I ended up switching hotels halfway through the week to stay in Beverly Hills for two nights, and it was an experience I will not easily forget. I stayed at the Beverly Hills Plaza Hotel & Spa and could not believe the size of my room.
It was a one bedroom apartment, complete with living and dining rooms and a kitchen that was bigger than one of my apartments in college. It was a classy hotel, while it did seem dated compared to say the Ritz Carlton, it was dated in an old Hollywood kind of way. Very clean, very very kind staff, I’ve honestly never been treated so well at a hotel. It was a fun upscale experience, and the pool was a god send on our 95 degree October day,
Villa Blanca was on my list of must go to places while in LA. I am a huge fan of Lisa Vanderpump and had wanted to eat in one of her restaurants. The decor was stunning, the service was amazing (the waiter who served us was also adorable). The food was unbelievable and the mojito I had was delicious. Will definitely be returning whenever I make it back.
Bugatti Veyron. I was floored. Honestly could not believe what was parked on the curb in front of me. One of the most amazing pieces of automobile engineering. I beelined it past the Chanel boutique for this car. It’s that amazing.
Good night Beverly Hills.