New Delhi [India], Mar 16 (ANI): Every bride deserves a fun-filled trip to be remembered all her life. Rather than picking a place for a tipsy bachelorette party, why not do something different and choose a place that takes you to relax and chill mode, to shop till you drop and to rejuvenate your mind and soul.
Splurge yourself a little and try these 5 experiences in Beverly Hills for your pre-bachelorette trip:
Plan a Pool side party At the Beverly Hills Hotel
At The Beverly Hills Hotel, a legendary getaway for countless celebrities and VIPs, those diving into the hotel pool will be surprised as music plays underwater. Complimentary refreshments like frozen peanut butter cups, mini soft serve cones, or mojito pops are offered at various times throughout the day. The hotel also keeps guests looking fresh by offering an Evian mist and complimentary sunglass cleaning. Opt to enjoy full-service dining poolside from the Cabana Cafe, where guests can order Mediterranean-style small plates and entrees, wood-fired pizzas and wine delivered directly to their chaise lounges.
Shop till you drop in Rodeo Drive
Rodeo Drive's unrivaled shopping options have solidified their status as one of the most popular destinations in Los Angeles. With over 100 boutiques offering the finest in fashion apparel, handbags, shoes, home accessories, jewelry and more; shoppers can find almost anything within these three famed blocks. Not to miss is a step inside the flagship stores on Rodeo Drive for brands such as Chanel, Hermes, Cartier, Louis Vuitton and Harry Winston, which carry their full collections, including items exclusive to the Rodeo Drive store.
Urban Glamping Experience at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel
Experience the "great outdoors" at the Veranda Suite in Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel. The Veranda Suite is the only room in the hotel to reside on its very own floor. A soaring respite ten stories up, the one-of-a-kind, studio-style features a 2,140 square-foot terrace with unparalleled 270 degree views of the Hollywood Hills and Rodeo Drive.
The expansive tent offers the coveted Four Seasons sleep experience with a queen-sized bed and Four Seasons linens, lavish furnishings, a crystal chandelier, marble lamps, fur rugs and antique nightstands. Out on the terrace, oversized lounge furniture surround a fireplace and outdoor dining for eight completes the glamping experience. Guests who reserve the Veranda Suite also have full access to the large, one-bedroom suite which features a king-sized bed, walk-in closet, marble bathroom and modern amenities.
Relax and rejuvenate yourself with body spa
When it comes to spa and beauty services, Beverly Hills has it all whether you prefer a day-long, custom body and facial treatment with gemstones and caviar or a quick 30-minute foot massage with hydrating exotic oils. From five-star spas located in the best hotels to medical spas, or boutique locations off the beaten path, Beverly Hills offers a fabulous selection of spa and salon services and locations sure to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.
Take the art of spa to the next level in Beverly Hills and treat yourself to the glamorous Caviar Luxury package at The Beverly Hills Hotel Spa. Just like the A-list celebrities who frequent this spa, indulge your body with a 60-minute massage using rich and lush skin caviar creams, followed by a 90-minute caviar firming facial, leaving your face and body velvety soft and relaxed in lavish tranquility. Forgo the spa room and take the treatment poolside so you can relish the blue skies and the warm Beverly Hills sun.
Catch a show at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (The Wallis) has transformed a Beverly Hills city block into a vibrant new cultural destination. The theatre hosts a diverse lineup of music, dance, and plays. Performers here have included the likes of Tony Award winners Audra McDonald and Patti LuPone. And on a beautiful Southern California night, nothing beats spending intermission outside in the Jamie Tisch Sculpture Garden. (ANI)