The Peninsula Beverly Hills Debuts Rolls-Royce Road Trip Experience

The Peninsula Beverly Hills has announced an exclusive new Peninsula Academy experience in partnership with Rolls-Royce and the 2019 Cullinan SUV.

Guests of The Peninsula Beverly Hills staying two or more nights can reserve a one-day coastal road trip experience through the Southern California wine country to Pismo Beach for an exhilarating drive on the sand, followed by a vineyard tour and lunch at the Tolosa Winery. After a farm-to-table lunch with a wine pairing, guests will leave their Cullinan behind and transfer to the airport across the street for a quick 45-minute flight back to Los Angeles where a driver will be waiting to bring guests back to the hotel.

The full-day itinerary begins at 6 a.m. and runs through 4:15 p.m. Guests will additionally receive fresh coffee and a healthy boxed breakfast by chef David Codney (who also prepares the picnic lunch).

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Airport transfer from Hawthorne/Los Angeles International Airport to The Peninsula Beverly Hills will be additional and based on number of guests in party. Guests also have the option to drive back to Los Angeles.

Note: Due to the limited availability of the 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan and the private charter, this experience does not offer per person pricing.

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