Beverly Hills is a world-renowned icon of sophistication, luxury and service—and the premier destination for unrivaled shopping, heavenly restaurants and extraordinary art and cultural attractions. From neighborhood boutique hotels to luxury hotels that are five-star, five diamond retreats, it’s easy to fall in love with Beverly Hills. Luxuriate in lavish spa treatments, indulge in world-renown shopping along famed Rodeo Drive or catch a glimpse of a celebrity at any number of star-studded events. With so many things to do in Beverly Hills, your visit is sure to be absolutely unforgettable.
SHOP BEVERLY HILLS ONLINE MARKETPLACE
Fans near and far can now shop for Beverly Hills branded merchandise anywhere in the US! Mugs, shirts, books, pins and more are now available online. Shop Now!
WALLIS ANNENBERG CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
The theater continues its inaugural season with a variety of performances the whole family can enjoy. Young children in particular may enjoy the highly visual and playful production of White, a story about the magic of color February 26-March 23.
SUGARFINA NEW GOURMET CANDY SHOP
This high-end candy shop serves up decadent and unique treats like champagne gummy bears, dark chocolate mint chip malt balls and matcha green tea caramels. The gourmet chocolates can also be beautifully packaged for gifts.
Known for its trendy, sensual and authentic designs, Maje is a French designer label that creates women’s clothing that is both simple and bold.
CURTIS STONE ANNOUNCES MAUDE
Curtis Stone joins other Beverly Hills-based celebrity chefs with the opening of Maude on South Beverly Drive. The restaurant is planned to open in late January. With just 29 seats and a menu that will change monthly to focus on seasonal produce from Southern California, Maude is sure to create an inspired and intimate dining experience.
Step back in time with Suite 100, a hotel program developed in honor of Beverly Hills’ centennial. Participating hotels include The Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalows, Montage Beverly Hills, The Beverly Hilton, L’Ermitage Beverly Hills and The Peninsula Beverly Hills each redesigning one suite to represent a time period from the last century.