! I was there for a wedding, and stayed there during the festivities. The staff was always friendly, wearing a smile, and helpful. The fitness center was  immaculate and pretty well equipped.

30/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
17. Kaz K.
So this place is so beautiful and ritzy, but unlike the Hollywood Roosevelt, the people here are very professional and attentive/nice. At first you wonder if they are being fake, but no, they are really genuinly nice and caring. No wonder it's Four Seasons.

09/10/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
18. John C.
For most people, the Gardens at Four Seasons are best known to be a Saturday/Sunday Brunch hot spot.  Little do they know, this place serves the most delicious truffle fries ever made.  (As I recall, sometimes it's not even listed on the menu)  If you're a die-hard french fries lover, you should be prepared to pay close to $20 for one order.  It's worth every penny.  I'm shocked that this place isn't even listed on the "Best of" list for french fries on Citysearch.

21/04/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
19. Susan I.
Spent the afternoon at the pool with some friends in from Europe. The veggie burger I ordered for lunch was divine - the foccacia was wonderful and there seemed to be an entire fresh avocado on the burger. Not a huge fan of the $20 price tag (or the $8 price tag for a Fiji Water for $14 for valet), but that's the price you pay for the Four Seasons. It would have been great if there was music playing at the pool, but it was silence (except for the little British kids playing in the pool). You pay for the service at a place like this; it might not be as modern or as hip as many other hotels in the area, but you're hard pressed to find a more polite, helpful, friendly staff anywhere.

16/04/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
20. Jackie B.
I am reviewing only for High Tea at the Four Seasons.  This place makes tea time, yummy and eventful.  If you're in for some people watching, that's fine.  But I'm telling you at tea time, you sit back and sip...all of a sudden you forget your days' worries.

16/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
21. Christine R.
What a great hotel.  The location is perfect, so many restaurants and shops nearby.  Hotel town car will drive you to local spots if you don't feel like driving in the crazy L.A. traffic.   The Windows lounge has  great drinks and even better people watching.  On our recent trip we discovered how many great local parks and playgrounds  are really close to the hotel.  The service is the best part.  Always friendly, helpful. They always remember you also.  Even with all the celebritries and wealthy people there your always treated the same.  The last time we pulled in there was a line of papparazi out front, so we felt a little funny pulling in driving the Camry..... oh well.  One day it will be a Porsche or Landrover, until then we can dream.

19/02/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
22. Abraham C.
The food is not bad, the lounge and patio environment is great, they recently extended the patio. Cigar and smoke friendly patio as well. Sunday brunch is better I think than the normal menu. The live music is very nice. The service is top notch and the rooms are nice. The one thing that sticks out to me is thats they treat everyone with the same respect which is important for a high end Hotel (some are a bit snooty I have found in Beverly hills towards tourists). Thursdays night is a good night for singles there.

14/11/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
23. NYSD G.
i guess i'm a little spoiled and i am not a fan of old man hotels because when we have corporate meetings we usually stay in, i hate to say it "trendy modern hotels" (the W, the standard, the james) anything with "The" in front of it means modern =). i don't like flowers, yellow/gold colored rooms with dark red traditional furnitures. so, when i saw that it was going to be at the four seasons i cringed but i saw that it was more than just a hotel but a spa and wellness place as well. i guess the higher ups felt that we were so stressed the last 6 months that we could use a good rub down.

when we got there the outside structure looked modern with its brick on metal aluminum colored window frames but as soon as you walked in it was back to traditional. the rooms were good in size with plenty of space, along with the requisite plasma and lcd, the king bed was comfy with soft sheets, the bathrooms though were top notch 5 stars. maybe it was because it had a little modern feel to it, from the sliding door to enter, to the glass door to the shower, the basin, to the huge tub and a tv to watch espn while you shave.

the spa and wellness center was amazing and very japanese zen and i felt a little out of place because the men that were in there looked like they definitely needed a lot of de-stressing and pampering.

the only food we got to try at the hotel was breakfast since we didn't have the lunch the day before and dinners were offsite but it was okay, nothing to rave about.

i guess the hotel and spa for what it is should be 5 stars because of how they treat their guests and that's the most important judge for any hotel and it should never be because of its exterior and interior, but you know what, it still feels like an old man hotel.

11/05/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
24. Brandon M.
Great place

17/12/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
25. angela t.
Wow !!!! What an experience ! Whether it is  your first experience or 100th . This hotel holds itself to the highest level of excellence . Always consistent with absolute incredible service . About 2 weeks ago my husband, daughter and I stayed here for several days and as always we were pleased with our stay. At check-in the front desk people were so attentive and helpful that my husband tipped them $50 each . The 2 rooms we had reserved were upgraded to wonderful 1 bedroom 1 1/2 bath  suites . The rooms had  marble bathrooms with top of the line fixtures , a beautiful living room and huge walk-in closets . The views of Beverly Hills were nice and we had a wrap-around balcony that over looked the roof top pool.   I might add that the hotel has undergone a renovation in 2010. The shopping is a several blocks away , whether your shopping Rodeo Drive, Beverly Center or Century City . So you will probably need to drive especially if you plan on carrying back plenty of bags . The hotel car is also always available to drop off and pick up if needed .  But who cares ... your at the Four Seasons ... call down to the concierge and book a massage . Just relax and stay put . Shop later . All I can say is if you have an opportunity to experience this great hotel you won't be disappointed . This goes for the the Maui , New York and the Beverly Hills  Wilshire location too !!!!!

25/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
i've yet to stay at the four seasons hotel, so this review isn't for the hotel itself, but for the restaurant, 'gardens'.

definitely not the hippest place to dine, but it is lovely.  i would recommend sitting outdoors if you're having dinner as it is quite serene and the gardens are...well...lovely.  since it is LA, i would say that attire would hover around the business casual to nice denim range, though i did see a woman wearing a particularly disturbing outfit consisting of lace hot pants and matching midriff top paired with clear kitten heeled shoes with paste diamonds.  this would be a place to try and catch an older  mature gentleman with some coin if you're into that sort of thing, as they are lounging around, and they do like to smile and make eye contact.  (i would refrain from wearing that breed of outfit though.  it really doesn't look attractive on anybody, fit or not fit.  and i'm not sure if the attention is the good kind.  but that's just my thinking.)

moving on.

the food is good and plated well -- nothing too daring or experimental in terms of taste or presentation.  classic does come to mind. we started with an appetizer of the dungeness crab with mango and cilantro and it was sweet and refreshing.  the organic mesclun salad with goat cheese, raspberries, and shaved baquette croutons was pretty and green and the leaves were full and happy looking!  i do like a happy looking salad.

our entrees were good as well.  my friend ordered the 14-ounce natural new york steak medium rare and it was sent to our table with the middle a perfect warm jewel tone without being bloody.  this is how medium rare should be done -- i am a stickler for this. when a restaurant presents me with medium rare and it's brown, i get grouchy and immediately turned off.  i ordered the lobster risotto (which appeared on the special menu for the evening), and though the portions of lobster were generous, the dish overall was a bit on the saltier side.

the drinks are strong.  try the asian pear.  it tastes like an asian pear, and then punches you in the face with alcohol.  i like mojitos and ordered the lychee mojito as i normally do when i dine out.  the mojito was tasty, but lacked an overeall lychee flavor but did come with a nice fat lychee skewered in the drink.  nice fat lychee skewered is also fun to say.

we skipped dessert as we were both rather full.  and might i take this moment to say how warm and cordial the waitstaff was at this particular establishment?  our waiter, dale, was a mature gentleman who was attentive without being overbearing, very polite, and kind.  there was nothing rude or obtrusive about his service, and it made for a smooth and fine dining experience.  i absolutely abhor waiters that think they're too cool and too good looking to be decent.  i don't care if you can grate my parmesan cheese with your jawline.   maybe they should teach basic manners at stella adler.

a highlight of the night is walking out of the restaurant and into the piano bar/lounge that is adjoined to the main dining area. couples were dancing to cole porter and men in suit jackets were eyeing and spying.  overall a very chill atmosphere despite the daddies.  again, not the trendiest place to dine, but trendy places to dine are sort of obnoxious and passè, no?

08/03/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
27. Nicholas A.
This place rocks, why 5 stars? FREE APPETIZER TRAY. They give you a endless supply of those snacks you get at trader joes like 3 different kinds for free while you drink on the patio, that rocks!!! The service is awesome they have these cool little cabanas, you can smoke outside at this location (I don't smoke), and the seating was comfortable.

11/08/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
28. Solmaz V.
Very nice hotel, their bar is small but has a decent size dancefloor.... theres lots of rich old men lurking around here with cougs with bad plastic surgery... They have a well stocked bar with a very nice scotch selection.... clssic decor and very nice bathrooms.... I like.

29/07/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
29. Anabelle E.
WOW!!!  If you've ever wanted the Royal treatment this is the place to come!  Complete with the white gloves and all!  The was good almost normal.  

BUT the service as great.  They waiter even brought out my silverware chilled on a silver plater literally!  They were very attentive & I swear if I would have let them they woud have started feeding me.

The dessert was picture perfect & tasted qually great.  This is a very impressive place and an experience everyone should enjoy at least once!

06/03/06 | Link | Rating: 5.0
30. Ben S.
Very nice hotel , I stayed there once for my senior prom, and the place was very extravagant. The service was great, of coarse the people are attentive to all your needs. Please do believe the hype when people talk about the Four Seasons. And of coarse I was not shocked to see Britney S. shopping near the hotel, while they were taking pictures of her. Great place to stay but very expensive!

13/06/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
31. gisele d.
This is by far my favorite haunt to socialize with my upper crust and super wealthy friends..Older set over 65...I love this hotel...The suites are 2 die 4!! Second the bar is a haven for the super famous Actors,executives,producers,,wanna be's...though the wanna be's are kept close from the A-list ...due to the Super tight security!!..You never know who you may meet..Like Terrence Howard,one of George Clooneys co-stars?...etc.They have a band that plays wonderful cover tunes...The food and the service is A-1..over all please leave the big names be...Or they will settle in a new haunt..Its best to ask for kindly autographs by the valet..Enjoy...

12/11/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
32. Jason F.
Sunday Brunch was perfect. I was with 11 others and the food was a good mix ranging from sushi to dim sum to omelettes to prime rib. Lots of freshly sliced fruit and last but not least, mash potatoes and mac & cheese at the kids table. The service was excellent, but the for the price, it better be!

One last thing, celebrity sightings galore: John Mayer, Jodie Foster, Yunjin Kim.

10/12/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
33. kazuko O.
I took my sister in law there today.
we got there around 1:30pm and there were some empty seats outside.
Food selections are very good. Beef ribs, Roast beef, all kinds of salad, cheese, waffle, sweets, sushi, Chinese dim sam, a lot of source, etc.
Each dish is tasty and descent, so there is no surprise.
The price was $64 or $68 + tax and drinks you order + tip.
I think this price is reasonable for this brunch buffet at four season.
People like to go Sunday brunch at nice hotels in Japan and most price there is around $100-$150, so I think this price is reasonable for four seasons.
There were some celeb in the room, but I don't know their name.
The waitress was very nice and never pushed us to hurry to anything even if we stayed there over 3pm. Maybe the first waitress went home because different waitress gave me the check lol...
we had very nice time and this is the place you want to take someone for special occasions.

27/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
34. Thien N.
Sunday brunch is delicious.  Sushi was fresh.  I had an omelette from the omellete station, it was good because it was really tiny and had tiny chopped bell peppers and mushrooms.  Left room for other breakfast delicacies like belgian waffles and fresh fruit and cheese.  Top it off with an iced tea and a sampling of desserts, and voila...tres magnifique.  Nothing too over the top, but the service and the freshness makes it worth it.

06/02/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
35. Carrie C.
My boyfriend's aunt stays here whenever she's in town and we are lucky enough to be invited over to stay with her! lol  The rooms are fantastic!!

The suite has not one but TWO bathrooms...a his and hers!  I find this to be the greatest thing since sliced bread...I can do make-up...he can go potty and read the paper...and at the same time! lol  The hair dryers are also pretty cool...they pack a lot of punch for being so little!  Loved them so much that we called downstairs to see if we could buy one and low and behold...it only set me back like $20 some-odd dollars.  Who knew!?  The beds are firm yet soft enough that you sink right in...can't beat a good night's sleep.

Drinks in the bar are also quite tasty...pricey...like $18 a piece pricey.  But you're paying for the ambiance so suck it up people.  Chances are you'll see a celeb or two so if you have someone in from outta town...take 'em here for a bevvie.

21/05/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
36. Britney A.
Loved the spa and the pool here!  I also love the room we had.
Nice place.

27/12/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
37. Colleen L.
For top notch, extraordinary, eye-opening, drop dead, gorgeous, unpretentious, people watching, try taking a walk through this lobby, bar & piano lounge. You'll see sights that will etch Southern California in your mind forever. It's surreal. It's all here, in the name of beauty -  botox, liposuction, personal trainer, 5 inch heels, shortest, flounciest, backless  minidresses. Oogling big time. Now this is entertainment.

Picture this, tall, young, slinky blonde, who's striperella dancing with an ancient, crusty cowboy. He takes off his hat, gives it to her. She cavorts around him, his gait is so unsteady he nearly falls over, he puts his hands out to a chair to steady himself. She places the hat back on his head, he bows to her. She helps him get seated, he whispers something in her ear. He leans back, then asks a raven haired woman to dance along to the next song. Unstoppable, unbelievable. I had such a fit of giggles, others in the room were similar. It was like Lawrence Welk met John Wayne & Paris Hiltons look alikes swarmed the room in all styles of undress. Maybe the fountain of youth exists right here?

Extravagant, most gigantic floral arrangement  of  Casa Blanca Lilies arrangement in the lobby. Hurly burly bouncer stands inside the cozy bar/lounge. Attentive bartender. Beautifully upkept landscape, with a tropical flair.

This is unprecendented hotel living in it's finest moment. A piece of L.A. not to be missed by any tourist in one's lifetime.

Thanks to m. date for having introduced me here!

05/08/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
38. Serina T.
We came to the bar and piano lounge for some drinks.  If you are a hot young girl looking for a sugar daddy...this is where you should go.  I'm not naive enough to assume that these girls are with men three times their age for their charming personalities and not their fat wallets.

We got a table outside on the patio.  I'll have to admit the decor and ambiance are very classy.  However I was rather disappointed in the service.  At $18/drink I was expecting a little bit more.  Our waitress never once checked up on us after she took our order and delivered our drinks.  We had to go search for her to get the check.

05/11/07 | Link | Rating: 3.0
39. Gina J.
High tea at the Four Seasons...how faaaabulous!  No really, it is!

One of my girlfriends had her baby shower at the Four Seasons, it was a tea party for about 10 of her girlfriends, none of whom I knew, btw, except her sister that I had met at her wedding years ago.  This worked out perfectly though as I had celebrated part one of my birthday the night before and was too hungover to do anything besides listen to polite chit chat.  Besides being a lovely tea service, it also negated the possibility of having to participate in those dreadful baby shower games.  A big plus, in my book.  

The Four Seasons serves tea on weekends from 3-4pm.  It is quite lovely and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a girly type party.  In fact, I mentioned going there again with some of my girlfriends.  Not hungover.  For $35 (or $40 to include a glass of champagne), you get your choice of tea and a plethora of finger sandwiches and desserts.  They are DELICIOUS!  The curry chicken was a popular one, as was the lobster.  The scones were tasty too, warm, not dry at all, and served with lemon curd, cream, and some type of fruit jelly.  We stuffed ourselves silly on these goodies and yet there were still some leftover!  Despite what you might think about dainty finger sandwiches, we all got quite full.  The service was excellent, I don't think we had to ask the waiter for anything, he was on top of his game and made sure we had everything we wanted before we had to ask.  

Anyone know why it's called "high tea"?  I'd google it, but I'm just too lazy.

03/10/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
40. Nikhil P.
Oh Lala... For the price $18 cocktails, def better than Viceroy, Santa Monica (the only other premium spot I have been to, besides overhype Las Vegas). Surprisingly no attitude for BH, while the Viceroy at times do not treat you well at all. Superb decor, comfy loungy, piano bar!!

I felt like an 1930's elitist. Good for that nite lol. Most def have to check out some of their premium scotch, never heard of some of that stuff, man you learn something new every day don't you!!

01/06/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
41. Kat L.
I came here for a VH1 event and the setup was great.  The bartender was hot! They had the best food! I would never had thought that they would do great appetizers as well! Besides being a gorgeous hotel with a warming welcome.  There is usually some sort of little treat as you enter.  In the winter time it is hot apple cider with cinnamon sticks! yum!

It's a wonderful and beautiful hotel.  I would love to stay there the next time I am there.  Yes, it is expensive but it is worth it.  The food was great and the service was friendly.  I never knew this place was here because it is tucked away on Doheny.  It took us a little bit to find the place but we were very impressed with this location.  

