About Rodeo Drive Beverly Hills:
Tribes: Who likes this place?
What the scores mean:
These scores tell you how well-liked a place is in each Tribe. Gogobot Tribes are groups who share a certain travel style, like Family Travelers or History Buffs.
Which Gogobot Tribe do you belong to?Join now
- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 62%Local Culture
- 56%Art & Design Lovers
- 53%Family Travelers
- 53%Business Travelers
User Reviews (85 Reviews)
- Rodeo Drive Beverly HillsMar 03, 2014
Rodeo Drive is only three blocks long. It begins at Wilshire Boulevard on the south, and runs north to Santa Monica Boulevard, where the commercial section of the street gives way to an affluent residential neighborhood. But those three short blocks constitute the most famous shopping district in America, and probably the most expensive three blocks of shops in the world.
- Rodeo Drive Beverly Hills
- Rodeo Drive Beverly HillsMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersAdventure TravelersNov 23, 2013
It's a street. But the cars parked on the streets cost more than most people's houses.
And you pretty much only see tourists watching other tourists. But if you want to shop, go for it; it's mostly upscale shops though. Parking is a pain to find on a busy day. But Hey! it's Beverly Hills! So roll like a celebrity!
- Rodeo Drive Beverly Hills
- Rodeo Drive Beverly HillsAmbassadorMember ofStudentsBackpackersOct 26, 2013
It's so famous, you can't NOT see it if you're in Los Angeles. High-end, luxurious, expensive, and popular among celebrities, it's fun just to stroll down this boulevard and pretend you're rich enough to shop in the stores. (Or if you are, go crazy!) It always gives me that "Cool, I'm in Beverly Hills!" feeling, and I keep my eyes sharply peeled for celebs. I haven't seen anyone yet, but it always works out that someone was sighted either before or after I left that same day. Figures. ;)
- Rodeo Drive Beverly HillsAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13Oct 24, 2013
It truly is like in the movie "Pretty Woman," so many high-end shops and boutiques. You will see luxury all around you from the cars, to the fashion to the overall feeling you get. I can't afford much here but really nice to drive through.
- Rodeo Drive Beverly HillsMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersWellnessOct 19, 2013
There are three kinds of people who go to Rodeo Drive: those who can afford to shop there, those who wish they could afford to shop there, and those who are fascinated by people who care about shopping there. Whichever you are, Rodeo’s guaranteed to be an interesting excursion – and a more likely place to run into someone famous than, say, Mann’s Chinese Theater. But if your tax bracket is more Gap than Dolce & Gabbana, I’d suggest considering Rodeo a living urban museum exhibit and saving the shopping (and eating, and drinking, and coffee buying) for another neighborhood.
- Rodeo Drive Beverly HillsOct 17, 2013
The last time I went to Rodeo Drive, I was window shopping in Cartier (the only kind of shopping I'll ever be able to do there) and heard a women say to her friend, "I can't believe this watch is only $10,000!.
So those are the kind of people that actually shop here. I also touched a bag in Louis Vuitton and was reprimanded by a security guard because it was in the "just look" section. In any case, Rodeo Drive is beautiful: the people are beautiful, the clothes are beautiful, the shoes (oh, the shoes!) are beautiful, and the street itself is really pretty. Parking on side streets isn't too difficult, though there are a couple parking garages along Rodeo.