The Beverly Hills Hotel

★★★★☆
  • 9641 Sunset Blvd

    Beverly Hills, CA 90210

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  • 310-276-2251

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I have this feeling that if I go in here I would have fun, I did go in here, and I had a blast with some friends. Fresh food and the bar is a lot of fun to be at night.

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★★★★★

I have this feeling that if I go in here I would have fun, I did go in here, and I had a blast with some friends. Fresh food and the bar is a lot of fun to be at night.

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Loveable experience and great and afforable brunch.

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★★★★★

Loveable experience and great and afforable brunch.

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I use to love this place but it has really changed for the worse. The Management does not care. The front desk staff is not friendly, don't smile and do not want to bend at all to please guests. I waited 45 minutes to get my room and it

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★★★★★

I use to love this place but it has really changed for the worse. The Management does not care. The front desk staff is not friendly, don't smile and do not want to bend at all to please guests. I waited 45 minutes to get my room and it

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Having a long lunch on the patio of the Polo Lounger with a glass of wine while listening to the piano player is absolutely the most relaxing, luxurious way to spend a sunny afternoon in LA. Staples on their menu include tuna tartar, the McCarthy Cobb Salad and tortilla soup (one of my favorites). In addition, the Polo Lounge is one of the better places in L.A. to spot some celebs. So if you have a friend in town, skip the Ivy and be sure to bring them here for a wonderful afternoon.

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★★★★☆

Having a long lunch on the patio of the Polo Lounger with a glass of wine while listening to the piano player is absolutely the most relaxing, luxurious way to spend a sunny afternoon in LA. Staples on their menu include tuna tartar, the McCarthy Cobb Salad and tortilla soup (one of my favorites). In addition, the Polo Lounge is one of the better places in L.A. to spot some celebs. So if you have a friend in town, skip the Ivy and be sure to bring them here for a wonderful afternoon.

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Friends and I decided to lunch at the Polo Lounge having never been there and after hearing wonderful things about it. We were terribly mislead. After being sat in an outside location surrounded by dirty tables, we proceeded to wait thirty minutes before someone came to give us menus.

Everything looked as expected, until the dishes arrived. The fifty dollar plate of scallops was a composition of FOUR scallops, FOUR potato slices and a bland sauce. The steak that was asked to well-done was served rare and cold, the french fries were forgotten about. The lunch took two hours and forty five minutes to complete. Completely outrageous. The staff was unapologetic for their inadequacy.

DO NOT waste your time and money. You would fare much better at LA staples such as the Ivy or even the restaurant at Bloomingdales.

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★☆☆☆☆

Friends and I decided to lunch at the Polo Lounge having never been there and after hearing wonderful things about it. We were terribly mislead. After being sat in an outside location surrounded by dirty tables, we proceeded to wait thirty minutes before someone came to give us menus.

Everything looked as expected, until the dishes arrived. The fifty dollar plate of scallops was a composition of FOUR scallops, FOUR potato slices and a bland sauce. The steak that was asked to well-done was served rare and cold, the french fries were forgotten about. The lunch took two hours and forty five minutes to complete. Completely outrageous. The staff was unapologetic for their inadequacy.

DO NOT waste your time and money. You would fare much better at LA staples such as the Ivy or even the restaurant at Bloomingdales.

Pros: Cool setting

Cons: Horrible service, food cold, food not as described...

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polo is great lots of fun great food good service

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★★★★★

polo is great lots of fun great food good service

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One of the best spots when you can't decide where to go: always impeccable service, delicious food (particularly the souffle) and oozing in ambience!

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★★★★★

One of the best spots when you can't decide where to go: always impeccable service, delicious food (particularly the souffle) and oozing in ambience!

Pros: Everything!

Cons: Nothing!

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Had I actually had to pay for this food, I would have been irate. It's bland, mediocre, wannabe trendy cuisine that is grossly over priced. Our table ran the gamut of the best their menu had to offer and I have to say it was devoid of any true culinary genius. . .and pretentious to boot. I don't get it - I know everyone loves this place but I'm here to tell you that THE EMPEROR HAS NO CLOTHES ON -- save your money.

