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The Beverly Hilton offers two parking options: valet and self-park. Use the valet. The hotel charges $42 for both parking options, so you might as well let the valet bring you your car (plus, the valet always sticks a bottle of water in there for you when you’re headed out). Keep in mind, though, that if you’re doing something local, like shopping on nearby Rodeo Drive, you can avoid any hassles altogether by using the hotel’s complimentary house car, an R-Class Mercedes. It’s available first-come, first-served, daily from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. A driver will bring you anywhere in the Golden Triangle, basically within a three-mile radius of the hotel in the Beverly Hills and Century City neighborhoods. Just ask the doorman for a ride in the car; if it’s available, it sure beats looking for parking around Los Angeles. If you can’t catch a ride, you can also walk to a lot of restaurants, shops (Rodeo Drive is nine easily walkable blocks) and other sights from the hotel.