Old Hollywood glamour lives on at the historic Art Deco hotel established in 1933. I was completely captivated  and carried back in time! 

In the late 1930’s, the Hollywood elite flocked to the beach to escape the valley heat, and The Georgian Hotel’s popularity grew. As time passed, the basement restaurant of this gorgeous Santa Monica hotel earned a great deal of attention. One of the last strongholds of the Prohibition Era and considered a  Speakeasy, the Georgian hosted dozens of film stars, industry moguls and a few notorious. “Bugsy” Siegel, Clark Gable, Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle, and Carole Lombard. Later, Rose Kennedy, (JFK’s mother) would spend her summers at The Georgian entertaining Hollywood royalty and journalists in the hotel lobby. 

Great food, service, and ambiance…this is a California treasure! :-D <3 

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