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★☆☆☆☆

Had I actually had to pay for this food, I would have been irate. It's bland, mediocre, wannabe trendy cuisine that is grossly over priced. Our table ran the gamut of the best their menu had to offer and I have to say it was devoid of any true culinary genius. . .and pretentious to boot. I don't get it - I know everyone loves this place but I'm here to tell you that THE EMPEROR HAS NO CLOTHES ON -- save your money.

Pros: Good Service

Cons: Not worth the hype.

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It is much easier to write a good review than an indifferent one. I took an associate there for a business lunch. We were both uninspired. We had to ask for a wine list. It should be routinely given. The list was mostly overpriced imports. Welcome to California!

Our food was cold by the time it arrived. (I hate to ask that the soup be reheated) The rest of our meal was good; not great for the price. I really don?t want to seem picky but????????.

Sometimes it is better to say nothing. Perhaps that is why there are so few reviews about this restaurant.

Always end on a nice note: The service was quite good.

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★★☆☆☆

It is much easier to write a good review than an indifferent one. I took an associate there for a business lunch. We were both uninspired. We had to ask for a wine list. It should be routinely given. The list was mostly overpriced imports. Welcome to California!

Our food was cold by the time it arrived. (I hate to ask that the soup be reheated) The rest of our meal was good; not great for the price. I really don?t want to seem picky but????????.

Sometimes it is better to say nothing. Perhaps that is why there are so few reviews about this restaurant.

Always end on a nice note: The service was quite good.

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a group of friends went here for brunch. the polo lounbge offers a prix fixe meal with a bunch of choices for your appetizer, entree, dessert and a cocktail.

for the appetizer, i had the crab cake. that was very tasty (not great, but pretty good). the outside had the nice semi-crunchy consistency and the inside was crabilicious. i tasted a friend's tuna tartare and i thought it was just ok.

for the entree, i had the lobster risotto. again, i thought it was just ok, the lobster was nice but it was a tad bit overdone. i tried a friend's halibut and that was too salty and overcooked. the presentation was nice though. we did send it back and the place gladly gave us another option at no charge. so we had the french toast. that was good -- it had cranberries.

for the dessert, i had the chocolate mousse with raspberries on top and raspberry sauce on the side. i did enjoy this one. there was also a side of vanilla ice cream on a small cup made entirely of chocolate. a friend's peach tart was ok -- but i am partial to chocolates.

our cocktails were pretty tasty. i had the kir royale (they call it champagne kir) and tasted a friend's lemon drop. can't really go wrong with these.

the service was good. when we had to send back the halibut, they were very apologetic and made sure that the replacement entree was ordered right away. the servers were friendly. no haughtiness here.

the price is pretty ridiculous though. the cost per person is $48 without tax and tip. the servings are not big and the food, i think is just average.

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★★★☆☆

a group of friends went here for brunch. the polo lounbge offers a prix fixe meal with a bunch of choices for your appetizer, entree, dessert and a cocktail.

for the appetizer, i had the crab cake. that was very tasty (not great, but pretty good). the outside had the nice semi-crunchy consistency and the inside was crabilicious. i tasted a friend's tuna tartare and i thought it was just ok.

for the entree, i had the lobster risotto. again, i thought it was just ok, the lobster was nice but it was a tad bit overdone. i tried a friend's halibut and that was too salty and overcooked. the presentation was nice though. we did send it back and the place gladly gave us another option at no charge. so we had the french toast. that was good -- it had cranberries.

for the dessert, i had the chocolate mousse with raspberries on top and raspberry sauce on the side. i did enjoy this one. there was also a side of vanilla ice cream on a small cup made entirely of chocolate. a friend's peach tart was ok -- but i am partial to chocolates.

our cocktails were pretty tasty. i had the kir royale (they call it champagne kir) and tasted a friend's lemon drop. can't really go wrong with these.

the service was good. when we had to send back the halibut, they were very apologetic and made sure that the replacement entree was ordered right away. the servers were friendly. no haughtiness here.

the price is pretty ridiculous though. the cost per person is $48 without tax and tip. the servings are not big and the food, i think is just average.

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This place is more about the scene than the food. Live music with a pretty out door garden would be nice to look upon if it weren't filled with chain smokers. The food is typical american with accents here and there but nothing spectacular. For the money you can get better food elsewhere, however it is a scene worth checking out for a drink.