If I ever get married, I would put this place on the top of my list for the reception and more! ^_^

24/09/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
42. Michael N.
One of my most fav spots for meetings.  Great ambiance, 5 star service you cannot beat the four seasons.

07/10/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
43. Victoria K.
I've eaten at the Poolside Grill twice for lunch.  Both times I had very good sandwiches with sides of onion rings.  I would like to point out that onion rings to me are like children to Britney Spears--I probably shouldn't have them, someone should take them away, but for some reason I can't help myself!  Wherever I go I just have to order them!  And for an onion ring lover like myself, I can tell you that despite the steeper prices, the onion rings at the Four Seasons are like anything else at the Four Seasons, exceptional.  Now my review is not COMPLETELY based on onion rings (that would be silly!), but the service was great and the ambiance is obviously very classy as you'd imagine.  It's definitely a bit of a treat, going there and trying to feel like a star.  Yes there are probably better restaurants, but for what I've had (sammies and o-rings) it's pretty damn good :)

06/02/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
44. George T.
i have worked at the most exclusive and finest hotels and resorts in the area, and if you are working an event there for an entertainment company, you are treated with utter contempt by management.
after unloading heavy equipment out of a truck, i was very thirsty. so i found a paper cup and walked along the service corridor between the kitchen and the banquet rooms. i asked a gentleman who was kind enough to direct me to the drinking fountain in the kitchen. then was confronted by a bald creep with glasses who escorted me out of the kitchen, speaking so fast and gibberish that i could barely make out what he was saying, but did not allow me to tell him that i wouldn't have gone in there unless directed to. i was trying to do the right thing by not making myself conspicuous by walking through the crowd. we often walk that service corridor, and i have personally never experienced being hassled like that by ANYONE there before or at ANY OTHER RESORT. most understand that i am doing a job there and have no interest to cause trouble because i know that i will be going in there again to work an event (weddings, bar mitzvas and other presentations). the man also had the audacity to pull rank and tell me that he was the executive chef! which was ironic because the food we got was cold and made me wonder how you could make penne pasta taste so bad. not the most fun when you are working over 10 hours and you can't really get away to get something decent to eat at a mc donald's, lol.

27/05/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
45. Andy D.
Four Seasons - Four Stars.
I was actually not a big fan of the room, it was a lot like a regular room to me - and last night it was storming like crazy, windy as hell, and kind of cold, but I decided to step out on the balcony, it was a corner room so the balcony accessed 2 sides of the building and then I was like, okay, now this is what I'm talking about.  That was what that room at the Four Seasons was all about, an amazing view of the pool area (which looked awesome by the way) and an amazing view of California... honestly it felt like Miami last night (but cold) the wind blowing the tall palm trees left and right was amazing.  It was fuckin' sexy is what it was.  I ended up liking that suite at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills...  maybe I'll stay there again sometime.

05/01/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
46. Joey M.
With any Four Seasons property you can expect great service, great dining, on a beautiful property.  The bar (The Blvd) is really nice, and the bartenders are some of the best in the business.  From the minute you drive up, the staff makes you feel like they are all working for you. What makes the Four Seasons stand out from any other hotel/resort is the exceptional service you will get.

21/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
47. Max E.
Love the Hotel, location, food and of course, the service. Culina is a great restaurant and the employees are one of the many reasons why you want to always come back. I Highly recommend that hotel for stay, dinner, afternoon tea of late night drinks.

30/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
48. Akiko I.
My friends and I came here on a Saturday night for drinks at the lounge.  It was very classy and the service was very attentive and polite.  We ordered the sashimi, tuna tar tar, and cheese plate.  Everything was pretty good but the sashimi was not at the level we are used to.  The wine was good and the ambiance was just superb.  

*Ambiance = good
*Food = pretty good
*Drinks = good

13/04/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
49. FoodEate R.
I was told this was LA's best Brunch spot. I'm going to give the benefit of the doubt that they weren't talking about best tasting brunch spot, probably overall experience. I'm going to assume they thoroughly enjoyed the scenery and service. It's a very elegant yet  chill place to enjoy a nice sunday brunch but wasn't all that impressed with the selection they had to offer. I did think the fresh juice bar they have was very cool and tasty. But for the main entrees definitely not impressed ala Mckayla. I thought the best part of the entire buffet was their dessert. They have a running chocolate fountain and their shortcakes and cream stuffed pies or whatever it was were pretty damn delicious. Service of course was fabulous as you'd expect, always coming by our table to check on us. But I came for the main entrees and unfortunately you could get the same if not better tasting waffles, eggs, sausage elsewhere. Yea they have sushi but who the heck goes to a buffet to eat sushi, that's like going to a steakhouse and ordering fish. When I went there were a lot of old folks, of course cuz they're the ones with the moola, but man they walk so slow and make you wait forever just to get some mediocre applewood sausage. Would I go back, possibly as long as I'm not paying cuz $70 pp to wait in slow moving lines just isn't my kinda place.

28/02/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
50. Liz T.
While the hotel ambience was lovely - and I especially loved their fresh floral arrangements throughout the property, and the impressive light fixtures in their carport and Culina restaurant - it is the Service that really distinguishes the Four Seasons above all others.  You receive white-glove service from the moment you arrive.

Because I had arrived much earlier than their regular check-in time and they didn't have a room available, they sent me to their spa on the 4th floor so that I could relax and freshen up.  What a treat!

During my stay, I was under the weather and had to call down for some meds which they sent up quickly.  The next day after my return from business meetings, I noticed housekeeping provided me an extra bottle of water.  High marks for observation and consideration.

Four Seasons really train their front staff well.  They always remembered my name, and made sure to address me even though they might be busy with someone else or finishing up a task.  Small courtesy but it's these details that make great service.

Culina restaurant onsite is good.  If you're not up to eating out or just want to chill at the hotel, it has good menu selections and quality of food and service is better than most places.

The one place that could use improvement is their front desk process - not the staff who are SO professional, helpful and courteous. They're always busy with in-person registrations and inquiries, and yet have to field calls from the rooms.  So guests are sometimes left either waiting on the phone or in queue waiting to be served.  That was my observation during the period that I was there.  I would think they'd want to channel calls elsewhere during the peak times so that their front desk staff can focus on in-person guests without having to put callers on hold, sometimes for quite a long time.  I'd think this would make for happier staff and guests.

22/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
51. Brandy L.
If your in the mood to Really eat brunch this is the place to go! Gr8 coffee wonderful patisseries just all around delicious  brunch!

28/12/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
52. Jeff P.
Once again, I found myself in LA for business and this time I decided to stay at the Four Seasons, and was not dissatisfied in the least. Curbside, I was greeted with a big smile, and helpful hand with my luggage, and the car. Inside, more smiles awaited me at every turn. Check-in was a breeze, and my room was perfect, and I didn't find any random stray hairs! It included a DVD, VHS, and CD player (with several CDs), as well as a dock for my iPod to connect to the Bose Stereo in the room. I didn't order room-service, but a colleague did and he found it to be very much to his liking.

Dinner and breakfast in their restaurant was equally pleasant, though pricey!

Their bar/lounge area looked to be quite the place to hang, and mingle, as there were a lot of folks milling about, including several that didn't appear to be staying there.

Checkout was also a breeze. I overheard my colleague as he was checking out, and he mentioned that a phone call that he attempted to make didn't go through. They removed it without an eye blink or a second thought. They also removed the 2 day charge on for my internet usage without hesitation, as I was there for less than 24 hours.

When I'm in LA, I'll definitely stay here!

29/05/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
53. Jackson G.
This is a review of the Sunday brunch I ate this morning, not the hotel itself.

I went with a party of eight for my cousin's birthday, and this was the perfect place for that type of event. Really perfect for the L.A. half of my family, which consists mainly of old Jews who like a feeling of Hollywood exclusivity with every meal and will behave like assholes to achieve such a state. Gramps especially has a knack for pissing off waiters with ridiculous orders and the occasional racial comment. But let me tell you, the fine staff at the Four Seasons handled the group like few are able to do, and the meal was better for it. Since I didn't have to spend my time giving apologetic looks to the waiter, I was able to concentrate on the food.

I went to the buffet a total of five times. Started with breakfast foods; thick bacon, waffles with berries and whipped cream and delicious chicken apple sausage. Then to asian food; shrimp dumplings (the best item in the house), sushi (maguro, salmon, unagi, spicy tuna, some kind of shrimp/caviar roll), and some sweet shrimp and snow peas. Then back for more of that. Then fruit and cheese & crackers. Then dessert - snickerdoodle cookies are the way to go.

Needless to say, just about everything was good. Nice atmosphere, exceptionally friendly service, and lots and lots of tasty buffet food.

Plus: Keanu Reeves sat at the table next to us, and I saw LL Cool J on my way out.

03/08/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
54. Fenny G.
Came here for the first time for my friend b'day and have High Tea for the first time. Oh we met two celebrities.. kind of cool!

Anyway so what is High Tea? Humm so this is how I describe High Tea: you drink a cup of tea with a bunch of little foods, from biscuit to chocolate truffle (Up to bottom) basically a full meal of the day.  I don't know how to describe but i will post the picture since picture speak a 1000 words right?

I will give 4 stars because first we met two celebrities and second the food taste great

The one thing that take away 1 star is because we sit inside the room and one big fly keep flying around our table and eventually hanging out on one of our food. Our waiter was really nice but I was hoping that he would do something about it instead of just smiling at us...

Note: Parking is $8 if you got validation

31/07/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
55. Alex K.
I never actually stayed at the Four Seasons.  But I've been to several press events there. The press suites are nice and private.  And the concierge was very helpful. The views from the suites are pretty impressive. Parking is no problem, since my visits always included valet service.

03/11/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
56. Cindy H.
nice place (obviously)..oversized fresh floral arrangements, marble floors, beautiful bathrooms even. Friend held a wedding in the courtyard. It was simple and elegant at the same time. Valet parking can be a bit chaotic ($10 btw) Staff is as expected; well trained and polite. Don't know whats up with the random statues especially the one of the guy playing his violin?? Makes it a bit cheezy

03/02/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
57. Brenda- L.
Sunday brunch was quite outstanding, but it also comes with an outstanding price. We met the executive chef, Ashley James, who's super nice and really does care about his work. It was Golden Globes day, so there was a quite a buzz. I'd much prefer a more mellow Sunday....service was pretty good ...except I do have to mention that either our server or the computer system did the math incorrectly  and overcharged us over $400 (we had a party of 10)...however, we did catch and correct that mistake. It did frustrate a few of us to be overcharged!

17/01/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
58. Aimee G.
My 3rd wedding anniversary is coming up and I thought I should give some yelp-love to the place where we made it legit.

The Four Seasons is an all-around fabulous hotel. Most people know this already. The service is top-notch and the rooms are wonderful  - beautiful decor and sumptuous bedding.  The bar and restaurant is great and the food is delicious. I also love the pool and gym area (can't beat doing some cardio outside) but it can get too crowded on a hot summer day.

If you want a hotel wedding that still feels special and unique, I would highly recommend the Four Seasons. My wedding day was flawless and, unlike many brides, I didn't stress about a thing since I knew we were in good hands.  We even had a few celebs around to wish us a happy wedding. OK, not really. But we did have some cool sightings. The best one? James Brown and his entourage in the elevator with one of my guests. One of the dudes with Mr. Brown looked at my friend and said, " watch the shoes."  Apparently, you didn't mess with the Godfather's shoes.

Love that story. And I love this hotel.

04/08/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
59. Felix T.
This review is about the Spa:  Fabulous, go, go now, go often.  It may be more pricey than Burke, but its like your own private staff and world, loved it, loved it lots.  Great massage, great facility, great staff.
Did I mention that you should go?

12/04/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
60. lindsey l.
I flew in from a stay in NY so my room seemed especially palatial. You can expect the typical Four Seasons service, which is always amazing.

The best part of staying at this hotel is that they have complimentary car service...you can be shuttled to your hearts delight (within a 2 mi radius) in their nearly brand new Rolls Royce. Needless to say, I took full advantage of this amenity.

15/02/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
61. Peter V.
We attended a lovely Bar Mitzvah here last Saturday. Perfect setting in the patio area and then...the food and drink flowed. Outstanding hor'deurves such as rack of lamb, pizzas, grilled cheese, salmon on wheat crackers plus a well stocked bar got the party going. In the dining room we had organic chicken with grilled veggies and molten chocolate cake..salad and grilled peaches too. A wonderful ceremony followed by great food and fun here...

08/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
62. Jennifer Y.
They just remodeled the bar... great outdoor patio, great people watching, fun, professional staff.
They knew they needed to fix up the entry of the hotel and the bar and they did it well.
The Roof top is a must!
Staying here is a treat. You do get what you expect...quality all the way!
My son loves it here as well.
Whether you are here to stay or party, you will have a good time!

24/02/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
63. Shayan S.
I must say, that this is truly a wonderful place to stay in Los Angeles. The service is impeccable, everyone is attentive, friendly, and goes out of their way to help/assist you. The rooms are nice (nothing super - ostentatious), large LCD screens in the bedroom, flat screen in the bathrooms, bulgari toiletries, comfy beds, nice views of downtown LA.

I love the hotel "house car" (depending on your luck: Bentley, rolls, merc), that can take you up and down to Rodeo Drive.

The food is good too. Had dinner at the Gardens, the scallops were divine.

The Spa is also very nice, especially the massage. Had a 1.5hr session, Deep Tissue and trigger points. Possibly the best I've ever had. And I've had LOT'S.

All in all, a nice business hotel in the heart of Beverly Hills.

15/11/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
64. Rob L.
One of my sisters was married here this past weekend. Not only was I able to see her get married to a great guy, but I got to enjoy several aspects of this hotel, including staying here for the weekend. Yes, this place is amazing and top of the line. What makes this rank above so many places is the customer service. What ever you need or want, you get it and you get it quickly and always with a warm, welcoming smile and friendly attitude. Even the basic rooms are comfortable with my bathroom about the size of the room itself. The fitness area was good and outside in a covered area outside so a little chilly to get my run on, but a welcoming change from being inside.

But let's also discuss why I was here.. the wedding was absolutely beautiful and the hotel did an amazing job accommodating over 220 attendees. The staff was always around and when ever they were needed they were never more than a few minutes away. They let my sister's designer redecorate their ballroom and re drape it. Transforming it into something more than where a wedding reception was held. It was a billowy place where dreams of love became reality and love was united. No, I swear I didn't cry. I just had something in my eye. Their bartenders were quick on the pour and also quickly became familiar with what you were having that night. Did someone say champagne?

The hotel really helped make my sister's special day beyond special. It was more than a wonderful day. The bar was set high and they matched it. The guests were happy, my brother in law and sister was happy, which meant I was happy. Now that 3 out of 4 sisters are married, I think the eyes will start looking towards me... great....

13/10/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
65. jessica p.
Went to the bar on Friday night
Wanted to escape the typical Friday night la crowd and scene, but I guess they're everywhere

Decent but a lot of cheesy folks

Two beautiful mature girlfriends dressed so LA Hollywood lingered around choosing who to get picked up by
They might be those callgirls
That work around hotels

They gave me the typical snobbish look in the princesslike bathroom

The men at the bar looked very typical
Old ugly let's get lucky types..lots of Persian guys that that ostentatiously jumped out of their rented maseratis

Other than them the rest were on dates or with gfs or were hotel guests
The atmosphere is very cozy with cushioned couches dim lighting a fireplace and a band

18/06/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
66. Julia K.
**** BAR ONLY REVIEW ***** - Windows at the Four Seasons Hotel

Ok, so, I live here in the LA area, so I like to spoil myself every once and a while.  I decided, a looooong while back to pamper myself with a buy of two drinks and an appetizer at the Windows at the Four Seasons here in Beverly Hills (well, really it's WeHo).  Was it worth it?  Mostly yes, but with hesitations....

- 1 Star - Parking.  I'm sorry but, it's a rip off.  I should have parked 1 block away and walked.  $15?! Plus tip?! Really?!!!! Grrr.
+1 / - 1 Star Lighting.  Nicely dusky-low when I got here, late afternoon, but at 4pm on the DOT they slammed the lights down to "Evening romantic".  Uhhhh - its just flat dark in here now.
+ 1 Star - Beverages.  Tasty, and pretty, with a little fancy pants strawberry (oh hun, that's not powdered sugar, that's powdered GOLD on your darn fruit) on the edge.  But....
- 1 Star - Price.  For $18 for a champagne cocktail, I should get a nicer glass.  It's lovely that you brought me my glass of water on the side, and a small trio of cocktail snackies, but... The cheap-o glass really burns me. No Reidel, no Schott, but plain ole.  Lame-ole.
+ 1 Star / - 1 Star - Service.  Well mister grumpy old Spanishy bartender doesn't *really* want to serve me, so thankfully the very nice waitress whisked the menu and the tedious explaining of drinks away from Señor Busy-pants.  Harrumph to him!  But she was nice, even if she only came by once every 30 minutes to check on me.
+ 1 Star - Free Internet.  Well damn, I would hope so. Just ask for the PIN code.
+ 1 Star - The Loo.  It's nearby (more or less), and has nice cloth washcloth size hand towels to dry with.  But did you guys *really* have to glue to soap dispenser to the counter?  Sort of sad comment on the times, I guess.

