Things to Do in Beverly Hills

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ABH stands for “Above Beverly Hills,” and this hot insider rooftop lounge really does feel above it all. It’s perched atop the... Read More

The Beverly Hilton Hotel’s lobby bar, named for the year the hotel opened, is the place to go to party like a celebrity (or at least see one). Ask... Read More

This lobby bar in Beverly Hills’ Maison 140 hotel has lounge seating, a black, white, and red color scheme by designer Kelly Wearstler, and... Read More

This old-fashioned chocolate shop has been handcrafting candies for the stars since 1942. Eighty-five different kinds of chocolates—including the... Read More

One of the most unusual secret parks in a major city: 605 acres of bucolic National Park Service land whose centerpiece is two bodies of water that... Read More

It’s now become a Southern California chainlet, but this original Kitson location was what started the phenomenon. Young starlets à la... Read More

Production assistants and their former-USC sorority sisters flock to the amber-colored bar at the newly renovated Sofitel—once a forgotten... Read More

In this refined lounge's Golden Age heyday, the Rat Pack and young ingenues like Marlene Dietrich and Elizabeth Taylor gathered here for both romance... Read More

The Paley Center is a repository of nearly 100 years of television and radio history that aims to examine the relationship between these art forms, as... Read More

Tucked away on the fifth-floor roof garden of the Peninsula Beverly Hills Hotel lies The Peninsula Spa. Relaxation and high-end pampering await just... Read More

Perched on the rooftop of the Thompson Hotel with a 360-degree view of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, this bi-level bar owned by hotelier Jason Pomeranc... Read More

This six-acre estate, renowned as the first luxury home in Beverly Hills, was constructed in 1911 and has been preserved in order to allow visitors the... Read More

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