For those with rumbling tummies and refined taste, these hotel restaurants provide unique offerings and ambiance to any visitor. Here are several of our favorite picks from around the country.
Dream Downtown, SoHo provides a modern flare that is beloved by 20-somethings ready for a night in the Meatpacking District and those traveling from around the world to get a taste of New York City. Carnivores and herbivores alike will rejoice at Marble Lane’s unique steaks and salads.
Miami’s Epic Hotel, A Klimpton Hotel boasts Zuma, a restaurant boasting the cuisine of chef Rainer Becker. Modern Japanese meals will awaken tastebuds to unique flavors, and meals are served in an informal Japanese dining style called Izakaya.
The Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas features Mozen Bistro, serving Contemporary Asian cuisine, and Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, serving modern French cuisine. Twist is only open for dinner and offers choices of a la carte dishes, three-course tasting menus and six-course menus, while Mozen Bistro features Bento and an a la carte menu.
The Peninsula, Beverly Hills offers a variety of restaurants including The Belvedere, The Living Room and The Roof Garden. The Belvedere has earned the AAA Five Diamond Award for 18 consecutive years and serves gourmet American cuisine, while The Living Room is the perfect place to get a delicious brunch and The Roof Garden is the perfect spot for meals incorporating local organic produce.