Uncomfortable moment and the reason for the 1 star (wish it could be less than 1) - I presented a gift certificate that was a bit expired (um, ok, 2009...) to the waitress and there was quite some sturm and drang about redeeming it - the suave yet obviously uncomfortable manager type fellow Josh had to get personal permission from the General Manger to redeem the gift certif.
Guess what?!  Mister fancy General Manager to the stars Mehdi Eftekari (LA Times article on him just a few months ago slavishly sucked up to him btw) decided that I, little ole nobody that he deemed that I am (ah, the hoi polloi, we are such a drag), that I did not deverve to use my certif.  I slunk out, throwing a $20 on the table and then paying nearly that to retrieve my chariot from the snarky valet parkers.

I wrote a very civil but unhappy letter to Mister Mehdi E himself, explaining that I lived far out of the area, had been working out of the country quite a bit (and enjoying 4S all over the planet) and had just gotten around to my gift certificate.  I asked him to extend the courtesy of honoring it or issuing me something update but similar, with a defined letter stating that, hey lady (that would be me) this is the final extension and use it or lose it in a reasonable period of time (90 days?  60?).
Hmmmmm.  I suppose that all those celebs that I am responsible in my line of work for booking into high flying hotels such as the BH4S will be staying other places.  So sad.  Oh well.

And to make it all worse, it was my birthday week, and I was ALONE, treating myself, quietly, with my laptop, in a low key corner of the bar.  I guess I was just a wallflower, and those are tossed out in to the recycling bin at this pretentious joint.

26/02/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
67. Nicholas H.
I've never stayed at the Four Seasons, but WOW - brunch on Sundays is something of an event here! There's so much food - food everywhere - and it's so so good!

To start with, The Four Seasons Beverly Hills is very swank. The decor is classic, the service is impeccable (you will never open a door yourself, nor will your empty glass go unnoticed for very long). Of the two times I've gone, I've seen various A and B-list celebs (porno master Larry Flynt was there last week - he's really let himself go). This is a fun spot to take out-of-town guests, or to just come and enjoy a fabulous brunch in a beautiful setting.

I've not eaten a thing I wasn't satisfied with, but standouts are the lobster eggs benedict (to die for) and the fabulous pastries. I actually had asked a waiter if one of the pastries I'd eaten earlier were still available and the woman said she would bring more out. To my pleasant surprise, she brought it to my table, though she didn't know where I was sitting. Little service goodies like this make a place really stand out. It was on father's day as well, and we received a small pastry in a beautiful package for the dad with us.

You won't be disappointed with The Four Seasons' Sunday Brunch. It's expensive, but you'll leave feeling stuffed and happy. Doooo it.

27/06/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
68. Krista J.
I had a truly enjoyable and luxurious experience at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.  I had lived in Los Angeles (in Beverly Hills actually) a few years ago, just down the street from this hotel.  I'd drive by it and wonder what famous people were hobnobbing right at that very moment.  Well, I finally got my chance to stay at the Four Seasons, and I can tell you it is as magical and fantastic as you have heard.  

The rooms are plush and spacious, the grounds and lobby decor are pristine and well-manicured.  The pool area...well, I wish I could live in one of those cabanas!  This is a hotel experience that is all about service...impeccable service.  I saw Jason Bateman, and there were rumors that Tom Cruise and Will Smith were in the hotel the same nights that I was there.  It's a great hotel, and a really fun Hollywood experience.

25/06/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
69. Double O.
You gotta love the 4-seazy. Great bar, excellent service, beautiful rooms and delicious food.

The only problem is the Pool. It gets plenty of sun and the crowd is decent but they took out the hot-tub - LAME!!!! Shame on you four-seazy, shame on you.

11/11/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
70. Simone G.
Sets the standard. Period.

The pool rivals Hearst's-not in size- rather  in vibe, design, energy. The staff is insanely accommodating, polite and very much a la "Beauty and the Beast" mentality of "be my guest"; I loathe drawing the parallel to Disney, but that is genuinely how it feels, as if you are the only guest in the hotel. And how can you beat Bvlgari toiletries?

01/07/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
71. Jin N.
I came here for the spa.  Contrary to some reviews I read, the spa was tiny.  The jacuuzi was by the pool, and not inside the spa.  There was only 1 eucalyptus steam room, showers, and a 4 person vanity.  Oh yeah, sauna...but nothing else.  

I did however, have one of the best facials here.  I've gotten quite a few in many different places, the girl was amazing.   I had the enzyme facial, and felt amazing after.

23/03/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
72. Sharon K.
My ultimate favorite hotels! I've stayed at many FS Hotel, and every Four Seasons that I have stayed at, I loved it. Along with the Ritz, these two hotel chains are the best. Excellent service, rooms are beautiful, the beds are amazing! Their beds are one of the best, I always sleep well whenever I stay at the Four Seasons and the Ritz. I love it.

The restaurant is amazing. Had their Filet Mignon and macaroni and cheese, and honestly, they melted in my mouth. I was so full, but couldn't stop eating! I ended up eating the entire thing, and although I may have gained a few pounds, it was definitely worth it!  

If you're ever in LA, NYC, or Vancouver, stay at Four Seasons for at least one night, it's worth the price!!!

12/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
73. KING J.
I used to own a condo right next to the hotel and just by looking out my window I could tell who's performing at Staples Center this weekend since they would park their tour buses right down the street.

I would often walk over and chill in their lounge to watch games and you would see A List celebs on any random given day. I even saw a bunch of movie stars negotiating their rates with producers. Their lobby is really nice. Same with their hotel rooms.

I love their spa. They had free Fiji water and hot female massage therapists who were friendly(this was rare). The spa concierge is not all that great unless you are a celeb but everything else was pimp. Even after the massage my therapists brought me a dessert from the chef and I was really impressed with that!

26/10/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
74. Matt L.
The bar is set pretty high when you're a Four Seasons & when you are located in Bev Hills. That being said, all expectations were met. White glove service, amazing beds, and a terrific restaurant Culina. Yes, Culina would be over-priced if it wasn't located in the Four Seasons, but it was worth it. Our room had a great view & I'd go again for a little break from routine.

10/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
75. Robin S.
By far THE BEST Sunday Brunch I have ever eaten. Their array of different bars, including Bloody Mary Bar, Sushi, Omelettes, Asian are out of this world. Although it is very pricey at $75 per person and doesn't include Champagne, their orange juice and service is close to perfect as you can get. Reservations is highly recommended

18/08/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
76. Mary Y.
Welcoming, intimate, elegant, serene and discreet.  4SBH is all of those things, and in a terrific location for BH/Rodeo.  I adore this hotel: everything from the decor to the layout to the staff to the incredibly inventive floral displays throughout the lobby just speaks to me.  Refined yet with unexpected whimsy (like the flowers near the elevator: gorgeous, 3' tall single green fronds, each suspended by an invisible thread from the ceiling in an angled display).  
 I've stayed here many times, eaten at Culina, ordered room service, had drinks in the lounge, and gone to private events/banquets here as well as sampled the spa and fitness areas.  Everything was pretty terrific, and the staff adds a dimension of warmth and hospitality that doesn't usually occur (even at a Four Seasons).
 My favorite place here:  Apart from the balcony in a suite looking out over the landscape at dusk, it has to be having breakfast in the casual restaurant near the pool/garden area.  Hard to believe one is still in LA when you're there having a quiet coffee or leisurely breakfast outside, surrounded by the gardens, pool, and (a little) view.  Nice.

03/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
77. Wes S.
Customer service and excellence rolled into one. Even though I am far from keeping up with the Jones', this place makes you feel like royalty. The suite (was close to the top floor) was very, very nice. It was like a small loft/apartment. The bedroom was separated from the "living area" by French doors and both had a balcony of their own which overlooked Beverly Hills and downtown in the distance. The staff politely addressed me and my gf at the moment as Mr. and Mrs. Santos. They even had a gift basket of sparking water (from France, fancy) and fruit when we got to our room. This to me so far, is the best "get away" hotel even though you're still in the city. This is the place to spoil yourself, even though the price might make you faint.

10/09/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
78. Marta D.
I always enjoy dining in Culina Food is amazingly superb congratulations to  Executive Chef Ashley well done.. I have to recognise Pastry Chef for his delicious desserts!! Wonderful service, great ambiance  What a great Team!!! Congratulations Four Seasons Hotel!!

10/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
79. Lisa L.
Review of Sunday Brunch: Pricey, but Perfect

Came here for a bachelorette party, and everyone thoroughly enjoyed their meals.  My favorites were the eggs benedict, mac n cheese (rom the kids buffet (sure its embarrassing to eat the kids food, but that mac n cheese was out of this world), passion fruit trifle (probably one of the most amazing desserts ive ever had).  There was a wide assortment of food - from salads, to omelettes, sushi, dim sum, prime rib, etc.  Highly recommended for a special occasion!

09/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
80. Mel B.
Love the hotel but stay away from the bartender in the Windows Lounge.  He was so rude and would not serve me a glass of water.  
I find it hard to believe that the Four Seasons Hotel with their reputation has an employee that is so rude.  Two other guests next to me mentioned their dissatisfaction only they used verbage which I will not include.
Otherwise the valet was great :)

17/11/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
81. Kian J.
best hotel in Los Angeles
best beds
best room service
best attitude with their staff

17/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
82. Ell O.
This is a review of the Sunday brunch at the Four Seasons. I love Sunday brunch buffets, but I'm going to have to disagree that this place is the best. It was pretty good for brunches in general, but average (3.5 stars) for a brunch at this price range, especially given that it doesn't come with champagne. The sushi was decent but nothing to write home about (I got a few really rubbery, fishy pieces.. ew), good selection of desserts, and a variety of stations. Overall solid food. I'd go back... if someone else paid for me...    

The service on the other hand was kinda average - the person bussing our table was very attentive but the waitress was a little aloof, plus we overheard her making fun of one of her tables for spilling their flower vase. When walking outside with a big plate of food in my hands, nobody even bothered to help me open the door, even when they were standing two feet away. Whatever, not a big deal at all, but it doesn't really seem like five star service.

Kind of fun for people-watching. It was amusing to see old guys come in with their trophy wives, and to observe other such Beverly Hills types in their natural habitat, alien as they are.

05/09/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
83. Vince W.
Ok, so Sunday brunch is $68 + tax.

Includes buffet, using of luxurious restrooms, kids' meals ( get out of my way, kids!), coffee, tea and all kinds of juices.

Frankly, the food is mediocre. Skip all Chinese/Japanese interpretations.

What do you pay $68 for then?

1. Detailed attention from the waiters. They constantly replace coffee that are left cold on the table. Moment you leave for more food, the previous plate is removed in timely manner.

2. See Morgan Freeman lunched across two tables.

3. Then see Samuel L. Jackson walked in and had a chat/laugh with Morgan Freeman.

4. Saw Nicole Richie actually eating. Yep.

5. Prime rib was actually quite decent.

That's it.

Remember it's Four Seasons, not Three or Five Seasons. $68 to be treated like a King or Queen.

06/07/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
84. Zita S.
Amazing concierge staff!!!!! Can't wait to try the Sunday brunch considering all the rave reviews!

18/01/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
85. Ebony M.
As an entertainment journalist, I've had the opportunity to interview some of the best and brightest talent this world has to offer. My favorite place to do my chatter is hands down the Four Seasons. This luxury hotel has a special place in my heart: It's where Michel Gondry flirted with me the entire time I interviewed him for Be Kind Rewind. It's where I met Jane Campion--one of the first film directors I ever really loved, it's where Ryan Gosling told me he kept one of the sex dolls from Lars and the Real Girl and it's where my dream of meeting my longtime crush, Keanu Reeves, was realized one cold winter morning. I effing love this place, yo! Oh, and the cheesecake is orgasmic. On the real, y'all. On-the-real!

26/10/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
86. Mark s.
Four Seasons Sunday brunch.

The mother of all Buffets, actually I hate calling it a "Buffet" as it reminds me of some all inclusive resort in the Dominican Republic (not that im hating on the DR you simply cannot compare).

The food and service is up there, or another way to put it is "you will not find a better brunch, both in quality and taste of the food or the level of service, in LA".

I am there every week like clockwork, if you are looking to assassinate me due to my reviews you will know where to find me... or join for a decadent brunch.

04/10/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
87. John L.
i'm actually checkin out today, meetings then fly'n back to London. i only stay'd one night but it was awesome. This hotel is the best and the staff were amazin thanx :)

29/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
88. NYC T.
For the Hotel - Best customer service I have ever experienced.  Everyone is absolutely lovely.  Rooms are clean and well kept.  Great pool.  Great gym.

Bar - amazing people watching.  Not for everyone.  Wouldn't spend my night there.  Night cap, yes.

Pool Restaurant - Don't love the food and the servers kind of suck.  

Culina Restaurant - Delicious!

04/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
89. Brandon F.
Sunday Brunch was a huge disappointment, and I usually love it. Just had Christmas Brunch there with some friends and we all agreed it was pretty bad.

The biggest problem was that the food was bland and boring. There was not much to choose from. They basically have three very limited sections, the first being sushi, the second being breakfast and the third being a carving station. There is also a small dessert area with no ice cream of sorbet.

Also the $95 dollars does not include alcohol. You would think champagne would be included but is isn't.  I can't complain about the service. It was great.

Try the St. Regis in Monarch beach for a great Sunday brunch with unlimited champagne.

Never Again.

25/12/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
90. Jason R.
I stay at Four Seasons hotels all over the world. However, the one in Beverly Hills is increasingly disappointing, which I'll explain.

The last three times I've checked into the hotel, my suite wasn't ready. Check-in time is supposed to be 3 p.m., but I'm told I can't check in until 5 or 6 p.m. I'm always taken to the bar and provided with a drink, but this hardly makes up for the inconvenience, especially when I have dinner plans for 6 p.m. and need to be ready to leave by 5 p.m. because of the anticipated problems my driver will encounter with the traffic.

Let me share the math with the hotel. This last stay they charged me $875 for the suite, plus another $125 or so for taxes, making the room about $1,000. Especially in view of the cost, I think I'm entitled to use the room for 24 hours, not 21.

This problem has apparently arisen because the hotel is understaffed with maids, or too many guests are being given late check-out, or both. In any case, it's inexcusable. One time could be forgiven, but three times in a row is ridiculous!

I'm sure I would be even angrier if I had arrived from an international flight and needed to get to bed after being awake for perhaps the last 20 hours. If that's the situation, maybe they take their guests to the pool area so they can recline on lounges and catch a bit of sleep while they wait for their room! Who knows. All I know for sure is that they've lost sight at that location on how to properly run a hotel!

When I used to arrive at the hotel, the manager, a wonderful woman, would greet me at the front desk, I assume because she recognized me as a frequent guest. She was replaced, and I've never met the new manager. Apparently the new manager hides out in the back office, or at least makes no effort to greets guests. What a lost opportunity to build goodwill!

From this point forward, I'm staying at the Beverly Hills Hotel, or if I have business downtown, at the Ritz Carlton at LA Live.

24/06/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
91. Kimberly F.
This is one place that never goes out of style. Exceptional service, beautiful pool, central location and great dining.

The bar area tends to be a scene of Friday and Saturday nights, with a mix of locals and tourists. You will always see one regular at the end of the bar in his big, black glasses. He has been coming here for years. The drinks are amazing, and they always have something special on the menu for different seasons and holidays.

Btw, the sliders in the bar area are some of the best I have ever had!

17/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
92. Laurence W.
Hi Four Seasons.  It's me again.  Remember how I mentioned to you that the water stopped in the middle of my shower, and you apologized and graciously offered to waive my modest $5 charge for the juice I drank out of the mini-bar?  Yeah, well I just got my credit card statement and it looks like you still charged me.  Kinda sucks (but the juice really did hit the spot)...

19/12/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
93. Michelle C.
This was an excellent hotel.  We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here.  Service was excellent - everyone was friendly and helpful.  The room was really nice, although the hotel looks a bit outdated from the outside.  They even sent us a dessert since it was a birthday trip.  I would definitely stay here again!

14/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
94. Steve W.
You know you're in Hollywood when Madonna walks by you late night. Cool and beautiful hotel. A little poor on service though.

A plus is the valet brought me a porche when I was leaving by mistake.

I shouldn't have said anything!

10/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
95. David Iceman L.
Went there for Easter Sunday brunch and it cost $206 for 2 people. There was not much variety, the food was not exceptional, and there was no gold to take. The CEO or founder was there saying hello and the skittles were good though. My first and last time going for such an exceptionally expensive brunch.

