Visited LA in October 2016 to attend Discover Diners Global Forum. This was hosted at Four Seasons Beverly Hills .
Amazing hotel. Steeped in Hollywood history, Superb rooms with lot of natural light. Private step out balconies with nice views of the pool and gardens .
Marilyn Monrow greets you at the portico with the " Seven year itch " look . Must have photo opportunity .
Friendly staff , so hospitable and super knowledgeable concierge - made it so easy to pack so many sights over the two days .
During my staty , delighted to bump into Robert Cohen ( he introduced himself as RC ) in the elevator. He built this hotel with this brother Stephen Cohen . He still stays in an apartment on the top floor of the hotel. He spent time chatting with me and a colleague.Humbled to see a person so down to earth.
Robert and his brother Joseph Cohen’s florist business flourished in the early 1980s. In 1987 they were given the opportunity to purchase the entire block on Third and Doheny Boulevard. This was the place where one of their flower shops was located. They partnered with Four Seasons to build and manage the hotel, and today it is an important icon in Los Angeles.More
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