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Four Seasons Westlake creates dreamy diversions for lovers on Valentine’s Day

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Looking for a romantic getaway close to home for Valentine’s Day? Consider a short drive (perhaps a limo ride) to the Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village. The hotel is oozing with amorous options such as:

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  • The Romance Package—a weekend ensconced in a luxurious room with a box of house-made chocolate truffles, a bottle of wine upon arrival and a $150 dining credit per night (good for breakfast in bed, fireside cocktails at The Lookout outdoor lounge, or in a cozy dinner for two in the Lobby Lounge or ONYX. Rates start at $494/ night for Valentine’s Day weekend.
  • Valentine's Day Dining--On Friday, February 14, 2014, Executive Chef Alexander La Motte will present a three-course “His and Her” sweetheart dinner ($95 per person) with optional wine pairings and live singer in the Lobby Lounge. Guests can also choose to dine in the modern Japanese restaurant ONYX, where Chef Masa Shimakawa will prepare a special four-course menu ($75 per person) in addition to signature selections available a la carte.
  • Cooking Class: Learn to prepare meals together in the Wellness Kitchen with a special cooking class and dinner from 6 p.m. to 8:30 pm in a session led by the Registered Dietitian-Chef at California Health & Longevity Institute. Guests will receive a first-hand lesson in creating nutritious, heart healthy recipes. The Institute’s resident “Love Doctor” Ilana Kukoff will be on-site during the evening providing relationship advice.
  • Couple's Massage in Private Spa Suite-- complimentary use of our Spa facilities snuggled up in a cozy day-bed in the tranquility lounge or by the Serenity Pool, strolling through the Pagoda Garden. For an even more intimate experience, book one of the luxurious Spa Suites, with massage tables for couples’ treatments, oversized Jacuzzi, fireplace, day-bed, Swiss shower and outdoor whirlpool with private patio.

For dining and room reservations and more information call (818) 575-3000 or visit



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