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L.A.’s Four Seasons Gets a Facelift

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The Four Seasons Hotel, Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is almost finished with its $33 million renovation project.

As of now, the updates for the Ballroom, Windows Lounge, Cabana Restaurant, and pool are completed with room refurbishments wrapping up soon. A new restaurant, Culina, Modern Italian will debut in early March.

The renovations aim to combine the hotel’s signature floral motifs with a new sense of California cool–natural elements and hues, added privacy for events and celebrity guests, and a bit more whimsy. Take the redone Cabana Restaurant on the hotel’s fourth floor. The overhauled menu features categories like “Indulgence,” “Energy Booster,” “Antioxidant,” “Comfort,” and “Kid’s Corner.”

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As for the rooms, the updates will highlight the hotel’s history with a glamorous 1940’s vibe, tempered by pops of teal or coral.

All in all, this may just be the best cosmetic work to come out of La-La Land.

Charlotte Savino is the online listings editor for Travel + Leisure.

Photos courtesy of Four Seasons, Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

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