A Full Day Itinerary
If you have just one day to spend in Beverly Hills, how will you
see it all? This full-day itinerary will help you make the most of
your time here.
- Begin your day with breakfast at The Beverly Hills
Hotel's celebrated Polo Lounge - a favorite hot spot for
Hollywood dealmakers and generations of celebrities. Of, for more
local flavor, try Nate 'n Al's or The Farm
of Beverly Hills.
- Having fortified your inner traveler, stop by the Beverly Hills
Conference & Visitors Bureau's Visitor Center to pick up one of
our self-guided walking tours or explore this true walking city on
your own, making sure to visit the Richard Meier-designed
Paley Center for Media where you can enjoy a
special screening or peruse the library of more than 150,000 radio
and television programs.
- Afterward, indulge in world-class shopping along Rodeo
Drive, the crossroads of fashion and entertainment - you
never know whom you'll spot! Don't miss the quaint
cobblestoned Two Rodeo and be sure to explore
beyond this legendary thoroughfare for more irresistible shopping -
Beverly Drive, Brighton Way and
of course, Department Store Row (Wilshire Blvd.
from Roxbury to Rodeo) where you will find the titans of luxury
retailing, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth
Avenue and Barneys New York.
- If shopping has left you famished, savor a quick bite at local
favorites Cabbage Patch or the original
California Pizza Kitchen on "SoBev" (South Beverly
Drive), where the locals shop and dine.
- Next, visit the sprawling gardens of Greystone Mansion
and Park, the former Doheny Estate and backdrop for
numerous films such as Spiderman, Airforce One and Indecent
Proposal. The views are not to be missed!
- Wind down the afternoon with a luxurious spa treatment - from
diamonds to pearls, from steam to stones, Beverly Hills sets the
standard for rejuvenation. There's the Aqua Star Spa
at The Beverly Hilton, Thibiant Beverly Hills
Day, Spa at Beverly Wilshire or
The Peninsula Spa at The Peninsula Beverly Hills
to name a few.
- Thoroughly rested, tonight enjoy fine dining at one of Beverly
Hills' renowned restaurants such as Mr. Chow,
Spago, Wolfgang Puck's flagship eatery.