Welcome to Rodeo Drive
Located at the base of Rodeo Drive on Wilshire Boulevard is one of Beverly Hills’ oldest and most luxurious hotels, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel. Constructed in 1928, the legendary property features 395 rooms and suites and has served as the home to many iconic personalities, including Warren Beatty, John Lennon and Elvis Presley. Today, it is affectionately known as the “Pretty Woman hotel” as it provided the backdrop to exterior scenes from the classic film with Richard Gere and Julia Roberts. Living up to its nickname, the in-house nail salon, The Nail Bar, plays the movie for you to watch as you sip champagne and enjoy your hand or foot treatment.
ust across the street from Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, sits Two Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills’ own European-style shopping center complete with a cobblestone walkway, street lamps and floral displays. Famous brands like Versace, Jimmy Choo, Lanvin and Tiffany & Co. are found here, as well as two restaurants: and 208 Rodeo Restaurant, which offers one of the best patios for alfresco dining in Beverly Hills, and the exclusive Urasawa — one of the most expensive sushi restaurants in the United States. For the perfect photo to add to your collection of Beverly Hills memories, strike a pose in front of the stairs and fountain on the south end of Two Rodeo Drive, as well as the famous Via Rodeo sign on the north end of the cobblestone street.
Situated on Rodeo Drive between Dayton Way and Brighton Way, visitors will find one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural projects, Anderton Court. The three story building houses six boutiques and is famous for its unique design which is completely devoid of steps and instead relies on a series of ramps to move between floors. Constructed in 1952, it was the iconic architect’s final structure in Los Angeles, making it an unofficial and permanent monument to the memory of its maker.
Continuing north along Rodeo Drive past Dayton Way is Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel. With 88 rooms and suites, it has the distinction of being the only hotel located directly on Rodeo Drive. The hotel promises guests a stay with a true boutique feel complete with chic interior design and easy access to shopping, along with complimentary breakfast, light bites and evening cocktails as part of the hotel’s Luxe Club, offered exclusively to hotel guests.