Those deemed to not reach the California club's standard - which is decided by a panel of judges - will be ejected from the bar.Managing director of Beautiful Greg Hodge says that they are just following the site's users' wishes, as they are apparently tired of going on nights out surrounded by people they don't consider pretty enough.
Hodge says: “Wealth is a strong factor of perceived attractiveness – especially with women.
"We see this mirrored through the site’s rating system where men who exude wealth and success in their images, but who may not be that attractive, are often voted in.
In contrast, two-thirds of Swedish men and a whopping three-quarters of Norwegian women are approved.
As if being able to date a bunch of hotties wasn’t enough of a come-on, promises that those few who get in will get access to “glamorous parties, a jet-set global network” and “potential contracts from top modeling agencies”.
The sensitive data of 1.1 million users of dating website Beautiful has allegedly been leaked online and is being sold, according to a report by Forbes.
This data includes names, addresses, sexual preference, relationship status, phone numbers, email addresses and even private messages.
Out of town guests will also be able to avail themselves of a discounted helicopter ride to a helipad close to the bar.
The well-stocked bar will, in addition to a full range of spirits, wines and champagnes, serve “beauty cocktails” containing ingredients such as aloe vera, coconut water, bee pollen and avocado and that are said to keep you looking your best, as well as healthy green juices blended on the spot.
What if you went on a dating website and every single person on there was a stunner?