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The Montage Beverly Hills Offers A Variety Of Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day 2013

While countries around the world celebrate their own Mother’s Day at different times throughout the year, several countries, including the United States, celebrate it on the second Sunday of May. Have you ever wondered how this holiday started? Well, in the United States, the origins of the Holiday go back to 1907 when Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia, began the campaign to have Mother’s Day officially recognized. In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson did this, proclaiming it a national holiday and a “public expression of our love and reverence for all mothers.” Nowadays, we celebrate by buying gifts, taking mom to eat, and dedicating the entire day to the wonderful blessing of having a mother or being one. Since mother’s day is quickly approaching, Miss A went searching for iconic places to help us find that special place where we can celebrate with our Mom or Mom to be- this big day.

Spa Montage, Spa Soiree, Spa lunch. Photo Credit (MONTAGE-BEVERLY HILLS)

Spa Montage, Spa Soiree, Spa lunch. (Photo Credit: MONTAGE BEVERLY HILLS)

In the heart of Beverly Hills, we found one of the best, The Montage Beverly Hills, a place where one can choose a variety of options to pamper Mom in style. The Montage Beverly Hills  is rolling out its red carpet on Mother’s Day to celebrate the occasion in a setting that provides fun for everyone. Their finest accommodations offer premier views and unforgettable touches, making it the perfect place where you can ensure your mother unforgettable memories. Through their special packages, The Montage may delight Mom with an entire weekend retreat, a delicious brunch, lunch, a day at the Spa or even an Afternoon Tea .

Afternoon Tea (Photo Crediit)  MONTAGE- BEVERLY HILLS

Afternoon Tea (Photo Credit: MONTAGE- BEVERLY HILLS )

One can choose from a brunch in style at Scarpetta restaurant  with Celebrity Chef Scott Conant for a palate pleasing experience that will keep you coming back for more. Perhaps lunch by the pool? Well, the Montage will make your wish come true at the Conservatory Grill- where your honoree can taste a delicious meal by the pool as well as a complimentary rose and a chilled glass of rosé. As the atmosphere set in for a perfect day to celebrate, you can also enjoy the famed afternoon tea service where hand-painted china sets the stage for exclusive artisan tea varieties with house-made small bites and desserts. Soothing music and an ornate fireplace complement the cherished tradition of Afternoon Tea.

Another excellent option is a private cabana getaway, where you don’t have to stay at the hotel to enjoy the Montage rooftop oasis. Reserve Mom a private cabana this Mother’s day and swim to the underwater rhythms of classical music or soak in the whirlpool while drinking up the sun as you enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the Beverly Hills city landscape  and the Hollywood hills.

For those still expecting the gift of motherhood, spa Montage is helping alleviate the transition to motherhood, using botanical ingredients specifically designed to ease the effects of pregnancy with a pre-natal massage, followed by a Montage Manicure and Pedicure in the Nail Studio.

Among other options, you can also enjoy special packages such us:

Spa Montage Treatment Room. (Photo Credit- MONTAGE BEVERLY HILLS )

Spa Montage Treatment Room. (Photo Credit- MONTAGE BEVERLY HILLS )

Mother, Manicure and Mimosa: Treating your Mother on this special day for a Montage Manicure, while sipping on a Mimosa. She will also enjoy access to the rooftop pool, fitness center and Spa Montage facilities. $65 per person.

Mommy & Me Spa: Mom knows any day is good if it includes bonding time with her daughter. This package, designed for girls ages 5-12, includes a Montage Manicure and Pedicure and a Paint box Manicure and Pedicure. Children will also receive a special braiding at the Kim VO Salon. $275.00

Mother’s Day of Indulgence: a day devoted to mom with the ultimate gift of relaxation: a day at the lavish Spa Montage, which includes a sixty minute massage and sixty minute facial, Montage Manicure and Pedicure, poolside lunch at our rooftop Conservatory Grill and all-day access to the pool and Spa Montage facilities. $565 per person.

In a setting Inspired by the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture and Mediterranean styling prevalent in Beverly Hills, CA. This urban Los Angeles luxury hotel captures the sophisticated residential ambiance of Southern California’s glamour estates of the 1920’s and 1930’s. Classically elegant furnishing reminiscent of the Golden Age of California, bringing Spanish, Italian and Moroccan aesthetics back to the times when one woman thought of creating this special day to celebrate our mothers. With Mother’s Day sneaking up very soon, The Montage finest accommodations offer great views and unforgettable touches making it one of the best spots to celebrate the love and reverence for our mothers day in style.  Please click here for more information.


The Montage Beverly Hills
225 North Canon Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Ph. 855-262-0332

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