Beverly Hills is known the world over for unparalleled luxury, service and five-star accommodations, but there is truly something to love about the city for everyone and every interest! Enjoy our list of 50 free things to do in Beverly Hills.
Beverly Hills is a playground of the stars and our chefs in the kitchen are just as famous. Ranging from exquisite five-star rated restaurants to quaint local favorites, the city holds many places to enjoy a meal prepared by some of the world’s most renowned restaurateurs.
While Beverly Hills is most known for shopping, dining and the celebrities who regularly enjoy the two, many are surprised to learn that the city is overflowing with art, architecture and cultural attractions.
If you think roses are nice, but a glass of merlot is even better, we have a date night for you! With sophisticated happy hours, candlelit dinners and a moonlit stroll through the European-inspired setting of Two Rodeo, let this itinerary be your guide to a foodie’s date night out in Beverly Hills.
2020 will mark the 30th anniversary for the beloved romantic comedy, Pretty Woman, and 25th anniversary of the iconic cult classic, Clueless. Below are original scenes we revisit to relive these films' most memorable moments in Beverly Hills.
She plays dress-up with your clothes, tries on your lipstick and when she grows up, she wants to be just like you. Treat your daughter to a Mommy & Me day in Beverly Hills and share new memories with this guide to a special day with your favorite little one.
Beverly Hills is known around the world as one of the most fashionable places to shop. In the heart of it all sits Rodeo Drive – undeniably one of the most famous streets on the globe. With more than 100 world-renowned stores and hotels comprising its three magnificent blocks within the Golden Triangle, it is easy to become lost in the street's splendor and charm. There are, however, several highlights that are not to be missed.