Luxe Top 10 Beverly Hills Attractions
The Best of Hollywood, LA and Beyond
1. Rodeo Drive/Beverly Hills
The cutting edge of high-end fashion awaits literally outside your front door! The world's finest collection of boutiques and designer stores fuel the fire that is Beverly Hills. The Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel in Beverly Hills is nestled between Michael Kors and Valentino, in the heart of the world’s most renowned shopping district.
2. Museum Row
Just minutes from the hotel sits LA’s historic “Museum Row.” Situated on Wilshire Boulevard's Miracle Mile, you'll find the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Peterson Automotive Museum, The George C. Page Museum of La Brea discoveries and the La Brea Tar Pits. Adjacent to Museum Row is the famed Third Street Farmers' Market featuring “The Grove,” its newest outdoor mall with specialty shops and entertainment.
3. The Getty Center
1200 Getty Center Drive
Los Angeles, CA
The stunning Richard Meier-designed facility houses major collections from around the world and boasts a stunning view of the city and coastline. Park below and take their shuttle up to this expansive assortment of aesthetic goods, considered one of the foremost Beverly Hills attractions.
4. Santa Monica
Stroll along the famous Santa Monica Pier with its iconic Ferris wheel and local fishermen. Walk along the boardwalk at the beach and check out beach bum surfers and breakneck roller bladers. Spend an afternoon meandering through the shops along the Third Street Promenade and Montana Avenue.
5. Downtown Los Angeles
Catch a game at The Staples Center or Dodger Stadium. Visit historic Olvera Street, famous for its mariachis and authentic Mexican food and items, or shop for bargains in the nearby Garment District. Later see a show at The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion or the new Walt Disney Concert Hall. Downtown Los Angeles is truly the hallmark of LA’s incredible diversity.
Visit the Walk of Fame or The Hollywood Wax Museum, Mann's Chinese Theater, the Ripley's Museum or just enjoy a stroll around the new shopping complex at Hollywood and Highland. Hollywood is the entertainment business’ capital, so don’t be surprised if you should pass by your favorite star, or at least their designated star engraved permanently in the street. Hollywood is known for its shopping by day and its club and bar scene by night.
7. Avenues of Art and Design
Melrose Avenue, Robertson Boulevard, and La Cienega Boulevard are mentioned on any Beverly Hills travel guide for their art galleries, design boutiques and shops. The Pacific Design Center is open to the public and visitors are welcome to browse the international showrooms. The MOCA has a Westside location on the west corner of the PDC. It is open Tuesday through Sunday.
8. The PaleyCenter for Media
465 N. Beverly Drive
Beverly Hills, CA90210
See exhibits from your favorite performers, movies and television shows at the Paley Center, located on Santa Monica Boulevard, several blocks from the hotel.
1313 S Harbor Boulevard
Visit the happiest place on earth! Mickey, Minnie and the gang are all waiting in Anaheim, within driving distance of Luxe Rodeo Drive. Disneyland is a California institution and a must-visit attraction for family travelers.
10. Universal Studios
100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA
Tour the world-famous studio. Experience the amazing rides and stroll along the newly updated Universal CityWalk Hollywood for a souvenir, movie, or a bite to eat.