Last-Minute Labor Day Getaways With Four Seasons

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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has highlighted several standout experiences and packages available for Labor Day (September 3). From a Secret Rosé Garden at the Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills to made-to-order journeys with NetJets, travelers can close out the summer in luxury with Four Seasons.

Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel

Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel launched a Secret Rosé Garden on its rooftop terrace in celebration of its 90th anniversary. Inspired by the hotel’s rooftop Garden Lounge from the 1960s and 70s, the summertime pop-up offers light bites, an extensive variety of rosés, and rooftop bocce and badminton on the Rodeo Terrace.

Hidden behind the door for room 211, guests are welcomed through a pink passageway before entering the 6,000-square-foot garden gambrel. Floral installations from famous floral designer Eric Buterbaugh adorn the space, including a 55-foot floral wall.

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The Secret Rosé Garden at Beverly Wilshire serves rosé every way: both still and sparkling, by the bottle, glass and flight, as rosé-inspired cocktails, and in the form of frosé. A light menu has been curated by executive chef Samir Roonwal and includes items such as caviar, oysters, black truffle and comté fritters and finger sandwiches. A dessert menu by celebrity pastry chef Chris Ford offers rosé-inspired confections, such as the caramelized rose with violet-salted caramel, mascarpone mousse, passion fruit and chocolate rose petals, or the rosé sundae with rosé sherbet, Tahitian vanilla bean meringue kisses, almond marshmallows, raspberry rosé gummies, finished with 23-karat gold in a sparkling rosé float.

The Secret Rosé Garden is open daily to both locals and hotel guests from 3:00 to 10:00 pm through the end of September. Select seating is available on a first come, first serve basis. Reserved seating is available for a maximum of two hours.

Flying With NetJets

Four Seasons and NetJets are launching three new made-to-order packages that take travelers to Anguilla, Orlando, or the Bahamas. All three new packages include air transportation with NetJets, offering access from 5,000 airports in 170 countries around the globe and accommodations from Four Seasons. 

Guests have access to a dedicated concierge who will work with each guest to customize their itinerary into a unique experience. For example, on the new trip to Anguilla, guests can go horseback riding on a deserted beach, explore the island on 4x4 off-roading ATV ride, enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch on a private island, and more.

Four Seasons Resort Whistler

Four Seasons Resort Whistler’s Patio Camper is serving up craft beers, sangria and local ciders for the remainder of the summer in the Resort’s outdoor courtyard. Handcrafted in Vancouver suburb Port Moody in 1965, the retro camper showcases the flavors of British Columbia. 

From Vancouver to the Okanagan Valley, the Patio Camper offers a local taste of summer thanks to Red Truck Beer’s blackberry bourbon ale, West Coast Cider’s Sunset and Sunrise ciders and sangria in hues of red, white and pink made with wines from Penticton’s Pentage Winery. The Patio Camper is as open daily from 1:00 to 7:00 pm.

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