Mother’s Day Brunch and Beauty in Beverly Hills

It’s time to celebrate mom, grandma, or the special mother figure in your life this Sunday, May 12. Many popular spots are still available to book for Mother’s Day brunch. If you didn’t book on time, consider a gift card from one of these spas below so she can make an appointment for a spring renewal pampering at her leisure. Some spots are celebrating all month.

The Maybourne Beverly Hills

One of the most pleasant ways to spend an afternoon in Beverly Hills is sitting at The Terrace overlooking Beverly Gardens Park. This Mother’s Day, The Maybourne Beverly Hills will present a mezze-style brunch, with crunchy crudités and dips, along with Mediterranean starters and entrées. For extra indulgence, try the Fruit de Mer platter, with optional caviar service. Sharable desserts will also be served. The price is $195 per person. For reservations go to

Before or after the brunch service, mom can also visit the spa for a special menu honoring her. It starts with complimentary Champagne for all the mothers on Sunday, along with a beautiful floral arrangement to take home. Treatments range from Dr. Sturm’s anti-aging facial and Knesko mask to hot stone massage with aromatherapy. Prices start at $275 for 60 minutes. To book, visit

Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel

This year, brunch at THE Blvd includes three courses with indoor and outdoor seating options and views of the action on Rodeo Drive. Brunch will run from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., but if you want to enjoy the live jazz band, book from noon to 3 p.m. The prix-fixe menu by Chef Rafael Alcala comes with fruit and yogurt for the table as well as coffee or tea and juice. First course options include, among other salads on offer, the signature fluffy pancakes,  huevos rancheros or smoked salmon. For the second course, Maine lobster eggs Benedict, mushroom ravioli, Dover sole, wagyu flat iron steak or the avocado elote and crab toast are among the bevy of choices. Finish the meal with Chef Riccardo Menicucci’s impressive pastry and dessert buffet. A station will be set up for children to create Mother’s Day cards, and moms will also receive a beautiful, small flower bouquet to take home. The price for the brunch is $175 per person and it can be booked at

After brunch, why not treat mom to some additional pampering in the hotel’s spa? Every mother will receive a complimentary Rose Gold Mask enhancement to any facial or massage service enjoyed on Mother’s Day. They will also have access to the spa facilities, which include a tranquility lounge, eucalyptus steam room, ice fountain and experience shower; as well as the Mediterranean-style pool and jacuzzi, bi-level fitness center and complimentary valet parking. To book, go to


Brunch on the roof of The Beverly Hilton

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills and The Beverly Hilton

It would be an understatement to say that the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills has a lot to offer moms this year. The Astor Ballroom will feature a grand buffet brunch with live music. Acclaimed Chef Steve Benjamin and the culinary team will present multiple chef-led food stations featuring fresh seafood, a sushi bar, meat carving, an assortment of sweets, along with a mimosa and Bloody Mary bar. The first seating is at 11 a.m. and second seating is at 2 p.m. Prices start at $165 for adults and $60 for children under 12. For reservations, visit

Also at the Waldorf Astoria, Espelette will celebrate with a three-course, farm-to-table and land-to-sea chef’s curated brunch menu from noon to 4 p.m. Prices start at $135 for adults and $55 for children under 12. For reservations visit

Meanwhile, in the lobby, Mother’s Day Afternoon High Tea is available throughout the month of May on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. It features an exclusive TEALEAVES tea blend crafted for mom’s big day, along with Champagne from Veuve Clicquot and live music. From $110 per person, you can make reservations at


The Waldorf Astoria Spa

On the beauty side, acclaimed British facialist, Adeela Crown launches an exclusive residency at the hotel’s La Prairie Spa from May 10-24. The celebrity facialist will bring her customized luxe treatments to the five-star spa with a menu of new treatment options incorporating La Prairie products. Guests can choose one of the popular facials, including White Caviar, Gold Radiance and Platinum Rare, to be performed by Crown herself in the hotel’s spa, which is the only La Prairie Spa in Southern California.  Reservations are by appointment only and can be made by emailing

Next door at The Beverly Hilton, spectacular views are on the Mother’s Day brunch menu. The venue is Circa 55, now located on the hotel’s rooftop. The expansive menu offers a wide selection of classic favorites and specialty stations from build-your-own omelet to sushi or sweet and savory beignets. Available on May 12 only from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The price is $155+ per person and $60 for children 12 and under. For reservations visit

Hotel Bel-Air and The Beverly Hills Hotel

It’s always a treat to walk over the bridge across a swan-filled pond for a tucked-away meal on the patio, or by the fireplace of The Restaurant at Hotel Bel-Air. New Culinary Director Joe Garcia, whose background includes Bicyclette and The French Laundry, is crafting a menu of modern California cuisine with an influence from the Mediterranean. Available Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the weekend brunch menu includes classics such as huevos rancheros and buttermilk blueberry pancakes. 

Just a stone’s throw from the dining room, treat mom to an afternoon of relaxation at The Spa. A new Oxylight facial is designed to transform skin one session, using Valmont products combined with LED, oxygen, microcurrent, resurfacing and ultrasound. The treatment is $850 for 90 minutes. 