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★★★★☆

This place is more about the scene than the food. Live music with a pretty out door garden would be nice to look upon if it weren't filled with chain smokers. The food is typical american with accents here and there but nothing spectacular. For the money you can get better food elsewhere, however it is a scene worth checking out for a drink.

Pros: scene

Cons: smokers

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Ok, let's tell it like it is... the place has history and is a favorite of mine for fun, fancy lunches. Today when I arrived, I was greeted by a friendly man, who shook my hand and told me that the hostess would be back shortly. We stood in the bar, near the hostess stand and waited about five minutes... when the hostess finally arrived, there was quite a queue... more than ten people lined up behind us waiting to be served. What does the hostess do when she gets there? She takes the first two older women who are pressed up to the hostess stand and completely ignores us standing to her side. I spoke up that it was we who should be seated, but she ignored me. Of course, we were later seated, in a somewhat remote table. Then... service... SLOOOOOW.... where were drinks? Where was some water? Some "waiter?" When I finally ordered the Old Fashioned I was craving, to my astonishment, the waiter asked me "what is that?" I couldn't believe it. I almost wanted to quip "wait, did I step into Sizzler by mistake?" I mean, HONESTLY! So, I had to EXPLAIN to the waiter how to make one, and that was my first clue... "DON'T ORDER IT!" said my conscience... but I let them give it a shot. Well, they "bombed." The drink was horrendous. It was soda and bourbon with an orange slice. I couldn't believe it. Then, we ordered dinner salads. Hey, did you know that you can make a SUPERB dressing with a store bought creamy caesar, olive oil, fresh garlic and anchovy paste? It's my little secret and I'll share it with you, but let's not tell the folks at the Polo Lounge. Their caesar salad, albeit served with excellent, succulent chicken, was so lackluster... if I'd have been close enough to a grocery store and if it wouldn't have appeared too impolite (the place IS a little bit full of itself, you know, so I dared not), I'd have run out and bought better dressing. In the end? The place is simply overpriced and underskilled in the art of fine dining.

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★★☆☆☆

Ok, let's tell it like it is... the place has history and is a favorite of mine for fun, fancy lunches. Today when I arrived, I was greeted by a friendly man, who shook my hand and told me that the hostess would be back shortly. We stood in the bar, near the hostess stand and waited about five minutes... when the hostess finally arrived, there was quite a queue... more than ten people lined up behind us waiting to be served. What does the hostess do when she gets there? She takes the first two older women who are pressed up to the hostess stand and completely ignores us standing to her side. I spoke up that it was we who should be seated, but she ignored me. Of course, we were later seated, in a somewhat remote table. Then... service... SLOOOOOW.... where were drinks? Where was some water? Some "waiter?" When I finally ordered the Old Fashioned I was craving, to my astonishment, the waiter asked me "what is that?" I couldn't believe it. I almost wanted to quip "wait, did I step into Sizzler by mistake?" I mean, HONESTLY! So, I had to EXPLAIN to the waiter how to make one, and that was my first clue... "DON'T ORDER IT!" said my conscience... but I let them give it a shot. Well, they "bombed." The drink was horrendous. It was soda and bourbon with an orange slice. I couldn't believe it. Then, we ordered dinner salads. Hey, did you know that you can make a SUPERB dressing with a store bought creamy caesar, olive oil, fresh garlic and anchovy paste? It's my little secret and I'll share it with you, but let's not tell the folks at the Polo Lounge. Their caesar salad, albeit served with excellent, succulent chicken, was so lackluster... if I'd have been close enough to a grocery store and if it wouldn't have appeared too impolite (the place IS a little bit full of itself, you know, so I dared not), I'd have run out and bought better dressing. In the end? The place is simply overpriced and underskilled in the art of fine dining.

Pros: Beautiful decor, private, unintrusive

Cons: I'd rather be intruded on somewhere where they have a great bartender and lesser decor!

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The Sunday Brunch is really a good value. You get a drink(nice and strong) with an appetizer ,entree and dessert. The food was really great, the atmosphere pretty , but it's mostly older stuffy people.
THe service is top notch!!!! If they could kiss your a$$ they would!!

