Please enter each child's age below:
All fields required.
9291 Burton Way
Beverly Hills, California 90210 USA
T: +1 310 278 3344
F: +1 310 278 8247

888 371 1203

Things to Do in Beverly Hills

Exquisitely secluded for a Beverly Hills vacation, yet ideally located to explore the City of Angels, Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills is just minutes by car to most major businesses, LA’s fashion and entertainment centers, famed tourist attractions, Cedars Sinai Hospital, the Pacific Design Center, the Getty Center and UCLA.


Belmont Shore
Along Ocean Boulevard, from 54th Place to Belmont Pier, Long Beach. Wide and sandy; on-site dog beach.

Cabrillo Beach

40th Street and Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro. Inside the breakwater it’s a stillwater beach and on the ocean it’s a surf beach. Public boat launching ramp on harbor side. Beach wheelchairs available.

Dockweiler State Beach
12501 Vista del Mar, Playa del Rey. Near LAX. Wide expanse of beach: 3.7 miles of ocean frontage and 255 acres of beach. Beach wheelchairs available.

El Matador State Beach

32350 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. One of the prettiest beaches in L.A. County. Steep stairs lead to 18 acres of narrow, sandy beach with scenic rock formations.

El Pescador State Beach
32900 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. Stairs lead to 10 acres of narrow, sandy beach.

Hermosa Beach
Hermosa Avenue and 33rd Street, Hermosa. Two-mile stretch of beach that runs along Santa Monica Bay before running into the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Metered street parking.

Leo Carrillo State Beach
36000 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. One-and-a-half miles of beach for swimming, surfing, windsurfing, surf fishing and beachcombing. Tide pools, coastal caves and reefs for exploring.

Malibu Beach
23050 and 23200 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. 167-acre beach includes Malibu Pier and Malibu Lagoon with museum.

Malibu Surfrider Beach
23050 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. World-renowned surfing area. Swimming areas exist but are limited.

Manhattan Beach
400–4500 The Strand, Manhattan Beach. Beach is bisected by a 900-foot pier. Classic sand volleyball beach nets extend to Hermosa Beach. Metered street and lot parking. Beach wheelchairs available.

Marina/Mother's Beach
4135 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey. Non-ocean–facing beach best suited for children and windsurfers. Beach wheelchairs available.

Nicholas Canyon Beach

33850 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. Less crowded than many Malibu beaches and has 23 acres of property.

Peninsula Beach
Along Ocean Boulevard, 54th Place to 72nd Place, Long Beach. Moderate width, sandy.

Point Dume Beach
7103 Westward Beach Road, Malibu. Beach is bordered by cliffs and is one of the most beautiful along the L.A. coastline.

Point Vincente
Palos Verdes Drive, Palos Verdes. Located on the southwestern corner of the peninsula, the small Point Vicente Park offers a whale-watching deck and displays of local history and ecology.

Redondo Beach
400-1700 Esplanade, Redondo Beach. A 1.5-mile beach that runs south of the pier to Torrance Beach.

Santa Monica State Beach
100–2900 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica. Wide, sandy expanses divided by Santa Monica Pier.

Topanga Beach
18700 Pacific Coast Hwy., Topanga. The first real beach in Malibu is rocky and narrow. A popular surfing spot but too rocky for safe swimming. Beach wheelchairs available.

Venice City Beach
2700–3100 Ocean Front Walk, Venice. Boardwalk with street performers and shops is one of SoCal’s biggest attractions. The north end is home to “Muscle Beach.” Beach wheelchairs available.

White Point Beach/Royal Palms
1799 Paseo del Mar, San Pedro. Rugged, rocky shoreline is popular with divers, shell collectors and surf casters. Tide pools.

Will Rogers State Beach
17700 Pacific Coast Hwy., Pacific Palisades. Sandy three-mile beach is starting point for the Marvin Braude Bicycle Trail. Beach wheelchairs available.

Zuma Beach
30050 block of Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu. The ultimate SoCal beach. Food stands at each end of its four-mile expanse along PCH. Beach wheelch

Museums and Exhibitions

Complete your Beverly Hills vacation with visits to some of the city's premier museums—all close to your luxury Beverly Hills hotel.