At sister property The Beverly Hills Hotel, there is also exciting new food news. Chef Ashley James has returned to Los Angeles and is now the culinary director at the hotel. Expect a special prix fixe menu for lunch and dinner at the Polo Lounge on Mother’s Day. The price is $240 per person, and menu highlights include zucchini blossom veloute soup, Maine lobster risotto, and mushroom, spinach-baked lasagna to name a few standouts. 

You can also treat mom to a Marilyn Monroe massage in the hotel spa featuring CBD products and Himalayan salt stones, priced at $500 for 90 minutes. To book any of the experiences above, visit 


Lumière at Fairmont Century Plaza

Fairmont Century Plaza

The Fairmont Century Plaza will celebrate mothers throughout May beginning with a brunch on May 12 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the French brasserie, Lumière. Menu highlights will include avocado toast, buttermilk pancakes, shakshuka and chicken and waffles. In addition to the à la carte menu, the brunch will feature gratitude stations for moms including flower crowns, tarot reading and a watercolorist. For reservations visit, 

The hotel’s award-winning Spa will offer numerous Mother’s Day treatments throughout the month of May. Options for mom include a “Moment for Me” massage, a “Matahari Mom” massage and facial, the “Goddess Treatment” massage, and a “Mani. Pedi. Mama.” Book at 

More Dining Options Around Town

If you have a day of shopping planned on Rodeo Drive, Gucci Osteria Beverly Hills will offer a special Mother’s Day Brunch on May 12. Priced at $145 per person, the experience will feature four distinct courses composed of standout dishes such as spinach-filled crepe with bechamel, crispy pancetta and sage, crispy enoki mushroom with seaweed aioli and bubu arare, and a Monte Bianco pavlova with chestnut, rum and chocolate. And, do not skip the Champagne cart. For reservations visit

Ocean Prime on Wilshire Boulevard only offers brunch three times a year and Mother’s Day is one of those special occasions. The team wants to offer a toast to all the mother figures who raised us. Opening at 11 a.m., the brunch menu at the surf and turf eatery will feature crabcake eggs Benedict, brioche French toast and smoked salmon latke. To pair with the sweet and savory brunch menu, specialty cocktails include a dragon fruit mojito, mango tequila sour or classic Bloody Mary. Make reservations at

On Canon Drive, Mastro’s Mother’s Day special includes a brunch with an iced seafood tower, steak-carving station, live entertainment and a decadent dessert display. The brunch is only offered on May 12 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The price is $135 per person, and reservations can be made at 

Beverly Hills’ only Mexican steakhouse, The Hideaway, will offer a three-course menu for $85 per person from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. on Mother’s Day. Favorite offerings include the tuna tartare pequenitos and pescado zarandeado, as well as one-day-only specials, such as cured salmon potato tostaditas, honey-baked ham and eggs Benedict, and guava cream French toast. Make reservations at


The facial at Modern Esthetics

More Beauty in Beverly Hills

Modern Esthetics on Canon Drive is a family-owned, cheerful and convenient day spa that features cutting-edge modern medispa treatments. They also specialize in bespoke facials by French skincare brand Biologique Recherche ($250 for 60 minutes) or Keravive for a scalp hydrofacial. Either one would be a great idea to gift mom this year. The spa is open Tuesday-Saturday, and reservations are available at 

After a recent star-studded launch party at the rooftop spa at the Waldorf Astoria, celebrity dermatologist Dr. Ava Shambam has launched Althea Skin, a new brand that has targeted skincare through research on circadian rhythm and clock genes. The Cara is the next-gen beauty device designed to help absorb the products into your face and neck. To book an appointment at her Santa Monica Boulevard office, visit

For a pampering foot massage right on Beverly Drive, BAO Foot Spa specializes in foot reflexology with treatments utilizing this ancient Chinese art. The result will increase blood flow and rejuvenate the nerves all over your body. Prices start at $40 for 30 minutes. To book, visit 

For an elevated nail salon experience, make plans to visit Townhouse with your mom when it officially opens on May 23. Launched by Juanita Huber-Millet, founder of the “5-star nail service” in London, the brand’s flagship U.S. location will be in Beverly Hills just off Rodeo Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard. 

With 40 locations currently open in the U.K., celebrity fans of Townhouse include Margot Robbie, Drake, Kim Cattrall and Emilia Clarke. This upscale salon features everything from hard gel extensions to nail art and more. “When it comes to nails, in the beauty industry, we have been left behind,” Huber-Millet told the Courier.  

The nail brand plans to revolutionize the U.S. industry with its “better for you” products, the latest technology, and offering European-style benefits (including 28-day paid holidays) for their staff to truly nurture their craft and growth.  But, the best part might just be, as part of the “Flawless Finish Guarantee,” if your gel manicure is damaged within 7 days, it will be fixed for free. Also, look for future collaborations with brands such as Chanel and Givenchy. Manicure prices start at $54, and appointments are available now at 

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