If you know me, or follow me on social media, then you are fully aware of my obsession with the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel. So when a good friend wanted to stay for her 25th birthday, I knew it'd be a memorable staycation, and that it was! Enjoy. 

Birthday = champs and yes, The Beverly Hills Hotel has their own champagne label, rightfully pink and served with delicious chocolate covered strawberries. We decked the room with pretty pink flowers and put on our white robes stat before getting ready for a fun night out. 

The definition of luxury to me is a hotel robe and champs! We all spent the afternoon getting ready, catching up, like an adult slumber party. It was probably my favorite part of the night and I definitely need to make "girls night in" more of priority with my friends from now on!

After taking loads of pictures, primping and polishing off, we headed out to Malibu for a dinner and night on the town! These balloons are amazing by the way for any occasion, but especially birthdays, and make the best photos. And the Martinique wallpaper made famous by the BHH doesn't hurt as backdrop either! 

As pictured, the photos went on forever, and I just couldn't help but get some swinging shots of my fringe J.O.A. two piece ensemble I happened to score at the major Bloomies sale! 

I've always had a special love for retro diners and the Fountain Coffee Room is one of my absolute favorite places in Los Angeles to eat. As I've mentioned before, I love ordering a classic grilled cheese sandwich and chocolate milkshake at the 50's style counter. It's one of the best places to grab a coffee and some breakfast, but also the perfect Sunday night grub. And after a big night out, this latte was a latte appreciated!

The pool is perhaps one of the most infamous spots for seeing some downright glamorous swimwear and high profile people getting a luxe dose of vitamin D. It's got the sweetest cabanas and has a very old school Florida country club feel, just like the rest of the classic hotel. 

Some people dream of table service at a trendy nightclub, I'm dreaming of a banana leaf cabana with free flowing margs! If I ever celebrate here again, grabbing one will be a top priority!

The tables at the Cabana Cafe are a bit easier to come by and open to the general public. I've been to the Polo Lounge and Fountain Coffee Room many times but never wandered down to this prime pool viewing spot. It's a great place for lunch or breakfast and they even have a nice little outdoor bar set up for pool guests. Can you spot the little lemonade stand behind the gate? How adorable is that!

Is it summer yet? I guess you'd never need to know at The Beverly Hills Hotel. Do you see why I love this place so much? 



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