Beverly Hills, an amazing holiday destination for New Year
(5 months ago)
New Delhi , Dec 25 : New Year is going to ring in a few days time and if you are planning a holiday, Beverly Hills in California can be a spectacular destination.
The amazing lighting display along the streets in celebration of the holiday season is something to watch out for this New Year.
Showcasing a breathtaking lighting display, which will stay lit through the first week of January, Beverly Hills will come alive with stunning geometric and iridescent light installations along North and South Beverly Drive, Canon Drive and Rodeo Drive.
Other features of the City which make it worth visiting are:
Sumptuous food that delights taste buds:
Celebrate the holidays with a festive meal served family-style at The Belvedere. The set menu includes Chestnut Bisque, Ham Hock and Scallion Cassoulet, Free-range Turkey and much more! Enjoy The Belvedere's award-winning cuisine at home as well as at the Christmas Dinner.
Shopping a must:
Shopping enthusiasts can walk down to Rodeo Drive and experience an avalanche of exclusive world-renowned brands. From Prada, Cartier, Chanel, Gucci to the newly opened and incredibly designed Louis Vuitton flagship are must visit fashion destinations in the walkable shopping district, which is anchored by the pedestrian-only Two Rodeo Drive.
Classic holiday screenings at The Paley:
The Paley Center for Media celebrates the joy of the season with a special family-friendly experience. Holiday Time in Paley Land features continuous daily screenings of beloved classic holiday TV programs from the Paley Archive, along with family activities and a visit with Santa.
Experience the magic with Master Illusionist Ivan Amodei in his critically acclaimed show Intimate Illusions. This 90-minute performance blends compelling story-telling, incredible coincidences, psychological illusions and brain games paired with dazzling live music.The performance has been called "Spectacular" by Broadway World and "Brilliant and Enthralling" by Beacon Hill Times.