Discover Los Angeles & the Beverly Hills Conference and Visitor Bureau took Aussie Advisors on an unforgettable escape to L.A. full of luxury, health & wellness offerings.

Yes, they got the full celebrity treatment.

Consultants flew with Air New Zealand to LAX last month where their journey began with a surprise star-studding experience as they used the exclusive terminal, ‘The Private Suite’, usually reserved for travellers seeking discretion aka celebrities.

The suite meant Advisors could skip the queues and relax in a private lounge before their TSA screening.



From there, the group experienced the best of L.A and Beverly Hills luxury accommodation offerings across the city, including the recently opened Hotel Figueroa a Leading Hotel of the World member and the Nomad L.A, as well as the luxury apartment-style offering at LEVEL Furnished Living – perfect for sports fans with its proximity to Staples Centre and LA Live.

Over in Beverly Hills, SIXTY Beverly Hills Hotel and Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills gave a glimpse of the higher-end offerings, and on the Westside, they visited the Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, Hotel Bel-Air and Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. The recently opened Dream Hollywood Hotel also offered a taste of L.A’s signature laid-back luxury style.


L.A. is renowned for being at the forefront of the health and wellness movement and Advisors were treated to a refreshing dose of this with a visit toHowling Juice, known for its organic juices, wellness shots, tonics and smoothies. They also stopped by Wanderlust Hollywood, a yoga and wellness centre complete with an organic restaurant and rooftop space.

A luxury trip to the City of Angels wouldn’t be complete without a stroll along Beverly Hills’ famous shopping strip, Rodeo Drive, and agents also paid a visit to Westfield Century City where they enjoyed a VIP shopping experience with The Private Suite Century City.

The suite offers members luxury and discretion and even has its own private elevator, providing direct access to Century City’s restaurants, theatres, and Westfield’s retail experience of more than 200 boutiques.

With more museums than any other U.S. city, L.A.’s iconic Getty Center was a great place to start and the group also took a tour of The Petersen Automotive Museum and Vault.

They were even lucky enough to experience the opening night of the Beverly Hills’ BOLD Holidays festival that debuted the exhibition of interactive artist, Alexa Meade, who encourages passers-by to step into her two-dimensional paintings and interact with the installations by donning hand-painted attire and accessories.

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