Bel-Air, Los Angeles
At a Glance
A true hide away in the big city of LA
Set within 12-acres of landscapes gardens in the Canyon
Located in Beverly Hills within easy reach of Los Angeles top attractions
Master Chef Wolfgang Puck's restaurant features award-winning modern Californian cuisine
House town cars to take guests within 3-miles of the hotel
Even if you're not staying at the Bel-Air, reserve a table for lunch at Wolfgang Puck's restaurant for a quintessentially Beverly Hills' dinning experience and a sprinkling of star-spotting. The Heirloom tomato salad and the Thai salad are legendary.Maudie Tomlinson
Hotel Bel-Air has a genuine exclusivity and acts as a haven for those wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of LA yet still being in the center of the cityScott Dunn team
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A true hide-away in the big city of Los Angeles, couples and families alike fall for the Bel-Air. All rooms and suites have been completely transformed in a two year refurbishment by designer Alexandra Champalimaud bringing the glamorous decades of the 1930s, 40s and 50s to life with a fresh, youthful and contemporary twist.
The famous restaurant, bar, and catering services are run by world-renowned master Chef Wolfgang Puck with a menu featuring modern Californian cuisine with European and Mediterranean influences. The spectacular garden setting makes it a destination restaurant in Beverly Hills for ladies that lunch to serious foodies.
Within 5-minutes of Beverly Hills' Rodeo Drive and 10-minutes to Melrose Avenue for the very best shopping, 20-minutes from the nightlife of Sunset Boulevard and 30-minutes to the ocean neighborhoods of Santa Monica and Venice, the Bel-Air is a popular urban retreat in the heart of Los Angeles most affluent and star-studded neighborhood for those wishing to be in the heart of the city. The hotel town cars are on hand to drive guests within a 3-mile radius of the hotel, perfect for shopping on Rodeo or lunch at the Polo Lounge.
Surrounded by 12-acres of lush gardens Hotel Bel-Air has 58 guest rooms and 45 suites, including seven one-of-a-kind specialty suites. The incredible transformation of Hotel Bel-Air by the famed interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud was inspired by 1930's, 40's and 1950's Hollywood, a period of Southern Californian residential architecture and design that produced an all American style evoking glamour and graceful living with international flair.
Hotel Bel-Air’s design has always mixed the influences of Spanish colonial, layered with the smooth finishes and graceful shapes of French Deco. The style that has emerged is young, fun, fresh and elegant.
Hotel Bel-Air feels like a home away from home, a place to escape and unwind, with exceptional service and hospitality.
Hotel Bel-Air has a romantic ambience that makes it popular with couples but it is also extremely popular with older families who will enjoy staying within the residential neighborhood of Beverly Hills. Families enjoy the luxurious accommodations, fine food and some of the best shopping in the world, right on their doorstep. Interconnecting guestrooms and suites make the Hotel Bel-Air an excellent set up for those requiring a two or three-bedroom set up and access to private outdoor living space.
Meticulously re-designed by the acclaimed architect and designers, Rockwell Group, the new restaurant and bar are run by the world-renowned celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck who is often found chatting to guests whilst they dine al fresco on the patio.
All dining venues at Hotel Bel-Air feature modern and seasonal Californian cuisine with European and Mediterranean influences. Menus reflect the healthy California lifestyle and will showcase the best of California’s wonderful, fresh ingredients such as produce from Chino Farms and local farmers’ markets. Their heirloom tomato and mozzarella salad is a must-try when in season.
The famous hotel bar was re-designed keeping its unique club-like vibe in mind. A central fireplace, grand piano and wood panelled walls will make you feel like you've been transported back to the
Golden Age of Hollywood whilst you are sipping a martini at the bar.
La Prairie, the luxury Swiss beauty company revered for its collection of powerful, anti-aging products opened its first spa at Hotel Bel-Air. From the moment you enter the Hotel Bel-Air Spaby La Prairie, guests' every need will be tended to, allowing them to truly unwind, and enjoy a time of indulgence.
La Prairie's comprehensive menu of services includes customized de-aging facials for men and women, unique body treatments, pampering nail services and European, Asian and therapeutic massages. The new state-of-the-art fitness studio is adjacent to the spa.
Hotel Bel-Air's poolside service is second to none and concierge on hand to assist with everything from personal shopping trips to concert tickets. Mercedes town cars are available to all guests to travel within a 3-mile radius of the hotel for shopping and restaurant reservations.
Set among 12-acres of landscaped gardens, Hotel Bel-Air is uniquely situated in the exclusive Bel-Air Estates neighborhood. Only minutes from the business and entertainment hubs of Beverly Hills and Century City as well as West Hollywood and Sunset Boulevard with its infamous rock 'n' roll venues, bars and world-class restaurants. Designer shopping is endless on Rodeo Drive and designers abound on Melrose Avenue, the Pacific Center cannot be beaten for interior design pieces or go to the Grove for the ultimate shopping experience complete with shopping concierge and personal shoppers.
Location & Directions
Bel-Air, Los Angeles
Located on Stone Canyon Road near Sunset Boulevard in Bel-Air. In the suburbs of Los Angeles and close to Fowler Museum, J. Paul Getty Museum, and University of California Los Angeles. Also nearby are Getty Center and Hammer Museum.
When to go
Los Angeles has a year-round climate. Summer (June - September) is the peak-tourist season, this is when the weather is hottest but beaches can be overcrowded. January and February are the rainiest months. If you are visiting in May, June or July, watch out for the 'marine layer', a cloudy overcast, almost fog-like cloud which may affect the beach and first mile or so of the coastal strip, especially in the mornings.