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Spot the Stars and Shop the Iconic Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills

Head to Rodeo Drive for upscale shopping at the world's most famous designer brands and boutiques along with trendy restaurants and bars. A favorite destination for celebrities and discerning shoppers, Rodeo Drive is just one mile from our hotel and the gateway to posh Beverly Hills. Walk and window shop the four-black stretch of luxury boutiques like Chanel, Hermes, and Louis Vuitton, with refined restaurants, bars, and lounges dotting the street. Access the upscale shopping mecca easily from our hotel with complimentary town car service from the hotel to Rodeo Drive.


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Varies by store and restaurant

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 Varies by store; most open at 10:00 a.m.


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  • What shops are on Rodeo Drive Los Angeles?

    There are dozens of designers on Rodeo Drive, including:
    • Battaglia
    • Botega Veneta
    • Bvlgari
    • Burberry
    • Cartier
    • Chanel
    • Dolce & Gabbana
    • Fendi
    • Frette
    • Gucci
    • Jimmy Choo
    • Louis Vuitton
    • Patek Philippe
    • Prada
    • Roberto Cavvallli
    • Rolex
    • Tiffany & Co.
    • Tory Burch
    • Versace
    For a complete list of retailers, visit
  • When is the best time to visit Rodeo Drive?

    The best time to visit Rodeo Drive is on weekdays for a less-crowded shopping and dining experience. In the evenings, you'll find bright lights, the best people-watching, and celebrity sights. Avoid Sundays, when many shops are closed, and find flower displays during the holiday season.

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