This Secret Rosé Garden Overlooking Rodeo Drive Will Be the L.A. Rooftop of the Summer
Enter through a pink passageway hidden behind a guestroom door, and you’ll find yourself facing a rose-covered wall and stepping onto a grassy rooftop. On one side of the floral wall is a full-size badminton court, and on the other, a suspended floral installation floats above marble tables and woven bistro chairs.
The Secret Rosè Garden on the famed Rodeo Terrace of the Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, will debut on June 23 and continue through mid-September.
Rosè every way — sparkling, still, frosè, and in cocktails — will be the star, with a supporting cast of caviar, oysters, finger sandwiches, and more, along with desserts by pastry chef Chris Ford. Caramelized rosè with violet-salted caramel, mascarpone mousse, passion fruit, and chocolate rose petals, and the rosè sundae with rosè sherbet, Tahitian vanilla bean kisses, and raspberry rosè gummies are examples of Ford’s creative confections.
The summertime pop-up was inspired by the hotel’s beloved 1960s and ‘70s Garden Lounge, and Acacia wood lounge furniture and views of Rodeo Drive create a lively, retro atmosphere.
Hotel guests and visitors are invited to enjoy warm, breezy evenings in this elegant setting from 3 to 9 p.m. daily.