Who hasn't heard of Beverly Hills? It is undeniably, an extremely high-end neighbourhood in the West. Extravagant indulgence in this immaculate city entices those who relish life sumptuously. Its commercial streets are filled with exclusive boutiques and sophisticated shoppers. Here are some places which you should not miss while visiting Beverly Hills:
The Beverly Wilshire
It is located at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and famed Rodeo Drive, in the heart of Beverly Hills. Designed in an Italian Renaissance style with the European influence, this hotel has hosted celebrities, presidents and foreign dignitaries and is the preferred site for an endless array of social and political events.
The Cupcake ATM
Gratify your taste buds and swing by the world’s first Cupcake ATM nestled between Sprinkles Cupcakes and Sprinkles Ice Cream.
The Beverly Hills Trolley Tour
While you're visiting, you might want to ride the Beverly Hills Trolley. Operated by the city of Beverly Hills, this charming little tram offers a fun 40-minute guided tour of Beverly Hills, highlighting celebrity homes, notable architecture and landmarks that have put Beverly Hills on the map.
The Witch House:
‘The Spadena House’ should definitely be on your itinerary when visiting Beverly Hills. It was built in 1921 by Harry Oliver. The landscape gives an illusion of what we can only call a witch’s deed.
Greystone Mansion & Gardens:
If you are a movie buff you will definitely remember this historic landmark. This landmark is famous for its beautiful courtyards and manicured gardens and it has served as a movie location for many films including 'The Bodyguard', 'The Social Network' and 'Spider-Man'.
Beverly Hills Sign & Lily Pond:
Your trip will be incomplete without a picture in front of the Beverly Hills sign, located in Beverly Gardens Park, between North Canon Drive and North Beverly Drive.
Rodeo Drive is the famous district for shopping on Beverly Hills. Here you can shop at great Fashion houses like Louis Vuitton, Prada, Cartier, Chanel, Gucci, etc. You don’t even have to be a shopper to enjoy all that Rodeo Drive has to offer.
Beverly Hill Library:
Visit to any place is incomplete without engaging in some history. So visit the famous Beverly Hills libraries which have more than 75,000 radio and television programs. Plus there is a gift shop that is a must for fans of TV trivia. Admission is free although a contribution is suggested.
Budgets: You may leave your heart in Beverly Hills, but you don't have to leave your life savings, too. Ideally, a three day trip to Beverly Hills should cost you around 3000$ (per person) including travel, stay and food. But if you are in a mood to spurge the trip can cost you somewhere around 5000$(per person).
So don’t miss the chance to explore the city and plan your next vacation to Beverly Hills.