Rodeo Drive and Beverly Hills
Known around the world as one of the most fashionable places to shop, Rodeo Drive is an iconic LA attraction not to be missed during your visit.
This 2 mile-long street in Beverly Hills is undeniably one of the most famous streets in the nation, with over 100 world-renowned stores and hotels within 3 blocks. Affectionately known as the Golden Triangle, it is very 'easy to become lost in the street's splendor and charm'.
Of course, the main thing your group is going to be doing during this visit is shopping, as well as dining if you have the time. There are a few highlights we think you should consider during your visit aside from shopping in general, however.
- Beverly Wilshire - This is one of the oldest and most luxurious hotels in the area, first constructed in 1928. Many people affectionately know it as the 'Pretty Woman' hotel, several of the scenes shot here.
- Two Rodeo Drive - This is the shining star of Rodeo Drive, the European-style shopping center featuring brands such as Jimmy Choo, Versace, Tiffany & Co., and more.
- Walk of Style - You've already visited the Hollywood Walk of Fame, it's only right to visit the Walk of Style, a tribute to legends to fashion and entertainment like Tom Ford, Giorgio Armani, Donatella Versace, and more.
- Anderton Court - This is Frank Lloyd Wright's last LA architectural addition, a 3 story, ramp-only creation that now houses 6 different popular boutiques.