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The Beverly Hilton hosts hundreds of events a year, including holiday events for its guests. When those holidays pop up and you don’t feel like slaving away in your kitchen at home, bring your family to The Beverly Hilton. The Four-Star hotel offers a number of holiday shindigs. Try Circa 55 restaurant for one of its specialty brunches. Its Easter brunch buffet had a breakfast station with chocolate chip pancakes and eggs Benedict with tarragon-hollandaise sauce; a dim sum and sushi station; a seafood station with ceviche and Fanny Bay oysters with dikon-ponzu sauce; and a selection of hot dishes like honey-miso baked salmon and slow-roasted young chicken with corn relish. For New Year’s Eve, Circa 55 and Trader Vic’s Lounge create special menus and cocktails to help you ring in the New Year right. The hotel is also decorated for Christmas with a grand tree in the lobby, lots of garland and tinsel, and gingerbread houses made by the hotel’s executive pastry chef. A menorah on the credenza celebrates Hanukah. It may not be a white Christmas, but it’ll be a festive one, especially if trading in hot chocolates for mai tais at the Polynesian-themed Trader Vic’s Lounge sounds like a nice change of pace. You’re also just blocks from Rodeo Drive when staying at The Beverly Hilton, so you’ll find the best shopping for presents. That always puts us in a festive holiday spirit.