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Culina Set To Debut Inside Revamped Four Seasons BH

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After a $33 million dollar renovation, the once antiquated interior design inside the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills has been spruced up to a more modern aesthetic by Santa Barbara-based SFA Design. The overall design scheme was inspired by 1940s old Hollywood glamour and is reflected in the newly updated Windows Lounge (pictured above), Cabana Restaurant, the hotel pool, guest rooms/suites, and lastly, the Four Seasons' new signature modern Italian restaurant Culina which is slated to open early March. "The updated Window Lounge incorporates elements of nature throughout...the lounge's new features include a backlit photographic glass bar top that exhibits an image of foliage, and a green onyx fireplace graces the center of the lounge and wooden wine cabinets" in addition to a new small plate menu.

"At the Cabana Restaurant and upper pool terrace, a new awning covers the seating with discreet heaters fixed into the awning [in addition to] a new menu divided into playful categories such as 'Indulgence,' 'Energy Booster,' 'Antioxidant,' 'Comfort,' and 'Kid’s Corner.'" [Contact]

Four Seasons

300 S. Doheny Drive, Los Angeles, California, 90048

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