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The Polo Lounge (Los Angeles)

The Polo Lounge has been a hotspot for Hollywood’s rich and famous since it opened in 1941 in the Beverly Hills Hotel, attracting the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin, and Marlene Dietrich. The booths inside the green-and-white dining room are the place to see and be seen, or guests can enjoy the famous McCarthy salad on the elegant bougainvillea-covered terrace. A redesign in 2012 came courtesy of Tihany Design, which brought a fresh new look to the historic space.

14 of the Best-Designed Hotel Restaurants in the U.S.

From Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, these hotels have recruited top designers and firms, such as Roman and Williams, Jacques Garcia, and Martyn Lawrence Bullard, to create spaces that are as memorable as the cuisine

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest