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Your Guide to a Girls’ 24-Hour Romp Through Beverly Hills

Discover the Best of Beverly Hills With Your Besties

Ah, Beverly Hills. Is there a city more iconic? Synonymous with luxury and dripping with style, 90210 is a zip code jam-packed with rooftop bars, lavish hotels, premium poolside parties and, of course, unparalleled shopping. When it comes to planning an epic girls weekend to remember, take a page from the playbook of the hottest local trendsetters and tastemakers by exploring an array of eateries, boutiques and nightlife that blend beloved mainstays with cutting-edge hotspots. From elevated spa experiences to world-class wine bars, historic mansions to modern museums, Beverly Hills truly has it all. Grab your girls and get ready to play—the California way!

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4 p.m.

Check into the SLS Hotel

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Just a hop, skip and a jump away from the best shopping, dining and nightlife that the city has to offer, the SLS Hotel, Beverly Hills will keep you gals in perfect proximity to everything you could imagine for a fabulous weekend on the town. Snag a Terrace Room (or upgrade to a sumptuous deluxe suite) for a unique outdoor oasis that’s truly your own. You can perch poolside on the rooftop to see the city from new heights, and be sure to grab craft cocktails at Wasp in a Wig, the resident speakeasy, before heading out for the night.


5 p.m.

Tomoko Spa

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Get ready for a truly next-level spa experience. With its serene vibes and luxurious ambiance, you’ll feel as if you’ve just stepped into a Japanese oasis at Tomoko. Prepare to be greeted with a welcome cup of tea and light bites before a pre-massage Ashiyu (foot bath). Incorporating hot stone placements, organic oils and fragrances, along with the signature Japanese Sake treatment to recalibrate your internal balance and energy centers, the soothing Tomoko massage is unparalleled. Enjoy a private cleanse in peaceful zen after your rejuvenation session to keep that centered feeling all weekend long (and beyond). 



7 p.m.

Dinner and Drinks at Funke

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One of the most fabulous new hotspots in the city, Funke is now the place to see and be seen. Begin with cocktails on the rooftop and clink glasses at the stunning pink onyx bar, surrounded by the local glitterati. Marvel at the alfresco views of the cityscape and soak in all of the dreamy Amalfi Coast vibes. Once properly buzzed, head downstairs to the glamorous dining room, where you’ll feast on elevated Italian fare. Enjoy the living dinner theater that takes form inside the glass kitchen workshop, where you’ll observe handmade pasta being crafted from the comfort of your velvet booth.



9 p.m.

Wine at Sur le Vert

Sur le Vert (French for “on the green”) is the perfect cozy spot for appreciating a bold glass of red, a zingy white pour or a bevy of bubbly. Run by the team behind Los Feliz’ beloved Tabula Rasa, Sur le Vert invites guests to sit back and test their taste buds with an abundant array of wines from around the world—all yours for the tasting. Take a seat at the luxurious bar with its plush green seating, and take some time to admire the elegant decor, outfitted in 50 shades of emerald, which keeps with the place’s colorfully posh name.




9 a.m.

Breakfast at Ella Beverly Hills

Rise and shine! Pop over to the SIXTY Hotel for a savory breakfast at Ella Beverly Hills. Chow down on a Wake Up Plate smorgasbord of eggs, bacon and a dose of greens, grab a group grazing board with a full spread of lox and bagels for the table, or get your fix of morning staples like avocado toast and organic omelettes. Enjoy the eclectic space with its whimsical decor of retro art and signage, art deco chandeliers and Instagrammable mural walls to spruce up your feed—while you feed.


10 a.m.

Explore Greystone Mansion

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Don your finest and head to Greystone Mansion for a tour of the architectural marvel and its splendid grounds. Built in the 1920s, the formerly private estate once housed stables, kennels and tennis courts, while the gardens included private lakes, babbling brooks and waterfalls. Now owned by the city, you can explore the magnificent manor and learn more about its macabre history (hint: it may or may not have been the site of a splashy murder-suicide). An on-site multimedia theatre and event space hosts cinematic and stage productions, as well as live chats and demonstrations. You can get tickets to everything from Shakespeare revivals to intimate talks with gardening experts.


