Beverly Hills


Beverly Hills’ iconic hotels need no introduction. They have been recognized across the globe for their high-profile clientele, award-winning service, lavishly decorated guest rooms and legendary poolside cabanas.

Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel

Located at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and famed Rodeo Drive, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, lies in the heart of Beverly Hills. Designed in an Italian Renaissance style, the hotel has hosted celebrities, presidents and foreign dignitaries, making it the preferred site for an endless array of social and political events.

Designed in an Italian Renaissance style, the hotel has hosted celebrities, presidents, and foreign dignitaries, and is the preferred site for an endless array of social and political events.

The Beverly Hills Hotel

The Beverly Hills Hotel offers the glamorous ambiance of Hollywood's Golden Age. Set on 12 lush acres of beautifully landscaped property, this Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond hotel has been a celebrity hot spot since its opening in 1912. The fabled hotel continues to welcome celebrities, royalty, and leaders from around the world, with luxurious accommodations, exemplary service, and unrivaled beauty. Frequented by generations of film industry icons from Marilyn Monroe to Elizabeth Taylor, The Beverly Hills Hotel offers 210 guest rooms and suites, including their legendary bungalows.

The Beverly Hilton

Opened in 1955 by Conrad Hilton, The Beverly Hilton combines the excitement of Hollywood with the prestige of Beverly Hills. The hotel’s guest rooms evoke the best of relaxed California living, including suites with panoramic city views, and inviting indoor-outdoor living spaces. The Beverly Hilton hosts over 150 red carpet events each year, including the Golden Globes, which it has hosted since 1961.

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

The Peninsula Beverly Hills, known for its prestigious Forbes Five-Star rating and AAA Diamond Award for over 25 consecutive years (more than any other hotel in the city), is home to a selection of restaurants, including the elegant Belvedere—the only Forbes Five Star restaurant in Los Angeles—The Rooftop Garden, and The Living Room, where the legendary Peninsula Afternoon Tea is served daily.




Start the day with healthy, yet hearty fare diner-style at The Nosh of Beverly Hills, Mickey Fine Grill or Nate 'n Al Delicatessen, three longtime local favorites.

Lace up your sneakers for a walk to admire the sculptures in Beverly Gardens Park and remember to stop for a photo at the century-old Beverly Hills Sign and Lily Pond! This city landmark continues to draw thousands of tourists each year for the quintessential Beverly Hills travel photo. Watch the Electric Fountain come alive with varying light and water patterns. Look familiar? The fountain has made appearances in the movie Clueless and the Go-Go's “Our Lips Are Sealed” music video.

Head back down Rodeo for Rodeo Drive's Walk of Style. Honored designers, models and other fashion legends have a plaque embedded in the sidewalk with their name, a quote and their autograph. 


If the long trek has left you famished, savor a quick bite at a local favorite, Walter's Cafe, or have a power-lunch at hot spot The Grill on the Alley. Other local favorites include Circa 55, Il Pastaio and The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel.

Rodeo Drive’s unrivaled shopping options have solidified their status as one of the most popular destinations in Los Angeles. With over 100 boutiques offering the finest in fashion apparel, handbags, shoes, home accessories, jewelry and more, shoppers can find almost anything within these three famed blocks. Not to be missed are the flagship stores on Rodeo Drive featuring brands such as: House of Bijan, Chanel, Hermès, CartierCreed, Dior, Louis Vuitton and Prada.

For a fresh, homemade treat, head over to Edelweiss, beloved for its handmade chocolates and hand-dipped candies. If you’re craving something savory, try La Patisserie Artistique or La Provence Patisserie. Need a bit more of a boost? Brighton Coffee Shop, The Fountain Coffee Shop at The Beverly Hills Hotel or Afternoon tea at The Living Room at The Peninsula Beverly Hills all offer a wide array of savory and sweet.

Don’t forget to take some time to pamper yourself before dinner. Whether you’re treating yourself to a mani/pedi, a soothing massage or a rejuvenating body therapy, Beverly Hills has world-class spas that offer the very best in pampering services. There's The Beverly Hills Hotel Spa, Spa at Beverly Wilshire or The Peninsula Spa at The Peninsula Beverly Hills, to name a few.


Thoroughly rested, enjoy fine dining at one of Beverly Hills’ renowned restaurants such as Mr. Chow or Spago, Wolfgang Puck’s flagship eatery. If you are looking for something exclusive, Urasawa is the place to be—one of the most exclusive and expensive sushi restaurants in the United States - where you will experience the most creative Japanese cuisine anywhere. Prime rib dinners are prepared to perfection at long term resident Lawry's The Prime Rib, or for a garlic-infused menu, The Stinking Rose is the perfect spot to dine and people watch.