New visitors centre for Beverly Hills

28th Aug 2012
New visitors centre for Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau and the city of Beverly Hills has announced the opening of their new, state-of-the-art Visitor Center located at 9400 South Santa Monica Boulevard, in the heart of the Golden Triangle.

The 500 square foot welcome centre will be the gateway into the city offering the ultimate in service.

Whether you prefer high-tech or high-touch, the new Visitor Center will help navigate the city with insider tips and information available through touch screen displays, iPads, brochures and an on-site concierge.

The centre will also feature the city’s iconic heritage with photo displays and videos showing historic locations juxtaposed against modern day views.

Plus, Visitors will be able to purchase Beverly Hills keepsakes to remember their visit to this world-renown city.

“The Visitors Center will be the ultimate microcosm for the Beverly Hills experience,” said Offer Nissenbaum, managing director of The Peninsula Beverly Hills and newly appointed chairman of the Visitors Bureau’s Board of Directors.

“No matter where you go in Beverly Hills, visitors will find the perfect experience to suit their needs.

“The Visitor Center will help guests fulfil those expectations by providing access to information that will help them customize their visit.”

The centre is set to be a first stop upon arrival to the city and offers a prime photo opportunity in front of the iconic Beverly Hills Shield.

Collateral including maps, shopping guides and itineraries, are translated into several languages and will aid international visitors in customizing their experience in Beverly Hills, whether in town for a few hours or a few weeks.


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