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Saudi Prince Continues Luxury Tour of US, Books Entire Four Seasons Los Angeles

April 03, 2018
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Saudi Prince Continues Luxury Tour of US, Books Entire Four Seasons Los Angeles
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Saudi Arabian Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his entourage are currently in the United States, and they aren't exactly roughing it during their three-week long tour.

Last week, the prince and his crew took over the Plaza Hotel in New York City. Now, they're setting their sites on the West Coast. This trip marks Salman's first visit to LA, and he booked the entire capacity of the Four Seasons Los Angeles for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. This Four Seasons location, (not to be confused with the Beverly Wilshire, another Four Seasons hotel in LA), is housed in a 16-story building with 285 units. Of those units, 185 are guest rooms and 100 are luxury suites. The Presidential Suite alone can go for more than $10,000 a night.

Reports claim that the prince's security team has been at the hotel all week preparing for his arrival. Salman's visit comes after his country confirmed that they would be lifting a 35-year ban on public cinemas. The country's General Entertainment Authority will be holding an entertainment summit at the Four Seasons with the goal of discussing Saudi Arabia's entertainment industry.

H/T: The Hollywood Reporter

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