Luxe Hotel Rodeo Drive

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

360 N Rodeo Dr, Beverly Hills, California, 90210, United States
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
51%
169
Very Good
29%
97
Average
7%
24
Poor
4%
15
Terrible
7%
23

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 25% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families81
  • Couples90
  • Solo89
  • Business78

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Shopping at Rodeo Drive

by ealgisi

Want to shop like a real star ?
Well this is the right place to do it.

Lot of expensive shops (Armani, Valentino, etc...)
And even if you don't want to shop, i suggest to take a walk at Rodeo Drive, maybe just to have a look around...

Rodeo Drive

by al_mary

Rodeo Drive is a famous
three-block long stretch of
boutiques and shops in
Beverly Hills. It is known as
one of the most expensive
shopping areas in the world.
The center divide on this street
was a horse path until the early
1950s, and the shopping district
as presently constituted did not
exist until well into the 1970s.

It was the first place in California to implement diagonal pedestrian
crossings, also known as "scramble corners" at some particularly
busy intersections.

The picture is of the "Spanish Steps" on Rodeo Drive ....

window shop on Rodeo Drive....

by ddijak

window shop on Rodeo Drive. There is a promenade designed to look like Italy with all the famous Italian designer shops. Venice canal walk is beautiful for a stroll to look at the picturesque houses

You must have seen the Rodeo...

by gerald_trosc

You must have seen the Rodeo Drive and all the small and cute stores that are mostly not very cheap but it is very interesting to have a look at the shops of the world's most famous celebrities !
It is a feeling you cant describe, when you are standing on one side of the Rodeo Drive. Even photos can't be so real to imagine what kind of impression will last at you, if you were there.

Rodeo Drive

by shiran_d

"Tourists window-shop"

The stretch of shops and boutiques on Rodeo Drive is only three blocks long. It begins at Wilshire Boulevard on the south, and runs north to Santa Monica Boulevard, where the commercial section of the street gives way to an affluent residential neighborhood. But those three short blocks constitute the most famous shopping district in America, and probably the most expensive three blocks of shops in the world.

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Visiting Rodeo Drive

by ArizonaExpert

My wife is taking her sister to shop Rodeo Drive this Saturday for a birthday present. Any great places to eat for non-meat eaters? They were talking about the Ivey...but I don't see anything about it. Thanks!

RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by Roadquill

The only Ivy I know is on Robertson.

On Rodeo there is the McCormick and Schmick Fish place.

RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by raraavis

You are better off looking for restaurants in streets parallel to Rodeo, like Camden or Beverly or El Camino.

RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by travelgourmet

About two blocks over is the Real Food Daily, at 242 S. Beverly, a true vegetarian restaurant that is excellent.

RE: RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by YVRDave

Hey Larry, do you know what is where the Garden Bistro used to be on N. Canon?

RE: RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by travelgourmet

Hi Griff, the old Garden Bistro became Wolfgang Puck's $$$$ Spago's. There is a Bistro Garden in Studio City that is just as good.

RE: RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by YVRDave

Loved the place even with $10 cheese burgers in 1982

RE: RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by travelgourmet

The burger is now $18.00, but avocado is added. lol

RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by lmkluque

You might try Cafe Rodeo Cafe and Bar 360 Rodeo, at the Luxe Hotel, which is located at 360 North Rodeo Drive. This is the best place in my opinion, the prices aren't too high and I'm sure there are choices for vegetarians on it's California Cuisine menu. Sit at a table over looking Rodeo Drive or ask to sit in their patio. During Happy Hour they offer a Rodeo Martini for less than $4.00.

Hope this helps,
Linda



RE: RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by lmkluque

>>>Cafe Rodeo Cafe

Oops! One too many "cafes" there. Sorry, I get too excited just thinking about it.

RE: RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by lmkluque

Beefeater Martinis aren't the cheap ones. Are they? Just had two and ain't blurry eyed yet, but am having trouble typing. lol

RE: RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by travelgourmet

Linda, remember to eat the olive. Keeps you from seeing double, unless you order a double.

RE: RE: Visiting Rodeo Drive

by lmkluque

Guess you're right! The only thing I saw "double" was the olive and I ate both!!

What to do in Beverly Hills for two mid-twenties women?

by Laughinglunatic

Hi! My friend and I are going to visit Beverly Hills, CA for Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving. We are definately into the night life, shopping and sightseeing. Does anyone have any recommendations on the must see/must do while we are there? Thanks!

RE: What to do in Beverly Hills for two mid-twenties women?

by raraavis

You can shop (or windown shop) on Rodeo Drive, Saks 5th Ave on Wilshire. Then go to Spago for dinner/drinks. Spago is an upscale restaurant/bar in Canon drive, parallel to Rodeo Drive.

Travel info about Cali. Best beaches, diffent kinds of hints...

by m4qs

Hi!
We are planning to travel to the west coast of US in summer. I´m just curious about what not to miss and what is´nt worth seeing.. We´ve decided to stay in SF for about 4 days, then rent a car and travel down to LA, where we are going to stay for about 5 days..

I´m just wondering, which thing are worth/isn´t worth seeing..
I´m also curious about which one of beaches is nicest one on the westcoast..

RE: Travel info about Cali. Best beaches, diffent kinds of hints...

by Seekeroftruth

You should check out the Green Turtle tour it is structured for backpackers so it is reasonable priced and well worth doing,I'm sure they have a web site so try a search

RE: Travel info about Cali. Best beaches, diffent kinds of hints...

by travelgourmet

Many things to do and see around San Francisco. On your trip to Los Angeles, if you travel Hwy 1, you can see beach cities or the beaches for most of the way. There is Santa Cruz, Monterey, Pacific Grove,Carmel-by-the-sea, Big Sur and the drive on Hwy 1 to Cambria, Morro Bay, and San Luis Obispo. Now on the Hwy 101 South to Pismo Beach (one of the best beaches) and the turn inland to Solvang, back to the sea at Santa Barbara, then return to Hwy 1 in Oxnard to see the ocean all the way in, passing by Zuma (one of the best beaches), Malibu, and into Santa Monica (Venice Beach). You are now in the Greater Los Angeles Area. There are many things to see along the way and the best way to find out is to look at the Travel Guides here on VT for ideas by VTers for the main cities I mentioned along the route. Happy travels.

RE: Travel info about Cali. Best beaches, diffent kinds of hints...

by RovingWyvern

When you're in LA, I suggest checking out Santa Monica beach/pier (then head over to 3rd street Promenade), and Venice Beach. These are not the nicest, but they're the most INTERESTING beaches, in my opinion.

Visit Hollywood Blvd, which has many things like Mann's Chinese Theater, Walk of Fame, Kodak Theatre. You can see Hollywood sign in the distance. Farmer's Market is off the beaten track, but only locals know about it.

Rodeo Drive is pretty cool, just to say you've been there.

Museums: LACMA or John Getty.

RE: Travel info about Cali. Best beaches, diffent kinds of hints...

by m4qs

Ok, thx for all the answers.. I´m looking forward to the trip..

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