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Affluence abounds in Beverly Hills 90210 and its surrounding area. From the haute couture clothing in the designer shops along Rodeo Drive to the Italian Renaissance-style architecture of the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel to the Hollywood elite hobnobbing with their agents at one of the many swanky dining venues in Beverly Hills. For groups, this exclusive community delivers high-end hotels, interesting venues, fine dining and other enriching experiences.
Beverly Hills straddles the northwest edge of Los Angeles and is nine miles from the Los Angeles International Airport. Travelers can also fly into Bob Hope Airport in Burbank—also nine miles from the city center—or Long Beach Airport, a 23-minute drive.
In Downtown Los Angeles is the 720,000-square-foot Los Angeles Convention Center, but Beverly Hills meeting venues can welcome smaller group functions. The Paley Center for Media houses a number of contemporary, distinctive spaces, including the Bell Family Gallery, ideal for cocktail receptions and private dinners for 100 seated or 200 standing; the John H. Mitchell Theater with a capacity for 150; a roof garden; and the Grant A. Tinker Board of Trustees Room for 16 persons. Once construction is complete, the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts at the historic Beverly Hills Post Office will be another world-class venue.
A stomping ground for A-list movie stars, media moguls, successful entrepreneurs and other wealthy folk, Beverly Hills boasts 5 Star accommodations and stellar service. The 569-room Beverly Hilton on the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards has more than 60,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space and the luxurious Aqua Star Spa. Located within the famous Golden Triangle, the elegant 201-room Montage Beverly Hills combines old Hollywood glamour and modern luxury throughout and the signature restaurant, Scarpetta Beverly Hills, known for inventive Italian cuisine by Chef Scott Conant.
When it comes to dining venues in Beverly Hills, Wolfgang Puck's flagship location, Spago, continues to be a fan favorite with seasonal American cuisine and plenty of people-watching. La Dolce Vita keeps its strong following content with hearty Northern Italian staples in a cozy and inviting setting perfect for parties of up to 80; while Tiger Restaurant tempts the taste buds with sushi and savory small plates like Duck Leg with Kabocha Ravioli.
Most likely ground transportation will be arranged for groups, but when exploring on their own visitors can do so on foot or take a 40-minute narrated Beverly Hills Trolley tour of the area's art, architecture and historical landmarks (tours depart on the hour from 11 AM to 4 PM at the southeast corner of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way).
For all venues in Los Angeles, browse the LA event venue directory.
All average costs based on U.S. Government Per Diem rates as published by the U.S. General Services Administration.
Los Angeles Convention Center
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Approximate taxi fare: $69 USD
Los Angeles International Airport, commonly called "LAX," is the main airport serving the Los Angeles area. It is the fifth-busiest airport for passenger traffic in the world and third-busiest in the U.S. It operates as a main hub for United Airlines, a secondary hub for Delta, and is a main city for Southwest, Alaska, and American Airlines. LAX serves 69 international and 87 domestic destinations. All international arrivals and departures are serviced through the Tom Bradley International Terminal.
To get from the airport to a given destination, there are a number of options which include taxis, rental cars, door-to-door shuttle vans, long-distance vans, public buses, direct-to-airport buses and the Metro Rail Green Line (light rail). Taxis are a $42 flat fare from LAX to downtown L.A., about $35 to Hollywood, about $20 to Santa Monica, $25 to Beverly Hills, and from $45 to $60 to Pasadena and the Valley; all include a service charge of $2.50 and a $15 minimum fare for service starting at the airport. Two ride-share van companies serve the airport: SuperShuttle and PrimeTime Shuttle, and fares are typically $20-$55 per person depending on the destination. Many area hotels will provide complimentary shuttle service from the airport, so check this option before booking another service. There are 10 rental car companies with airport curbside drop-off and pick-up shuttles, and 30 other rental car companies that are accessible by placing a phone request for a pickup shuttle at the airport. The Metro Rail Green Line accesses the Metrolink and Amtrak system by a free shuttle and can take you as far north as Santa Barbara, as far east as San Bernardino and as far south as San Diego, and to many points in between. Public buses with service to the airport include the Santa Monica Big Blue Bus, the Torrance City Transit and the Culver City Bus Lines.
Bob Hope International Airport (BUR)
Approximate taxi fare: $61 USD
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