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Mothers visiting the city are treated like royalty on Mother’s Day (and every day!)

Shoppers on Rodeo Drive

The Mother’s Day holiday presents an opportunity for an even more personalized experience for moms and those celebrating the mothers in their life. Whether you’re a mom or just want an excuse to salute mothers everywhere, there is something for everyone

Beverly Hills, known for its glamour, acclaimed hotels and world-renown shopping, rolls out the Red Carpet for moms all year long. Everyday in Beverly Hills, visitors and locals can treat themselves to pampering, delicious meals, art galleries and exhibits, and fabulous boutiques. The Mother’s Day holiday presents an opportunity for an even more personalized experience for moms and those celebrating the mothers in their life. Whether you’re a mom or just want an excuse to salute mothers everywhere, there is something for everyone in Beverly Hills.

  • Stroll Brighton Way

For last-minute gift ideas for Mom and treats for you, visit Brighton Way’s first-ever Mother’s Day event. Eighteen retailers on this charming, European-like road have banded together to offer mothers and their loved ones a passport to savings and prizes. The five-block street will be brimming with excitement on Saturday, May 8th, 12 to 4pm, as participating stores are providing free gifts with purchases, a bracelet-making workshop at Bonpoint, in-store giveaways and a chance to win big prizes. Big prizes indeed, like a two-night stay at Maison 140 Beverly Hills or a Martin Katz necklace. To enter, shoppers collect five stamps on ‘passports’ that will be given out on Brighton Way during the event. It’s up to you whether or not you gift Mom or keep the prizes for yourself. A two-hour free parking garage is located at 9515 Brighton Way. Learn more at http://www.beverlyhillschamber.com/BrightonWay.

  • See at The Paley Center for Media

What mom doesn’t appreciate good TV? Especially television shows that feature doting mothers like Carol Brady or Claire Huxtable as shining examples of motherhood. The Paley Center for Media salutes moms on and off the screen during their ‘May is for Mothers’ fest. Everyday from May 1 through May 30th at 12:30pm, The Paley Center will celebrate the long and rich heritage of television mothers -- from Molly Goldberg and Victoria Barkley to Betty Draper and Lois Griffin – with a screening of their infamous TV shows. Visit http://www.paleycenter.org for more information.

  • Sip at The Wine Valet

For the mom with a sophisticated palate, visit The Wine Valet. Literally located in the valet drop-off area at Two Rodeo Drive, this boutique offers a bevy of tastes for the wine lover. Treat Mom and her gal pals to a chocolate and wine pairing party (starting at $49 per person). If she loves bubbles, book a sparkling wine class so she’ll know the difference between prosecco, cava and champagne (starting at $199 for up to three guests). Or, sign her up for a customized wine club and she’ll receive her favorite vino each month (starting at $69 a month for two bottles). For more details call Wine Valet 310-274-9224 or email customerservice@wine-valet.com.

  • Stay and Spa at The Beverly Hilton

The Beverly Hilton hotel says “Thanks, Mom” this Mother’s Day with an all-inclusive spa package appropriately called ''Thanks, Mom." The package includes a ‘Fountain of Youth Facial’ and a Swedish massage from The Aqua Star Spa at The Beverly Hilton, and an overnight stay in a Junior Suite, perfectly packaged at a price of $450 (valued at over $680). This gift is one she is sure to cherish. Offer valid until May 31, 2010. Visit http://www.beverlyhilton.com for more details.

  • Savor on Canon Drive

For a classic Beverly Hills brunch experience, treat mom and the whole family to brunch at Montage Beverly Hills. Enjoy a four-course prix-fixe menu in Parq, which includes a glass of Krug Grand Cuvee Champagne upon seating. Guests may then adjourn to Parq’s European-inspired display kitchen where Executive Pastry Chef, Richard Ruskell will tempt with an elaborate dessert buffet. This special menu will be offered on Mother’s Day from Noon to 3:00pm. $85/Adult, $25/Child (4-12 yrs old). If a Mother’s Day brunch buffet is preferred, Montage Beverly Hills also offers a 10-station holiday buffet with a glass of Krug Grand Cuvee For details, call 310-860-7800 or visit http://www.montagebeverlyhills.com.

For the international foodie, take Mom to experience the sensational Venezuelan flavor of Coupa Café. For Mother's Day, Coupa Cafe is offering a special three-course, $22 brunch menu with a complimentary mimosa or bellini. The regular menu is also available all day so Mom can get her fix of specialties like arapas and cachapas. For reservations call 310-385-0420 or visit http://www.coupacafe.com.

For Mother’s Day 2010, hotels and restaurants throughout the city are offering the Red –Carpet treatment to Mom. Visit http://www.lovebeverlyhills.org for more offers.

About Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills is one of the world’s most sought-after locales. Centrally located in greater Los Angeles, Beverly Hills is a premier vacation and business travel destination, boasting beautiful year-round weather, acclaimed full-service and boutique hotel accommodations, sumptuous dining, world-renowned designer boutiques and incomparable shopping. Synonymous with Hollywood glamour, Beverly Hills enjoys an international reputation as the home and playground of A-list movie stars. The city is not only known worldwide for its grand mansions and chic shops along Rodeo Drive, but also for its multitude of art and architecture, spas and salons, and walkable drives. Learn more at http://www.lovebeverlyhills.org and stay connected via twitter and Facebook. Through August 31, 2010, twelve hotels in the city are offering a complimentary night stay and free daily breakfast. Visit http://www.BreakfastInBH.com for details.


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