Welcome to Beverly Hills
The beating heart of sparkling LA.
Downtown LA’s vibrant downtown is just moments away from Beverly Hills, a dynamic city home to LA’s most exclusive neighborhoods, where world-class celebrities work, shop, and play alongside residents. Often known as the “Garden Spot of the World” for its ample green space and lush, botanical gardens, Beverly Hills offers incredible scenery in the heart of Los Angeles. Its luxury shopping centers and districts like Rodeo Drive and tucked between private, gated communities with luxurious amenities and intricate architecture.
What to Love
- Plenty of homes that offer privacy
- Countless luxury resorts, spas, restaurants, and shopping
- Central location close to Santa Monica and Downtown LA
- Numerous parks and green spaces
- Full of rich history
Beverly Hills offers a luxurious suburban feel within reach of Downtown Los Angeles’ world-famous shopping, dining, and entertainment. Nearby public schools are highly rated, offering families high-quality educational opportunities. Expansive space provides plenty of space in Beverly Hills, with residential homes situated on large lots offering sought-after privacy and urban districts providing unique retail opportunities.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Tatel’s restaurant prides itself on selecting only the best ingredients to craft masterful dishes. With its original location in Madrid, guests at the Beverly Hills location can expect an authentic Spanish meal. There is live music every night, creating a festive atmosphere. Mirame is arguably the best fine dining option for Mexican cuisine in Beverly Hills. Its founders, Matthew Egan and Michelin star chef Joshua Gil, deliver authentic Mexican cuisine with noticeable Californian undertones. Nearly every ingredient is farm-to-table, ensuring high-quality flavor in every dish. The restaurant frequently hosts special events, such as classes led by Chef Gil, live music, and tequila tastings. Crustacean offers high-end Vietnamese cuisine. It began as a small deli store in San Francisco before transforming into a formal restaurant that both celebrities and locals know and love. While there, be sure to try the garlic noodles. Ima is one of the best Japanese restaurants in the Beverly Hills area. Here, master chefs have been classically trained in the art of Japanese cuisine to create flavorful dishes like wagyu, sukiyaki, and shabu-shabu.
When it comes to shopping in Beverly Hills, nothing can compete with Rodeo Drive. Known as the international center of fashion, this well-maintained strip is home to LA’s best retailers, including luxury designers. As you meander along the sidewalk, you’ll come across a unique blend of opulence and authentic Southern California culture, with exotic sports cars cruising down the street.
Things to Do
The Greystone Mansion is one of Beverly Hills’ most iconic destinations. Tours are available, but typically need to be booked months in advance. This timeless mansion and its lush gardens have appeared in countless shows and films, including Gilmore Girls and The Bodyguard.
If you wish to see fine art, the Frederick R. Weisman Museum is a must-see. This museum once held a private collection but has since opened its doors to the public. Over 400 pieces are displayed inside, with highlight pieces created by famous artists like Picasso, Warhol, and Kandinsky.
The Beverly Hills Unified School District serves the community of Beverly Hills and is one of the best public school systems in California. Notable schools include:
- Beverly Hills High School
- WISH Community School