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Beverly Hills Neighborhood Guide

Discover Things to Do in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills is one of Los Angeles’ most distinctive and sought-after neighborhoods — and for good reason. There are few better spots in the world to spot celebrities, enjoy access to fine dining, rub shoulders with the elite, or drop into boutique storefronts of the world’s most exclusive luxury brands. Sophisticated and renowned as the neighborhood itself, AKA Beverly Hills puts you right in the heart of it all, moments from the best things to do in Beverly Hills — while still providing easy access to other LA hot spots.

Where to Eat in Beverly Hills

Wolfgang Puck is the world’s most celebrated celebrity chef, with world-class restaurants spanning the globe. Sample locally sourced Californian cuisine at his flagship eatery Spago. This renowned, buzzy bistro serves up his most cherished dishes, like handmade cavatelli and Creamy Parmesan Polenta. Dine with glamorous crowds at the plush Mastro’s Steakhouse, known for its cutting-edge menu of steaks and fresh seafood, as well as a classic supper-club setting featuring live music. Upscale Italian restaurant Il Pastaio — where the kitchen is helmed by renowned chef Giacomino Drago — is known for frequent celebrity sightings on its outdoor patio. Notable giants from the worlds of art, fashion, music, and entertainment have long been snapped by paparazzi exiting the notorious Chinese-cuisine hot spot Mr. Chow.

Spago
176 N. Canon Drive

Mastro’s Steakhouse
246 N. Canon Drive

Il Pastaio
400 N. Canon Drive

Mr. Chow
344 N. Camden Drive

Shopping in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills’ world-famous Rodeo Drive is a luxury icon. From Dior to Prada, Harry Winston to David Yurman, Louis Vuitton to Chanel, this street is the epicenter of high-marque luxury. Nearby, The Grove shopping center is your one-stop destination for the best clothing, accessories, beauty, and more. With its fashion-forward collection of stores and ever-changing pop-up shops, Beverly Hills is one of the world’s most dynamic shopping destinations.

Dior
309 N Rodeo Drive

Prada
343 N Rodeo Drive

Harry Winston
310 N. Rodeo Drive

David Yurman
371 N Rodeo Drive

Louis Vuitton
295 N Rodeo Drive

Chanel
9560 Wilshire Blvd.

The Grove
189 The Grove Drive

Beverly Hills Museums and Art Galleries

During your stay, a trip to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is a must. As the largest art museum in the western U.S., LACMA’s  permanent collection ranges from Greek and Roman to modern and contemporary art. Notable artists in the collection include Joan Miró, Jasper Johns, and Jeff Koons. Don’t miss the Beverly Hills outpost of Gagosian Gallery, the preeminent contemporary art space designed by famous architect Richard Meier. There’s also no better place than Los Angeles to explore the history of entertainment — uncover the cultural, creative, and social significance of television and radio at The Paley Center for Media.

LACMA
5905 Wilshire Boulevard

Gagosian Gallery
456 N. Camden Drive

The Paley Center for Media

444 N Rexford Drive

Outdoor Activities in Beverly Hills

Explore the artisanal fountains of Beverly Gardens, a 1.9 mile-long park starting at Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevard. The various gardens — such as the cactus garden and the rose garden — provide the perfect setting for a leisurely stroll or picnic. You can also enjoy a run on the park’s signature decomposed granite jogging and walking path. Paleontology enthusiasts will want to pay a visit to the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, the site of invaluable discoveries that have enhanced our understanding of history and of the natural world.

Beverly Gardens
9439 Santa Monica Boulevard

La Brea Tar Pits and Museum
5801 Wilshire Boulevard

Medical Centers

AKA Beverly Hills is a home away from home for patients and families seeking the best in hotel residences near Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, UCLA hospitals, CA Center for Reproductive Health, Children’s Hospital and other area medical centers. Located in a quiet, residential street in the heart of Beverly Hills, you’ll feel right at home in our spacious suites, which feature ultra-luxe beds, separate living areas, and fully-equipped kitchens — perfect for weekly or monthly stays.

LOCAL ACTIVITIES AND POINTS OF INTEREST

AKA Beverly Hills
155 N. Crescent Drive, California, 90210, USA
Phone: 310.385.1924

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