Welcome to Beverly Hills
Glamorous city with lavish homes and luxury shopping
Beverly Hills is a city on the Westside of Los Angeles known for its lavish homes and celebrity residents. This revered city exudes elegance and luxury everywhere, from the premium fashion retailers of palm-lined Rodeo Drive to the magnificent architecture of its multi-million dollar homes. The area north of Sunset Boulevard features Beverly Hills’ most spectacular homes with masterpiece residences designed by some of the world’s best-known architects. The Flats and the area south of Wilshire Boulevard are more densely populated with housing options that include upscale condominiums.
What to Love
- Lavish masterpiece homes
- Rodeo Drive shopping
- Hollywood A-list residents
- Prestigious restaurants
People & Lifestyle
Beverly Hills is home to a who’s who of the entertainment industry’s biggest stars. Many Hollywood A-listers reside in Beverly Hills, and the city is also home to some of the world’s top talent agencies. Beverly Hills’ glittering array of superstar residents share the city with affluent professionals and entrepreneurs. With impeccable style and unbeatable amenities, it’s easy to see why Beverly Hills 90210 zip code exemplifies luxury.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Rodeo Drive is the world’s most famous shopping street. A three-block stretch of Rodeo Drive between Wilshire Boulevard and Little Santa Monica Boulevard is lined with palm trees and paved with Walk of Style plaques honoring fashion icons. More than 100 retailers can be found along Rodeo Drive, including flagship stores from some of the finest fashion brands on the planet, including Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Coach, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Piaget, Prada, and Ralph Lauren. The charming European-style cobblestone alleyway at Two Rodeo Drive is lined with brands such as Jimmy Choo, Lanvin, Tiffany & Co., and Versace. With two Michelin stars, Urasawa at Two Rodeo Drive is one of the world’s best sushi restaurants. On the parallel street of Camden Drive, Mr. Chow is a Beverly Hills classic that has been serving sublime Chinese cuisine since 1974.
Their Beijing duck is unbeatable! Other popular choices include chicken satay and signature Mr. Chow noodles. Mastro’s is a glamorous steakhouse on Canon Drive serving generous cuts of mouthwatering meats and decadent platters of fresh seafood. White suited waiters provide perfect service in their dim-lit dining rooms, while an upstairs piano bar and clubby rooftop lounge offer a glitzy party vibe frequented by many celebrities. The opening of the five-star Beverly Hills Hotel in 1912 predates Beverly Hills’s existence as a city. The Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel has been an A-list haunt since the 1940s when it hosted stars such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Humphrey Bogart, and Marlene Dietrich. Generations of movie stars, music icons, and entertainment industry power brokers have flocked to the stylish Polo Lounge in the years since it opened. It also features romantic private dining alcoves, booths that have a storied history of deal-making, and a beautiful sun-kissed patio decorated with palm trees and blooming flowers. The Four Seasons is another landmark Beverly Hills hotel featuring three exceptional upscale restaurants.
Things to Do
Beverly Hills is a city of stunning architecture and gorgeous landscaped green spaces. The Greystone Mansion and Gardens offers both of these, featuring an exquisite 1920s Tudor Revival mansion surrounded by formal English gardens. The gardens are open to the public daily, while the mansion is used for events such as The Annual Hollywood Bowl. Countless movies, television shows, and music videos have used the Greystone Mansion as a filming location, and its staircase has been called the most famous set of stairs in screen history. Beverly Gardens Park is a linear park stretching for almost two miles with stunning fountains at either end and the iconic Beverly Hills sign. The park also features cactus and rose gardens. The Beverly Hills Art Show takes place at Beverly Gardens Park in May and October. Located on the boundary between Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, Beverly Center is a huge eight-story shopping mall featuring over 100 boutiques and restaurants anchored by Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s department stores. Its six tiered escalators provide incredible views of Downtown Los Angeles and the Hollywood Hills.
Beverly Hills is served by the Beverly Hills Unified School District.
- El Rodeo Elementary School, Public, K-5
- Hawthorne Elementary School, Public, K-5
- Beverly Vista Middle School, Public, 6-8
- Beverly Hills High School, Public, 9-12
- Moreno High School, Public, 9-12