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Montage Beverly Hills
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225 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills

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Shutters on the Beach
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1 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica

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The Beverly Hills Hotel
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9641 Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills

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The Peninsula Beverly Hills
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9882 South Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles

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9291 Burton Way, Beverly Hills

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9850 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills

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1910 Ocean Way, Santa Monica

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701 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles

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Beverly Hilton
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9876 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles

Known as one of the most posh and luxurious neighborhoods in the world, Beverly Hills is home to famed shopping street Rodeo Drive and zip code 90210. The immaculate Beverly Hills streets exude luxury with designer boutiques, upscale hotels and fine dining restaurants and every turn.
The revitalization of the city’s downtown core is nothing short of amazing. It’s now the go-to area for entertainment, dining and stellar hotels, thanks to numerous new developments like L.A. Live, Staples Center, and the Disney Concert Hall. Modern buildings mixed with historical buildings give the area fresh energy, housing top eateries, chic nightspots and cafés.
Hollywood is home to some of the most visited tourist attractions in California. Landmarks including the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Capitol Records, Dolby Theatre and the Hollywood Walk of Fame are residents along this famous thoroughfare. No visit to Hollywood is complete without a walk down this celebrated boulevard.

For those looking for an escape while still remaining close to the city, just a short drive from Los Angeles you find Rancho Palos Verdes on the Californian Coast. Find nature just outside of the city from breathtaking oceanviews, 42-miles of hiking trails, to lush wetlands and native animals.

Santa Monica is a popular destination for both travelers and locals. Just minutes from the beach, Santa Monica is also home to the famous Third Street Promenade, an open-air pedestrian mall that features street performers, shopping, alfresco dining and cafes.

The West Coast’s hottest city offers visitors a chance to — well, to do pretty much anything they want.

Those who enjoy retail therapy know there’s no experience in the world quite like shopping in L.A. Rodeo Drive, Robertson Blvd. and La Brea Avenue are all iconic spots to shop, with everything to chic boutiques to brand-name bonanzas.

L.A. — or Hollywood, more specifically — has been the hub of all things film- and television-related for decades. Take a behind-the-scenes tour of some of the world’s most iconic movie and TV sets, or jump on a tour bus and see the houses of the stars. Stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame and find your favorite celebrity star.

If your trip’s more of a family affair, there are plenty of studio theme parks offering rides, exhibits, games and much more. And who doesn’t love Disneyland and its eight themed “lands” and its beloved characters?

Those who prefer to convene with nature have plenty of options available as well. Venture through Will Rogers State Historic Park, check out the La Brea Tar Pits or find your way down to a nearby beach.

The West Coast’s hottest city offers visitors a chance to — well, to do pretty much anything they want.

Those who enjoy retail therapy know there’s no experience in the world quite like shopping in L.A. Rodeo Drive, Robertson Blvd. and La Brea Avenue are all iconic spots to shop, with everything to chic boutiques to brand-name bonanzas.

L.A. — or Hollywood, more specifically — has been the hub of all things film- and television-related for decades. Take a behind-the-scenes tour of some of the world’s most iconic movie and TV sets, or jump on a tour bus and see the houses of the stars. Stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame and find your favorite celebrity star.

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Montage Beverly Hills
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225 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills

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Shutters on the Beach
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1 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica

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The Beverly Hills Hotel
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9641 Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills

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The Peninsula Beverly Hills
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9882 South Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles

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Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills
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9291 Burton Way, Beverly Hills

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills | Los Angeles | Magellan Luxury Hotels
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Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
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9850 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills

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Hotel Casa del Mar
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1910 Ocean Way, Santa Monica

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Hotel Bel-Air
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701 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles

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Beverly Hilton
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9876 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles

Known as one of the most posh and luxurious neighborhoods in the world, Beverly Hills is home to famed shopping street Rodeo Drive and zip code 90210. The immaculate Beverly Hills streets exude luxury with designer boutiques, upscale hotels and fine dining restaurants and every turn.
The revitalization of the city’s downtown core is nothing short of amazing. It’s now the go-to area for entertainment, dining and stellar hotels, thanks to numerous new developments like L.A. Live, Staples Center, and the Disney Concert Hall. Modern buildings mixed with historical buildings give the area fresh energy, housing top eateries, chic nightspots and cafés.
Hollywood is home to some of the most visited tourist attractions in California. Landmarks including the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Capitol Records, Dolby Theatre and the Hollywood Walk of Fame are residents along this famous thoroughfare. No visit to Hollywood is complete without a walk down this celebrated boulevard.

For those looking for an escape while still remaining close to the city, just a short drive from Los Angeles you find Rancho Palos Verdes on the Californian Coast. Find nature just outside of the city from breathtaking oceanviews, 42-miles of hiking trails, to lush wetlands and native animals.

Santa Monica is a popular destination for both travelers and locals. Just minutes from the beach, Santa Monica is also home to the famous Third Street Promenade, an open-air pedestrian mall that features street performers, shopping, alfresco dining and cafes.
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