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Originally opened in 1946 as a luxury hideaway for the rich and famous, the Hotel Bel-Air’s brilliance as a Hollywood icon has, if anything, increased since its renovation, finished in... Full review →
Now part of London's illustrious Dorchester Collection. For those needing sanctuary from the Klieg lights' glare, a dozen new hillside rooms flaunt private spa pools and glorious canyon views.
Hollywood royalty’s favorite hideout reemerged last fall with a La Prairie spa, a pricey Wolfgang Puck restaurant, and 103 sumptuously furnished rooms and suites. Full review →
Luxury is taken very seriously at this romantic retreat cherished for its tranquility and tropical gardens complete with white swans.
This Spanish Mission-style icon has been a discreet hillside retreat for celebrities and society types since 1946, and recently reopened its pink doors to unveil an updated look. Full review →
A visit to Hotel Bel-Air will transport you back to Hollywood's glamorous golden age. Full review →
This opulent early-20th-century castle wins a never-ending stream of praise for its faultless service, luxurious accommodations, and magical ambience. Full review →
Much loved for its isolated storybook setting, complete with swans, swaying palms and almost twelve acres of lush gardens and tiled courtyards. Full review →
Deluxe and seductive, this is a long-standing movie-star hideaway in landscaped grounds in a secluded canyon. Full review →
Recently revamped Mission-style resort in Bel Air’s lush hills, with a Wolfgang Puck restaurant and La Prairie Spa Full review →
One of LA’s iconic properties, this Bel Air hideaway favored by royalty... is a classy Spanish Colonial estate where white swans preen in romantic gardens. Full review →
Long ranked among the world's finest hotels, these 12 acres of lush gardens and waterfalls resemble a private estate.
Closed for refurbishment til mid 2011 Full review →
This luxury retreat in ritzy Bel-Air is one of Los Angeles' -- indeed, one of the country's -- poshest and most romantic getaways. Full review →
The nicest hotel in LA bar none – and the only business in Bel Air – in a lushly overgrown canyon.
Hotel Bel-Air looks like Barbara Cartland’s dream hotel, with its pink stucco front and Swan Lake, but you’ll also find sensuous modern rooms, an incredible Wolfgang Puck restaurant and... Full review →
This elite and quietly decadent Mission-style '20s hotel, a dreamy getaway on 12 fairytale acres of lush landscaping, reopened in 2011 after a major two-year overhaul. Full review →
What sets the Bel-Air apart is its sense of sanctuary. Full review →
A "fabulous retreat from the hubbub of LA", this "grand" Dorchester Hotels "oasis" "tucked away in the swanky neighborhood of Bel-Air."
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