Exclusive, posh and opulent describes the prosperous California neighborhood of Beverly Hills. Home to some of Hollywood's most distinguished stars, Beverly Hills harbors legendary shopping on Rodeo Drive, numerous celebrated restaurants and some of California’s most beautiful private homes and estates. Pristine and intimate, Beverly Hills exudes a sense of glamour within a small-town setting. A hotel near Rodeo Drive shopping, Thompson allows easy access to the best Beverly Hills attractions and dining.
“Commando chef” Thomas Keller has done it again with this “long-awaited” Beverly Hills bistro (“sister” to the Yountville original) that “lives up to its reputation” with “perfectly prepared”, “quintessential” French classics like “exquisite roast chicken”.
A Beverly Hills classic, located just up the street from the hotel on Canon Drive, prepares steak and American cuisine often to some of Los Angeles’ most recognized celebrities.
The start of many of Wolfgang Puck’s masterpieces, Spago is the epitome of fine dining with excellent service and food that always satisfies and is just a couple blocks from Thompson Beverly Hills.
Fogo De Chao
“A blast” if you’re in a “red-meat frenzy”, this Brazilian steakhouse chain proffers skewers laden with “glorious” “hand-carved” cuts that “keep on coming”, courtesy of a “fantastic” staff in gaucho get-up.
This cool and trendy organic café offers the freshest and healthiest selection of sandwiches, salads, and baked goods. Vegan and vegetarian options are readily available.
Known for its breathtaking ambiance of waterfalls and glass floors overlooking koi ponds, Crustacean’s appetizing Vietnamese cuisine never fails to attract hip foodies looking for a taste of something new.
Grill on the Alley
Continues its legendary traditions by offering an extensive selection of superior quality classic American food served in a sophisticated, yet warm and unpretentious atmosphere.
A few blocks from the hotel is the heart of the Beverly Hills shopping district in a charming European inspired landmark. The cobble-stoned road features some of the most elegant stores such as Versace, Baracci, Lalique, and Tiffany & Co.
Paley Center for Media
Also known to many as the Museum of Television and Radio, this significant museum, located on Beverly Blvd., demonstrates the importance of television and radio on an intellectual level featuring a collection of more than 75,000 TV and radio.
Beverly Hills Trolley Tours
For only $5, this 40 minute guide to Beverly Hills escorts passengers in an open trolley through the neighborhood pointing out notable landmarks and celebrity homes. The tour begins at the corner of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way.
Featured in many major motion pictures including “Indecent Proposal”, “Spider-Man”, and “Town and Country” this 16-acre, 55-room architectural and historical landmark is one of the few magnificent Beverly Hills mansions that offer a close up look to the public at no cost.
Petersen Automotive Museum
Located just over a mile from the hotel the four-story, 300,000-square-foot museum shows off more than 200 motor vehicles, from the historic to the futuristic.
Featuring some of LA’s most avant-garde selections from Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen, among others, as well as limited-edition jewelry pieces and accessories.
Polkadots & Moonbeams
A boutique for the unconventional. Popular amongst stylists and celebrities, with original pieces and individualized attention and style assistance.
With stores such as Kitson and Tory Burch, this is the place to shop after a lovely lunch at The Ivy. Paparazzi may be found waiting for celebrities as they shop in this posh area.
Just four blocks West of the hotel, people travel from all over the world to see 100 of the finest shops in the pristine Beverly Hills setting.
A beautiful outdoor shopping center with a huge fountain outside surrounded by trendy shops, Movie theater, buzzing farmers market and a great place for celebrity sightings!