08/04/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
96. Peter C.
I was here for a luncheon that was done in one of the banquet rooms for a charity.  The hotel is beautiful and the service is impeccable.  I have been here several times for either a wedding or just to have cocktails at the bar.  If you want a nice night out thats very chill, i suggest it but make sure you have plenty of cash in your wallet.

16/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
97. Noel C.
Review of May 29th 2010.

So we were all gathered there on that eventful saturday night to celebrate the marriage of our friends Karen and Rich. Beautiful wedding. the actual ceremony was held in the back. i was curious  to see if there was anyone out in their balcony to witness the wedding. i didn't see anyone. who gaf.

the reception was held at the ball room. extremely upscale. gorgeous decor, they even had a photo booth!! (we had a blast in there =x ) the meal was fantastic. i dont' remember what it was. it was a steak of sort. and oh, they had stuffed mashed potatoes in a strudel! how?! ::hands on the head::

best part of the night? OPEN BAR!!!! FTW!  the reception started around 6pm and i have no recollection of the rest of the night past 8:30pm. apparently the event ended at midnight and i surprisingly found myself in my own bed the next morning at 8am. how did i get here? mystery.

01/06/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
98. Eleanor M.
The best Sunday brunch in California. I live near by and go there all the time. The martinis are so strong that one is enuff for me to kick back and make friends. The fish and chips are the bomb. Staff are so friendly. It's a wonderful place to just kick back and relax with very friendly people.

30/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
99. John S.
By far, the best buffet brunch in the city.  At $46.00 per person, it is pricy, but the variety and quality of food is incredible.  Besides the normal eggs, bacon and sausage, they have carved meats, sushi, quesadillas, salads, dumplings, and the best made on the spot donuts.

25/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
100. Winnie L.
this review is for their catering service for a cocktail and dinner reception

i was invited to an award ceremony held in the Orchid Room of the hotel.  Ignacio and I enjoyed an evening of cocktail reception and dinner here.  Their house champagne is Chandon.  The meal was set.  This is what we had:  
-arugula salad with poached pear with cheese and walnuts
-chicken and shrimp
-panna cotta with lime sorbet and citrus salad and wafer

Service was quite excellent given around 150+ guests.  The food was surprising warm upon arrival.  The chicken was the same kind of chicken I had from Wolfgang Puck's catering at Universal Studios Hollywood.  It's genetically engineered chicken so you get a huge breast-like piece with a little bone sticking out.  Everyone's look pretty much the same.  It tastes like real chicken.  I have no complains (until I grow a little arm or an extra eye somewhere).   Dessert was also quite tasty except I'm not a fan of panna cotta.  

Overall it was an interesting night.  The hotel is beautiful.  The lobby has a quiet study where anyone could sit and relax their feet.  Valet parking I think was $12 but good thing ours was complimentary.  

see pics starting from here: yelp.com/biz_photos/8rQx…

08/03/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
101. Sara Y.
I shacked up here for one night and had a splendid time dining on room service, sleeping in the awesome beds, not having to worry about hauling my giant suitcase out of the car and up to my room, and living like the upper echelon for one, hot minute.

If you order room service, get the lobster salad sandwich with fries.  Holy gastogasm!  I couldn't decide if the asparagus or the bacon made it amazing.

09/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
102. Simona F.
The Four Season LOS ANGELES not Beverly Hills. Independently owned by the Cohens. Not well managed. The crowd is D list and the food not worth mentioning unless you go to the Sunday brunch. Sunday brunch is great. One star because service is awful, bad attitude, the staff thinks they're the customer and are rude and condescending. On one occasion, I was there w a date and the server had the audacity to mention (in front of my date) that I was there another night with another date! On another occasion, after a day of shoppping on Rodeo drive, I left two shopping bags with the concierge while I had dinner at Culina. After dinner, I went to collect my bags from the concierge. After 20 minutes of them looking for my shopping bags, they came to the conclusion that they had given them to someone else by mistake!!! No apologies. Just behaved as if its no big deal. Apparently this happens a lot there and is not considered a big deal. If I had three thumbs....well you know the rest. AVOID. The real Four Seasons in BEVERLY HILLS is the Regent Beverly Wilshire (where they filmed Pretty Woman) its classy, respectful, professional and of course theres CUT which is one of the best  if not the best steakhouse in town. :)

26/01/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
103. Janet G.
Went to have brunch here for father's day with my bf and his family . OMG they had everything.  Best brunch I've had in a long time. Spotted Jon Voight and Kevin Connolly. Anyway, from the omelettes to the sushi, oysters, the mexican bar, to the pastries and desserts...everything was delicious.

20/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
104. Emily Y.
The place to see & be seen, if that's your thing. My favorite? The flavored mojitos while sitting at the bar (among a celebrity or two).

14/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
105. steve m.
A $70.00 brunch should be incredible. Quality is still here, but.... This one used to have a larger selection, but they keep on cutting out hot entree's and sushi selections.  Also I could not believe they charge for soda refills ?? Are you kidding for $70.00 and no soda refills, its 2013, not 1983 !!!

30/05/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
106. Matthew M.
Stayed here two nights for work, but I wish it was for pleasure so I could enjoy the place a little more! Like others have said, it's the Four Seasons so duh it's going to be nice. I remember emailing the concierge ahead of my visit requesting a local local magazine similar to The Stranger in Seattle.  As soon as I arrived I was able to retrieve it from the front desk. I like that.

The bed and bathroom were amazing.  I forget what my room type was but I had a balcony with french doors that over looked the entrance area. Each morning I would get ready and go out for a cup of coffee on that balcony, loved it.

I didn't actually eat anything here, but I had a few drinks at the bar. I loved the selection of spirits and so of course I had a few.  It's on the expensive side for drinks but whatever, it's nice. The second night I went out with a friend who mentioned the bar at the hotel is sometimes known as the "Whore Seasons," I could totally see that.  Luckily I am gay so nothing to worry about there! Hit up someone else you sluts!

I will def be staying here again.

14/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
107. John A.

14/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
108. shavana s.
This truly as good as it gets! Came out here with the gf for a spontaneousness massage and ended up getting a room for the night!
We were getting helped by the manager tabitha who seems a bit stiff for the property made me go a super long way of booking my reservation. So while i was trying to be at a peaceful state of mind at the spa i was busy trying to book a room over the phone.mmmm anywhoo.... went back down and met the properties angel EMMA SHER! AWSOMMEEEE!!GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE had a smile on her face  and was just an absolute pleasure dealing with!  I will come back just cos of her!!
All standards were up to par. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!

05/04/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
109. Ian G.
From the moment your pull up to valet to getting champagne in your room, how could not love the Four Seasons. I have stayed at various Four Seasons around the world but by far this was the friendliest and most welcoming. The hotel is kind of in a random place but it's only a few blocks away from WEHO and Beverly Hills. The staff was amazing and almost too nice. They definitely exceeded my expectations and that's pretty hard to do.

16/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
110. Monis R.
I went to my first legitimate Hollywood Oscar party.  Actually it was a pre-Oscar party sponsored by Netflix at Cucina in the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles.  No one noteworthy that is above the line attended.  Of course, Tara Reid showed up, Topher Grace did too.  

I preferred just getting tipsy with the character Stanley from The Office.  His real name is Leslie, he's from Chicago, and he is actually a pretty nice guy.  I did not take his crossword puzzle away from him.

I don't honestly know how much Cucina charges for a shot of their 25-year-old Chivas or Moet Champagne.  I'm guessing it's probably an arm and a leg, but when it's free and plentiful, it is delicious.

Cucina is pretty narrow when you walk in.  A crowd of five or more could probably have trouble if they're all stepping in sync.  Once passed the cocktail and sushi bar, the place opens up.  The inside décor is not too glamorous, but the outside patio is where you should be.  The gas lit lamps and large fireplace adorn the resort style lounge chairs with pretty vegetation.  There's space to walk around and breathe fresh LA air (if there ever was any).

I ate their sashimi, halibut, Caprese-styled cherry tomatoes, boar ragu, skirt steak, ice cream cream puffs, flourless chocolate cake, and tiramisu.  They were all served as hor d'oeuvres so when the attentive staff came near me, I had him or her just leave the plate.  Hey, I needed a good sample sized portion; one little half of a teaspoon of raw fish was not going cut it.

The tiramisu was the only thing that stood out.  Personally, I'm not into the Asian-Italian fusion scene.  To me, the ingredients don't complement each other and are a complete one eighty.  But the tiramisu was finger licking good.  It was the only thing that made me shut up (when I'm trying to hustle), and believe me, it's hard to get me to shut up.
The only bathrooms are in the main lobby of the hotel.  During a big party or at night they could get a little more crowded.  If you want your privacy I recommend sneaking to the ones next to the conference room around the back.

27/02/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
111. Heather R.
First...it's the Four Seasons...nuf said.  Easy walk to fun shopping, and hot dining locations.

The service was impeccable.  My room had a spectacular bed, bathroom and fantastic patio to have breakfast on.

Cocktails at the bar were yummy and heavy pours, Culina restaurant was spectacular with amazing service -- be sure to sit outside by the fireplaces.  See and be seen.  Breakfast in the morning with the water features were calming.

Spa -- was small but well-served.  I had the salt/pepper scrub, which was WAYYYY more than I could have imagined.  Then the 90 minute massage...I was putty by the time all was said and done.

If you're deciding whether to stay -- stop pondering and book it.  You'll be thrilled.

23/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
112. Chad K.
I moved to this neighborhood recently so this joint is my de facto neighborhood bar now. Decent drinks and food. One thing that it has that most bars don't, though... WHORES!!! That's right, whores.

I'm not talking about slutty L.A. skanks who trade blowjobs for coke. Every bar in the city has those. I'm talking 100% Grade A prime prostitute.

So if you're looking to get hammered AND you like watching prostitutes attempt to snag the creepiest foreign businessmen who stay in 5 star hotels when they come to L.A. then I'll see you at the Zons.

10/02/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
113. Jenn C.
Stayed here this past weekend and had brunch on Sunday.

The pool was very crowded and there was a waitlist for lounge chairs.  Also, the servers were very slow - it took 20 min to order an iced tea and 15 more to get it.  However, the pool area is really nice and the pool temp was perfect.

We had Sunday brunch here and it was FANTASTIC.  2 rooms full of every kind of breakfast, brunch and lunch food you could want.  It ended up about $100/pp with drinks but was a really great time.  There's a ton of outdoor dining space that I would highly recommend taking advantage of.

Also, spotted Larry Flynt at brunch so that's probably worth another half of a star...

31/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
114. Emerson N.
This review is for the brunch only.   One word - heaven!

From the omelette they make to order to the all types of desserts they offer, I had been in heaven.  Let's not forget about the sushi.  The cappuccino is quite delightful as well.  

On top of all of this, there are random sightings of Marky Mark.

Review of the staff -
Conversation I heard as I was walking to our table for brunch:
Random girl: "Do you think the servers care what the customers think?"
Random boy: "Of course not.  They're just nice for the tip."

As I had repeated it once we got to the table,
Our server:  Belted a laugh and smiled (with every other minute - "ma'am - would you like a refill?"  
Excellent service.

07/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
115. Eddie O.
I can only comment on the bar/lounge since I have not tried the restaurant or stayed overnight here.  The lounge is very nice and upscale and is in a great location.  My only complaint would be it gets a little loud and is not always condusive to having easy conversation but otherwise it is a very classy and gorgeous lounge.  Parking can be challenging so you should expect to valet unless you get lucky and snag street parking.  It's a slighly dressier crowd in the Four Seasons so if you're going to dress trendy (designer jeans, t shirt or fitted shirt, etc.) you might want to carry a blazer just in case.

14/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
116. Amy C.

I just have to say that last night I indulged in the best TRUFFLE FRENCH FRIES ever!! Ever!

Fried in truffle oil that you can actually taste, these fatty fries were the best thing to hit their menu IMO.

I had to force myself to stop eating, or I would have become Shamu in less than an hour.

Highly recommended! $15 for the fries, but it's a huge portion and you can share.. if you want.


12/05/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
117. Alex S.
Culina is good, I thnk the remodel of the outside was a little unecessary but still great people watching and although it is a bit pricey altogether worth it.

The owner and GM know what they are doing this place rivals the polo Lounge for best service in BH.  In a time where times are tough it is still nice to see people not skimp out on service

fancy shamncy and an all around good time.

02/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
118. Mitch S.
I recently had the pleasure of staying at this fine hotel for a wedding. I was greeted by an extremely gracious staff who attended my every need during my stay. The room was very clean, and unsolicited the room was cleaned at night while I was at the wedding.

The pool was gorgeous, and, I think for the level of service the price was a bargain. The only thing that disappointed me was the size of the twin bed, I thought I was about to fall out of it  That said, it was extremely comfortable.

The brunch spread on Sun. was the best I have ever had. The ungodly spread spanned almost every culinary genre and was fresh. If you are ever in the area, you need to do yourself a favor and a spend a night here.

10/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
119. Peter M.
Raining, but not here.  Lovely evening at the bar.  Server, Jose, was excellent.  Music was just awful - clearly running off some commercial system instead of selected list.

18/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
120. Douglass M.
The best Sunday brunch we've eaten. Reasonable price, excellent service, everything turned out perfect as expected. We love making a family tradition at Four Seasons.

18/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
121. Coco K.
Bahn mi sandie. Are you kidding ?? You're fucking amazing. Made with pork belly. Woww. Spicy tune crispy rice French fries. Fish and chips! Do it big here  (aka eat your heart out everything is fantastic)

26/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
122. Pearl V.
Sunday brunch is nice!!!try the blk truffle mash potato!!!its yummy!!!

08/05/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
123. Jonathan G.
I have been going here for years, love to sit outside in one of the "tents" just outside the bar and smoke a good cigar.  Try it for a little weekend in-town retreat, the spa is good and a nap by the pool with the wonder fish tacos and a margarita is a good end to the week.  The crowd is lively, lots of creatures walking by, making a good show.  I often rent the conference rooms for business meetings, they are great and the service is amazing.

28/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
124. Diana C.
Although I have not stayed overnight at the Four Seasons Hotel, I've eaten there many times. And let me tell you, their food is delish and beautifully presented with gorgeous decor and always the best of service.

And my sister had a large wedding there. It was ridiculously expensive but she did not regret it.

The service is A+, the decor is A+, and the food was A+.

Luckily for her, my sister's in-laws paid for the wedding. And now sis has a DVD of her wedding to watch anytime she wants to recollect that precious memory.

If you ever wanted to have a "dream" wedding, this is the place to have it.

02/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
125. Mark D.
The food.. Ohh the food.  This place redefines Italian food for me.  Its Italian style food with seafood mixed in.

Had a several courses why I was there. One of the dishes that sticks out is the blood orange salmon. Its topped with caviar chives and olive oil. Even if you dint like caviar the other flavors of this dish will still blow you freakin mind! Had some vegetable dishes with my wife. They were good but nothing breathtaking. Breathtaking is what you fully expect when you dropping very real dough on this high priced meal. Start going crazy trying stuff ordering drinks you gonna drop over $500 for 2 easy....easy. Also had lamb chops... wow that's all i can say. Anything off Gli Antipasta is incredible.During the course of the meal we got to meat the chef Vic Casanova. They guy is on top of his game and you can taste it in the food. Later saw him on Iron chef of America.
Yeah its dress to impress. Guys need a coat. Girls need a trendy dress. To get in and out is fairly easy. Valet is working their butts off and are friendly. Staff is supper friendly. They know the menu and have no problem making suggestions. Little patio area outside for smokes and cigars you can just wonder from your table to get to. I noticed a little DJ thing set up in the back later in the night. Hung out there for a bit. Mostly small tables and ordering drinks. Drinks are actually not priced bad, considering your  in Beverly hills. I guess it has a raw bar I walked passed but didn't get to try. Looked nice though

30/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
126. Donald W.
Great hotel! one of the best...the staff are very pleasant and welcoming, nice rooms very clean and elegant looking. Great food and service as well, they are very helpful. 2 thumbs up!

23/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
127. Larry R.
I made the mistake of taking my wife to the dining room for an anniversary dinner.

The next day I told the restaurant manager that the food, and service were wonderful. The problem was their poor choice of music..a dj makes a tape, and the restaurant has no control..I left without having coffee and dessert..the music was up tempo, and very rushed..I couldn't wait to leave.. Music and sound can make or break a romantic evening..I'm not the first to complain. The hotel bel air for lunch was a10..

18/12/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
128. Mimi E.
Ahhh, Four Seasons... how I love you.

A sucker for products, I first have to say that I loved the bathroom stocked with Bulgari. The large and spacious bathroom is ideal.

The room was spacious . The beds were heavenly. The kind you sink into and wake up the next morning feeling like you got the best sleep ever.

Room service is fast. The omelet I ordered was delicious.

