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Beverly Hills is one of the most celebrated cities in the world, with a reputation for beauty, glamour and outstanding City services.

Beverly Hills is one of the most celebrated cities in the world, with a reputation for beauty, glamour and outstanding City services. Located in the middle of Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills has approximately 34,000 residents, but a daytime population estimated to be 150,000 to 200,000. The business and commercial districts, notably Rodeo Drive, five-star hotels and designer flagship stores, rank on the same level with cities of several hundred thousand. Last year, Beverly Hills celebrated 100 years of cityhood and a glamorous past that began with the establishment of the Beverly Hills Hotel and the arrival of movie stars beginning with Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford and their famous mansion, Pickfair. Today Beverly Hills is as lovely and glamorous as ever. With world-class shopping, fine restaurants, an emerging nightlife and the new Wallis performing arts center, Beverly Hills remains one of the most popular destinations in the world.


Runners are encouraged to dine, shop and be entertained in our partner cities that participants in the Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon pass through on their way to the Finish Line. Each city is unique and has a lot to offer – check out the links below for ideas!

Discover must-see attractions in our suggested itineraries and our online Beverly Hills Visitor Guide at Should you require personalized assistance, please contact our Visitor Center Concierge at 1-800-345-2210 or come into the Beverly Hills Visitor Center when you arrive in town. We look forward to welcoming you to the center to plan your trip, help you shop and take advantage of our complimentary concierge services.


Beverly Hills is known the world around for unparalleled luxury and five-star accommodations, but there is truly something to love about the city for everyone and every budget! Enjoy our list of 50 free things to do in Beverly Hills.


Beverly Hills is much more than a shopping and restaurant paradise – it is a sophisticated city with a rich and diverse art and cultural history with access to such venues as The Paley Center for Media, The Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts, Greystone Mansion and Park and more than 60 public art pieces and notable works and multiple parks and gardens. Beverly Hills Art & Culture


From world-renowned fashion houses and department stores to one-of-a-kind local boutiques, Beverly Hills offers a shoppers' paradise located within a compact, easily walkable area. Tour the Walk of starting at the intersection of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way and head north to view plaques along two blocks of Rodeo Drive honoring style legends for their contributions to the worlds of fashion and entertainment. Beverly Hills Shopping


Beverly Hills/Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon Information Sheet
Beverly Hills -- Marathon
Race Day Issues: Call the City of Beverly Hills Hotline -- 310-550-4680

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