90210, a number often makes us think of palm tree lined, sun soaked streets, red convertibles, paparazzi, luxury, and excess. Home to the biggest actors and actresses in the world, Beverly Hills, California is a must see destination during your visit to Los Angeles. And what better way to tour this upscale oasis than in your very own charter bus provided by TCS. We are the most reliable private charter bus rental in Beverly Hills in addition to all of Southern California for over 30 years. We receive the highest safety certification in the ground transportation industry and professional drivers know how to keep the paparazzi at bay, allowing you and your group to indulge their inner celebrity.
GET SPOTTED AND CATCH YOUR BIG BREAK:
Nestled in the heart of Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive run over 3 blocks and boasts some of the most elegant and influential luxury brands in the world, all in one place. From Gucci, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton, all of the preeminent fashion and luxury brands have called Rodeo their home at one time or another. Come and max out your credit card or simply window shop in this beautiful section of Beverly Hills, but save some cash for dinner!
DINE WHERE THE STARS DO WITHOUT WORRYING ABOUT VALET.
Your personal charter bus driver will wait for you patiently as you dine at any one of the many five-star restaurants available in the 90210. Make sure you get your reservation in advance for CUT by Wolfgang Pukc, an ultra modern steakhouse. Or try his other Beverly Hills mainstay, Spago: A recipient of the AAA Four Diamond Award as well as back-to-back stars in The Michelin Guide, Spago is one of only three restaurants in the city to win this coveted distinction. For breakfast or lunch, check out the ultimate Beverly Hills “power” spot, The Farm of Beverly Hills. Agents from nearby Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and William Morris Endeavor (WME) meet here daily to finalize the deals that make Hollywood dreams come true.
DONE BREAKING THE BANK?
Your charter bus driver goes where you want him to. Visit Beverly Gardens Park, and take a picture in front of the iconic Beverly Hills sign, seen in many TV shows and movies set here. Or would you rather take in some culture after your foray into the lives of the rich and famous? The Hammer Museum, operated by curators from UCLA, boasts collections featuring works by Van Gogh and Rembrandt. They also feature rotating exhibitions as well as 300+ film, art, and music events held every year, always with free admission.