The Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills has launched a vegan wellness package that includes a stay in a designated wellness room, organic juices, helipad yoga sessions, a group meditation class, a massage using only plant-based products, an herbal sleep kit, and dark chocolate truffles created by plant-based celebrity chef Matthew Kenney. Wellness rooms at the Four Seasons’ property are carpet-free and include an air purification system, water dechlorination system, and mood lighting. For dining, guests can enjoy the luxury hotel’s plant-based menu—also designed by Kenney—which features avocado gazpacho, blistered shishito peppers, a roasted vegetable quinoa bowl with green tahini sauce, avocado toast with smoked tempeh, green herb tacos with housemade corn tortillas, kelp noodle pasta with pesto and crispy black olives, hibiscus strawberry cheesecake, and coconut cream pie with a macadamia nut crust. All vegan menu items can also be ordered via room service. “In a marketplace full of health and wellness options, this package has been specifically designed to cut through the noise and offer the type of meaningful amenities that will resonate with our guests,” says General Manager Michael Newcombe. The vegan wellness package, called Bonne Vie, starts at $1,110 for a two-night stay. The Four Seasons is consistently named the top luxury hotel brand in the world and is actively adding health and wellness experiences at many of its properties.