The grounds are expansive and beautiful with multiple places to eat and relax.  The location isn't much in my opinion. Its located in Beverly Hills - kind of between the cool spots in Beverly Hills and the cool spots in West Hollywood. It's a great place to stay, if you want to be out of the mix, but near it. Its also super quiet - which is great for light sleepers.

Ahhh, Four Seasons...how I love you.

19/01/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
129. Craig R.
I came here last night to meet my friend from out of town. I went to his suite first to have a conference call with his adorable 8 year-old daughter back in New Hampshire.

I really did not plan on writing a review but this is truly a nice place to stay. The service is impeccable; staff is attentive and very friendly. The rooms are nice, large flat screens in the bedroom and the bathrooms, Bulgari toiletries, pillow-soft beds, and great views of LA.

The bar scene was OK if you like geriatric hipsters and teen hookers. Drinks were $20 a pop... God Damn! After knocking back a few drinks I had to use the restroom.  It was a nice restroom too; squeaky clean and smelled good...but I was not alone.

To my new bathroom buddy:

I apologize if I came across as a bit unnerved or snappy, and that I didn't exchange any social niceties - I didn't even catch your name. I generally make every effort to be sociable and pleasant, and I am embarrassed that in this case, we did not even get to "hello."

I have to admit, I was slightly taken aback by your confusion regarding the basic doctrine of men's bathroom etiquette. I don't mean to be rude, but urinal time is "Craig" time - I have a very busy schedule, and I prefer not to share those brief moments with others. I found it unusual, to say the least, that in an empty bathroom with plenty of urinals (with no barriers, mind you), you would choose to engage in your business in the adjacent urinal...wtf?

I love meeting new people, don't get me wrong, but in an empty restroom having a SwordFight is not high on my list of things to do. I'm actually flattered that you enjoyed my presence to such an extent that you couldn't help but look over at me (subtlety is NOT your thing) and stare.

As I washed my hands, our brief engagement coming to a close, I was awed by the sight of your white ass, reflecting the faint glow of the fluorescent bathroom lights, your pants and underwear resting down around your ankles as you relieved yourself - for a moment, I thought I had somehow been relocated to my old elementary school. My God man this was a style I thought had gone the way of the dinosaur. How wrong I was.

That said, my new-found friend, I hope you're having a pleasant day. Next time, though... Maybe you could give me a few urinals' worth of a buffer zone?

09/04/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
130. Jake A.
Why is there no 6th star?  This place definitely deserves it.  I live locally but I wanted to take my parents here for brunch on Sunday.  BEST BRUNCH OF MY LIFE.

FOOD: They literally have everything, multiple rooms of food.  Seafood, carving station, steaks, omelette bar, waffles, potatoes, sooo many pastries, chocolate fondue fountain, I could go on and on.  Best of all, the ingredients were good quality and not "mass produced" buffet.  The food was just absolutely delicious.  

SERVICE:  Again, top notch as you would expect from Four Seasons.  We never had to ask for anything, they were on top of it the entire time but not to the point where it was overbearing.  Water glasses and coffee stayed full, the bussers fold up your dirty napkins for you about every 20 min and give you fresh ones, the staff were extremely friendly and helpful throughout the hotel.  It was actually my dad's birthday too and the server overheard us talking about it, and to our surprise they brought us a rectangular plate of birthday pastries with the words "Happy Birthday!" written in chocolate.  Very cool touch.  

PRICE:  For three of us, the bill came out to $270 with tip.  Kinda steep but so worth it.  Everything was amazing - definitely recommended.  I will definitely go back.

28/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
131. Lizz K.
nice place to hang out, have a drink and some snacks! I love sitting outdoors under the heated lamps and eating the carmelized banana dessert!

13/02/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
132. Jesse R.
Not sure how you couldn't love this place.  The service was impeccable.  Every staff member seemed to remember our names.  The garden and pool area are lovely for lounging around.  My favorite part was the house car.  We took it to Rodeo Drive and to dinner 2 nights.  While we were staying there they had 2 cars, a mercedes and a Rolls Royce Phantom.  It was super fun rolling up to dinner in the Phantom!

06/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
133. Reza B.
I am the Duke, and there's a reason.  

1. I live very near by.
2. I love the quality of the food and drinks.  

Have you been there for the brunch?  No?  You're wasting your life!  Get there immediately, but first starve yourself to the point where you can barely maintain consciousness... the longterm damage to your body will be worth the short term ability to stuff your face with by far the best brunch in LA!

Can't make it for Brunch?  Why not stop by for drinks and appetizers with friends?  On a good night the patio is packed with some of the most interesting and in some cases "enhanced" people in LA.  They have heaters everywhere so even in the dead of winter it's warm out there.  If you prefer indoors, they have three different lounges waiting for you; one of which has a live band on some nights.

If you go there, and I insist you do... order a kick ass drink.  It's Hot Chocolate (I take mine Soy'd up because the Lactose burns through me like Sherman through Georgia [did you get the Civil War reference to General Sherman and his march of destruction to the Sea?  No?  Why don't you read?  It's good for you and for society as a whole: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sh… )... so backing up, it's Soy Hot Chocolate, Peppermint Schnapps, and Bailey's Irish Cream.  Girly? Maybe... Delicious?  Definitely!


(Oh by the way the rooms are f'ing awesome. Grab the Presidential Suite if you can!)

24/01/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
134. Fe N.
I had a wonderfully relaxing three night sojourn at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills recently.  

I'll start with what was literally my first impression of the hotel- the lobby. And man what a gorgeous lobby it is! When you enter the building, you first notice the lovely scent of orchids before fixing your eyes upon the stunning floral arrangement atop a large marble table smack dab in the center of the room. People have come to associate that smell specifically with the Four Seasons BH.

The room was perfectly lovely. There was a gorgeous painted headboard at the end of what I can confidently say is the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in. The biggest problem I had during my stay was that I never wanted to get up from that heavenly mattress in the morning. I also really appreciated that the room included a proper armchair and ottoman, a spot where I was able to comfortably do a bit of homework.

Another spot were I did my homework was the pool. The poolside staff was very attentive (every 10 minutes or so, they walk around and offer guests snacks from the restaurant). I actually never got in the water, but I did notice that it was heated, which I'm sure is a pleasant during some of the chillier nights in LA.

One of my favorite things about the hotel is the fact that all the toiletries in the bathroom are Bvlgari. I had never used any of their bathroom products before, but I must say I may be a customer in the future thanks to the Four Seasons BH! The only negative I have (and this is a very small negative that didn't detract from their overall score) is the fact that when I arrived in my taxi, no staff member opened the cab door for me. I know that seems trivial and silly, but I've been to the Houston FS and the Austin FS many times and someone has always opened the car door for me when I arrived at the entrance. Just a small detail.

Nonetheless, my stay was simply phenomenal. If you get a chance to go the Sunday Brunch, do it! You'll get to enjoy a vast array of scrumptious cuisine. And the patio of Culina is stunning!

08/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
135. Stephane B.
Did not really stay there, went to visit a friend at the hotel and I was impressed/surprised with the style and service the staff offer. Nice view, nice people and a really up to date hotel. Pretty Expensive thought.

27/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
136. Toni K.
The Beautiful garden is a perfect place to host a wedding or fundraising event

12/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
137. Megan C.
I stayed here with a boyfriend YEARS ago and went back recently and it was still just as enchanting.  The lobby, restaurants, and bars are worthy of more than 5 stars on Yelp.  

Date Rating: 9
Pick up Scale: 7

Strong Suggestion: Suite, Reservations, and your favorite Adult Beverage.

15/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
138. Nick B.
There's something about this place that I love. I'm mainly referring to the inside/outside bar and patio area in the front where locals come to mingle at night. Every time I come here I have a good time. I meet the most intricate people and am always remembered by a lot of the staff. I've been fortunate enough to create some great business relationships with people that come here.

They have live music thursday, friday, and saturdays most of the time if not always. I always get a glass of Pinot, so I couldn't tell you the depth of how there other drinks taste, but I've never been disappointed.

The food isn't bad either. The FRIES are awesome! There's a restaurant right next store called Culina that I haven't eaten at yet, but it's always packed.

I had a business meeting here a couple months ago and ran into Janet Jackson eating next to us. I don't get star struck, but that was pretty cool.

It's a nice break from the Hollywood scene. Crowd is definitely older and everyone is dressed nicely.

I could go on for a while about this place, but I'll keep it short. Bring a girl on a date here and if you play your cards right, you might get lucky.

05/12/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
139. Laura D.
Attended a lovely luncheon at this hotel, and couldn't resist posting photos of the tres chic women's bathroom....

16/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
140. Girl O.
We celebrated my older sister's 40th birthday here this past weekend.  Everything, every little thing was top notch!

04/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
141. Phil O.
I am a true believer that if you work hard you must play hard, however when I check in at this hotel, I just relax hard and enjoy my time being there.  I am always greeted with a smile and a Hello; sometimes it is the small things that make my stay somewhere more enjoyable.

I love when I pull up in my pre-runner and on one side there is a Bentley and the other side there is a Lamborghini, the hotel employees treat me the same, sure I might get the snobbish looks from some guests, although then I get to laugh when I end up in the elevator and they select a lower floor and I select the 16th floor.

03/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
142. Alison B.
Staying here was truly a disappointment. The "suite" that we had was basically a room with doors screening the bed from the rest of the room; there was one window; it was dirty and aged. Further, the maid service didn't come until 4pm, even though we had left at 8 am. The most shocking part of our stay was our treatment by the valet, particularly a gentleman named Victor - when they continued to hassle me to pay at the cashier, even though I already had, I spoke to him about how this was a customer service issue, and he LAUGHED in my face. This gentleman WORKED for the hotel at the valet, and smugly laughed at me when I had an issue both with being told to pay multiple times (which I already had - and I had called down to ask for the car to be brought around) and waiting forty minutes for my car. I'm shocked and disappointed by this upsetting service. We checked out early and moved to the Peninsula.

23/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
143. Maribeth H.
Love the hotel

Love the Spa

Like the brunch (it should include a decent pour champagne)

Like the service

It's all as you would expect, and what you would expect to pay.  Like anything (except the spa, where I've always had great treatments and great service) any person you deal with there may be nicer or better than another.

02/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
144. Coral O.
Went there yesterday.. this place would get 10 stars from me, not 5 if our watress wouldnt treat us so poorly.. we wanted to switch a dish and ever since hen her atitued switched as well.
beside that the food was good the music and the people were amazing! Highly recomended

14/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
145. Taste F.
I had a great stay at this hotel.  Wonderful experience with the service and staff they surpassed every expectation. Specially the convenience of having a house car available.

I will write a  separate review for Culina.

The only reason I give 4 stars is because while the service, entrance, and lobby was great I expected more from the rooms. While we had a beautiful view of the garden and of Los Angeles,  the room was impeccably clean, nice sheets and towels, etc, diligent room cleaning. I was not blown away by the decor or consider it 5 stars.

That said I would stay there again next time I go to Los Angeles.

29/12/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
146. Lisa S.
I love this place! The staff is very welcoming and accommodating. The staff here always says hello or smiles as you walk by. The pool area is great. This place is like bliss. I got married here many years ago and came back for our anniversary. We got early check in and was complimented with a bottle of champagne and chocolate covered strawberries. Check out the Sun brunch, definitely dine at Culina and taste the early complimentary coffee/espresso machine in the mornings. They use Umbria coffee, which is out of Seattle.

14/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
147. Dennis T.
After "winning" Los Angeles' Four Season Hotel's Sunday brunch for two in a silent auction for charity at The Palazzo 10 months ago, I was at last ready to take on what was reported to be the brunch of brunches. And it did not disappoint!

The sushi station was huge, replete with bright orange Salmon Nigri,  and ruby red Tuna Nigri and Ahi Tuna, tempting Spicy Tuna Rolls, Salmon Rolls, California Rolls, Vegetable Rolls, and other varieties of sushi that kept arriving faster than I could keep track of. Nestled nearby were gorgeous lean cuts of Smoked Salmon, and overarching all an enormous rectangular glass bowl that was filled with ice and topped by beautiful reclining and large orange Shrimps, with fresh red Cocktail Sauce and yellow Lemon wedges nearby. "Oh, Lordy!" I said to myself as I spooned one, and then another, and yet another of these food offerings onto my first capacious white china plate. "I'm never going to get past the sushi course!" At last I went back to my table to enjoy my initial haul, and everything tasted as clean and fresh as they looked. The tails of the shrimp swiftly pulled right off; the Ahi Tuna was rich with flavor, and the Smoked Salmon contained not a bit of noticeable fat. Even the cold Cocktail Sauce for the shrimp was of the highest quality.

To me, what set this brunch apart from most others were the quality and freshness of the food. It wasn't that everything possible was there (although most traditional and some not so customary brunch staples were available). There were, for example, no King Crab Legs or Lobster selections. But, honestly, I didn't miss them.

Eager to sample as much as my stomach would tolerate, I next savored lovely fork-tender Short Ribs graced by a light brown gravy that contrasted beautifully with creamy Smashed Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes with Maytag Bleu Cheese. Only the Baby Carrots mixed with Haricot Vert did not satisfy; they were just too hard. Aluminum steamers held three kinds of steamed dumplings; the Shrimp variety contained plump shelled crustaceans that upon biting into them greeted one's mouth with a welcome spurt of warm liquid. After being treated with dollops of delicate Sweet & Sour Sauce, a nice viscous orange Hoisin Sauce, and a purple Plum Sauce that was bursting with the flavor of plum, a slightly crunchy Vegetable Spring Roll also rewarded my taste buds upon contact. The Ham served at the carving station was juicy, lean, and tender; fine-looking Prime Rib and even Leg of Lamb were also available. Bacon was thick and tasty but I didn't care that much for the Chicken Sausage. Make it pork for me!

Once again, the plump little Shrimps that inhabited the Omelet I ordered--which also included Turkey, Onions, and Mushrooms--were the highlight of that dish. An understated but tasty Caesar Salad and sauteed Oyster Mushrooms harmonized nicely with the light and fluffy Omelet. So did a robust hunk of Atlantic Salmon. And, decadent desserts were divine, especially a Pecan Apple Bear Claw, pretty Vanilla and Chocolate Cupcakes, and moist Double Chocolate Bread Pudding. Yum! I just found the Tiramisu to be too watery at the bottom. All fruit was top grade: luscious Raspberries and Strawberries; ripe chunks of Pineapple, mouthwatering pink Watermelon slices; and bright orange and green-hued pieces of juicy Melon. I had no appetite left for the Mexican food station, but the lime green Guacamole looked very yummy! Maybe next time!

Service was pretty good but I had to ask once apiece for water and orange juice refills. Because doors to the patio were open, for a few seconds I also had to fend off a gnat and one fly that hovered near my filled plate. And, I slipped slightly on a slick of liquid on the floor that was near open vials of Soy Sauce and was quickly cleaned up by the alert staff. These little glitches were almost too minor to mention. But in my reviews I believe in recounting all that occurred, and let the chips fall where they may. Everything considered, I felt that I hit the jackpot at this brunch and would have remained to enjoy the bountiful repast even if I had to swat away 20 gnats and 40 flies! it was simply a great Sunday brunch!

18/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
148. Jaimie U.
I've had several experiences at this Four Seasons-all have been positive.

We attended a friend's wedding here about a year ago and it was executed with perfect Four Seasons service and attention to detail. From the valet to the waiter to the bartenders, staff were polite, attentive, and professional. Additionally, the food was very tasty and served hot. I've been to weddings at other high end hotels and have had my food come out cold, which is inexcusable in my book. The star of the evening was the dessert bar, which was AMAZING! Every possible dessert you can imagine was available including an ice cream station, mini pies and cupcakes, and much more. I was like a kid in a candy store.


I've also been to brunch and dinner at Culina. Dinner was not memorable. However, brunch was amazing! A wide variety of salads, lox, shrimp, all the breakfast favorites, an awesome juice bar, a chinese station, and a taco station were just some of the offerings. The service was impeccable and it was definitely a decadent way to spend a Sunday morning. My only complaint is the offerings considering the price point. Would it really hurt Four Seasons to expand their seafood selection beyond just shrimp and offer some crab or oysters? The vegas hotels do it for much less.

27/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
149. Mica R.
Killer service hotel is old school! Not my fav rooms but a killer brunch on Sunday. Ask more questions!

25/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
150. Kate B.
This is concerning their private events. My mom and I had an 11 o'clock appointment to meet with the events coordinator to plan a wedding here. When we were still waiting at 1130, we asked a very snobby concierge to let her know that we were leaving. The other nice concierge tried to contact her. We got her assistant who said she was in a meeting and that she would call us. My mom flew down from Northern California to meet with her. It is not 630 and we have yet to receive a call. Taking my wedding business elsewhere.

23/08/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
151. Lin G.
This is for food and drinks only.

Service was top notch.  I was very impressed.  It was good even for a high end place.  I had a glass of wine and since I can't really tell the difference with wine, it was good.  hahaha

The sliders were unfortunately not so tasty.  The patties were really greasy and lacking in flavor.  The fries were the bulky kind cooked in a massive vat of grease.