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★★★★☆

The Sunday Brunch is really a good value. You get a drink(nice and strong) with an appetizer ,entree and dessert. The food was really great, the atmosphere pretty , but it's mostly older stuffy people.
THe service is top notch!!!! If they could kiss your a$$ they would!!

Pros: Incredible service. Good Food. Pretty atmosphere

Cons: You'll feel like an outsider if you are under 65.

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I just came for drinks and while the lounge was cozy and the hotel quite pretty, it wasn't really enough to justify the overpriced martinis ($17.50). For the same coziness with better seats, better looking people and an ocean view, I still prefer drinking martinis at casa del mar.

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★★★★☆

I just came for drinks and while the lounge was cozy and the hotel quite pretty, it wasn't really enough to justify the overpriced martinis ($17.50). For the same coziness with better seats, better looking people and an ocean view, I still prefer drinking martinis at casa del mar.

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I enjoyed my stay at Beverly Hills Hotel and loved each meal from the Polo Lounge. The Salmon
was excellent! I dined at Polo Lounge 5 nights straight. I even came down at night to hear the
piano player, etc. It was very very romantic.
Polo Lounge is definitely an awesome get away spot. Regardless of your age 21-99.
It's a great way to treat yourself to something special.

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★★★★★

I enjoyed my stay at Beverly Hills Hotel and loved each meal from the Polo Lounge. The Salmon
was excellent! I dined at Polo Lounge 5 nights straight. I even came down at night to hear the
piano player, etc. It was very very romantic.
Polo Lounge is definitely an awesome get away spot. Regardless of your age 21-99.
It's a great way to treat yourself to something special.

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The restaurant is over rated for sure. I went here for my birthday, and it was a bit of a disappointement when it came to our meal. The atmosphere is kinda old fashioned. I guess people like this place because the history behind it. It's a nice place to have lunch and people watch, but that's only if you want to spend an arm and a leg for average food.

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★★★★☆

The restaurant is over rated for sure. I went here for my birthday, and it was a bit of a disappointement when it came to our meal. The atmosphere is kinda old fashioned. I guess people like this place because the history behind it. It's a nice place to have lunch and people watch, but that's only if you want to spend an arm and a leg for average food.

Pros: People watching

Cons: food

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I expected more. Come on, it is the POLO LOUNGE for goodness sakes. The atmosphere is superior (beautiful, live jazz, good service), but the food wasn't anything special. For $140 for me and my wife, I expected my taste buds to explode! But in fact, all we did during the meal was discuss our disappointment.

The Polo Lounge may once have been THE place, but to us they (the cooks) are now resting on their laurels.

If all you are interested in is atmosphere, The Polo Lounge has loads of it. But if you want a fine dining experience - look elsewhere.

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★★☆☆☆

I expected more. Come on, it is the POLO LOUNGE for goodness sakes. The atmosphere is superior (beautiful, live jazz, good service), but the food wasn't anything special. For $140 for me and my wife, I expected my taste buds to explode! But in fact, all we did during the meal was discuss our disappointment.

The Polo Lounge may once have been THE place, but to us they (the cooks) are now resting on their laurels.

If all you are interested in is atmosphere, The Polo Lounge has loads of it. But if you want a fine dining experience - look elsewhere.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: Food

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This hotel is truly a five star hotel. It is gorgeous. The rooms are very spacious and clean. The staff is extraordinary and extremely helpful. You can even hire a personal butler here, which I think is a pretty cool (but very expensive) option. I would definitely recommend you stay at this hotel at least once, even though it is quite expensive. Of course this is also a great place to spot celebs.

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★★★★★

This hotel is truly a five star hotel. It is gorgeous. The rooms are very spacious and clean. The staff is extraordinary and extremely helpful. You can even hire a personal butler here, which I think is a pretty cool (but very expensive) option. I would definitely recommend you stay at this hotel at least once, even though it is quite expensive. Of course this is also a great place to spot celebs.

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You think everyone knows about this hotel but I didn't!!! Until I had an opportunity to go there recently. Valet parking attendant was impressively professional and the hotel had very "ancient" and "historic" feeling to it. To me, the rooms were just fine but it was their service standards that set them apart from many other hotels I've stayed so far.

