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Cuddle Up with Snacks from WP24 by Wolfgang Puck, Holiday Movies, and Festive Décor

LOS ANGELES, CA — Nov. 6, 2017 – The weather in Los Angeles never gets truly frightful, which makes the “Cozy Cabanas” at The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles a delightful escape for the holiday season. Available throughout the month of December, hotel guests and locals are invited to snuggle up and celebrate the season with a special menu from WP24 by Wolfgang Puck served within a festively decorated cabana. 

Each Cozy Cabana will be decked out in refined and nostalgic holiday attire, including a twinkling tree, fluffy blankets, playful pillows and other festive flair. Throughout the night, a dedicated cabana butler will serve savory and sweet snacks accompanied by holiday punch from WP24 by Wolfgang Puck. A choice of classic holiday films will be available for guests to select and view, along with optional activities such as cookie decorating and holiday crafting.

The Cozy Cabana Package starts at $300 per two guests and includes the following:

  • Selection of dim sum such as spring rolls, bao buns, beef puffs and dumplings; followed by a dessert basket featuring seasonal treats
  • Two glasses of holiday punch per guest
  • Selection of seasonal movies to view within the cabana while dining; including Elf, Miracle on 34th Street, A Christmas Carol, Home Alone, Scrooged and more.
  • Holiday décor to enjoy while dining
  • Optional add-on activities including holiday cookie decorating, gourmet hot chocolate bar and holiday craft packets, at an additional cost

Cozy Cabanas are offered Tuesday – Saturday throughout the month of December, based on availability, with 72-hour notice. For more information and reservations, please contact the WP24 hostess at 213-743-8824.

Typically reserved exclusively for registered hotel guests, the 26th floor rooftop terrace is only open to outside visitors during special programming such as Summer Movies and Cozy Cabanas. The deck overlooks the downtown Los Angeles skyline and features views of the iconic landmarks such as the Hollywood Sign and Griffith Observatory.