The eggplant curry dish was pretty good.  It had some Indian breadlike thing (NOT naan or chapati, it was the dry crispy kind, you know what I'm talking about) to scoop with.

I found the food menu to be very limited and lacking in imagination.  

The dining area was quiet and a good place to have a conversation.  The restrooms were standard Four Seasons, very nice.  The hotel itself was gorgeous.

18/12/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
152. Timothy S.
Having been twice to the Sunday brunch, I felt it was time to write a review. My first experience blew me away - this is a brunch done right. The venue is beautiful (I'm told the patio area is best), the food selection is broad, the Bloody Mary bar is fun, and the people watching is pure LA. If you don't see a celeb or two, you came on a down day. On my second visit, the shortcomings of brunch. Yes, it is a solid brunch, but the food selection doesn't match that of other Four Seasons brunches that I've experienced in Santa Barbara and DC. For instance, the raw bar had no oysters, the cheese selection was less impressive and the dessert offering was not up to either of the other hotels (in DC there was an entire dessert room.

Still, this is a brunch you should definitely take your parents to when they visit, or just anybody on a special occasion.

23/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
153. map p.
Just lovely!!!  Beautiful accommodations and great service.  And awesome people watching in the bar.

08/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
154. Margaret L.
I visited the Four Seasons a few weeks ago for my boyfriend's work event. The hotel is absolutely beautiful and has that old Hollywood feel that I love. The staff there was extremely helpful and courteous, which is extremely important for creating an inviting environment...


...the food that was served was so awful, I ended up going home and having a frozen pizza.

Salad - mixed greens and some brown stuff that looked like a vinaigrette but tasted like nothing
Duo of Salmon and Beef - both the salmon and beef were overcooked (I felt like it was steak night back in college) and the vegetables that came with the dish were drastically over-seasoned.
Creme Brulee and Cherry Sorbet - the brulee looked and tasted like it was done in the oven (no real caramelization there) and the cherry sorbet was extremely sour

The best thing I had there were these cheese crackers

08/02/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
155. Sarang Y.
This review is only on the Windows Lounge.

So, a group of us went there to get drinks. Some of us are in the upper 20s and some early 30s. So going to bars isn't a new thing to us. For some reason when we got there we felt out of place. The crowd looked like they were in their late 40s to early 60s (scattered with some 20 somethings looking for a suga daddy). I was really hoping to see a Real Housewife of Beverly Hills.

Despite our awkwardness, the staff was super friendly and got us good seats outdoors. The bar itself wasn't that special; it was nicer than most hotel bars I've been to but it still had the feel of a hotel bar. Also, if you like to smoke cigars or cigarettes it is permitted in the outdoor area. The best part of the bar was the live music.

Then, we opened the drinks menu and prices were definitely in the Four Seasons range. After looking at each other shifty eyed, we walked out. It wasn't only the prices that turned us off but it was the fact that they tripled the price of regular drinks AND read this: "Please be informed that a $40.00 per person consumption charge is required. An 18% service fee will be added to parties of 6 or more." Yea...

I might come back here when I have money to throw around or if I'm elderly but I highly doubt it. There are too many bars in LA that are much cooler and fairly-priced. If I were to return I'd only come to stay at the hotel.

FYI: valet is $15.

21/01/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
156. Sandy M.
Great for lunch or a business meeting. Minus one star because it's $9 with validation, even when dining in. Other than that good service , nice array of beverage selections (non alcoholic and alcoholic). Guaranteed to see at least one famous person per visit, as this is ground zero for a lot of entertainment industry goings-on.

05/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
157. Mina L.
Great Service and personalized attention to their guest is amazing.  My boys were treated to cookies and milk at the room at arrival.   The boy's names were on the shower door and kid size robes and slippers awaited them.  

The pool was another highlight.  There were servers ready to offer a menu to order lunch or provide a shade umbrella.   There were pool toys available for use.  Sun screen and lotion dispensers were available by the towel people.  

Car valets had our car at the driveway moments after our call to get the car ready.  Always had a nice welcoming smile with every arrival and departure.   BTW you keep the same valet ticket your entire stay.  

Overall, the Four Seasons is worth what you pay and more!
It's a kind of luxury you can get use too.
I am so glad that we indulged this once and had a wonderful experience.

05/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
158. Mary C.
My review is for the Cabana lunch. We arrived just as they were breaking down brunch but it looked really good.

George was our waiter, Paola (sp?) and Parker provided outstanding service. The Cabana lunch is served by the pool on the 4th floor. Also great views of B.H. from the pool.

We all ordered a variety of things, I had a couple special request which George was able to accommodate. I had the Jet-Lag Smoothie, $10, fantastically yummy.

5 Star service all the way. Casual pool setting.

31/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
159. Candy B.
This place is just amazing. I walk up to the desk and they already address me by my last name! Staff goes above and beyond being friendly and attentive. I stayed here because I was in town for business but would absolutely consider staying here had I not been. It's very easy to get a taxi as they have them waiting nearby all day.

I used the gym while I stayed and it was really a pleasure to workout. Fruits, water, and flavored water is complimentary. You can also request an "in room workout kit" which has suggested routine's on an ipad in your room! You can place room orders via the ipad or just poke around with it while laying in bed. The view onto the hills was really pleasant and the room was kept clean and tidy! Next time I'm in LA for business I have no hesitation returning to the Four Seasons!

29/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
160. Marc K.
The hotel is in a great location, rooms are as expected for a Four Seasons, and the staff is attentive. The pool area, although small, is intimate. I honestly can't find anything to fault with this hotel. Pricey, but it's a Four Seasons in Beverly Hills.

The only possible downside is that sometimes that valets are crowded, but you do get to look at a lot of Ferrari's and Bentley's, so it's not so bad :-)

18/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
161. Newell F.
You never know who you'll see!

18/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
162. Bernard B.
Great customer service starts from the moment you walk in to this place. From the doorman to the front desk, everyone is friendly and willing to go extra mike to help you. But I got to tell you this: the rooms are pricy but you pay for what you get. So make up your mind. There are other hotels in the area but I chose Four Seasons.

20/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
163. Shirley F.
Wonderful setting, beautiful outdoor terrace, cocktails exquisite and superb
Cuisine....just returned from extended European trip and Culina ranks
Up there among the 'temples of food' in Paris, Barcelona.....
So Devine to dine here,  will not disappoint.
S. Freis

08/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
164. Robin Z.
Should the outstanding statuary, magnificent floral arrangements, mind-boggling Chihulys, gorgeous marble flooring and incredible location have anything to do with it, I'll truly enjoy myself when and if I can ever afford to stay here as a guest.

Would I ever whore myself to try this place? Possibly. I'll say no for now though.

10/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
165. Sam S.
I love this place! It's a great spot to grab a drink, listen to live music and there's a small area to dance. Just beware: this place is known for having prostitutes.

20/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
166. Rachel R.
Holy wow.... I really don't even know where to start...

I'm one of those people that normally picks cheap hotels, or a friends couch, since I'll just normally be sleeping there, so this was a little out of my element. We went the straight from the airport after traveling for 12 hours, so I felt ungodly out of place in jeans and a sweater and again after traveling 12 hours, I just wanted a shower and a nap. I never once felt looked down on and there was no pretentiousness like I assumed there would be being in a swanky Beverly Hills hotel. It was great. We were a little before check in time, and Jasmin still took care of us. In fact she was incredibly awesome! 2 hours later we got a knock on our door and housekeeping had a gorgeous cake and a handwritten note (from Jasmin, the front desk lady) wishing me a happy belated birthday (a week and a half prior). And OMG it was the best dessert I've ever had in my life! So service, is beyond impeccable. The staff at the bar were we got a pizza and drinks from we're super nice too.

The room is amazing! Marble bathroom with a huge glass shower and a separate tub as well. The king bed was in a separate room with double doors, and we had a love seat, 2 chairs and an ottoman in the living room area with a mini bar. We also had a small balcony looking out at downtown LA and the Hollywood sign. And the bed was amazingly comfortable. Fluffy pillows, prefect comforter. The lights are all on slides, so no switches. One side of the bed had a surge protector like thing for outlets, but there wasn't one on the other side. Seriously only complaint.

On the 4th floor is a fitness center, a spa, and through the spa is the rooftop pool and to the left of that is a little restaurant open for breakfast and lunch. In the lobby is Windows, which is open late and has a little of everything, including cigars for sale, and a patio outside. Through that, or a separate entrance in the corner of the drive way is Culina, and is a nice Italian style restaurant, but it's closed in the afternoons from around 2-6. Both have separate Yelp listings as well.

The doorman is always present and in a good mood. The valets are quick and courteous and will always open the door for you if they're not swamped. If you have an upgraded suite room, you can use a car from the hotel for the day! If you're just in the basic room, they have a house car (a Rolls Royce!) that you can get from the valets that will drive you in a 3 mile radius, or they will call and set up a taxi for you as well!

So it's a little pricier, but it's so worth it! The staff is all courteous and awesome, and not pretensious at all! I was pleasantly surprised. And you'll see people from all walks of life, and you may get lucky enough to get a star sighting every now and then. The ONLY downside of this place, is the wifi is super lacking and super slow. If you go out on the balcony you'll lose it. Seriously, ONLY complaint.

05/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
167. Trina L.
Underdressed for a swanky time at the bar... But I got 2 Frozen Peachjitos... They were amazing! Everything was really fresh tasting and it tasted like a refreshing smoothie. I'm glad someone got the bill because my drink was 18 bones... I tried the fried calamari, which maybe could have needed some salt but it was really good. I would never go to a place like that but since it was on someone else, why not?

24/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
168. Erika M.
Hotel is impeccable, service is phenomenal, and the food just delightful. Had to be the Four Seasons.

18/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
169. solange s.
I ate there recently with my son.  The weather was a bit overcast and cold, and the seating is outdoors only.  So, it was only the tow of us dining in the late afternoon.  When we got there, there was not a soul to be seen, no waiter, nobody.  We had to ask the pool man if it was indeed open.  After a length of time, our waiter finally appeared.  He was pleasant enough, although, his uniform left a little something  to  be desired, shorts and a T-shirt, not very high end for such a high end restaurant, but, then again, this is casual Southern California.  He brought us some bottled water, took our drink order and disappeared for a good, long time.  That would have been acceptable had there been more than just the two of us in the entire place to wait on.  The drinks finally came, a strawberry mojito and a sangria.  I had never had a mojito, so I took a taste.  I made a face.  Then, I tasted my own drink.  I made a face.   They both tasted like medicine to me.  They were horrible and horribly expensive, too.  But, so far, the bread, homemade rosemary, and a nice cheesy flat bread, with pesto on the side, were very good.  That gave me hope for the food at least.  The entrees came fairly quickly.  I ordered the steak nachos, listed as an appetizer but a large enough serving to be a meal.  My son had the chicken kabobs with rice, a rather puny portion for an entree, but very good.  I guess the starters and entrees got mixed up when they made the menu.  So, to summarize, the drinks were awful.  The food was good.  The service started out slow but got better.  The prices were outrageous.  I mean $22 for nachos?  $17 each for God awful mixed drinks?  The entire meal for two for lunch was $115, way too much for what it was.  I mean it was good but not that good.  Well, I guess you pay for the privilege of dining at the Four Seasons.  The best part of the experience was being there with my son.  So, I've given it three stars.

12/11/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
170. Rick S.
This hotel is great, not only are you greeted by an iconic Hollywood Marilyn Monroe statue with her dress flying up from the 1955 film "The Seven Year Itch" but the staff is very welcoming, accommodating and gracious.

If you're a local and have friends staying here, parking in the area is actually easy on the street, one block down on Burton Way there's 4 hour parking during the day, and along Doheny, you can find various unlimited (aside from any restrictions such as street sweeping/cleaning dates) parking as well as some metered parking in the surrounding area.

I went here and ate at the

Cabana Restaurant

This is what I ordered:

Real Fries (The Best French Fries In Town) - Chef Ashley's Chipotle Ketchup

Seared Ahi Burger - Roasted Tomatillo Salsa, Jicama, Seaweed, Slaw, Avocado, Whole Wheat Bun

JC Burger - Short Rib Patty, Maytag Blue, Tomato, Caramelized & Crispy Onions, Rosemary, Ciabatta

I'm going to say this... these are "TOP 10 FRENCH FRIES" and if you think you want to share an order... DON'T... they're SO GOOD, you'll want a whole order for yourself !!!  They come in a jenga like configuration stacked on a plate along with a cone and are crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside and are thick.

Don't confuse these fries with the ones they offer on the side of a meal, as the waitress disclosed.

The burger is cooked to order, and I enjoy medium rare, so it was cooked to perfection.

As a local, I'd recommend this to visiting friends, family and associates, and I'd say it's a nice place to grab lunch at too.

05/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
171. Luci S.
This is about the lounge area where there are live acoustic acts....
So... if you are in the market for bits of meat or simply feel inclined to be ogled as one then THIS is the place to be!!
The drinks are overpriced, the area tiny,  and the tables so low if you are tall or are sporting heels will have your knees up round your ears... the clientele is also pretentious (well i suppose it is BH) and the service is next to nil. or. perhaps it's just that way if you have 1 or more tattoos?? (thank goodness I had a wig on or they might have sprayed me with disinfectant...)
Bottom line.  Coat yourself in protective silicone (drool simply slides off then) before leaving your abode and for God's sake.  PACK A FLASK!

31/08/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
172. Josh B.
I have been to more than a dozen four seasons and this was the best service I have ever received.  In particular, Manolo of guest services was over the top good.  He put stickers with my 2 yr old son's name on the shower door and called before we got there to find out what snacks we liked and when we arrived, there were cupcakes, goldfish and orange juice (in a kiddy cup) waiting for us.  Every staff member knew my name.  They treated us like we were the most important guest.  I will certainly be back.

05/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
173. Todd V.
Despite being located in stuffy Beverly Hills, I was pleasantly surprised with Culina's hospitality, quality, ambience, and authenticity of Italian food sent out by their kitchen.  It was almost like eating some my mother's/grandmother's home cooked, amazing Italian cooking only it wasn't - it was better :-)  And that's hard for me to admit having been raised on Brooklyn italian food.

In addition to the authentic/delicious food, the venue and ambience were second to none and just breathtaking.  From the draping chandeliers to the beautifully crafted tables to the perfect outdoor seating area with fire pits to keep me and my guests warm, Culina is in my opinion one of, if not the best restaurants and environments I've every visited on the West Coast and I will definitely return the next time I'm in Los Angeles.   The staff at Culina was also so unexpectedly great, hospitable, and engaging; especially their manager, Joe (hopefully that's his name lol), and their fantastic event coordinator, Kim, who was just amazing from the beginning of our experience, helping make our special night and event at Culina exactly how we pictured it and truly special.  Thanks for everything.  

Btw, Cuilna is a perfect place to take a date, hold an important business meeting or impress someone - I know it impressed my group ;-).

12/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
174. Sara A.
I just attended a persian/american wedding at this location and the catering was amazing. All of the appetizers during the recessional were delicious. All the courses of the wedding dinner were very tasty and beautiful in presentation. The only thing I would have suggested needed improvement on the part of four seasons  was the speed of them being served. I think they would only get so far and they were so good I wanted to try them all and I barely could get a bite off of the plates of any of the servers. I think it was because they were all being devoured at such a high speed that it was perhaps unexpected:)

17/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
175. Christie O.
Not at all surprising that this location is a 5* experience from the moment you pull into valet, to the exquisite lobby with magnificent, fragrant floral displays and desk staff that make every request a reality. Holiday decorations just make it even more magical.

A spot several of my gfs meet and catch up on life, shopping and QT in elegant surroundings. Culina remains one of the best restaurants in LA, the Lobby Bar is always hopping and, let's face it: having the house Rolls or Bentley drop you off and fetch you from shopping doesn't suck. At all.

The suites are spacious, tastefully appointed (our last had French doors to a patio with a view of the pool) Bulgari bath products, those incredible beds, robes and slippers = heavenly. One visit my GF was there for weeks, and in preparation for a big event poolside, there was quite a bit of noise; without hesitation, we were relocated to a larger suite with no noise and champagne for our "trouble" The only day we choose not to have room service breakfast is Sunday: the Brunch is not to be missed. Gym is next to the beautiful pool/cabanas and cold towels, flavored (or regular) water is provided by attendants. The Spa provides another great draw to not leave the property as they massage, primp and pamper you into a Zen state.

The best compliment I can give "The Fo" is you almost forget you're in LA while inside, and that can be a great thing. It is on my list of top hotels (two other Four Seasons in Paris & London join it) for many of the above reasons and for the behind the scenes service that makes my stays relaxing, rejuvenating and highly anticipated.

