Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, the award-winning hotel centered in the heart of the iconic Californian city, has launched a new bespoke dining experience centered both around and within the privacy of the guests’ own suites.
An experience that includes a private chef, a personal mixologist, and special musical performances, the dining package is offered totally in-suite when staying at the Beverly Hills Suite, Villa Suite, or the Presidential Penthouse Suite.
The package, which includes an overnight stay in one of the aforementioned suites, also offers a globe-spanning menu of international cuisine of the guests’ personal choice, with options ranging from Mediterranean, French, Asian, Moroccan, Middle Eastern, Mexican, Italian, and even American.
The inclusion of a personal mixologist is particularly exciting. With a premium open bar, and the option to include a six course wine or cocktail pairing to the six or eight course meal, the mixologist and chef will also be joined by a personal butler.
What’s more, the package extends the luxury entails beyond gastronomy and high-end drinks to encompass entertainment alongside. A three-hour private concert upon the terrace is similarly tailored to the guests’ tastes, with a jazz duo and solo performers available upon request through the Waldorf Astoria’s dedicated concierge team.
Naturally, the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is no stranger to high luxury and bespoke exclusivity. The second Californian property of the Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts collection, Beverly Hills’ 119 rooms and 51 suites draw influence from the Art Deco aesthetic that so characterize the world-famous movie epicenter Beverly Hills and nearby Hollywood have come to define, for a hotel experience that oozes West Coast glitz and glamor.
Not only has the property consecutively won the Forbes Five-Star Award, but it also secured a place in the 2019-2022 Travel + Leisure “World’s Best” Awards by U.S. News and World Report.
Pricing starts at $4,000. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for availability.