Beverly Hills, a neighborhood full of mansions and celebrities, is synonymous with luxury. If you’re visiting Beverly Hills, don’t miss these high-end, luxurious places and activities while you’re here!
1. Shop on Rodeo Drive
If you’re an avid luxury fashion shopper, visit Rodeo Drive, one of the best places on the planet for buying luxury goods. There are a number of high-end luxury shops such as Brooks Brothers, Bulgari, Cartier, and Burberry. World-renowned for its luxury fashion stores, Rodeo Drive also contains a number of night-clubs and restaurants. Be sure to spend a day shopping and dining here while you’re in town.
2. Take a Trip Down Mulholland Drive
If you’re a fan of breathtaking views and scenery, Mulholland Drive offers stunning scenes of LA’s entirety. Take a drive through the Hollywood Hills and enjoy the lavish mansions in the area. A great place to catch the sunset or spend some time outside, Mulholland Drive is one of the best, most beautiful areas of the entire city. Take some time to explore this luxury neighborhood and steal a view from the hills.
3. Explore the Paley Center for Media
The Paley Center for Media houses the most extensive collection of costumes, video clips, sets, and props from classic television shows, from old black and white soap operas to 80s sitcoms, and everything in between. You can watch anything in the museum’s extensive video libraries, including full episodes of classic television shows. There is also a big screen theater that has a daily offering of classic shows. And, there are a number of special events, forums, and panels with former and current television stars. Check out the museum website to learn more about exhibit offerings and upcoming events.
4. Visit the Academy
The Oscar is the most prestigious award in show business. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the group that awards the Oscars annually, is located in Beverly Hills. You can visit the Academy’s luxurious grand lobby, Tuesday through Sunday. The Academy often rotate and update a number of exhibits. Occasionally, the Academy also hosts public events and screenings. You can find out about more about the exhibits and public events here.
5. Check Out the Robinson Estate
Beverly Hills is world-renowned for its mansions. The Robinson Estate was the first mansion built in the Beverly Hills neighborhood in 1911. The mansion sits on six acres of land. It includes gardens and a large pool area. You can visit this monument of luxury and explore the grounds and gardens.
If you’re coming to Beverly Hills, make sure that you do it right. There is no reason to stay in a hotel when you can stay in luxury mansion rentals—that’s what Beverly Hills is all about.