If shopping is your thing, you'll find no finer place to purchase the best of everything than Beverly Hills. Architecture, art, and lovely public parts all make this a special place to visit and stay. If you find accommodations that are close to everything, you can park your car and walk around to dine, shop, and see the town.
Beverly Hills Events include Music in the Mansion, Shakespeare in the Park and the elegant Greystone Mansion Councours d'Elegance.
From specialty teas imported from Japan, to a selection of the best cheeses you can find at The Cheese Shop in Beverly Hills, quality has its name on most of what you find there.
As a tourist attraction, everybody wants to wander in Beverly Hills along Rodeo Drive, much like they need to visit Hollywood & Highland with Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
A couple highlights in addition to shopping and gourmet dining include the Beverly Hills Trolley allows visitors to see Lives of Rich and Famous on the Cheap in an affordable narrated ride around the city telling you the background stories of the celebrities, and the Beverly Hills City Hall. It is uniquely adorned with colorful paint, and its architecture is a stand-out.
Hotels live up to their reputation and expectations in Beverly Hills. Three four star properties and a five (best) in one city of its size is somewhat rare. Beverly Hills likes to cater to the rich & famous crowd, and makes their lives comfortable by offering amenities that may be expensive, but appeal to those who find that money isn't a concern.
Affordable "digs" such as the Crescent Hotel offer a restful sleep, great location close to everything, and on location restaurant service. If you plan to spend a night on the town, Crescent Hotel is a great overnight stay.
Le Pain Quotidien 9630 S Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 By Rodeo Drive
Cheesecake Factory 2 West Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91101