Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills and the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Together Create 'Night of the Arts' Suite Package
New package combines a night of local culture with a bespoke Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills experience
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills and The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts today unveiled a new collaboration, one designed to give visitors to Los Angeles a taste of both the cultural and culinary scenes that set the city apart.
Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is dedicated to expanding awareness of the always-innovative local artistic scene that makes Los Angeles one of the world's most imaginative cities. By crafting bespoke guest offerings designed to add a cultural element to a visit for vacationers and business travelers alike, Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is at the forefront of supporting creativity and artistic endeavors.
The "Night of the Arts" special collaboration package developed with The Wallis combines a one-night stay at Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, Los Angeles' most prestigious address, with an evening at The Wallis, who recently chose Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills as the venue's preferred hotel. This bespoke package begins at check in, as guests discover their gorgeously decorated junior suite, complete with spectacular corner views and breathtaking interior design and artwork curated by famed designer Pierre-Yves Rochon.
Next up is an unforgettable pre-fixe dinner for two, experienced at the world-renowned Jean-Georges Beverly Hills restaurant located on the hotel's ground floor. That magical trip into the culinary arts may encourage those taking advantage of this unique package to linger over the spectacular tastes created in the restaurant's wood-burning grill, but curtain time at The Wallis awaits, so planning an early supper is highly recommended to savor the full Jean-Georges experience.
When it is nearly time to enjoy the night's performance, guests will slide into the lavish Rolls-Royce Phantom, Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills' chauffeured house car to arrive in style at The Wallis, where orchestra seats await one of the renowned center's fascinating shows. Guests can choose from all show selections at The Wallis in 2019. At the show’s conclusion, the designated private driver awaits mere steps away in the Rolls Royce, ready to escort theatergoers back to their junior suite at Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills.
"Because of the commitment and support of venues like The Wallis, local arts are thriving both here in Beverly Hills and throughout Los Angeles," explains Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills General Manager Vanessa Williams. "We've developed this new package as an elegant and easy way for newcomers to our city to explore the cultural offerings that exist right out our front door."
The "Night of the Arts" package starts at $1,170 for two guests and includes a one-night stay in a corner junior suite, a pre-fixe dinner for two at Jean-Georges Beverly Hills, round-trip transfers to the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and two tickets to an evening performance at the center. Guests can book online or by calling 1-800-774-1500.
Learn more about Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts at www.waldorfastoria.com.
About Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts' first new build on the West Coast and second California property, joining the legendary Waldorf Astoria portfolio of now 26 hotels and resorts. The hotel's 119 deluxe rooms and 51 suites are part of a world-class, Art Deco- influenced design created by renowned interior design firm Pierre-Yves Rochon, Inc. (PYR). World-class dining can be discovered at the hotel with three venues created by the legendary French chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten: the elegant Jean-Georges Beverly Hills, the chef's signature restaurant, as well as The Rooftop by JG and Jean-Georges Beverly Hills Bar. Helmed by a top-notch team of culinary experts hand picked by Vongerichten and including Executive Chef Steve Benjamin of L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon fame, the chefs are committed to sourcing foods locally whenever possible and a cornerstone of the menus in all the food and beverage offerings at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills. The hotel also features 6,300 square feet of meeting spaces, perfect for social events, corporate meetings or gala celebrations.
The property recently won the Forbes Five-Star Award, was ranked No. 1 in the Conde Nast Traveler 2017 Readers’ Choice Awards as Best Hotel in Los Angeles, and has also been named best new hotel on the Travel + Leisure 2018 It List, 2018 Travel + Leisure “World’s Best” Awards, and by U.S. News and World Report. For more information, visit www.waldorfastoriabeverlyhills.com.
About the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
Since opening its doors in October 2013, The Wallis has produced or presented more than 250 dance, theater, opera, classical music, cinema and family programs to an ever-expanding audience. Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, California, The Wallis brings audiences world-class theater, dance and music, performed by many of the world's most talented and sought-after artists. Featuring eclectic programming that mirrors the diverse landscape of Los Angeles and its notability as the entertainment capital of the world, The Wallis offers original and revered works from across the U.S. and around the globe. The mission of The Wallis is to create, present and celebrate unique performing arts events and educational programs that reflect the rich cultural diversity of our community. Nominated for 48 Ovation Awards, seven L.A. Drama Critic's Circle Awards and the recipient of six architectural awards since opening in 2013. The Wallis is a breathtaking 70,000-square-foot venue that celebrates the classic and the modern and was designed by Zoltan E. Pali, FAIA, of Studio Pali Fekete architects. The building features the restored, original 1933 Beverly Hills Post Office (on the National Register of Historic Places) that serves as the theater's dramatic yet welcoming lobby, and houses the 150-seat Lovelace Studio Theater, GRoW at The Wallis: A Space for Arts Education (a gift of Gregory Annenberg Weingarten and Family and the Annenberg Foundation) and the contemporary 500-seat, state-of-the art Bram Goldsmith Theater. Together, these structures embrace the city's history and its future, creating a performing arts destination for L.A.-area visitors and residents alike. For more information about The Wallis, please visit: TheWallis.org.