Beverly Wilshire Hotel celebrates 50 years of Four Seasons by pampering their guests


The iconic Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, which witnessed the timeless love story of the Pretty Woman, turns 50. The Beverly Wilshire Hotel is now celebrating the milestone with all its patrons staying in the hotel with a drool worthy menu for the next 50 days. Starting with the Dine category, a $1,961 package comes with a special cocktail and a gift from the Mikimoto boutique, which is attached to the hotel. To elaborate, the exotic, lychee-infused drink is served in a shimmering Swarovski glass and comes with an Akoya cultured pearl bracelet.


The Relax menu offers a relaxing day at the spa for two. Priced at $1,961, the year of the hotel’s inception, The Spa at the Beverly Wilshire gives the guests a change to try a Kate Somerville Signature Facial, a 90-minute Balinese Massage, and a Shellac Manicure & Pedicure.
The highlight however is the Stay menu. Four guests will get to stay at the freshly renovated penthouse Presidential Suite and can go sightseeing in the city in a stylish vintage 1961 Rolls-Royce convertible. The evening will see a private en-suite dinner by CUT’s Chef de Cuisine. For a toast of a lifetime, guests will be treated with Sommelier Dana Farner, who is at the forefront of extensive Bordeaux tasting. This stay package for four will cost $50,000 and is open to guests till December 30, 2011. So you will have to move elsewhere to ring in the New Year!
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