Beverly Hills, CA

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As you walk along Rodeo Drive or explore its stately mansions, it is easy to see why celebrities continue to flock to this glamorous city in southern California.

For the definitive Hollywood experience, visit Beverly Hills. This Californian city, known as the playground of the rich and famous, is as celebrated for its residents as it is for its things to see and do.

Before it was incorporated in 1914, Beverly Hills was a Spanish ranch and lima bean farm. By the time Hollywood’s Golden Age kicked off in the late 1920s, it had become a hub for celebrities. Commonly called “90210” after its most celebrated zip code, it continues to shine with star power today.

Many people make a first stop at Rodeo Drive. This area, including the adjoining pedestrian street, Two Rodeo, is synonymous with high-end shopping. Even if you just want to window shop, it is an exciting experience to browse the luxurious fashion, jewelry and other wares on display.

Visit the hilly region north of Sunset Boulevard to see spectacular mansions, although the closest you will get to most of them is a glimpse through the front gates. Greystone Mansion and Park, however, gives visitors the opportunity to tour one of these estates. You will probably recognize parts of the house and garden, which have been the set for dozens of films and television shows.

Beverly Hills is home to some of the world’s most decadent restaurants. Splurge at Mr. Chow or Spago or eat at one of the many reasonably priced dining areas.

If you want to truly vacation in the lap of luxury, stay in one of the city’s fabled hotels. Establishments like the Beverly Hills Hotel and the Beverly Wilshire have long been a home away from home for celebrities.

One of the best ways to explore Beverly Hills is to just meander its streets. Southern California is sunny and warm throughout the year, so stroll around downtown or take a tour of its most famous houses. Stay alert and you may see a famous face or two!

Downtown Beverly Hills is very walkable, but if you want to explore the hills, consider bringing a car or joining a tour. Traffic permitting, drive to Los Angeles from Beverly Hills in less than 45 minutes.

As you walk along Rodeo Drive or explore its stately mansions, it is easy to see why celebrities continue to flock to this glamorous city in southern California.

For the definitive Hollywood experience, visit Beverly Hills. This Californian city, known as the playground of the rich and famous, is as celebrated for its residents as it is for its things to see and do. 

Before it was incorporated in 1914, Beverly Hills was a Spanish ranch and lima bean farm. By the time Hollywood’s Golden Age kicked off in the late 1920s, it had become a hub for celebrities. Commonly called “90210” after its most celebrated zip code, it continues to shine with star power today. 

Many people make a first stop at Rodeo Drive. This area, including the adjoining pedestrian street, Two Rodeo, is synonymous with high-end shopping. Even if you just want to window shop, it is an exciting experience to browse the luxurious fashion, jewelry and other wares on display. 

Visit the hilly region north of Sunset Boulevard to see spectacular mansions, although the closest you will get to most of them is a glimpse through the front gates. Greystone Mansion and Park, however, gives visitors the opportunity to tour one of these estates. You will probably recognize parts of the house and garden, which have been the set for dozens of films and television shows.

Beverly Hills is home to some of the world’s most decadent restaurants. Splurge at Mr. Chow or Spago or eat at one of the many reasonably priced dining areas. 

If you want to truly vacation in the lap of luxury, stay in one of the city’s fabled hotels. Establishments like the Beverly Hills Hotel and the Beverly Wilshire have long been a home away from home for celebrities.

One of the best ways to explore Beverly Hills is to just meander its streets. Southern California is sunny and warm throughout the year, so stroll around downtown or take a tour of its most famous houses. Stay alert and you may see a famous face or two!

Downtown Beverly Hills is very walkable, but if you want to explore the hills, consider bringing a car or joining a tour. Traffic permitting, drive to Los Angeles from Beverly Hills in less than 45 minutes.

Maison 140
Maison 140
3.5 out of 5
140 S. Lasky Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, 90212
The price is NT$5,620 per night from Jul 3 to Jul 4
Stay at this 3.5-star boutique hotel in Beverly Hills. Enjoy free WiFi, onsite parking, and a 24-hour front desk. Our guests praise the helpful staff and the ...
3.8/5 Good! (990 reviews)
"Friendly staff, bathroom or shower was very small would be my only complaint. Walking distance to eat was good. Pretty area!"

Reviewed on 2022/6/13

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The Beverly Hilton
The Beverly Hilton
4 out of 5
9876 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA, 90210
The price is NT$12,519 per night from Jul 3 to Jul 4
Stay at this 4-star business-friendly hotel in Beverly Hills. Enjoy free WiFi, 2 restaurants, and 4 bars/lounges. Our guests praise the breakfast and the pool ...
4.2/5 Very Good! (980 reviews)
"Great place"

Reviewed on 2022/6/14

The Beverly Hilton
The Beverly Hills Hotel
The Beverly Hills Hotel
5 out of 5
9641 Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA, 90210
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NT$28,993 per night from Jul 17 to Jul 18
Stay at this 5-star luxury hotel in Beverly Hills. Enjoy free WiFi, 2 restaurants, and a full-service spa. Our guests praise the helpful staff and the comfy ...
4.8/5 Exceptional! (650 reviews)
"Stunning property, well situated, incredibly attentive staff. Clean and modern with an absolute nod to the history and nostalgia."

Reviewed on 2022/6/11

The Beverly Hills Hotel
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AKA Beverly Hills
AKA Beverly Hills
4 out of 5
155 N Crescent Dr, Beverly Hills, CA, 90210
Stay at this 4-star spa aparthotel in Beverly Hills. Enjoy free WiFi, a full-service spa, and room service. Our guests praise the family amenities in our reviews. ...
4.3/5 Excellent! (4 reviews)
Great space for a DIY stay
"The space is ample and great for a family - full well stocked kitchen, dining room and living room. Almost no hotel services. No room service, maid service included only once per week, free morning coffee/tea but no other food available (not even fruit). The valet staff were very personable but not ..."

Reviewed on 2019/3/1

AKA Beverly Hills
Villa Robmar
Villa Robmar
4 out of 5
1441 Robmar Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, 90210
Stay at this 4-star cottage in Beverly Hills. Enjoy free WiFi, free valet parking, and an outdoor pool. Popular attractions Rodeo Drive and Sunset Strip are ...
Villa Robmar
Villa Medi
Villa Medi
4 out of 5
1124 Marilyn Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, 90210
Stay at this 4-star villa in Beverly Hills. Enjoy free WiFi, free parking, and private pools. Popular attractions Rodeo Drive and Sunset Strip are located nearby. ...
Villa Medi
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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