11 a.m.

Window Shop on Rodeo Drive

If you haven’t yet experienced the iconic luxury retail strip known to the world as the star-studded Rodeo Drive, well, what are you waiting for? Whether you’re ready to splurge or just here to spectate, you can stroll along the main drag and visit all of your favorite couture juggernauts, from French powerhouses like Chanel to runway and ready-to-wear giants like Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Hermes. Weave through the steady stream of Lamborghinis and Maseratis cruising the palm-dotted boulevard and witness the parade of luxury living in real time.


11:30 a.m.

Egyptian Rose Latte at Cafe Sheera

Make your way over to nearby Bedford Drive for a quick caffeine fix at one of the most elegant coffee and pastry shops on the block. Choose from a dazzling display of luxurious sweets and Mediterranean style-treats, from decadent chocolate boxes to flaky baklava, while sipping on a soothing Egyptian Rose Latte. Of course, no Los Angeles eatery would be complete without a selection of superfoods, so be sure to try the chocolate-covered dates (don a #Dateme cap as a souvenir) and snap a selfie in front of the colorful signature flower wall.



Detoure Pop Up

Time to score some deals! Pop over to the Detoure pop-up shop, where you can shop thrifted pieces inspired and curated by your favorite influencers. Branded the “influencer thrift shop,” you can create killer looks and bag up everything from mini dresses and rompers to tanks and tees to jackets and bikinis from lines you love like Princess Polly, Urban Outfitters and Fashion Nova—all for up to 80% off the original retail value. Now that’s hot!


1 p.m.

Lunch at The Cheese Store

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Dress up in your new designer duds and get ready, because things are about to get a little cheesy! Beverly Hills’ beloved haunt, The Cheese Store, is a charming spot to sample the best Camemberts and provolones this side of the pond. Come for the sumptuous sandwiches (like La Macellaia with prosciutto, Finocchiona, and spicy Ventricina) and smart salads, all featuring tastes of mouthwatering meats and cheeses. After your meal, stay to peruse the aromatic assortment of imported rinds from this veritable fromagerie. Stock up on your top choices to take home or grab a gift basket for someone special. 


2 p.m.

Pottery Class at Bitter Root Pottery

Feeling artsy? Why not put those hands to work and take a group pottery-making class at Bitter Root Pottery? Slip into the stunning studio at BRP Baroque, where you’ll shape your clay with views for days. Setting up shop in an utterly chic workspace—a fifth-floor penthouse with panoramic city views—you and the gals can take a two-hour adult class (beginners welcome!) and work your magic on your very own wheel. Create a beautiful creation that will forever remind you of your epic Beverly Hills getaway.


4 p.m.

Explore Mr. Brainwash Art Museum

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One thing is for sure, LA knows how to do modern art. From splashy murals around town to innovative museums and galleries of contemporary masterpieces, the city is truly a feast for the eyes. For a unique and immersive experience, make like a group of gallerinas and enjoy an afternoon at Mr. Brainwash Art Museum. Soak in the permanent collection of visionary artist and curator Thierry Guetta with an array of colorful sculptures, private paintings and multimedia installations that’s sure to spark hours of conversation.

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Based in Los Angeles, Kandace has spent the past ten years in the fashion and lifestyle space, and recently in entertainment at Sony Pictures Studios. She has a Masters in Journalism from Emerson College and has studied in Paris, Firenze, and Washington DC, beginning her career as a style editor and tastemaker for NBC. She is an internationally award-winning filmmaker, having studied screenwriting for film and television at UCLA, and her work has been celebrated around the world, in cities like London, Nice, New York, and Montréal. Paying homage to her French heritage, she is also the creator of The Chic American--a style and culture editorial destination for Francophiles, dedicated to the art of living an elevated, French-inspired lifestyle.




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