A landmark since opening in 1928, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel combines history and glamour in the heart of Beverly Hills, California – just steps from Rodeo Drive shopping and dining.

For decades Beverly Wilshire has been a preferred address for Hollywood celebrities and the international elite – from Elvis Presley, John Lennon and Warren Beatty to the Aga Khan, Dalai Lama and the British royal family.

The Beverly Wilshire was the primary filming location for the 1990 movie Pretty Woman.

ACCOMMODATION

At Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel), 395 luxury guest rooms, including 137 suites, are located in two buildings: the 10-storey Wilshire Wing overlooking the fashionable corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Rodeo Drive, and the 14-storey Beverly Wing overlooking the lush residential area of Beverly Hills.

The two side-by-side buildings are connected by a beautiful porte-cochère, featuring a majestic gate inspired by Buckingham Palace, gas lamps from Edinburgh, an original El Camino Real bell marker, and a cobblestone driveway with stone imported from Italy.

Both wings feature similar interior design – combining contemporary décor with soft cream tones to create light, airy elegance.

DINING

Some of LA’s most sought-after fine dining is located right inside the Hotel. Visit the flagship location of Michelin-starred CUT by Wolfgang Puck for a contemporary twist on the American steakhouse, CUT Lounge for innovative cocktails, THE Blvd restaurant for all-day dining overlooking Rodeo Drive and The Pool Bar & Café for refreshing cocktails and bites al fresco.

WELLNESS & SPA

Recently awarded the prestigious and highly coveted Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award, The Spa at Beverly Wilshire is an oasis of beauty and serenity in the heart of Beverly Hills, delivering a sensory journey that calms and revitalizes the mind, body and spirit.

Spa experiences are entirely customizable with options ranging from a stress relieving massage with warm basalt stones and handmade Birchwood sticks to a signature anti-ageing treatment using microcurrents and light therapy.

The Spa at Beverly Wilshire uses exclusive products and therapies from Elemis, an award winning, London-based line, the eco-conscious skincare line Évolué as well as Natura Bisse, the brand behind our exclusive Beverly Wilshire Diamond Collection treatments.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA

Envy is an ugly thing, New York. While your denizens spend their time sniffling and throwing shade in the snow, Angelenos are busy riding waves, tying up their hiking boots and counting their copious blessings. Think about it: in how many megalopolises can you gallop across rugged mountains just nine miles from City Hall? Despite its heaving head count, LA is a city indelibly tied to mighty Mother Nature. Here, dense, vibrant neighborhoods back onto golden beaches, city streets lead up to flower-carpeted hillsides, and huge, deep-blue skies are an IMAX screen for lingering sunsets made to pierce your heart. 

Creative Overload

Dreams are serious business in La La Land. Home to Hollywood, this is a city where fantastical thoughts are encouraged; a place gleefully wrapped in endless layers of modern legend and mythology. Every year countless small-town dreamers pour onto its streets, itching to share their tales with LA and the world – on screen and stage, in lyrics, or on the whitewashed walls of galleries. The end result is an electrifying whirlpool of creativity: edgy art spaces, cult-status rock venues, acclaimed concert halls and thought-provoking stages, all fueling a city addicted to the weird, the wonderful and the downright scandalous.

Architectural Riches

LA’s obsession with creative expression extends to its stucco and mortar. After all, this is where movie palaces look like Chinese temples and ancient Egyptian tombs, where concerts halls twist and curve like steely cartoon characters, and where soda bottling plants look like landlocked ocean liners. Indeed, LA celebrates architectural diversity with astounding gusto. From storybook Hollywood abodes and Silver Lake modernist prototypes, to downtown theaters channeling the Palace of Versailles, no other American city delivers such a thrilling mash-up of architectural styles, statements and role models…often on the very same palm-studded street.

Food & Drink

So which really has the better food scene: LA or SF? While the latter may claim more Michelin stars, LA packs one heck of a culinary punch. It’s here that you’ll find California’s best tacos, the country’s most authentic Korean and one of the nation’s biggest concentrations of vegan restaurants. And when it comes to imbibing, SF best take a cable car home. From dirty martinis in a basement power station, to craft brews in a steampunk bowling alley, LA has a knack for turning humble drinking sessions into otherworldly adventures worthy of a toast or three.


CALIFORNIA, USA

Don’t be fooled by its perpetually fresh outlook and adventurous attitude: California is older than it seems. Coastal bluffs and snowy peaks were created over millennia of tectonic upheavals that threatened to shake California right off the continent. After 19th-century mining, logging and oil-drilling threatened the state’s natural splendors, California’s pioneering environmentalists rescued old-growth trees, reclaimed rivers and cleaned the beaches. Thanks to the leadership of Californian conservationist John Muir and his Sierra Club, California’s national and state parks continue to astound visitors today. 

Fabulous Food & Drink

Without California, America’s menu would be drab and predictable: the Golden State produces most of the country’s fresh produce and kicks off nationwide food trends. Every time they sit down to eat, Californians take a stand on food issues: would you like that salad certified organic or spray-free, your toast with farm-to-table jam or urban-beehive honey, and your burger vegan or with humanely raised grass-fed meat? No matter what you order, it’s bound to be local and creative – and it had better be good. For a chaser, California produces over 90% of the nation’s wine-making grapes, and has twice as many breweries as any other state. 

From Hollywood to Silicon Valley

Through booms and busts, California has gotten by on its wits and charm. Hollywood still makes most of the world’s movies and TV shows, and launches new talents nightly on stages statewide. But California dreams don’t begin with moguls in office towers – they’re invented by California’s artists, adventurers and resident weirdos in their own backyards. Wild schemes that started at psychedelic music festivals and in San Jose garages have gone mainstream – perhaps you’ve heard of smartphones, streaming video and Burning Man? – but there are plenty of outlandish ideas here still awaiting discovery. Hang out at California galleries, cafes, bars and festivals, and you may actually see the future coming.

City Lights

California’s cities hit maximum dazzle as the sun sets over the Pacific, and lights twinkle across golden hillsides. Lamps illuminate San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, the Hollywood sign glows bright as the moon over LA, and Bay Bridge lights welcome San Francisco arrivals with a wink and a shimmy. Consider this your invitation to come out and play, and join the crowds at LA’s star-studded nightclubs and movie palaces, San Francisco’s historic LGBT hot spots, Santa Barbara’s swanky beach bars and San Diego’s booming brewpubs. Tomorrow there will be neighborhoods, beaches, spas and boutiques to explore – but tonight is a night on the town like no other.

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