The tranquil pool deck at Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills
The latest news from L.A.’s finest luxury hotels will have you dreaming of staycations galore.
Stalwart properties around town are rolling out a series of exciting experiences and renovations this fall. First up, Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is offering the Doheny Suite Experience (from $2,250 per night), with perks including planeside domestic pickup, monogrammed slippers and butler service. Farther west, The Peninsula has partnered with Rolls-Royce to allow guests staying two or more nights to enjoy a one-day coastal drive in a 2019 Cullinan SUV (from $8,600 for one car) followed by a vino-infused lunch at Tolosa Winery. Guests will then transfer to San Luis Obispo airport before jetting back to Beverly Hills on a private plane. Meanwhile, Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills has introduced the La Prairie Day Escape package (from $1,775 for four people, featuring Signature La Prairie facials or Swedish massages, cabana and pool access, fresh fruit and Champagne, and more. In WeHo, the La Peer Hotel (from $450 per night) is debuting a new rooftop music series with Aaron Colbert Entertainment, which includes cabaret seating and an intimate concert each Wednesday, as well as DJ-enhanced swim days. Dream Hollywood (from $275 per night) is partnering with Gunnar Peterson on a lean-protein menu, a seven-minute workout turndown amenity, and in-room reiki and body wraps. Finally, in anticipation of its 10th anniversary in 2020, The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles (from $429 per night) has just completed a major renovation throughout by L.A.-based Rottet Studio. Guest rooms are reimagined with art deco motifs, a mirrored glass headboard, and gold and bronze accents. Sounds glam!
The Highlight Room Grill at Dream Hollywood
One of La Peer Hotel’s beautifully designed rooms
The entrance to the serene La Prairie Spa at Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
Photography by: B. DAVID LEVINE; BRANDS; LAURE JOLIET