Beverly Hills has a new visitors center. // (c) 2012 Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau
Beverly Hills, Calif., has more to offer visitors than ever before, with a new visitor center and special promotions on luxury hotels this fall.
The state-of-the-art Beverly Hills Visitor Center, which opened Oct. 4 in the heart of the city, provides free concierge services and exclusive offers to both visitors and locals. It offers insider tips and helpful information through touch-screen displays, iPads, brochures and an on-site concierge and includes photo displays and videos of the city’s history. Special offers range from gifts with purchases to complimentary specials from local partners. Tickets and passes to local attractions are also available, as well as a variety of other opportunities.
“The visitors center will be the ultimate microcosm for the Beverly Hills experience,” said Offer Nissenbaum, managing director of The Peninsula Beverly Hills and newly appointed chairman of the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau’s Board of Directors. “No matter where you go in Beverly Hills, visitors can find the perfect experience to suit their needs. The visitor center will help guests fulfill any expectations by providing access to information that will help them customize their visit.”
With the Fall Into Luxury hotel promotion, visitors have even more reason to enjoy the city. Through Dec. 30, guests who stay a minimum of two nights at a participating property will receive a $100 hotel credit for hotel services and a complimentary room upgrade at the time of booking. Participating hotels include Avalon Hotel, The Beverly Hilton, Beverly Wilshire, Luxe Rodeo Drive, Montage Beverly Hills, The Peninsula Beverly Hills, Thompson Beverly Hills and other properties.