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★★★★☆

You think everyone knows about this hotel but I didn't!!! Until I had an opportunity to go there recently. Valet parking attendant was impressively professional and the hotel had very "ancient" and "historic" feeling to it. To me, the rooms were just fine but it was their service standards that set them apart from many other hotels I've stayed so far.

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There is a restaurant in the Hotel called the Polo Lounge and it has a great breakfast. There is indoor and outdoor seating. I recommend the outdoor seating, it is very relaxing.

There is a lot of history at this hotel and from what I hear the rooms are comparable to the Beverly Wilshire Regent.

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★★★★★

There is a restaurant in the Hotel called the Polo Lounge and it has a great breakfast. There is indoor and outdoor seating. I recommend the outdoor seating, it is very relaxing.

There is a lot of history at this hotel and from what I hear the rooms are comparable to the Beverly Wilshire Regent.

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Looking past the expensive but delicious food I would say the greatest characteristic of the Polo Lounge is the great service. It seemed like every employee in there assisted us at least once and no one was trying to rush us through our meal. They also provided a nice selection of breads and the desserts were unique and tasty.

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★★★★★

Looking past the expensive but delicious food I would say the greatest characteristic of the Polo Lounge is the great service. It seemed like every employee in there assisted us at least once and no one was trying to rush us through our meal. They also provided a nice selection of breads and the desserts were unique and tasty.

Pros: Great Service, Great Food

Cons: Expensive

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A wonderful, relaxing place to get exceptional food served by impeccable and very friendly staff. Sunday brunch outside is always the best. Lunch and dinner outside are fantastic. The food is consistent, extremely high quality and perfectly prepared. Been to brunch, lunch and dinner several times and always want to return.

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★★★★★

A wonderful, relaxing place to get exceptional food served by impeccable and very friendly staff. Sunday brunch outside is always the best. Lunch and dinner outside are fantastic. The food is consistent, extremely high quality and perfectly prepared. Been to brunch, lunch and dinner several times and always want to return.

Pros: Service, Food, Ambience

Cons: None

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this is a must-do each time we visit LA. The service is always polished, the food good, good chance of seeing celebs, and no one rushes you out. The angel hair pasta fruitti di mare is loaded with seafood, not the usual 6 shrimp, nice variety of breads in the basket, good lobster salad and tiger prawn salad. Make reservations if you want to be sure to sit outside; good luck getting one of the secluded alcove tables. The Hollywood glam atmosphere makes it a fun girl's lunch splurge.

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★★★★★

this is a must-do each time we visit LA. The service is always polished, the food good, good chance of seeing celebs, and no one rushes you out. The angel hair pasta fruitti di mare is loaded with seafood, not the usual 6 shrimp, nice variety of breads in the basket, good lobster salad and tiger prawn salad. Make reservations if you want to be sure to sit outside; good luck getting one of the secluded alcove tables. The Hollywood glam atmosphere makes it a fun girl's lunch splurge.

Pros: great atmosphere, good food, polished service

Cons: the price

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During my last visit to the BH Hotel I signed up for a hour-long hitting session wiht pro, David Olmedo.

He was outstanding. He gave me pointers that helped my backhand tremendously. The workout was fantastic--just what I needed after a long day of work. I highly recommend calling for a lesson the next time you stay at this hotel 310.281.2955

PROS: Targeted tennis for serious players
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During my last visit to the BH Hotel I signed up for a hour-long hitting session wiht pro, David Olmedo.

He was outstanding. He gave me pointers that helped my backhand tremendously. The workout was fantastic--just what I needed after a long day of work. I highly recommend calling for a lesson the next time you stay at this hotel 310.281.2955

PROS: Targeted tennis for serious players
CONS:

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Reasonble rates and clean place to stay.
Spacious rooms and the place is close to many of the major spots nearby. The staff is friendly and accomodating

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★★★★☆

Reasonble rates and clean place to stay.
Spacious rooms and the place is close to many of the major spots nearby. The staff is friendly and accomodating

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it's so old-fashioned with the piano player and the all the pink decor. total throwback to another era. you'll see everyone here from longtime dignitaries to beverly hills parents waiting for the their kids proms to be over. the patio always seems to have bachelorette parties or birthdays, or in the daytime, ladies lunching and brunching. i've experienced nothing but good service there, whether i was dressed up for a night on the town or stopped in spontaneously wearing jeans.