Getty Center
The J. Paul Getty Trust museum and research institute is dedicated to the collection, preservation, exhibition and interpretation of the highest quality art. Located in the Santa Monica Mountains on a 110-acre campus designed by architect Richard Meier, this is a must-see Los Angeles attraction.
1200 Getty Center Drive at Sepulveda Boulevard, Los Angeles CA 90049
T +1 310 440 7300

The Getty Villa
For those intrigued by the arts and cultures of ancient Greece, Rome and Etruria, the Getty Villa, perched high on a hilltop above Malibu, is without compare. Dedicated to these antiquities, with rooms arranged by themes like Gods & Goddesses and the Trojan War, the Villa’s architecture is also Roman-inspired, and the lush gardens offer unparalleled coastal views.
17985 Pacific Coast Highway Los Angeles, CA 90272
T +1 310 440 7300

The Museum Of Tolerance
This unforgettable museum includes the Tolerance Center, which focuses on prejudice and racial injustice in America, and the Holocaust section, which chronicles the history of the Holocaust. In addition, the museum houses a multimedia learning center, artifacts and documents of the Holocaust, survivor testimonies and special exhibits.
9786 West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90035-4720
T +1 310 553 8403

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
The premier encyclopedic visual arts LA museum in the western United States, featuring permanent collections of approximately 100,000 works spanning the history of art from ancient times to the present. This museum in LA is located adjacent to the historic La Brea Tar Pits.
5905 Wilshire Boulevard at Ogden, Los Angeles CA 90036
T +1 323 857 6000

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)
Designed by renowned architect Arata Isozaki, MOCA California Plaza's uncommon forms - pyramids, cubes, and cylinders - combine with unusual materials for a distinctive profile. The building is complemented by the two other MOCA venues: The Geffen Contemporary just five minutes away, and MOCA at The Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood.
250 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012
T +1 213 626 6222

Shopping in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills is where the pages of Vogue and Elle come to life. From the best-known international names to the newest designer boutiques, the fashion offered in Beverly Hills is second to none, establishing the city as ground zero among high-style couturiers.

Spend a morning strolling from the L’Ermitage Beverly Hills up Burton Way to Little Santa Monica and Wilshire Boulevards where you’ll experience everything from the West Coast home of the fashion titans - Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and Barneys New York to the spectacular Niketown (between Camden and Rodeo Drs.) to Sprinkles Cupcakes (on Little Santa Monica N. Bedford Drive).

Head down legendary Rodeo Drive and you’ll come face-to-face with one of the world’s great collections of famous boutiques. Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Lladró, Michael Kors and Prada are all worth visiting, as much for their stunning interior décor and architecture as for their one-of-a-kind offerings. The Old World European charm and inviting merchants of Two Rodeo set the perfect mood for serious acquisitions. Visit Badgley Mischka for timeless cocktail dresses favored by Catherine Zeta Jones, or view the private collection of stunning jewelry at Buccellati.

Nearby Beverly Drive offers a more casual shopping experience, with national retailers such as Pottery Barn, Gap, Banana Republic, Anthropologie, and Crate & Barrel, as well as the Beverly Hills institutions Gearys of Beverly Hills and XIV Karats – all within walking distance of your luxury Beverly Hills hotel.

Concierge Recommendations

Roxbury Park
A manicured city park in West LA featuring grassy lawns, four tennis courts, two basketball courts, baseball diamond, lawn bowling green and a toddler play area. Tennis courts are available by reservation for $8 per hour. Please be aware that rates are subject to change.
South Roxbury Drive at Olympic Boulevard, Beverly Hills CA 90210

Cheviot Hills Ranch Golf Course
Home to 3-par, 9-hole and 18-hole courses, these public LA golf courses features first come, first served play for a nominal fee. Club and cart rentals are available. Please check with the Concierge for additional information on reservations and tee times.
10460 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles CA 90064

La Cienega Tennis Center
Recipient of the United States Tennis Association's Outstanding Public Facility Award, the Center offers 16 well-lit professional tennis courts, a knowledgeable staff providing private and group instruction, a complete pro shop and lounge, shower and dressing facilities, and an outdoor viewing deck. Tennis courts are available by reservation for $9 per hour. Private instruction is also available. Please be aware that rates are subject to change.
325 South La Cienega Boulevard at Olympic Boulevard, Beverly Hills CA 90211
T +1 310 550 4765

Griffith Observatory
Since 1935, the Observatory has given tens of millions of visitors the opportunity to become observers. Griffith Observatory offers exciting shows in the Samuel Oschin Planetarium, public telescopes, and observing and astronomy exhibits.
4800 Western Heritage Way, immediately south of the LA Zoo
In the northeast corner of Griffith Park, Los Angeles CA 90027 T +1 323 664 1181

