Hotels in Beverly Hills
Reservations online or by telephone: 888-878-6079
 
 
 

Beverly Hills
Tourist Attractions

Including Beverly Hills Shopping, Rodeo Drive, Greystone Mansion, more.

 
 
 

"Build-Your-Own" Discount Card for Los Angeles!

Select only the attractions you want to visit

Save 20% on 2 or more attractions!

Includes Los Angeles and San Diego tourist attractions like these:

  • Universal Studios

  • Star Home Tours

  • Studio Tours

  • Whale Watching Tour

  • Queen Mary

  • San Diego Zoo

  • LEGOLAND® California

  • Many More!

  • No-Risk 365-day Return Policy

Click Here for Details

Malls and Shopping Centers - LA Westside

Los Angeles Travel website divider
Century City Shopping Center in Los Angeles. [Photo Credit: LAtourist.com] Century City Shopping Center in Los Angeles

Beverly Center Shopping Mall - Located between Hollywood and Beverly Hills, the Beverly Center features anchor stores Bloomingdale's and Macy's, along with 160 specialty stores, restaurants and a large theatre. It's almost always packed to the brims with shoppers from all walks of life, reflecting L.A.'s diversity. Here you'll find your stereotypical 90210 manufactured blondes browsing the racks alongside tourists from across the globe hoping to garner a piece of the glamour to take home with them. And of course there's everyone in between, including hipster teens, stroller-pushing moms, college kids from nearby UCLA and USC, Hollywood wheelers and dealers and smitten couples. No matter the time of day, there's a constant flow of visitors infusing the shopping center with an undeniable energy.

Beverly Hills Shopping - For many, Beverly Hills is synonymous to shopping - and with good reason. At the center of the city's "Golden Triangle" is the infamous Rodeo Drive, a haven for anyone who has a passion for fashion. As seen in Pretty Woman, these short three blocks are concentrated with an overwhelming array of designer labels, including the likes of Giorgio Armani, Bulgari, Cartier, Christian Dior, Dolce & Gabanna, Escada, Gucci, Harry Winston, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Valentino, Yves Saint-Laurent and more. For those of us who aren't in the mood to max out our credit cards, window-shopping is always a safe option here.

Brentwood Country Mart - Shopping, restaurants and activities such as free outdoor movies in the summertime, book signings, and events for children and teens..

(Westfield) Century City Shopping Center - Located just one mile from Rodeo Drive, Century City Shopping Center is an upscale locale surrounded by the gleaming office towers and fountains of Century City. An open-air shopping center, with spacious walkways sheltered by a canopy of white, wooden latticework.

Robertson Boulevard Shopping District - Robertson boasts a crop of chichi boutiques and upscale eateries that attract starlets and the paparazzi who feed off them. Thanks to the likes of US Weekly and TMZ.com, this shopping district has become a destination on many tourists' lists. [West Hollywood, close to Beverly Center]

Two Rodeo on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. [Photo Credit: LAtourist.com] Two Rodeo on Rodeo Drive

Two Rodeo (Beverly Hills) - One of the highlights of Rodeo Drive, this is a European-style shopping center, complete with Old World cobblestones and street lamps. Located at the northeast corner of Wilshire and Rodeo, Two Rodeo most closely resembles a film set with its winding faux street, piazza and balconies. High-end brands like Versace, Jimmy Choo, Judith Ripka and Tiffany & Co. can be found here. The center also boasts three upscale restaurants: the seafood grill McCormick & Schmick's, the acclaimed sushi spot Urasawa, and 208 Rodeo, offering a patio that makes for prime people-watching. Tourists tend to pose for pictures in front of the Spanish steps and fountains.

Westside Pavilion - one of the most affordable shopping centers in Los Angeles. Located in West Los Angeles, this three-story mall features 150 stores, two department stores and a movie theater. It may not be as upscale as Century City or have as many designer stores as the Beverly Center, but its selection of reasonably priced shops makes it a destination for locals and tourists who want to buy something within their budget, rather than max out their credit cards.

Westwood Village - There are a number of shops and a wide variety of restaurants in Westwood Village. The shopping district is spread out over several streets but they are small blocks when compared to other areas in the city. That means you can easily walk to many stores within the district, which is a good thing because parking is brutal in Westwood. Once you get here and find a parking spot, you'll discover an assortment of restaurants and curio shops designed to cater to every demographic - Westwood is home to many wealthy families, as well as many budget-strapped college students. Starline Tours Hop-On, Hop-Off Double Decker Tour Yellow route services Westwood Village, and the MTA (website) has numerous Metro Rapid buses running along nearby Wilshire Boulevard..


Nearby Shopping: 

Santa Monica - to the west
LAX area - to the south
Hollywood and nearby - to the east
Miracle Mile and Koreatown - to the east

Return to List:  Los Angeles Shopping Centers and Malls

 
 
 
 
 
Go L.A. Discount Card
Over 40 Los Angeles attractions, tours, museums, activities and more - for one low price!

 
 
 
 
 
 

Hotel and Tour Reservations Call: 888-878-6079
© 1999-2014 LAtourist.com, LLC. Copyright Notice
Official Website for L.A. Tourism: discoverLosAngeles.com