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Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills Debuts An Entire Floor Dedicated to Wellness

The new wellness floor features 14 specially designed Well Rooms and Suites, a Private Fitness Suite, a Well Office, and a lobby-level Wellness Meeting Room.

Committed to promoting wellbeing, Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills has transformed its fourth floor into a wellness oasis for health-focused guests. It features 10 Wellness Rooms, one Wellness Studio Suite, three Wellness Suites, one Private Fitness Suite, and one Well Office. Located on the same floor is the spa; Cabana restaurant, which offers plant-based options; an expansive pool deck; and the main fitness center. Beyond the fourth floor, the hotel has converted one of its traditional lobby-level meeting and event spaces into an innovative, wellness-focused event space.

“Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is proud to be a leader in health and wellness for the hospitality industry,” says general manager Michael Newcombe. “It is important for our property to continue to create innovative, wellness-based initiatives across each aspect of the guest experience, allowing guests to sustainably maintain their healthy lifestyles while traveling.”

The state-of-the-art wellness rooms feature a light and airy design. The come with Rabbit air purification systems, energizing light to help regulate circadian rhythm, water de-chlorination and purification systems, hypoallergenic wood floors, and sound machines. Other highlights include a host of wellness-oriented amenities, such as guided meditations narrated by Deepak Chopra, sulfate-free products by Lather, and in-room fitness and Alo Yoga equipment.

For those who want to work well, the Well Office is decked out with hypoallergenic wood floors and the Rabbit air purification system. It also comes with a Jarvis adjustable height conference table and Luna standing desk stools to allow for standing, sitting, and hybrid options. The office also features a Jarvis standing desk with a lamp. A large-screen TV is also available for presentations and video conferencing. Similar features are available in the lobby-level wellness event space.

Because fitness is such an important part of the equation, the wellness floor features the Private Fitness Suite, which launched in 2020. Guests can take advantage of a treadmill, a Hydrow rowing machine, a Peloton bike, in-room yoga equipment by Alo Yoga, a medicine ball and weights, and a Soul Cycle bike. The suite also comes complete with a host of luxurious amenities and a private bathroom and shower. The suite can be reserved for a two-hour time slot for up to three guests per party. Use is complimentary for those who have booked a Wellness Suite or Room and $75 for all other hotel guests.

Awarded the WELL Health-Safety Rating through the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), the hotel is focused on expanding its health and wellbeing strategies to create a wellness-focused journey across all aspects of the guest experience. The rating is based on an evidence-based, third-party verified system for new and existing buildings and spaces. It is focused on operational policies, maintenance protocols, and emergency plans to address a post-COVID-19 environment now and into the future.  

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Heather, co-founder of Well Defined and the former editor-in-chief of American Spa, is an award-winning journalist and content strategist, skilled in writing, copyediting, and media relations. She is also a freelance writer and has contributed to Elite Traveler, Islands, Kiwi, Luxury Travel Advisor, Organic Spa, Porthole Cruise, Travel Agent, abcnews.com, jetsetter.com, outside.com, and wellandgood.com, in addition to various custom publications. She is frequently called upon to comment on various spa and wellness trends for various media outlets.