Only a few minutes drive southwest of downtown Hollywood, the City of Beverly Hills offers all of the glamour and opulence that anyone could reasonably hope for. It is in Beverly Hills where many stars actually live, dine and shop. Travel amongst the stars in one of Alexis Limousine’s sedans or limousines. .

 

Beverly Hills is a city that doesn't need a description to why you should visit it.  Rather we get many questions about how to get there.  It is bordered by West Hollywood on the east and Westwood Village and Century City on the west side, which are Los Angeles neighborhoods and not separate cities.

 

 

Recommended Transportation

 

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

1 World Way, Los Angeles, 90045 - (310) 646-5252

LAX is the largest and most popular airport in Los Angeles.  All major airlines use this airport so you can feel secure in knowing your flight will land in the best airport in town. It takes a Limo to LAX  from Beverly Hills takes approximately 45 minutes without traffic.

 

Long Beach Airport (LGB)

4100 E Donald Douglas Dr, Long Beach, 90808 - (562) 570-2600

This airport is, although smaller than LAX, the closest to Long Beach. This airport has been seen in movies given its Art Deco history dating back to early aviation pioneers.  It currently hosts Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways and US Airways and is used by many Los Angeles natives who want to steer clear of the bustle of LAX. It takes a Limo from Beverly Hills to LGB takes approximately 45 minutes without traffic. 

 

John Wayne Airport (SNA)

18601 Airport Way, Santa Ana, CA 92707 (949) 252-5200

For those of you flying nationally and want to land in an airport that is less crowded than LAX, this airport is just the one for you. The travel time from SNA to Beverly Hills in a Limo takes approximately 1 hour without traffic.

 

 

Things to Do

 

Rodeo Drive

Almost like a small city in itself. Score high points for taking a date here. Something for everyone. most popular for high end shops, does offer stores for the masses.  And, dressing rooms that offer martini bars? Only on Rodeo! Aside from designer boutiques and couture shops, restaurants and clubs are populated in the area as well.

 

Greystone Mansion

Spend the day at one of the most spectacular estates in Beverly Hills. Looking for more than just a ride through gates that obscur your view? Take a free your of the 16-acre grounds and admire this 55 room castle up close. Greystone park gives you the chance to drive through the wrought iron gates and experience what only the Beverly Hills elite have ever experienced.

 

Beverly Gardens Park

Created in 1911, this narrow, two-mile-long strip of green lawns and gardens, runs for 14 blocks along the northwest side of busy Santa Monica Boulevard, for the complete length of the city of Beverly Hills It's a reasonably attractive park, with a rose garden, ornate stone park benches, a lily pond, fountains, tall trees, a unique cactus garden, and a gravel path for joggers.

 

Hotels

 

The Beverly Hilton

The Beverly Hilton is the site of the annual Golden Globe Awards show each January (which brings out every major star in Hollywood.) The hotel boasts 581 deluxe guest rooms, 90 suites, a large marble lobby, and an international ballroom that can accommodate up to 1,400 guests.

 

Regent Beverly Wilshire

Located only a few steps away from the glittering shops of Rodeo, the hotel's ornate European facade includes distinctly rounded awnings and rows of sculpted trees. Even if you've never been to Beverly Hills, it's quite possible that the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel (located on Wilshire Boulevard, at the south end of world-famous Rodeo Drive) will look somewhat familiar to you. You might remember the glamorous hotel in "Pretty Woman" (1990) and its Presidential Suite, where the couple stayed while in Beverly Hills.

 

Restaurants

 

Maestro's Steak House

Check out upstairs and bar- fun drinks, add new twists on old faves; great atmosphere/food/service, steak/seafood tower (though reportedly pricy) delicious, twice baked potato - appetizers - highly recommended too. Romantic. Inclusive wine list.

 

Ruth's Chris Steak House

Always busy, it seems, at this steakhouse chain, which sits comfortably on the lively Beverly Dr. The sizzling filet mignon, rib eye, New York strip, T-bone and porterhouse stand center stage on the menu, which features all sorts of delicious side dishes. The place is dark and busy and the noted cocktails fight for space on most tables. It’s a chain, sure, but remains a consistent winner for great food and atmosphere.

 

Spago

Wolfgang Puck's flagship is worth a splurge, and you can say you ate at the real deal. The food is excellent, the decor (designed by his wife) is terrific, and Wolfgang himself often stops by if he's in town.

 

Nate ‘n’ Al’s

It has been said that Nate 'n Al's serves more people per hour than any other deli in the country. Long waits for a table are common. Some deli mavens think that Nate 'n Al's is the best deli on the West Coast, and it's a favorite people-watching spot for both breakfast and lunch.

 

 

Golf Courses

 

Rancho Park Golf Course

This 18-hole, par 71 course has been host to several major golf tournaments. This course requires a great deal of skill. The small greens require a challenging approach. Plan a day of golf with some of the most experienced golfers in the area.

 

Harding Municipal Golf Course

This 18-hole, par 72 course offers a real challenge for even the most experienced golfer. This course was built in 1924 and offers a unique challenge with the narrow fairways and narrow approaches to the guarded greens. Even the most experienced handicapper will be impressed with what this course has to offer. 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Location: Beverly Hills Home
Locations
United States
California
Beverly Hills Limos
City Guide