Wolfgang Puck opened the original Spago in 1982 and in the process not only changed the face of fine dining in America but also established himself as the country’s preeminent celebrity chef. And now he’s in your suite’s kitchen. Well sort of, as Spago Beverly Hills and AKA Beverly Hills are next-door neighbors.
And it gets even better: you can access Spago through a private door in the back of the AKA lobby and secure preferred seating like a BH VIP.
When it comes to en-suite dining, room service is provided by none other than Spago. That means entrees like 35-day dry aged USDA prime New York steak with roasted root vegetables and Bordelaise sauce while you binge on Mad Men episodes on your suite’s 46-inch flatscreen. Well, I did anyway. Or maybe a wild mushroom risotto with Parmigiano Reggiano followed by a dessert chaser of warm chocolate truffle cake all enjoyed with a privileged view of Beverly Hills from your spacious patio. Either way, delish.