The Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau has launched its fall campaign, Something to Feel Good About.
The campaign emphasizes safety, simple pleasures, treating oneself and shopping locally. Hotel packages offered for a limited time give visitors even more incentive to visit the city’s world-class hotels, celebrity-dotted restaurants and idyllic shopping experiences, and to experience first-hand the enhanced hygiene practices that the city has undertaken in order to ensure the safety of all visitors.
To meet the changing needs of today’s travelers, the Beverly Hills hospitality community has quickly pivoted to bring its safety expertise to the forefront to ensure all visitor safety and security concerns are being met head-on.
“Beverly Hills has always been a leading expert in providing a pristine experience,” said Julie Wagner, CEO of BHCVB. “Now more than ever, it is important that guests see all the ways that we are ensuring their safety. Visitors today will find the same Beverly Hills that they know and love – but with a few visible changes, reflective of the changing times.”
To welcome visitors back to Beverly Hills, and in partnership with its collection of world-renowned hotels, BHCVB is offering visitors new bookable packages through Dec. 31 that include valuable add-ons such as complimentary parking, food and beverage credits, room upgrades, late checkouts and complimentary breakfasts, among others.
The special packages are available from 10 of Beverly Hills’ most celebrated hotels, including AKA Beverly Hills; Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, which reopens on Oct. 1; Sirtaj Hotel, the Beverly Hills Hotel; the Beverly Hilton; the Maybourne Beverly Hills; the Mosaic Hotel; the Peninsula Beverly Hills; Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills and Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills.
For information, visit lovebeverlyhills.com/ something-to-feel-good-about and youtube.com/watch?v=S0ohP7L813c.
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