21/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
176. Danielle S.
Beautiful hotel and wonderful staff.  Love the flowers at Four Seasons--ALWAYS.  LOVE the iPads in the rooms.  Used the comp house car to go to Rodeo.  Driver was great.  All of the staff was accommodating and super nice.  Culina was delicious.  We bought a package at an auction and it did not disappoint.  Rooms are average.  I could have been sleeping in a Hyatt for all I knew. But the rest of the hotel was beautiful, and service was top notch.

21/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
177. Reena F.
The standard room is relatively small, twin sized bed is way smaller than I expected. Other than that, it's all good especially the swimming pool

16/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
178. Lu H.
My husband and I and our 1 year old puppy stayed here over Memorial Day weekend. From the moment they opened the door of the rental car for us, it was determined to be one of the best hotel experiences I've had. Everyone greeted us with a smile even though our dog, Caesar, would bark at anything and everything. The check-in process was fast and efficient. I asked for a corner unit because that's what I do while we travel with Caesar - mostly to cut in half the chances that the next door guests would complain about Caesar's barking. Kisha was very accommodating and actually upgraded us to a premier room with a private terrace. She said based on her past experience with guests with dogs, they usually prefer the terrace. And gosh she wasn't lying about that, it was a HUGE terrace that goes around the corner. There's a table and chair so that we can sit outside while Caesar roams around. And even though it's on the second floor, it was very quiet at night. For a light sleeper like me, at first I was afraid of noise from downstairs, but I slept like a baby, which by the way, could also be due to their beds--it's like sleeping on a cloud.

Additionally, they gave Caesar doggie bowls and treats and get this, Evian water! My husband got a little jealous because he didn't even get Evian water...Anyways, the room was big, not the biggest I've been in, but big enough. Bathroom was very spacious. There's a seating area, and French doors open to the terrace. The bed, as I mentioned before, was comfortable and the bedding was soft and silky. I liked everything about the room, although my hubby was indifferent,  he's more into modern décor etc. So if you are more of a modernist and have a taste for sleek furniture and simple design, this might not be the hotel for you. This is a classic hotel with everything old school luxury.

We had a rental car, so all we needed was to call ahead before we head downstairs, and the car would be there. The staff was fast, always opened the doors for us and welcomed us with a  big smile. Valet was about $40 per day--not cheap, but given how often we went in and out of the hotel and the car was always ready for us, I personally think it's worth every penny.  

We didn't dine at the restaurant Culina, but it was definitely busy for lunch and dinner every day. Oh did I mention they have a Rolls Royce house car complimentary for hotel guests? We didn't ride it, but it looked awesome.

All in all, it ranked in my top five hotel stays and I will definitely be back.

28/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
179. Monique R.
Came here for a girls night recently for wine and dessert was a great vibe. Had the sweetest waitress and exceptional service. Would recommend to anyone looking for a comfortable lounge in Los Angeles.

09/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
180. Butters L.
Best hotel experience I can remember.  Impressively lacking in pretension.  Staff are remarkably helpful and genuine.  Five stars all the way.  The bar is great too.

18/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
181. Margaret N.
Great service and exceptional service! Their free wi-fi connection is a bit flaky though and I wish their outdoor pool was a bit bigger/more creative in design... It's pretty much a rectangular pool you can find at any apartment complex. Their pool service is great though and I like how you can order drinks and food by the pool as well.

Their gym is great too! Loads of cardio machines, free weights and etc., and it's practically outdoors with their open decor.

29/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
182. Gigi D.
I have been here a few times, not to spend the night, but for a few events. I am very impressed with this hotel and whenever my father asks me where he should stay in LA when he visits, I always tell him the Four Seasons.

The food is delicious and very well prepared. The staff is extremely nice and accommodating.

I remember I was riding the elevator down to the main lobby and there was someone else in there with me. I was making small talk, and found out he was the owner of the hotel. He was extremely nice, and this only enhanced my opinion on this hotel.

Another thing that I love is that valet is very efficient here. I don't have to wait for 10 other cars to get taken away, instead I am immediately taken care of and treated with respect... Hey, give me respect and I will CERTAINLY return the favor! :)

I think next time I will check out the pool, the spa and the fitness center and let you all know my thoughts!

23/10/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
183. Steve K.
As hotels go, it's OK.  Actually, the front desk guy was awesome and helped us out a lot.  My main gripes are noise; my room was near a stairwell door, and some nights people would go in and out of that door and let it SLAM, waking me up several times.  Really bad design.  Also, the faucets in the bathroom need attention; there's apparently just one level of water pressure, and it's really hard to configure the amount of hot water needed when you're trying to wash or shave.  The soaps they give you are miniscule - bring your own bar soap for sure!!!  If you elect to forego the room cleaning each day, you get a $5 voucher to use downstairs in the coffee kiosk or restaurant.  No freebies here, kids.  No free breakfast or coffee or whatever.  This is tourist central, and they are taking you for every penny.  The gym was missing some free weights, which limited my workout.  But overall it was a nice gym - the nautilus equipment was excellent.  The food was good in their little restaurant in the lower level, and the pool was great for a swim - get your cardio in!  The staff was helpful, which is what made the place.  Other than that, nothing outstanding about the place.

08/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
184. Christian R.
My buddy and I came to eat a five course meal a few months ago! Wow, Delicious, It was my first time going to a place this fancy. The portions were smaller, but that is because its all quality! Very glad I was able to make it here in Beverly hills. Would definitely recommend.

17/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
185. Michael K.
I have enjoyed my Friday nights at the Seasons, listening to music and being pampered by the incredible staff.  With that said...who designed the staff uniforms?  I go to Lawry's for prime rib and chuckle at the waitress's costumes, but at the Seasons?  If Mr. Blackwell were alive today, he would have a field day!!!!

28/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
186. white s.
Its one of the few places I can smoke in LA. You still have to sit outside but for the time being, its allowed. I prefer it for lunch hours. At night they have a a live band and the crowd has turned a bit of the sleazy side. It caters to a bunch of ussual suspect types. I wouldn't be surprised if a crew of detectives entered the place at one time and said "Round up the ussual suspects!" Its filled with a nefarious croud but I wouldn't physically be worried . I would advise you just not to talk or do business with anyone there.
The food is good and the drinks are well made.
also you can troll the bar for ladies of the night if that's your prerogative.

28/02/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
187. Mary M.
Like any four seasons, this hotel is stunning and the staff makes you feel like you are right at home. I love staying here!

20/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
188. Yuri S.
My wife and I just had brunch here on Sunday. A lovely experience. Being in the food and hospitality business, my eyes are always placed in a direction most patrons don't pay attention too. The food options cater to all types of guests. The service is top notch, no exceptions. Very well trained employees with the utmost professionalism and etiquette. The Sunday buffet was an amazing experience, great place for families and couples. Business was booming, so I do recommend a reservation in advance. Worth every penny and I recommend sitting outside in the patio either by the hotel entrance or in the very back near the water falls. Beautiful ambiance and setting. Will def return! Great experience!

17/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
189. Kayla Ann J.
The front desk is so helpful. Beyond a dream. After getting the run around with priceline.com about our hotel reservations through them, the manager, Momoduo, gave us complimentary drinks and dinner for the hassle of waiting around for over two hours for priceline to comp us our room that they messed up on. Keisha at the front desk was also a pleasure. She sympathized with our situation and was very positive. The rest of the hotel staff was pleasurable to be around as well. Everyone was extremely helpful and kind. We would not have been able to afford staying here, but priceline had screwed up BIG time on our previous reservation with a completely different hotel and overbooked said hotel. They said they would comp our stay at the four seasons, but failed to leave authorization information with the front desk. Moral of the story, four seasons was amazing and priceline and booking.com sucks.

14/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
190. Katie E.
The service here is unmatched!!!!!!

I chose the Four Seasons Hotel as my "getting ready" spot because of two reasons.
1. I got a fantastic deal on the bridal suite.
2. I've stayed here in the past and loved my experience.
But really, it's more because I got a great deal on my room (let's be honest here)!

The concierge, the bell boys, the service the staff here is just unbeatable. I haven't had service like this in any hotel, in my life. They put their customers first and it really shows. Everyone here is genuine, not the fake/plastic "LA nice" you typically find in this city.

The view from my room was amazing. I saw all the down to downtown and as close the as the Design Center in West Hollywood.

It was a trek to get from Beverly Hills to Woodland Hills on my wedding day, but it was definitely a trek worth making!

Don't even hesitate if this place is within your budget and you're considering it.

13/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
191. Rene C.
Two words.

"House Car"

Not to sound like a total geek,  but I am excited as all Hell get to report that Last night was my first time ever riding in Rolls Royce. I felt like Julia Roberts starring in Pretty Woman.

Shit Yeah!

We stayed here for my wife's birthday celebration and from the start were treated like royalty. The staff picked up on this when they asked why we were in town. While on a short walk, we came back to find a chocolate cake topped with an assortment of fresh berries and wrapped in white chocolate. yelp.com/biz_photos/four… How is that for class?

The Four Seasons Beverly Hills is as nice as you would expect from this high end chain. From the attention to detail, remembering names, classy and comfortable rooms and awesome customer service from beginning to end.

This hotel is centrally located and within walking distance to some of the areas coolest attractions (Rodeo Drive, Robertson Street, Melrose etc). But why walk when they have a new Rolls Royce at your beckon call? That's right, a "House Car" is available throughout your stay and will drive you pretty much anywhere within a "reasonable" distance. And what a nice ride it is!

The Four Seasons Beverly Hills is as nice as you would expect from this high end chain. From the attention to detail, remembering names, classy and comfortable rooms and awesome customer service from beginning to end.Thank you to the staff of the Four Seasons for making my wife's birthday special. I hope to win the lotto one day and make a return visit.

19/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
192. Stephanie S.
Just an update.

This is my favorite watering hole in Beverly Hills. Consistently good, live music Thursday through Saturday nights until 1am. Cool. Drinks good, not cheap but it is Four Seasons. Service superb and very consistent.

Three areas including a live music lounge like area with tables, sofas, small area to dance (yay!).

The bar area which is a little quieter but close enough to the dance area. Bar tenders are cool as are the servers.

The third indoors area is really a quiet lounge with tables and sofas so there is a mix in all three areas.

Complimentary Wi-fi is available but hasn't worked too well lately (not sure why?) and I've tried all three areas.

There is an outdoor patio area as well. Menu includes a decent array of more than simple bar food options such as a sushi sampler, Mahi Mahi tacos, chow mein with shrimp.

Nice people typically well dressed come to this place. Recently there was a major Jewish engagement party on the same night there was a bachelorette party. Talk about fun! and lots of very dressed up pretty people. Not sure how they squeezed nearly 100 people in the live music area but it happened.

Parking options are a breeze with valet or street (free!) within a block or two. No cover for live music, although there may be a table minimum ($25 or 30) when crowded.

28/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
193. CJ H.
Best Hotel Ever! Twice a year I am a guest at this hotel as a speaker at a business seminar held in their ballroom.

Setting aside the 5-Star experience one would expect at a Four Seasons in 90210, the intimacy of this property and the genuine care as a guest is second to none.

This last visit 2 weeks ago had me coming in quite late from LAX via UBUR. There was a needy guest in front of me upon check in but P-Diddy was very kind. Super nice guy.

My suite on the 15th floor was AMAZING. My view was to the west. I wish I would have had the time to just chill but business called.

The banquet staff, setup crew and the lunch buffet was over the top.

This is Beverly Hills without the ego. Humility without blowing sunshine up my ass. Quality and genuine care without attitude. Honest. My top 5 properties.

28/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
194. K S.
Stayed here the golden globes weekend. Wow a bunch of attendees actually stay here. I saw a bunch of them leaving for the globes in beautiful dresses. Exotic cars parked all around! Good tourist location! Service was also nice. I like the bathroom and omg the bed. One of the most comfortable beds I ever slept on at hotels! I slept like a baby for all nights I was there. We accidentally left the privacy light on and they called us to see if we needed anything which I appreciate. Too bad the pool was closed when we were there!

16/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
195. Dora W.
Hotel is very nice great location, very good food inside and around the hotel, the valet parking is very convenient and staff was nice very upscale but reasonably priced i was very surprised, when i did the name your own price on price line and got this hotel i was disappointed until we got there i was very pleased, i would def recommend it to everyone i would def come again!

10/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
196. Laci T.
Although a cab ride or 13 minute walk to the convention center, I do recommend this hotel in downtown CA . Service was exceptional!! Bar has live music and a great wine list.

14/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
197. J E.
After having drinks and meals at Four Seasons for many years, about a year ago I left my American Express card at the table at the Windows Lounge after signing my bill for two drinks.   Later that week I returned to the hotel to get my card, when the hotel again presented me with a bill for a similar amount (about $35).   I assumed it was the same bill for the two drinks I had purchased and that the first bill never made it back to their file, so I signed and left.   When my American Express bill came, I noticed two separate charges from Four Seasons for that night, each for about $35.  I went online and quickly disputed this charge since I only ordered two drinks totaling $35, and wrote a summary of what had happened.  Amazingly, American Express - for the first time ever - denied my dispute.  I immediately called them, reopened the dispute and was told that Four Seasons had responded to American Express, writing (I have copied this from Four Season's response): "The server verified all information."  I received the original receipts for both bills from American Express, which further supported what I and my friend from the night had already known...  That I had only ordered two drinks (the second bill I had signed had two different drinks that I have never heard of nor have ordered in my life, and looking at the receipts now I notice that the table numbers on the two receipts are different).  So I called Four Seasons and spoke with N - a dishonest and rude "business manager" who needs to take courses on the industry that she serves: hospitality (in spite of this horrible experience, I am not using her full name so that this doesn't haunt her).   N told me that she disputed the charge as a standard procedure because I had not contacted her first.   Therefore, she assumed I was trying to get away without paying.   It became obvious that N's response to American Express was dishonest and fraudulent; it was very unlikely that she actually received confirmation of the bills from the waiters of the night, since it had been over a month after the incident occurred when she was presented with the dispute.  Furthermore, I was certain that I only ordered two drinks that night and that the second bill was erroneous.   N gave attitude, and refused to simply reverse the charge.   She expressed skepticism that the charge was not mine, and said that she would reverse the charge as "a courtesy", but only if I would first drop the ongoing dispute with American Express.  She also had gone ahead and sent the same response again for the new dispute I had opened.  She told me: as long as I kept disputing the charge with American Express, she would never reverse the charge because this would make Four Seasons vulnerable to crediting me for $35 twice ($70 total). This was a lie and could not happen, as I confirmed with American Express.   Nonetheless, if N had told the truth about this, I still find it surprising that a four-star hotel that charges top dollar would rather have a repeat customer continue to erroneously be charged twice for a bill, rather than risk having the hotel reverse the small bill twice.
In the end, I did not drop the dispute and eventually ended up getting my money back, but only after a few months of arguing back and forth between N and American Express.   I pursued this issue for hours until I was successful not because of the money (this was a huge waste of time), but because I found it ridiculous that a hotel that prides itself on service, and charges handsomely for what they claim is exceptional service, was so cheap and ridiculous about a $35 bill that was fraudulently perpetuated due to N's lies in her response letter.  I am confident that even the cheapest dive bars in Los Angeles would have corrected the issue promptly without the hassle that N put me through.  I frequently stay at other Four Seasons Hotels on business, and none have presented with anything but exceptional service.  It seems N no longer works at the hotel (her phone number goes to a new business manager), but the fact that the hotel did not weed her out immediately and offered me no recourse to escalate this issue to higher management is disappointing.  It is also an indicator of what can go wrong in this hotel; I have since returned to this hotel, but do so with the same watchfulness that I visit hotels in foreign countries where I know that I may be ripped off by hotel staff under the cloak of unscrupulous managers (for example, I recommend that you don't leave expensive valuables at this hotel).

10/02/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
198. lindsay t.
Can't go wrong with a four seasons.  The customer service is amazing.  The hotel feels intimate without getting caught up in the LA scene.

10/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
199. Kyle O.
Mediocre on everything except for service and the room service food is the summary.

Rooms and decor are average, subpar for a four seasons, small, outdated but not I'm a classic or quant way, hotel feels cramped overall (but it is LA after all).  

Valet is $42, bad on the way in but better on the way out (when you are supposed to tip, go figure). I pulled up with luggage and was ignored, until a guy from inside witnessed this and came out, apologized, and was amazingly helpful. Front desk did a great job checking me in, bellman did a great courteous job bringing my bags up as I had to run to a meeting right away.

Ate lunch at the Italian restaurant. Food there was OK and service was great but the price was crazy even for the area, and portions were small. Room service was the opposite, great food, huge portions, great service. If anything the portions were party sized and too big for a normal person, which increased the price. But that's just being picky.

Conference service was good too, but rooms weren't great and A/V was seriously lacking, cords on the ground, bad lighting, old projectors, uncomfortable chairs.

