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- Entire rental unit
- Beverly Hills
Climb a flight of stairs to enter a charming apartment where Spanish style and old world flair meet modern convenience. Cook meals in a kitchen remodeled with new appliances. Sip your coffee, and plan a leisurely stroll into Beverly Hills.
- Entire rental unit
- Beverly Hills
Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of our rooftop pool (s) or break a sweat in our fitness center. This apartment in DOWNTOWN LA is the perfect place for families and friends to enjoy curated apartment-style living with the best amenities. Guests are blocks or minutes away to museums, sports stadiums, shopping malls, theaters, the best restaurants and bars . Building sits directly above Whole Foods Market. This unit features: an (average) Bedroom: Queen bed . Twin air mattress….Living Room: Sofa
- Private room
- Beverly Hills
Most suitable for female solo travelers as there are shared spaces. (If you are male, please make an enquiry) Decor is light, cozy, creative. Queen Bed in separate room, close door for privacy. Desk, chairs, TV, Nepresso machine, coffee press, kettle, refrigerator, microwave, water purifier, all in your room. Location right in Beverly Hills, Golden Triangle! If you want to be at Beverly Hills shops, restaurants, night life, wholefoods, fashion, walk out door, be at shops, this room is for you!
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Your guide to Beverly Hills
All About Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills is one of the most exclusive addresses in the world — home to the rich and famous. The city is a centre for luxury and wealth, best illustrated on the world-famous Rodeo Drive, where you’ll find fine dining, exclusive designer stores, luxury day spas, and the most expensive shop in the world.
Beverly Hills’ landmarks, mansions, and palm tree-lined streets have been the backdrop for hundreds of Hollywood movies and TV shows. Visitors come to see these famous sites in real life, trying to get a glimpse of the actors who call the city home.
For a break from shopping and celebrity spotting, head to the lush Beverly Gardens Park with its unique cactus garden and fountains. You can also get a fix of culture at the Paley Center for Media, which celebrates the history of television. And for a quirky treat, grab a cupcake from the world’s first cupcake ATM.
How do I get around Beverly Hills?
The closest airport is Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The drive into Beverly Hills should take around 30 minutes, depending on traffic, and there are many taxis and private shuttle services available. There is also a bus service that will take you into downtown Los Angeles, where you can then change for the bus to Beverly Hills. You could also consider renting a car at the airport, which will offer the flexibility to explore the city at your own leisure. Once you arrive, it’s easy to explore Beverly Hills on foot, with many shops and restaurants within walking distance of one another. If you plan to visit the greater Los Angeles area, there are numerous taxis and ride-hailing services available.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Beverly Hills?
Anytime is a great time to stay at a vacation rental in Beverly Hills, with warm weather and lots going on here year round. Just note that the city experiences what’s known as the May gray and June gloom phenomenon. At this time of the year, the marine layer moves in overnight, causing low clouds to hover, usually blocking out the sun until early afternoon. You can expect hot days and balmy nights from July to September, so remember to pack the sun protection. October through April are possibly the most pleasant months to visit, when you won’t get the stifling hot days of summer, but you can still expect mild and sunny days for enjoying the city’s many events.
Every spring and autumn, local and international artists, sculptors, and jewelry makers come to Beverly Gardens Park to showcase their work at the Beverly Hills Art Show. In November, Beverly Hills welcomes the holiday season with the Rodeo Drive Holiday Lighting Celebration, featuring festive lights, live entertainment, and fireworks.
What are the top things to do in Beverly Hills?
Rodeo Drive & Two Rodeo Drive
Take a stroll along one of Los Angeles’s most famous thoroughfares, home to the world’s biggest designer brands and world-renowned restaurants. Just off Rodeo Drive is the pedestrianized Two Rodeo Drive, where the luxury shopping and restaurants continue. With a distinctly European feel, the elegant cobblestone street features ornate archways and fountains.
Beverly Gardens Park
Spend a few hours wandering through the lovely three-kilometre park, which houses art sculptures, an electric fountain, a unique Cactus Garden, and a serene Rose Garden. The park is most notably home to the famous 13.7-metre tall Beverly Hills sign, which is illuminated and sits above a lovely lily pond.
Take a trip along the nearly 34-kilometre-long Mulholland Drive — which has been famously depicted in movies and songs. The long and winding road offers the amazing views of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley, and the famous Hollywood Sign along the way. Some of the most lavish and expensive homes in the world are located here.