Luxury Weekend in Beverly Hills

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  • Los Angeles

  • California

  • City Travel

  • Luxury Travel

  • Beach Town

  • Entertainment

  • Shopping

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Curator’s statement

Visiting Beverly Hills makes you feel like a celebrity. Walk down Rodeo Drive for shopping and then head to West Hollywood for nightlife. After you have your spotlight moments, you also can hit up Santa Monica to visit the beach or visit some museums to bring you back to Earth. Whatever your cup of tea is, you'll have plenty of activities for a fun-filled luxurious weekend in Beverly Hills.

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Where to stay in Beverly Hills

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

Endlessly glamorous Golden Triangle hotel where the Jean-Georges restaurant and rooftop pool are just two of the many highlights.

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Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel

Luxury hotel from 1928 on Rodeo Drive with elegant rooms.

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The Maybourne Beverly Hills

Sophisticated hotel in the Beverly Hills neighborhood of LA with boutique rooms.

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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

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Things to do in Beverly Hills

A boulevard with buildings and palm trees around.


Rodeo Drive! Shop til you drop! See the famous luxury shops in action.

The Grove- outside of Beverly Hills, a smaller shopping mall that is decorated super cute. I have seen a lot of celebrities here!

Westfield Century City- If Rodeo has taken most of your wallet, the Westfield Century City will have stores that are more commonly seen at malls. But, a fancy one at that.

Melrose- Walk down streets in Melrose for boutique shops, and cute places to grab a bite.

Hiking + Beach:

Santa Monica Beach- check out the boardwalk for carnival games and rides, or catch the sun on the beachfront.

Runyon Canyon Loop- It's a great place to see celebrities, pet dogs and on a clear day Runyon will give you sweeping views from Catalina Island to the Santa Monica Mountains.


The Getty- take the tram up to the beautiful museum on the top of a hill. Spend a few hours looking at the exhibits and take in the amazing architecture.

LACMA- see the the largest art museum in the western United States

Places to eat & drink in Beverly Hills

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The Rooftop at JG- rooftop, a perfect place for brunch in Beverly Hills

The Terrace at the Maybourne- have a nice brunch here overlooking gardens surrounded by European architecture.

The Belvedere- European Brasserie where classic French meets Southern California Luxury located in the Peninsula Hotel

Laurel Hardware- in neighboring WeHo, it's a hip American farm-to-table restaurant in former hardware store. Come for food and cocktails

Crustacean- upscale creative Vietnamese fare

Coffee and Light Bites:

Urth Caffe- With outposts in Beverly Hills, Melrose and Santa Monica, if you need a light bite or some coffee, Urth is the perfect place!


The Roof at EDITION- my personal fav, love the views, vibe and drinks. One of the best rooftops I've ever been to.

Skybar at the Mondrian- love the aesthetic of the pool and views!

Need to Know

Looking for more travel inspiration? Check out my guide, Urban Luxury at Boston's Four Seasons One Dalton Street.

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