11 miles to Los Angeles International Airport
With Beverwil Drive to the South and the intersection of Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills to the North, Rodeo Drive is a notorious two-mile-long street that is known worldwide. These 3-blocks north of Wilshire Boulevard and south of Little Santa Monica Boulevard are known internationally for its luxury stores. The “Golden Triangle,” is the business district surrounding Rodeo. It extends from Wilshire Boulevard to Santa Monica Boulevard and it is a place to shop as well as a tourist draw.
Prada, Cartier, Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, these are just a few of the boutiques in the walkable district. Then there is the pedestrian-only Two Rodeo Drive, which offers the most unique and upscale shopping experience in the entire city.
Top off your Rodeo Drive excursion at the infamous Beverly Wilshire Hotel, which provided the backdrop setting for the popular film, Pretty Woman, and has served as the home to many celebrities, including Warren Beatty, John Lennon and Elvis Presley.
Additionally, there are some not to be missed restaurants like 208 Rodeo Restaurant, with an inviting patio for alfresco dining, and Urasawa, an upscale sushi restaurant.
You may want to end your Rodeo Drive adventure with a memorable photo in front of the stairs and fountain on the south end of Two Rodeo Drive. You’ll treasure the memory for a lifetime.