Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Westlake Village
What We Love
- The proximity to buzzy L.A. and the beaches of Malibu
- The 40,000 square foot spa is considered one of California’s best
- Family-friendly activities and adults only spaces cater to all types of travelers
- On-trend offerings like “Farmer’s Market Breakfasts” using local vendors
What To Know
- WiFi is free
- Pets are allowed, with a fee and deposit
- The resort is situated nine miles inland from the ocean
- While the location is within Los Angeles County, those wanting easy access to the city might want to choose somewhere more central
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Close to both the buzz of L.A. and the splendor of the Pacific Ocean, this 275-room hotel in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains offers a sense of seclusion while still being within a 25-minute drive of Malibu. Everything is designed to soothe, from the elegant mahogany furnishings and floral artworks to the lovely gardens, complete with waterfalls. Many guests come with a self-improving mission and take full advantage of the property’s acclaimed spa and the adjoining California Health & Longevity Institute.
In the Area
It may still be in the shadow of California’s more feted wine regions, but the wineries of Malibu are starting to make a name for themselves: sample some locals drops at Malibu Family Wines, a joint venture between the Semler and DeJoria families, making wine under the Semler and Saddlerock labels. While in the area, nosh on delicious pulled pork sandwiches and just-picked salads at Malibu Kitchen, part of the Malibu Country Mart. Afterwards, get in some cardio on a hike through the Hollywood Hills on the Hollyridge Trail, where you can fill your Instagram feed with artsy shots of the famous Hollywood sign atop Mount Lee.
How to Get There
We had to stay because we had some issues at our home. We live local. They sent up an ice cream Sunday for our 4 year old, a tiny robe for him and also a special stuffed animal!! How thoughtful seriously. Thanks guys. Wonderful service.
Poor service - you are treated like a criminal if you get up from the table to use the bathroom even if you have left your credit card sitting on top of the bill while your drink pushing tip hungry millennial waitress chats with the bar tender instead of paying attention to the fact you are sitting there with your credit card waiting to pay. Heaven forbid we interrupt the rude millennials conversation- won’t waste my money at this overpriced and over rated spot again. There are not even decent menu choices. Over all the Four Seasons Westlake appears to be a struggling dump based upon all the restaurant closures, overpriced drinks, pushy millennial waitresses, (the guys are actually very nice and polite) - waitress did not even offer to bring me a glass of water. One of the rudest people out “serving” I have ever encountered. Good Luck ! I won’t waste my money here again.
Love the Four Seasons overall experience! but this property is lacking in updates and things to do. Great staff though. I would stay here again because it is near my daughters college and they are extremely kind to Pepperdine families.
I was impressed by the attentiveness of the front desk staff. Champagne at check-in was a pleasant surprise. The room was cleaned at least twice a day with linen removed, room straightened, and even my power cords neatly wrapped up for me. The front doors were always attended and opened for us by the valet staff. The whole staff was very personable. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THE WESTLAKE VILLAGE FOUR SEASONS LUXURY HOTEL!!!
My husband and I wanted to have a weekend together to relax before baby arrived in two weeks. Beds were so comfortable. I had extra pillows brought up and room is so quiet. Spent time at the pool/spa and had a prenatal massage which was amazing. We had the most relaxing time and didn’t be even need to leave the hotel because we ate all
Meals there. Always a perfect stay at the four season!!