Beverly Hills and Bel-Air
We offer two options for 9 bedroom homes, both located in the exclusive Beverly Hills and Bel-Air area of Southern California. World-famous Rodeo Drive is the best place for designer shopping and high-end local boutiques, making it a must visit for those who delight in the latest fashions. This area is a world-class destination for fine dining, with many internationally renowned chefs owning and operating restaurants. This is also the perfect place for those who have an interest in Old Hollywood history, and you can visit some of the most iconic spots in movie history. Enjoy all this and more while staying in one of our 9 bedroom properties!
Beverly Hills Polo Estate
This property offers a magical old Hollywood feel, as it was originally built in 1941 by Paul Williams, at the time a highly sought-after architect for the stars. These halls once held parties attended by actors, musicians, and public figures. With an abundance of natural light and dark wood floors, this property is inviting and comfortable. The main house features 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, and the guest house offers an additional 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. The lush grounds and private pool give you the feeling of your own personal oasis. Available amenities include 24-hour dedicated concierge, in-home spa services, daily housekeeping, and a private chef.
The Beverly Manor
Our Beverly Manor property offers the quintessential opulent Beverly Hills living experience. This old-world inspired mansion combines the over the top luxury of a European abode with all the conveniences of modern living. This property can accommodate 18 guests, and each bedroom features an en-suite bathroom for ultimate privacy. Beverly Manor features a private outdoor pool, private tennis court, barbecue, sauna, spa, fitness center and wine cellar. This is the perfect property for a destination wedding, corporate event, or simply to experience the best of Beverly Hills living.
Exploring Beverly Hills
While you are staying the heart of luxury in one of the most prestigious area codes on the planet, why not rub elbows with the rich and famous? Start your day out right by stopping to smell the roses – literally. The main draw to Beverly Gardens Park might be the illuminated 40-foot sign (it’s an Instagram mainstay for visitors), the park features nearly two miles of walking paths through gardens of cactus, roses, and fountains. It also hosts an outdoor art show the third weekend of every month from May to October.
If brunch or a mid-morning cocktail strikes your fancy, head down to the Beverly Hills Hotel (aka “the pink hotel”) and grab a drink on their tropical pool deck at the Cabana Café. Bask in the sunshine and the intoxicating fragrances of their lush gardens or admire the scenic city views from the Bar Nineteen12, but keep your eyes peeled for celebrities – you never know who will stop by.
Next up, if you want to update your wardrobe, make sure you look the part of a Beverly Hills socialite, or just treat yourself, the upscale high-end shopping of Rodeo Drive is just minutes away. Grab the plastic and hit the boutiques and specialty stores that line this two-mile stretch of retail heaven. Department stores with personal shoppers and designer stores with stylists await, including such designer names as Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Saint Laurent. As you stroll these flashy streets and marvel at the ornate storefronts, you’d never believe Beverly Hills got its start as a single Spanish-style ranch that grew lima beans.
After a morning of drinks (hey, they have plenty of stylish cafés, too) and shopping, why not make it an educational afternoon? The Los Angeles County Museum of Art boasts exhibits ranging from pre-Columbian works to contemporary masterpieces, and is perfect for the art lover. You can also visit the Revolver Gallery, dedicated to the life and works of Andy Warhol, or the Paley Center For Media, a national repository of over 160,000 classic television and radio shows, plus iconic advertisements. If iconic architecture suits you, Beverly Hills will not disappoint. From its famous palm-lined avenues to its historic homes, there is no shortage of aesthetics here. The most famous spots to visit include Greystone Mansion (as seen in numerous classic movies and now a city park with lush gardens and fabulous views), the Spadena House (a private residence, but a popular photo stop), and Anderton Court, Frank Lloyd Wright’s last L.A. project (located on Rodeo Drive).
If you have kids in your entourage, they will enjoy the La Brea Tar Pits, a recreation of a pre-historic fossil site, and perhaps the scene of L.A.’s first traffic jam. On weekends, the Beverly Hills Farmer’s Market (Sundays, 9am-1pm) is a perfect family spot. It features over 60 local vendors plus a petting zoo and educational “Cookin’ Kids” workshops every second Sunday.
Vacation in one of the most luxurious places in the world by staying in one of our stunning 9 bedroom vacation rentals in LA, California!