Own a Piece of the First Edible Four Seasons Hotel
Reserve a room or by a gingerbread mansion at the chocolate Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills for charity.
The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills’ lobby is fully decked out in its fine holiday regalia, and one of the main fixtures this year is a chocolate replica of the hotel. The hotel partnered with Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles star Josh Flagg for the endeavor.
This is the first-ever attempt to capture the luxury property in dark and white chocolate, and was taken on by the hotel’s executive pastry chef Federico Fernandez over the course of several weeks. The entire 200-room hotel and neighboring gingerbread mansions will be sold to raise funds for Toys for Tots, non-profit organization run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve that distributes toys to needy children.
You can get in on the action by reserving a room for $550. That will earn your name on a candy flag that will be placed on the outside of one of the hotel room’s balconies. If you prefer something larger, you can lock in one of the neighboring gingerbread mansions for $5,000. All donations are tax deductible.
You can check out the real-estate in the hotel’s lobby through Jan. 1, 2016. Houses and rooms will only be available for charitable purchase and naming rights through Dec. 24—just contact the front desk manager if you’re interested.
300 S. Doheny Dr., L.A., 310.786.2220. fourseasons.com