Escape to Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara with Helinet
November 12, 2019
Your exclusive getaway begins before you’ve even departed from LA. Within The Private Suite at Los Angeles International Airport, experience a fully private and personalized start to your trip, free of lines and crowds. While your dedicated Private Suite team handles all your travel and baggage needs, relax and indulge in a variety of customized VIP services and amenities, from in-suite meals to relaxing spa offerings. Here, you will be escorted to the luxuriously appointed Helinet twin-engine helicopter that will whisk you up and away, heading northwest above the California coastline to land at an undisclosed location in Montecito.
From that secret spot, a private car stocked with your preferred wines and refreshments takes you directly to your secluded beachfront hideaway, the Ty Warner Villa at Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara, between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Your personal Guest Relations team member, assigned to you for the length of your stay, will handle your check-in as you settle into your 4,000-square-foot (372-square-metre) villa and take in the 180-degree view of Butterfly Beach and the Channel Islands.
Unwind on two outdoor terraces, complete with a fireside lounge and a heated oceanfront plunge pool, or sink into a soaking bathtub carved from a single piece of French limestone. Take advantage of complimentary access to the legendary private-membership Coral Casino Beach and Cabana Club, where you’ll enjoy a private dinner for two in Cabana 24, with wide-angle views of the coast. Your five-course meal is paired with special varietals from Sunstone Winery and guided by a Sunstone representative.
When it’s time to head home, a monogrammed Naked Cashmere blanket will go with you as a souvenir of your stay. You’ll return the same way you arrived – via private car to the hidden location where Helinet will pick you up and take you back to The Private Suite.
Experience must be booked at least two weeks prior to arrival.