Where to Find 2-Hour Free Parking in Beverly Hills
Visitors will arguably find no better shopping and dining in the world than within the nearly six-square-miles that make up Beverly Hills. In a city synonymous with wealth, parking is surprisingly affordable and plentiful in the Golden Triangle, with several parking lots offering free 2-hour parking.
438 North Beverly Drive
Park your car in the underground garage at 438 N. Beverly Drive and then indulge in the nearby restaurants and shops. Sample a creamy brie at the nearby Cheese Store of Beverly Hills and learn what makes Parmigiana-Reggiana special. Pick up a block of rich Gruyere to go, then walk across the street and take a seat at Beverly Hills’ most famous deli, Nate 'n Al's. Order a corned beef on rye and with a full stomach, walk a short distance to TASCHEN, an eye-catching contemporary gallery and bookstore, and explore its top-end Collector’s Editions, Art Editions and Prints.
439 North Canon Drive
Take time to pamper both yourself and your pet after you conveniently park your car at 439 N. Canon Drive. Located above this free parking structure is a deluxe menu of spa treatments for you at Thibiant Beverly Hills, and around the corner, a full pet-grooming salon and boutique at Pussy and Pooch. Round out this treat-yourself kind of afternoon with exquisitely handmade—and beautifully packaged—sweet treats from Edelweiss Chocolates and world-class wines and spirits at Héritage Fine Wines.
345 North Beverly Drive
Parking at 345 N. Beverly Drive sets you up to shop till you drop! Pop out of the garage next door to GEARYS flagship store for fine home decor and gifts, then jet across the street and marvel at the exceptional craftsmanship on every handbag at Perrin Paris, one of only two locations in the U.S. No doubt your new designer bag pairs well with chunky ankle boots from Sam Edelman next door. Feeling tired yet? Don’t forget to fuel up at nearby Nespresso Cafe & Boutique with an espresso and macaron.
242 North Beverly Drive
242 N. Beverly Drive is the perfect place to park if you’re in the mood for a relaxing day outdoors. With the lush landscape of Beverly Cañon Gardens just steps away, a picnic blanket and book are all you need to complete a perfect afternoon. Once you’ve soaked in enough sunshine, duck into The Garden Bar, located at the south end of the courtyard, for small bites and sweets.
241 North Canon Drive
If your Friday night includes early dining at one of Beverly Hills’ spectacular restaurants, park before 6pm at 241 N. Canon Drive to qualify for free two-hour parking. Splurge on the signature Palm Surf n’ Turf at The Palm Restaurant, indulge your craving for traditional Sicilian cuisine at Via Alloro or surrender your palate to Chef Nozawa at Sugarfish by ordering the aptly named “Trust Me” pre-fixe option, featuring impeccably prepared sushi.
9510 Brighton Way
No Beverly Hills shopping trip is complete without a jaunt down the famed Rodeo Drive. Take advantage of the free parking at 9510 Brighton Way, then head to the luxury retailers nearby. Perhaps your dining room could use a makeover with fine silver flatware from Christofle? Or revamp your closet with a stunning little black dress from Chanel or a suit by Roberto Cavalli in a signature exotic print.
If your wardrobe doesn’t need the upgrade, consider spoiling yourself with a statement piece from David Yurman, Cartier or Bulgari Jewels—all top names in jewelry and timepieces, and all located within steps of convenient parking.
Two Rodeo Drive
Two Rodeo Drive shopping mall in Beverly Hills is a charming addition of this famous street. Designed to mirror an upscale European alleyway, the cobbled high-end shopping plaza also features two-hour free valet parking and the hippest boutiques, including Jimmy Choo’s first location. Head to 208 Rodeo Restaurant, an inviting white-tablecloth bistro offering fine al fresco patio dining with a quintessential Beverly Hills view. Bring home a sweet treat from Ladurée, a traditional French bakery and tea room serving legendary Parisian-style macarons.
Published: March 24, 2017