Travel Noire has the exclusive first look at the Four Seasons Private Residences in Los Angeles, CA, which is sure to disrupt the travel industry.

Many hotel brands have been entering the residential market. Since Airbnb and Vrbo have been providing various experiences regarding stays, the hotel business has declined. However, the Four Seasons still remains at the top of every luxury traveler’s list. The Four Seasons has opened its first North American residential project, The Four Seasons Private Residences in Los Angeles.

What Is The Four Seasons Private Residences?

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The Four Seasons Private Residences in Los Angeles is home to 59 luxury apartments. It even includes the extravagant top-floor penthouse: the One LA. All the residents will have the same access to services provided by the prestigious Four Seasons and a variety of amenities that you would find at their hotels. The price for the residences starts at $3 million and could go up to $8.5 million. The two-level penthouse One LA is one of the most expensive condos in Los Angeles, listed at $75 million.


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Celebrity designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard is responsible for the interiors of the model residence and the common spaces within the building. His inspiration for furniture comes from designers of the 1950s and 1960s. They added a level of sophistication that compliments the building’s luxury mid-century look. Bullard mixes the modern California lifestyle with inspiration from Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro.

With most residences as large as 2,400 square feet, every residence within the Four Seasons represents Los Angeles’s posh lifestyle within its most desired neighborhood. These residences also give integrated appliances by Gaggenau, built-in cabinetry and top-of-the-line gourmet kitchens. The bathrooms feel like an escape as they’re designed with premium fixtures and the best materials. It makes you feel like you’re in a luxury spa. The main bathrooms have deep soaking tubs, marble vanities and showers lined with glass walls.


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The Four Seasons Private Residences will feature the same services and experiences as the Four Seasons hotels. Owners will have access to many amenities. Their amenities will include their Harley Pasternak-designed fitness and wellness center, private training rooms and a HydroMassage recovery room. The residences also feature an outdoor zen space and a pool on the terrace.

What good are the rooms without the professionals to work in them? Residents also will have access to personal training services, yoga instructors, celebrity chefs and professional photographers.

They will have access to a tiled saltwater pool. There’s a pool surrounded by chic furniture and private cabanas with mini fans. There’s a private IMAX movie theater with a 17-foot screen that accommodates 18 people. For those who seek more relaxation and vibes, there’s a lounge with a shared kitchen area, library and valet parking.

One LA

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It features a new penthouse/condo called the One LA. The Four Seasons Private Residences penthouse. Sitting on the top two floors of the edifice is one of L.A.’s most expensive penthouses at $75 million. With nearly 13,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space, there was nothing left behind in its design. Inspired by the California Case Study Houses of the ‘50s and ‘60s, this penthouse represents California luxury living. One LA is very modern, with 360-degree views and glass walls. Natural light shines through the living area giving new meaning to the term open-concept as you host friends and family within the living and dining rooms, customize the penthouse or develop a master suite with a view of the Los Angeles skyline.