Sip the Silver Mule
The hotel’s 25th anniversary cocktail arrives in a sleek hammered silver mule mug. The refreshing drink is made with California green chili vodka, lime and housemade ginger beer. You can get it at The Belvedere for the rest of the year.
Take pampering to the next level at The Peninsula. Follow The Peninsula on instagram and discover spa specials you can grab on the 25th of each month. Deals start now with a $25 Classic Manicure (regularly $55) available on March 25.
Take Home Afternoon Tea
Wishing you could indulge in The Peninsula’s revered afternoon tea every day? For the first time ever, fans of the service can purchase a hand-painted floral commemorative fine European china tea set—just like The Living Room’s floral pattern.
Sip some Bubbly
Afternoon tea enthusiasts can enjoy free-flowing champagne during Monday tea service throughout the month of August.
Whether you’re a visitor traveling to LA, or a local looking for a getaway, book The Peninsula’s Silver Celebration package that offers a bottle of Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne as a welcome amenity, $125 dining credit at The Belvedere and complementary valet parking.
Dine at The Belvedere
The newly remodeled dining destination features a Mediterranean-inspired menu from Executive Chef David Codney along with a carefully curated list of over 50 wines by the glass (typically only available by bottle) using Coravin technology and a bevy of limited production wines, craft beers and cocktails. You can also choose to dine outside on the Belvedere Terrace, which is opening at the end of March. The space features lush, leafy foliage set alongside water and fire features to create the ambiance of an intimate urban garden in the heart of Beverly Hills.
In addition to these specials, the luxury hotel debuts a stunning new suite. The 1,500-square-foot Silver Suite is inspired by the precious metals and features expansive mirrored walls alongside rich gray hues and subtle silver accents offset by crisp white furnishings.
Visit peninsula.com/beverlyhills for more details.