Runyon Canyon
Nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains, the former estate site of classic Hollywood star Errol Flynn features hiking trails, off-leash dog runs and panoramic city views.
This West Los Angeles park is located on top of Fuller Avenue above Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90046

Sunset Ranch Hollywood
One of the only public horse ranches in the greater L.A. area, frequently used for photography, videos, commercials and movie shoots. Offering day and night trail rides in the Hollywood Hills and Griffith Park.
3400 Beachwood Drive, Hollywood CA 90068
T +1 323 464 9612

Zuma Beach
The widest sandy beach in Malibu, noted for surfing, body boarding, clean sand and relative privacy from the Pacific Coast Highway. On-site volleyball courts, snack bars, playground and restrooms is ideal for Los Angeles beach jaunts.
30050 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu CA 90265

Walt Disney Concert Hall
Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the newest venue in the Los Angeles Music Center serves as the new home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. The striking 3.6-acre complex is designed to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world, providing both visual and aural intimacy for an unparalleled musical experience in a stunning LA attraction.
111 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90012
T +1 323 850 2000

Family Activities

California Science Center
Interactive exhibits for budding scientists. New Ecosystems wing. Continuing 1001 Inventions: Discover the Golden Age of Muslim Civilization; Small World. Ongoing Forty Years of Space Photography; After Life; FADE: The Dark Side of Light. Daily 10 am–5 pm. Permanent exhibition gallery, free; admission for other exhibits and Imax varies. Admission to exhibit galleries free. Parking $8. 700 State Drive, Exposition Park, downtown, 323.724.3623 

Mickey Mouse’s theme park. Recent additions include Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage. Updated Pirates of the Caribbean and Space Mountain. Fireworks, fantastic Fantasmic! continues. Call for hours. Admission (includes all rides and attractions): $56–$66, under 2 free. 1600 S. Disneyland Drive, Anaheim, 714.781.4565  

Disney’s California Adventure
Soarin’ Over California, A Bug’s Land, Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. “4-D” video game ride Toy Story Mania!. Call for hours. Admission (includes all rides and attractions): $56–$66, under 2 free. 1600 S. Disneyland Drive, Anaheim, 714.781.4565  

Downtown Disney
Twenty acres of admission free shopping, dining and nightlife adjacent to theme parks. 1510–1590 S. Disneyland Drive, Anaheim Map I10 

El Capitan Theatre
1926 Spanish-style movie palace screens Disney films new and old. Musical accompaniment to many shows. Call for schedule. $9–$13. VIP admission with reserved seat $22. 6838 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 323.467.7674

Grauman’s Chinese Theatre
Historic Hollywood venue with walkway of stars’ hand- and footprints in the forecourt. Call for movie schedule. 6925 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 323.464.8111

Griffith Observatory
Iconic attraction overlooking Hollywood. Hourly shows at planetarium. Tues.–Fri. noon–10 p.m.; Sat.–Sun. 10 a.m.–10 p.m. Free; donations accepted. 2800 E. Observatory Road, L.A., 213.473.0800

Guinness World Record Museum
Shrine to amazing achievements. Daily 10 a.m.–midnight. $6.95–$15.95, under 5 free. 6764 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 323.463.6433

Hollywood Walk of Fame
Celebs get stars. Free. Hollywood Boulevard from Gower Street to La Brea Avenue, Hollywood, 323.469.8311

Hollywood Wax Museum
Hollywood and pop culture greats in wax. Sun.–Thurs. 10 a.m.–midnight; Fri.–Sat. 10 a.m.–1 a.m. $8.95–$15.95. 6767 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 323.462.5991

iFLY Hollywood
Universal CityWalk launches L.A.'s first indoor sky-diving wind tunnel, elevating "sky-divers" up to 30 feet, suspending them at wind speeds of 125 miles per hour and affording them a panoramic view of the pedestrian promenade. 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, 818.622.4455.  

