Beverly Hills Travel Guide

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It’s a cliché, but it’s also true. The streets are filled with Bentleys and Ferraris. There are drop-dead gorgeous women walking French poodles with diamond collars worth more than most people. It’s fake but very real.

Rodeo Drive is only a few blocks long and perhaps not as ritzy and unique as it once was, but  it is still the embodiment of the leisure life. There is, of course, more shopping everywhere, including a Barney’s across from Rodeo. There are less discreet 5-star hotels right on Wilshire Boulevard (like the Regent Beverly Wilshire, as seen in the film Pretty Woman) and more discreet 5-star hotels closer to the mountain range – too many to name. The Merv Griffin Beverly Hills Hilton is nearby, where the Golden Globes are held every year.

Above Santa Monica Blvd are where the mansions start. Buy a star map to catch some older star homes.

In the mid-Wilshire area are the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the well known George C. Page Museum of La Brea Discoveries and the La Brea Tar Pits.

Got your sights set on the stars? Beverly Hills and nearby West Hollywood are studded with celebrity-owned and frequented cafés, clubs, and restaurants. The stars might just come out at night, so keep a camera handy.


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