There are varying levels of wine lovers—the novice who is just discovering new wine and food pairings and the connoisseur who collects wines from all over the world and delights in savoring their rare, aged favorites. There are also “winos”—they really don’t need an excuse to drink wine, and who can blame them?
It’s a new year for new beginnings! With December as the most popular month to get engaged according to TheKnot.com and WeddingChannel.com, there are plenty of future brides who are now flooding their Pinterest boards with wedding ideas. Planning a wedding is exciting, but let’s face it, the term ‘bridezilla’ exists for a reason.
Everyone knows Rodeo Drive is an epicenter of high fashion, as millions of travelers flocking to Beverly Hills every year to check out the latest fashion trends being showcased on the world-renowned street. But what is behind the success of Rodeo Drive?
Picture this: You’re sitting in your private cabana and sipping mai tais on a beautiful, 80-degree California day while receiving a massage and being sprayed with a cool mist as you people-watch through your newly cleaned sunglasses. This is not a scene out of a movie, but what you can expect at the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel during a typical Los Angeles summer afternoon.
We sat down with Peri Ellen Berne to talk about the unique relationship between Rodeo Drive and its community and to get all the details on the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style, from its inception to present day.
Surrounded by their closest friends and family members, American Idol‘s first couple said “I do” during their dream wedding at the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, located in the secluded Brentwood neighborhood, near the famous Getty Museum and close to UCLA‘s campus.
In the heart of it all, sits the Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel, offering an ultimate indulgent experience for guests. And in addition to its everyday exquisite service, the hotel has opened its Penthouse Suite and Terrace this summer for a Sunday Champagne Brunch. It offers a perfect brunch dining experience on the only rooftop open to the public in one of the world’s epicenter of haute couture fashion.