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Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, the award-winning luxury hotel in the heart of Beverly Hills, will welcome guests back to its on-site dining destinations on January 30th with added safety precautions in place. Popular alfresco hot spot, The Rooftop by JG, will open for outdoor dining along with Waldorf Café by La Colombe and Jean-Georges Beverly Hills Patio.
Restaurants will be capped at a reduced capacity, including a maximum of six guests per table, to meet current social distancing requirements and maintain the health and safety of all. Sanitation stations are available throughout the hotel and restaurants for guest use, and person-to-person contact will be limited through pay at table technology and QR codes for menu viewing. New precautions include markers to indicate safe distancing, elevated cleaning methods, the utilization environmentally responsible cleaning solutions and ultramodern technology.
The five-star property now utilizes Emist electrostatic sprayers to disinfect, Pathosans – an environmentally responsible LEED and Green Seal approved cleaner and disinfectant, and Xenex UV Lightstrike Robots that deliver up to 4,300x more germicidal UV pathogen killing intensity than UV-c mercury vapor.
Beginning Saturday, The Rooftop by JG will seat guests daily for lunch and dinner from 11am to 10pm, and for weekend brunch on Saturdays and Sundays beginning at 10am. A full a la carte menu will be offered and seating will be available by reservation via OpenTable.
Waldorf Café by La Colombe, the newest offering at Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, will be open Friday through Monday for breakfast from 6am to 11am. The new pop-up café concept outfitted in a custom, vintage 1967 Citroen Hy-Van, will be conveniently located at the front of the hotel offering a full range of specialty coffees from La Colombe along with an a la carte menu featuring light bites such as vanilla chia bowls, smoked salmon sesame bagels, breakfast wraps, muffins, and croissants. Menus can be viewed via QR codes, and items can be ordered to-go or can be enjoyed at the tables and chairs placed with social distancing and Hilton CleanStay guidelines in mind.
Jean-Georges Beverly Hills will offer an elevated dining experience with an eight-course tasting menu available on the outdoor patio. Beginning February 5th, the intimate offering will be available three days per week from Friday through Sunday between 5:30pm and 10pm. The eight-course tasting menu will change monthly to showcase seasonal fare. The tasting menu is $180++ per person with an optional wine pairing available to add on at $140++.
“We are thrilled to be able to re-open and welcome guests into our restaurants in a safe manner. Our team has worked tirelessly to ready the dining outposts and prepare an ultra-safe environment for locals and travelers alike,” said Vanessa Williams, general manager at Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills. “I am confident that opening restaurants to offer outdoor dining, with proper protocols in place, will breathe life back into our community.”
Additionally, Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is able to welcome leisure travelers back to the iconic hotel and have advanced, hospital grade cleaning measures in place to create a low-risk environment. In addition to the new Hilton CleanStay with Lysol protection program, Oasis West Realty LLC, parent company of the five-star property, contracted International SOS/Corporate Medical Advisors, the world’s leading medical and security services company, to develop a bespoke safety plan including advanced technology.
For additional information, please visit www.waldorfastoriabeverlyhills.com or call 310.860.6565.Share This Page: