By Deb Flomberg
You can take the 10 East or you can take the 101 South, or just head west on Third Street. No matter what route you take, there are many ways to head out to enjoy The Grove in Los Angeles. Bask in the California sunshine on your way to a day packed with plenty of luxury and shopping at stores like Anthropologie, Barney’s New York, Coach, Michael Kors, Swarovski and more.
While you are shopping, be sure to hop on the free Grove Trolley, which was built on an actual undercarriage from a 1950s Boston street car. The free trolley ride takes just six minutes and runs the length of the track between The Grove and the Farmers Market. Or you can check out the Dancing Fountain that spurts out water as it moves to tunes from Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Bette Midler and many others.
Of course, the Grove is known for its concierge services as well, offering you true luxury while you shop. You can take advantage of their package checking services so you don’t have to cart around all those bags all day, or use the personal shopping service to really enjoy everything that The Grove has to offer.
And once you’ve had enough shopping, relax at The Grove Theatres with full concierge service and plenty of high-backed stadium style seats at 14 screens. Following your movie, you’ll want an easy trip back to the car, so you will want to have taken advantage of one of The Grove’s two signature valet areas located near each of the main entrances to the parking structure. The service at the valet stations is also impeccable, as they retrieve your packages form the concierge desk and coordinate dining reservations for you.
Yes, a day trip to the Grove is a prefect way to enjoy a sunny weekend day in Los Angeles. Of course, the day is made even more special starting with your drive in your E250 BlueTEC Sport Sedan from Mercedez-Benz of Encino. The luxury and classic lines of this Sport Sedan compliment a day at the stylish Grove perfectly.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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