Since opening in 1928, Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel) has occupied an essential role in Hollywood’s social history. Then the tallest building in Los Angeles, our nine-storey hotel built of Tuscan stone and Carrara marble was an instant hit with the roaring '20s set. Over the years, our lobbies and lounges have left a lasting imprint on popular culture, from the Copa nightclub of the 1940s to Entourage filmings today. And while we’ve invested millions to modernize our interiors, certain details remain. Wrought-iron entrance gates, a cobblestone carriageway and canary yellow window awnings endure as icons, inseparable from Hollywood itself.