Dinner on the patio was subpar, but service was great again. We had dinner for 25 people or so, got four waiters, lots of good wine and drinks, with a happy hour with appetizers. Apps were good but the meal was not. I had the veal parm, way overcooked, or over fried I should say, too much breading and not enough meat, bad side dishes. Bread was the best part, actually cheese crisps versus bread. Noisy with the cars, even with 25 people talking.

Then drinks and cigars on the other patio, right by the valet drive in, again quite cramped.  The manager was hawk eyeing us the whole time, creeped out the women with us, but yet again, the service was great and attentive, albeit $14 a drink. See the trend?

The waiters, bellmen, bus boys, and hosts all deserve a raise, but the hotel needs a bigger lot, an update, and better food. I wouldn't go back unless it was for room service.

10/11/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
200. Sean B.
Lovely venue for the Emmy's reception. The staff were pleasant and the luxury suite was perfect for our needs. Highly recommend.

27/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
201. Kim S.
Awesome hotel in the heart of LA. It's a must visit when in LA. A lot of style and quality to this hotel.  Next time I come home  to LA, then I will make sure to bring Dutchman here. I would  definitely add this hotel to LA favorites. I am familiar with this hotel because I  use to dine at  their fabulous restaurant with  some friends back in the day. The first time i came to this hotel, I had the pleasure of meeting Stevie Wonder. I am not a groupie, because i am born and raise in LA, so seeing stars is the norm here. but when i saw Stevie Wonder  the groupie came out in me. However I  got an amazing opportunity to take a seat at his table and share how i was in love with his music , since i was a kid. He was so amazing, he allowed me to chat his ear off for a while, then I eventually went back to my table. What an amazing experience that I will never forget.

09/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
202. Anousha H.
Four seasons I've been to have always been amazing from the service and stay to the food.

I recently visited the Beverly Hills Four Seasons while I was visiting my good friends in LA which happened to be on the Mother's Day weekend. Obviously a busy weekend and  Sunday morning for them.
The staff were very accommodating and sweet to always make sure their guests are happy with their experience.
Yet the buffet style Sunday brunch was nothing short of the best buffet experiences I have had yet.
I tried a little bit of everything and the food was absolutely delicious & fresh.
Larger brunch stations than usual as expected being it was Mother's Day weekend.
The doughnut station is a must!! Warm & fresh mini doughnuts are always a highlight for me.

20/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
203. Kym B.
Elegance.  That one word personifies the Four Seasons Hotel.  I have held residence in several Four Seasons and they are all pretty much the same.  Fabulous accommodations, gracious and helpful staff and unparalleled dining experiences.  One of my favorite venues for after dinner drinks or a weekend get away.  

I also appreciate they are "pet friendly" to include accoutrements for your dog.  That effort always counts extra in my book.

25/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
204. Alan B.
This Four Seasons Hotel is in the best location for a hotel in LA. You are walking distance or a short drive to Rodeo Drive. If you are looking for fine dinning or shopping this hotel is in the location for all that. This hotel provides complimentary services to restaurants and shopping.

The hotels provides excellent customer service with a friendly staff. Everything from this hotel is right in the are.

16/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
205. Cassandra Y.
Beautiful hotel~ Doorman is waiting at the door the whole time. Very polite & professional.

Nicely decorated in the lobby. Feeling the holiday atmosphere.

Staffs are very friendly. Feeling very welcomed.

The Parking: Valet Parking ($15)

21/12/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
206. Ripped O.
Everything we expected and more. Service was impeccable, hotel was luxurious, the drinks were creative and delicious. Every member of the staff was so friendly and very genuine. We enjoyed a private party on the patio, the spa (several times), the pool, brunch at restaurant, room service and everything was perfect! And the hotel "shuttle" is a Rolls Royce ghost!

01/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
207. Peter I.
This hotel is as good as it gets. I have stayed here and eaten here and drank here (more times than I can count) and I always come back for more.

The service is very special. From the time you park tip you depart, the people seems to care about how you are and that you had a nice experience here.

The bar is one of the great bars in LA, good pour and snacks. Inventive drinks served by real servers who know the customer. Pricy, but worth every penny. Start a night or end a night. Perfect.

The food (going through a transition with new staff) is very fresh and good. LA fresh and farm to table, it's very very good hotel food. Don't be afraid to eat there as if it were a great restaurant. Too many favorites to list.

The rooms are legendary and good sized. Pool view from high up are my favorite. But, city views are great as well. Great bedding and wonderful bathrooms with those Four Seasons products! Love that!

A real treat every time I go.

23/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
208. Gigi L.
Breakfast is amazing.  The patio is a blast and precisely the place to enjoy the perfect weather!  The breakfast is spectacular-- the eggs Benedict is pitch perfect.  Bacon cooked to perfection IF you order it well.  They can do crispy as well as anyone.  

Can't say enough. My favorite haunt for LA breakfast!

31/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
209. Erwin Y.
Wonderful hotels near santa monica blvd. Ggreat environtment. Combination of outdoor parks, indoor ornamen and beautiful lighting warmly welcome guest to stay or to enjoy fantastic dinner.

The service set this hotel aparts... friendly and helpful staff, attentive manager and fast vallet service differentiate this restaurant from other similiar great hotels.

The only drawback is its small establishment which limit them in becoming a resort like hotel.

18/12/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
210. A Adam S.
One of the best venues for holiday brunch. I have attended both the Easter brunch and Thanksgiving brunch. Both were excellent.

A very nice hotel in Beverly Hills. Only drawback is it is not in walking distance from rodeo shops and the heart of Beverly Hills.

Still a great option for your next visit to Los Angeles.

Visit any of their two bars on the weekend and you will see a good crowd both locals and visitors.

22/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
211. David L.
This hotel is beginning to show it's age but they have done an exceptional job on the upkeep. The hotel rooms are very nice but the downstairs bar is lovely. There is an indoor area, which has been recently remodeled and there is also an outside patio. Culina is also an amazing restaurant with a large following. If coming to BH on vacation, it is a 15 minute walk to Rodeo drive.

The pool on one of the upper levels is also great and in addition the pa is on that floor as well. May locals also come here as well.

The staff here is great and there is valet parking as well.

20/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
212. Michelle G.
Funny how the manager just glanced over the fact that they would adamantly not seat us at the table but 5 min later sat two other people there. I wasn't hostile, I asked your manager to explain the situation and her response was as unsatisfactory and asinine as yours. I don't take kindly to prejudice and discrimination so I'm sorry that I didnt take what your staff did lightly... You should spend your time figuring out the situation at your bar/restaurant rather than writing untrue and evasive responses. And don't worry I'm not planning on returning anytime soon...

02/01/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
213. Alex I.
You gotta get lunch by the pool and just soak in the beautiful sun. The pool is positioned perfectly to utilize as much sun as possible.

09/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
214. Kathy B.
Sunday brunch is the best. Love the VIP service. Great place to eat late at night, people watch and listen to music. Try the truffle fries and sliders! Yum! Always meet interesting people or run into my friends there! Love the gorgeous flowers in the Hotel lobby great for photo!

01/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
215. Franklin M.
We attended a travel agent event at the hotel. The service was very good with all the hungry crowd asking for more delicious appetizers. The presentation area and the dinner served were really good, everyone seemed to be happy with the service.

07/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
216. Caroline A.
We spent two nights here on our way to Kauai, and had a lovely time. Our experience was close to perfection, with a few hiccups.

My beau booked a King room for us and the kids, but when we got there, they tried to put us in a room with two twin-sized beds. Clearly wasn't going to work out, and they told us we needed to get a second room. I was pretty livid about this, but Bill was a cool cucumber and just went with it. Luckily, they put us in adjoining rooms, so it was kind of like being in a big suite.

The terrace in both of the rooms were spacious, and a great space for kids to play.

We loved the outdoor garden and lounge area - the grounds were very well kept and just so beautiful.  

The gym gets very busy, so get there early. We got to an empty gym by 6:30am, and it was completely full by 7:30.  Be ready to wait for the free weights.

Hotel hair dryer was pretty sad - I recommend you bring your own. Beautiful Bvlgari bath amenities made up for it though!

The best part about this property is their car service. You have to wait a few minutes, but they will take you anywhere within a few mile radius of the hotel. After 3pm, you can request their Rolls Royce Ghost, which was a super treat for all of us!

For the morning of our departure, we requested a car service to take us to the airport. We walked out of the hotel at 5:30am, and there was no car. After inquiring with the front desk, it turned out they had the wrong date. Fortunately, there was a taxi nearby, and it wasn't a complete disaster.

20/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
217. Vadim d.
The bar at this classy spot is top notch.  It's a great place for a meeting or a drink with clients, etc.  It's way too formal for an everyday place, but perfect for business.  The drinks and the food isn't cheap, but  that's expected.  The service is as good as it gets!

27/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
218. Gene D.
Over many years that I've stayed here, dined here, celebrated here and recently hung out here to reminisce with friends, this venue  just keeps getting better and better.

If there were a way to live here, I would! The scene, location and service is outstanding.

07/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
219. Danny H.
You're the light, you're the night
You're the color of my blood
You're the cure, you're the pain
You're the only thing I wanna touch at...FOUR SEASONS BEVERLY HILLS! - Ellie Goulding (love me like you do)

I would like to thank Four Seasons Beverly Hills for giving us a very memorable Valentine's Day that we'll never forget. I spent so much time planning for this year's Valentine's Day for my love that I wanted everything to turn out amazing and perfect. I found a hotel known for its utmost high customer service satisfaction + a full service spa + an amazing Sunday brunch. The foundation was set -- and the rest was up to me. I brought candle tea lights, two dozen roses, chocolate dipped strawberries, a dozen salted caramel macarons, and champagne to the hotel in the morning and gave it to the concierge to set up in our suite when we were out to dinner. He set up the candles all throughout the room, put the champagne in a huge ice cooler along with the strawberries and macarons -- and when my gummy bear opened up the room, she couldn't believe it...it was literally like the scene in Friends with all the candles with Monica and Chandler LOL!

The room was amazing - we had a wraparound balcony to see LA - the lady who checked us in was very sweet and the concierge person that helped me set things up was so wonderful -- thanks friend! I forgot to mention it's proximity to all the nice restaurants in Beverly Hills and Rodeo Drive; I've never been so blown away by a hotel's customer service and dedication to satisfaction!!

It was worth all the effort at the end -- seeing her smile gives me this happiness that nothing else compares to :)

21/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
220. Nathan T.
Great Happy Hour Menu at the bar!

09/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
221. Maria B.
a little bit expensive but what an amazing hotel !!!

17/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
222. Melanie D.
This review is for a visit only, not for an overnight stay.
I have been here several times, mainly to go to their signature restaurant. This hotel is very elegant yet understated. It is not of grand size, but it is classy and beautiful.  The staff is very friendly and professional.

tip -I highly recommend having dinner at their modern Italian restaurant, Culina. It's pricey but delicious!

12/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
223. Valentina L.
TOP of the TOPS! Great valet service! Great LOUNGE (saw BILL DUKE there!) I can only imagine how many more celeb figures I was sitting amongst! I had a business meeting, so I was mainly concerned with my fellow peers, but the wait staff were superior, friendly, warm and attentive- which is always nice. Drinks were surprisingly very reasonably priced. I believe I had Proseco at $9 per glass...not bad at all, and delicious and smooth. The complimentary snacks to munch on kept the drinks rolling...good move! ;)

The festive decor right now, is just beautiful and will surely put you in the mood!

16/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
224. Sandy C.
I love the Four Seasons Hotel, it is such a beautiful hotel. I came here on 2 different occasions Toys for Tots & Work Holiday Brunch. Each time the service at the hotel was exceptional, staff is friendly and attentive.
This hotel is owned by the Cohen family and they take pride in the hotel. Mr. Cohen usually walks around the property checking on guest and asking if they need anything. So cute!!
The rooms here are also beautiful, luxury all the way. Great views of Los Angeles, on a clear day you can see all the way to dtla. Definitely a hotel to stay at when visiting LA or just for a staycation.
Brunch is great here too, so much food. Oh and they have a freaking Bloody Mary station!!!
Happy Holidays!!

09/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
225. Pat C.
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our wedding held here in '13, and are very certain that so did all our guests.

Man, Where do I even start....the kitchen for example ;

Following our event here my wife and I visited Thomas Keller's FL, Bestia, Ink of LA, Gramercy Tavern, and other, highly touted establishments, yet I would not put any of those culinary experiences above the exquisite, sublime flavors produced by this hotel's kitchen on our wedding day : The menu tasting prior to the event is arguably the most tastiest, hands down best meal(s) I had in 2013.

A classically handsome, understated hotel w/ the very best concierge / staff + world class kitchen.  Just a beautiful, wonderful place to have a wedding.
FYI, @ your 1 yr anniversary they comp you for a night stay for having your wedding here.

O, did I mention that we ran into Zoe Saldana and Mr. World peace???  : )

30/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
226. Stefanie G.
Walking into this hotel made me feel like Michael Caine & Steve Martin in one of the scenes from Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.....elegant, royal, and like a gentleman in waiting.

I walked to the right and sat on the patio on a warm spring night, waiting for the live band to start. I was expecting Jazz, but it turned out to be a cover band. After 20 minutes, they finally started playing Santana and then things got interesting.

The crowd that hangs out here on Friday night is made up of tourists, rich Middle Easterners, young Kylie Jenner teens, and women wearing too much makeup.

I ordered the sashimi platter, which featured thin and delicious fish with the perfect amount of seaweed salad.

I also ordered the "young hollywood" salad that came with pistachios, pumpkin seeds, goji berries, blueberries, dark kale, and added chicken. The salad lived up to its trendy name. Delicious!

I would certainly come back with a good group of people and hang out in the cabana until the late hours of the weekend.

15/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
227. Joseph D.
What an incredible buffet on Sundays or the holidays.....
Really the best in LA without a doubt.
Just save your money to pay the bill!

29/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
228. Kristina R.
Leo the valet, Blanca in housekeeping, and Kisha at the front desk are people who deserve to be recognized for their "above and beyond" efforts in their jobs.  Having worked in the hospitality industry in my youth, I have a very real appreciation for the staff of any hotel, big or small.  Whenever I walk into a building and immediately feel at ease, calm, welcome, relaxed and excited to be there, I know there are people working hard to make it that effortless.  This is one of those hotels that makes you feel valued, no matter what your socio-economic status or wardrobe choices.  

We arrived on a weekday and were upgraded to a deluxe suite, although it was quickly noted by my husband that the other side of the building had the coveted views, and our view was not as impressive.  The upgrade was the trade off for the better side of the building, and we accepted it.  Second balcony, yes please!

The suites are smallish, but considerably larger than a regular room and just cozy enough to make it comfortable for a family of four.  After doing a very close inspection of all mattresses and linens, I saw the normal wear and tear of a seasoned hotel, complete with slight stains on the bed ruffle and barely visible frays on the sofa bed.  But really, I never expect a room to be perfectly spotless.  It's just not a reasonable expectation of any hotel.  

When I made the reservation on the phone, I had told the reservationist that I was well aware of the hotel's child-friendly reputation and was looking forward to the stay for that reason.  She sounded pleased, and asked me several questions about my kids, including what their names were and what foods they liked and disliked.  It was all very thoughtful and comforting, and I was glad to not have to worry about being "that" family with kids at the hotel.  It was obvious they welcomed children and made accommodations for them.

Once at the hotel, however, there was no sign of kid-friendly amenities in the room.  Unlike their other hotels, which offered bubble baths, robes, slippers, and cookies and milk, there was nothing in the room at all for the kids.  Once we called down to the front desk, we realized it was a simple mistake which was quickly remedied within hours.  Kid robes and slippers were well received by the children, who immediately tried stuffing them into their suitcases.

The hotel is not inexpensive, but for us, it was well worth the price.  As a bonus, we also managed to score a "buy two nights, get one free" deal, which made the bill easier to pay.  The amenities were all terrific, but the kids were partial to the salt water pool and lounging in the lovely Los Angeles weather while sipping chilled strawberry water and nibbling on fresh fruit.  

In addition to the hotel restaurant, which had a "make your own smoothie" option and delicious egg dishes for breakfast, everyone had room service withdrawal once we realized no one would be delivering food to our house that wasn't flat, round, and covered in greasy pepperoni.  We've been spoiled rotten by Los Angeles Four Seasons.  

Oh, and back to Leo the valet, Blanca in housekeeping, and Kisha at the front desk.  Here's what made them stand out to me.  When Leo opened the door for me, he always wished me a good day with the most genuine smile.  Blanca greeted the kids in the hotel room by saying, "Hello, handsome boy."  And Kisha, upon realizing my youngest had just had a birthday, sent up the most beautiful chocolate cake with "Happy Belated Birthday" on it.  To her credit, she also sent up a cake for my other son which read, "Happy Early Birthday."  It absolutely made their trip.  Kisha's quick thinking also saved us from a chocolate cake armageddon between the kids.  1 cake + 2 kids = NO BUENO.

And now my son's are in love with Kisha.   We must return, lest their hearts be broken forever.  DARN.

11/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0