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★★★★★

it's so old-fashioned with the piano player and the all the pink decor. total throwback to another era. you'll see everyone here from longtime dignitaries to beverly hills parents waiting for the their kids proms to be over. the patio always seems to have bachelorette parties or birthdays, or in the daytime, ladies lunching and brunching. i've experienced nothing but good service there, whether i was dressed up for a night on the town or stopped in spontaneously wearing jeans.

Pros: great martinis, classic ambience

Cons: food pricey, mostly only valet

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Wonderful! The most luxurious spa experience I have ever had. The staff is so nice and accomodating. The facilities are incredible and they go out of their way to make you extra comfortable. I cannot say enough good things about the spa at the Beverly Hills Hotel- it is simply amazing.

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★★★★★

Wonderful! The most luxurious spa experience I have ever had. The staff is so nice and accomodating. The facilities are incredible and they go out of their way to make you extra comfortable. I cannot say enough good things about the spa at the Beverly Hills Hotel- it is simply amazing.

Pros: Staff, Facilities, Comfort

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Last Sunday, my best girlfriends and I decided to have a fancy "ladies about town" brunch to celebrate ourselves and we chose the Polo Lounge--and it was everything we could have hoped for (except inexpensive, of course!). Old Hollywood glamour was abounding. The mimosas and Blood Marys were delicious, the smoked salmon and scrambled eggs were perfect, as was the fresh fruit. Another girl had steak tartare, and two had French toast, and we were all oohing and ahhing. We topped it off with chocolate mousse cake and an apple tart to share. It was divine. The meal was pricey, for sure. But we really felt like we were treating ourselves, and why shouldn't we once in a while?

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★★★★★

Last Sunday, my best girlfriends and I decided to have a fancy "ladies about town" brunch to celebrate ourselves and we chose the Polo Lounge--and it was everything we could have hoped for (except inexpensive, of course!). Old Hollywood glamour was abounding. The mimosas and Blood Marys were delicious, the smoked salmon and scrambled eggs were perfect, as was the fresh fruit. Another girl had steak tartare, and two had French toast, and we were all oohing and ahhing. We topped it off with chocolate mousse cake and an apple tart to share. It was divine. The meal was pricey, for sure. But we really felt like we were treating ourselves, and why shouldn't we once in a while?

Pros: old Hollywood glamor, see-and-be-seen place, delicious food

Cons: expensive

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We have been coming to the Polo Lounge for a number of years. Although the menu offerings have changed, the food quality and professional service has not! We have always been pleased with the food and service and suggest those that have not yet been here to try it. Breakfast is a sleeper here, give it a shot!

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★★★★★

We have been coming to the Polo Lounge for a number of years. Although the menu offerings have changed, the food quality and professional service has not! We have always been pleased with the food and service and suggest those that have not yet been here to try it. Breakfast is a sleeper here, give it a shot!

Pros: Food, Service, Ambiance

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If history is a compelling factor to visit a bar, then this is a must-stop. Otherwise, I found its charm to be insufficient to justify the steep drink prices and rather ordinary presentation. My cocktail came in a regular long glass and wasn't all that strong. The chips and guacamole were served in a similarly non-striking way and the guacamole was spilled over the side of its dish -- No attention to detail at all.

I was expecting a lot more. Maybe it's just that our generation is spoiled by theme bars, fancy glasses, velvet furniture and dark lighting. Maybe the Polo Lounge is past its prime. Maybe its both.

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★★★★☆

If history is a compelling factor to visit a bar, then this is a must-stop. Otherwise, I found its charm to be insufficient to justify the steep drink prices and rather ordinary presentation. My cocktail came in a regular long glass and wasn't all that strong. The chips and guacamole were served in a similarly non-striking way and the guacamole was spilled over the side of its dish -- No attention to detail at all.

I was expecting a lot more. Maybe it's just that our generation is spoiled by theme bars, fancy glasses, velvet furniture and dark lighting. Maybe the Polo Lounge is past its prime. Maybe its both.

Pros: lots of history

Cons: expensive

 

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