The Beverly Hills Hotel Festive Holiday Package
With its tropical gardens, retro-style pool, and old-school Hollywood glamour The Beverly Hills Hotel has been a celebrity hotspot since opening in 1912.
Located just off Sunset Boulevard in the heart of Beverly Hills, from Angelenos looking to staycation to travelers seeking a perfect base to indulge in a spot of festive retail therapy on nearby Rodeo Drive, it’s the most wonderful time of year to get a stay on the books.
Celebrate the Season
Pulling out all the stops for guests this Christmas – including a toy soldier welcome along the famous red-carpet entrance, holiday carolers and visits from Santa – the legendary property makes the perfect setting to gather with family or friends during the holidays. The hotel’s Festive Seasonal package, available to book through December 20, includes a discounted nightly rate paired with breakfast and hotel credits (treat yourself or someone special to a signature palm print item from the gift shop) plus welcome drinks.
Spirited Cocktails & Desserts
In the lead up to Christmas, dining gets sprinkled with a little festive stardust, too, with the aptly titled 12 Days of Soufflés when executive pastry chef Brooke Martin will create a dozen iterations (think gingerbread and eggnog) of the Polo Lounge’s signature dinner dessert.
While the Polo Lounge Bar and Bar Nineteen12 will serve classic and seasonal tipples like spiced mulled wine, spiked eggnog, and a Fig Sidecar cocktail.
Culinary highlights also include executive Chef Michal Santoro’s prix-fixe dinner menus at the storied Polo Lounge restaurant with a four-course meal on Christmas Eve and a three-course option on Christmas Day. Guests staying over New Year can ring in 2020 with chef Santoro’s elegant four-course affair complete with a Champagne toast at midnight and live music.
Rooms & Suites
To choose from are 210 guestrooms and suites – named after the hotel’s architect, Paul Williams Suite has a cool mid-century modern vibe with its grand piano and bespoke curved bar – plus 23 private bungalows, including five that take inspiration from famous former guests. Recently restored by New York-based studio Champalimaud Design, No. 22 is modeled after Frank Sinatra’s Palm Springs home; the fabulous Bungalow 5 is where Elizabeth Taylor spent six of her eight honeymoons.
The Festive Season offer includes a discounted nightly rate on luxury accommodation and welcome drinks for two guests paired with a $100 daily breakfast credit, and $100 hotel credit. Rates start at $685 for guestrooms and $985 for suites between November 21, 2019, and January 7, 2020. Visit Dorchester Collection’s The Beverly Hills Hotel for more details.