Breakfast in Beverly Hills

Breakfast-themed packages at 12 participating hotels throughout the city

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The Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau, the tourism arm for the city, recently announced the Breakfast in Beverly Hills promotion, featuring exclusive breakfast-themed packages at 12 participating hotels throughout the city.

“Beverly Hills hotels are known for impeccable service and acclaimed culinary talents,” said Kathy Smits, executive director of the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau. “Recognizing that breakfast is a fundamental ritual in America, Breakfast in Beverly Hills invites visitors to combine the unparalleled experience of staying in a Beverly Hills hotel with breakfast treats like a mouth-watering breakfast bruschetta or house-made jams on fresh bread.”

Breakfast in Beverly Hills packages include a free additional night stay; complimentary breakfast in bed or in the hotel’s restaurant; and a myriad of offers from luxury retailers at Two Rodeo Drive. Additionally, Beverly Hills is hosting a food-drive benefiting Los Angeles Regional Food Bank with drop-off locations throughout the City. (Donations of non-perishable, breakfast-related food items are requested throughout the month of April to be given to LA Regional Foodbank, a charitable organization that fights hunger and has a network of nearly 900 charities in Los Angeles County.)

Locals and those visiting for the day will also benefit from the promotion during the month of April. Twenty restaurants have created special Breakfast in Beverly Hills menu items and offerings while over 25 shops host in-store events and special promotions throughout the month. To cap off the experience, visitors and locals alike will be treated to musical entertainment throughout the city and chef demonstrations at Two Rodeo Drive each weekend in April.

The Breakfast in Beverly Hills packages are available from April 1 to Aug. 31 (stays must be booked by May 31). Visit the dedicated Web site for hotel details and booking options.