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Cabana cocktails at the Peninsula Beverly Hills

September 2, 2011 |  6:00 am


The Peninsula Beverly Hills is opening their rooftop pool cabanas to the public beginning September 6. The 12 pool huts, luxuries usually reserved for hotel guests, will for the first time, be available for private cabana cocktail parties.

The heated cabanas are furnished with an iPod station, flat screen television and JANUS et Cie patio furniture. Guests can sip on Peninsula signature cocktails such as the Pomegranate mojito, white peach and pear martini or the speckled jalapeño margarita (all $16).

An appetizer menu is available with dishes such as the sautéed dungeness crab cake with mango-papaya relish and spicy chili-garlic sauce, ahi tuna "chop chop" with avocado, pineapple and coquito nuts and steak quesadillas, all ranging in price from $14-20.

For dinner, guests can order larger entrees from the adjoining Roof Garden menu, and for a sweet treat, house-made ice cream sandwiches with chocolate dipping sauce.

Visit the Peninsula Beverly Hills website at peninsula.com/beverlyhills for more details.

-- Jenn Harris

Photo: The rooftop cabanas at The Peninsula hotel; Credit: Avablu Photography.