Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village
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At the Chinese Theatre we had an amazing time looking at all the famous Hand and Foot prints. The busy part of the Boulevard really isn't very long and mainly filled with tacky run down gift shops, contrasting to what we had expected before we had arrived there. A walk back later we had seen most of the main area and chilled out enjoying the HD TV back at the travelodge before dozing off :)
Flying into the past means that I get here and it is still the same day. Late night it is, however. Even so, this airport (Los Angeles International, LAX) is clearly indifferent to that (time of the day). Taxis, hotel shuttles, buses etc buzzing all over. I feel this is more airport than JFK. You see the volumes and the traffic going in and out of the airport. ...
... Milano (Charmed, Melrose Place, Who's the Boss), Chris 'Ludacris' Brides (Rapper/Actor - 2 Fast 2 Furious, Fast 5, Fast 6) and musical guest Darius Rucker (gained fame with Hootie & the Blowfish). The taping flew past, Jimmy Kimmel even filmed an advert for An Oral-B electric toothbrush. It was funny when he was filming the ad for tonight's show he said his lines and then they filmed him saying about ten different ...
I Just got to home.I got home from my Grandams house.I had a really good lunch plus cake and I went and drove the boat with my grandma Gigi that ...
... with us). After the Farmers Market, Katie met a friend 'Shelby' who lives nearby in LA. From there Shelby took us on a hike along a nearby canyon, the views were lovely and the valley was beautiful. Later that day we caught the local bus (which has a funny tale to it, old homeless lady, who stank the bus out and we had to get off the bus due to the horrific smell, not before laughing at people's reactions sitting near her) to Santa Monica ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village
Life is full of sensuous pleasures, one of them being lunching with a friend(s) at least that ranks up there with me. In our sleepy town the talk was the new Four Seasons hotel and spa. The thousand oaks, Westlake area has grown in leaps and bounds over the last decade. The supply and demand of restaurants' and shops is increasing all the while a welcome breath of fresh air to our gas tanks. Getting out for a new experience use to mean a trip to the city, but now we are becoming a city unto itself with an abundance of pleasures for everyone.
Stayed here over the President's Day weekend using their Introductory Package, which includes one free night and $100 credit towards the adjacent California WellBeing Institute (more on this later).
I stayed here for fertility treatments at a nearby clinic. They had only recently opened and there were a few glitches that will probably be worked out soon like my television kept breaking and had to be reprogrammed 3 times in one evening - I was trying to relax so this was irritating. The room service food was REALLY pricey for the quality and the food was not represented well on the menu - i.e., I ordered a "traditional" NY cheesecake and got a little circle of something - did not look like the classic slice I was looking forward to but it was fine. I specifically ordered a meatless breakfast and asked for tomatoes with my eggs and I ended up with potatoes and bacon - very irritating as I arranged for the breakfast the night before to be delivered at 6am and I had to leave my room for my appointment by 7am so there was no time to wait for another meal - they did nothing in apology for that which I also found to be irritating. The bathtub is GORGEOUS - and really deep but alas, I couldn't use it the night before in vitro. There is a separate shower - the dumb part of the bathroom design is that the shower is clear so only Cindy Crawford could manage a sexy sillouette. The toilet door is frosted so you get to have a silouette with that but even Cindy Crawford can't pull that one off with grace - not for newlyweds basically. They should have frosted the shower and put a full solid door on the toilet. The bed linens and bed and pillows were beautiful and cotton and wonderfully clean and luxurious. The staff is inexperienced - the teenager who parked my car had likely never worked at a nice hotel but the staff all meant well except for a few silly people who thought working at a nice hotel meant they should act rudely. The front desk was professional for the most part. The spa was pretty and very clean but rather sparse. The treatments (I had 3 of them in one afternoon) were just okay - again, the staff here seemed inexperienced - my massage was not the quality I would have expected and funny note... one of the ladies had on white clogs - I loved that - they were spotless and I figured, spa issued. Then, I had a different woman for the next treatment and It was hard not to laugh while I stared at her feet for 45 minutes. She was lovely but her feet were horrific. Chipped nail polish, calloused, bunions... warts would have pulled it all together. I'm sorry but if your feet aren't pretty and you are giving someone a massage - wear clogs. Ask for their throwaway flip flops - the sandals the spa usually issues will give you horrible blisters if you walk more than 50 feet in them. The nuts in the spa were stale. I only went to the spa and stayed in my room - I took a cab to my procedure and left the car there to be picked up. The hotel looks like a business office on the outside but is pretty inside. The gardens are small and the views are of the freeway - which is adjacent to the hotel. Once the staff gets some experience, it will seem much more like a Four Seasons - now it seems like a hotel dressed like a Four Seasons but with a MOTEL staff. Don't come here to vacation in So Cal - there are better areas and hotels for the price you pay here (my favorite St. Regis Monarch Beach in Laguna Niguel ) - but great for those who need to stay in Westlake for business or medical reasons like myself.
We booked this hotel through our local travel agent which helped us secure our upgraded "premier" room for three nights past our original package that included the upgraded lodging. This review will be long but hopefully thorough enough to answer any questions.
Amongst the very best!
We are currently staying at the hotel and it is fantastic. Our deluxe room is exactly that and although the hotel is just off the freeway there is no traffic noise. The staff are exceptionally helpful.
The spa is a bonus.
We have stayed in many 4 Seasons and this ranks amongst the very best for luxury and service. If we were in the area again we would not even consider any other hotel
I just love Four Seasons.. They get it right again!!!!
Yes, this property is right off the freeway and across the street from an office park, but once you enter the hotel, you are transported to a veritable English country manor. The design is overall traditional, yet with touches of contemporary elements so you are aware you are not in an 1980's era Ritz-Carlton. Treat this stay as a quick local "getaway". DO take advantage of the spa treaments, eucalyptus steam room, and hydro-therapy jacuzzi. Luxuriate in the Relaxation room and quiet pool with cabanas. Meander through the beatiful meditation gardens with Chinese pagoda. On the hotel grounds, utilize the indoor pool looking out onto the impressive waterfall feature (a mini-Las Vegas Wynn construction), play billiards on old fashion tables in the Scottish-lite bar, and dine on an excellent breakfast buffet with the best prepared omelette I have eaten in a long time.
Four Seasons Westlake food prices are a total ripoff
I was w/a friend and we decided to check out the new Four Seasons Westlake Hotel. Although the hotel is new and nice, we were looking to eat something late at night. We ate at the lobby lounge and the menu was very limited. Mostly hard liquor and deserts, however of the few food selections, we each ordered bruschetta. The order came and consisted of 4 tiny bruschettas on 4 tiny miniscule separate cracker size bread. The cost was 12.00 each for this. The hotel has potential, but needs to expand their so called lobby lounge late night fare.Also, give people more for their 12.00. Not good.
Just stayed here. What a horrible experience. I've stayed at many Four Seasons hotels around the world... without exception, they've been great. This hotel, however, is dreadful.