Knott’s Berry Farm
More than 165 rides and attractions. Roller coasters include Silver Bullet, GhostRider, Montezooma’s Revenge and Sidewinder. Call for hours. $22.99–$51.99, under 3 free. 8039 Beach Blvd., Buena Park, 714.220.5200

Burgeoning entertainment center is home to the Grammy Museum, Nokia Theatre and Club Nokia; restaurants, high-tech bowling lanes and nightspots such as The Conga Room. 800 W. Olympic Blvd., downtown, 213.763.5483  

L.A. Zoo and Botanical Gardens
Wildlife in parklike setting. Daily 10 a.m.–5 p.m. $7–$12, under 2 free. Golden State (5) and Ventura (134) freeways, 5333 Zoo Drive, L.A., 323.644.4200

Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific
Focus on Pacific Ocean sea life. Pet the sharks at Shark Lagoon; Lorikeet Forest, Monsters of the Abyss 3-D. Daily 9 a.m.–6 p.m. $11.95–$23.95, under 3 free. 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, 562.590.3100

Madame Tussauds Hollywood
New wax museum with some 115 likenesses of celebrities in music, film, television and more. Costumes provided for photo ops with figures. Daily 10 a.m.–8 p.m. $18–$25, under 4 free. 6933 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 323.798.1670 

Magicopolis serves up astounding magic shows in a classy venue that's one block from Santa Monica's popular Third Street Promenade. 1418 4th St., Santa Monica (310) 451-2241
Shows on weekends. Magic shop open throughout week. 

Mini Golf Sherman Oak
“Castle Park” is the San Fernando Valley's premier family entertainment center. Enjoy the finest miniature golf, arcade and batting cages
4989 Sepulveda Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA. 91403, (818) 756-9459  www.laparks.org

Pickwick Ice Skating, Bowling & Gardens
Great for families: state of the art year-round ice arena, 24 lane bowling alley, and outdoor garden center.
1001 Riverside Dr. Burbank CA 91506 818-845-5300 

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum
Three hundred displays feature curiosities gathered by traveler Robert Ripley in the 1930s. Daily 10 a.m.–midnight. $8.99–$14.99, under 5 free. 6780 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 323.466.6335

Star Eco Station
An 18000 square-foot environmental science and wildlife rescue center in a tropical jungle setting. Through a partnership with the Through a partnership with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, STAR ECO Station rescues and houses at-risk and endangered exotic wildlife. 10101 W Jefferson Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232, 310.842.8060 Hours:Sat-Sun 10am-4pm; Fri 1pm-5pm; Mon-Fri 1pm-4pm during summer months only.
Cost:Adults $8; Children $6;

Santa Monica Bayside District
Drawing locals and world travelers alike, Downtown Santa Monica is a popular Southern California coastal destination, anchored by the world-famous Third Street Promenade. Known for a twice-weekly farmers’ market, fabulous dining and terrific shopping, Downtown also has lots of entertainment choices from movies to live theater to street performers. All this comes packaged in a moderate Mediterranean climate, just minutes from beaches and the Pacific Ocean. 

Six Flags Magic Mountain
Theme park has 17 coasters; dozens of attractions; rides including world’s tallest, fastest and longest flying coaster, Tatsu. Call for hours. $59.99, under 2 free. 26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy., Valencia, 661.255.4111 VIP Tours $299

Universal CityWalk
Eye-popping dining, shopping and entertainment promenade includes boutiques such as Fossil, Guess? and Abercrombie & Fitch, novelty stores and state-of-the-art cinema and IMAX theater. iFLY Hollywood is a simulated sky-diving wind tunnel. 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, 818.622.4455  www.universalstudioshollywood.com

Universal Studios Hollywood
World’s biggest motion picture/TV studio. Rides include Jurassic Park, The Simpsons Ride and Revenge of the Mummy—the Ride. Tram studio tour includes The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, War of the Worlds and Desperate Housewives’ Wisteria Lane. VIP Experience is private guided tour through prop warehouse, working movie sets, soundstages. Call for hours. $74, under 3 free. VIP Experience $259. 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, 818.622.3801 - contact concierge for tickets.

Zimmer Children's Museum
Lots of fun activities for children, must be with an adult. Check website for calendar.
Hrs: Su 12:30pm-5pm, Tue 10-5pm, We 10-5pm VIB (Very Important Babies) 9 am -10 am, Thu 10-5pm, closed Mo + Sa
Admission Prices Adults: $8.00 Children 2-17: $5.00 Children under 2: FREE
Grandparents: FREE on Tuesdays when accompanied by a grandchild
6505 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048-4906, Suite 100
(323) 761-8984 

Giggles N' Hugs
Indoor playground for kids and adults with healthy restaurant and hourly activities (face painting, storytelling etc.) located at Westfield Shopping Mall, Century City
HRS: Mo – Thu: 10:30am – 8pm. Fri: 10:30am – 9pm. Sa: 10am – 9pm. Sun: 10am – 7pm
10250 Santa Monica Blvd., #155, Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310) 553-4847