On a beautiful California day, you must stop in for lunch at the Beverly Hills hotel!
Providing privacy, glamour and seamless service, the ‘Pink Palace’ holds a timeless appeal, as legendary as the Hollywood history that surrounds it.
The staff here is AMAZING! Attentive and polite, they see to your every need. They provide quick and courteous service. We were greeted as soon as we arrived.
I am in love with the Martinique wallpaper found here at the hotel!
Signature palm print has sparked a global trend! The Martinique banana leaf wallpaper was created for the hotel in 1949 and still adorns the walls. It’s become an iconic symbol of this unique building.
The iconic diner has been serving Hollywood stars since 1949 and you still never know who you might find yourself eating a slice of apple pie next to. 1950s-style counter service Marilyn Monroe was romanced here. Guns N’ Roses were signed at this very counter.
This diner seats its customers at the gloriously nostalgic, curved bar. Grab a stool, relax and watch the ballet of calm and experienced service at work in front of you.
The famous Polo Lounge also has an outdoor patio where you can enjoy the lush gardens and sunlight.
We had lunch at the Fountain, then made our way across the hall to the Patio for drinks.
Afterwards, it was time to explore more of the grounds. The day was a perfect 80-degrees and everything was so green.
Photos at the pool cabana were off limits, understandably since there are hotel guests there relaxing. I did get photos of the walkway and the pool stairs.
I recommend a visit for lunch or a hotel stay. This 5-Star hotel is not only gorgeous and full of history, but it is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the lush tropical view at the Pink Palace.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".