Valerie Wilson Travel

Hotel Bel-Air

A hidden sanctuary amongst the wooded hills, untouched by the clamour of life beyond the gates of Bel-Air

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VIP Amenity

Suite Access™ guests will receive a hotel credit equal to 100 units of local currency for each night booked; minimum of two-night stay required. Complimentary breakfast is offered for two persons, per suite bedroom, per night.

Property Credit

100 units daily hotel credit per night

The Property

Nestled in 12 acres of landscaped gardens, this peaceful getaway-from-it-all is where the rich and famous go to hide. Just minutes from Los Angeles’ most popular attractions, Hotel Bel-Air is regarded as one of the most beautiful and romantic hotels in the world. The hotel has won consistent praise for its impeccable service, luxuriously-appointed rooms and charming atmosphere. All of its newly-refurbished guest rooms are designed with innovative technology and the 45 suites include one-of-a-kind specialty suites, offering grand residential-style living with large garden patios and fireplaces. For exceptional luxury, the impressive Presidential Suite has its own private pool. Indulge in modern California cuisine with European and Mediterranean influences, courtesy of Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air, where the menu is based on locally sourced ingredients from farmers’ markets, served in a smart dining room or on the pretty garden terrace. The elegantly-appointed Hotel Bel-Air Spa by La Prairie is an oasis within an oasis, offering the finest face and body treatments, including customized age-defying facials and unique body treatments, for some well-deserved downtime.

The Location

701 Stone Canyon Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90077

Destination Tip

Los Angeles’ headliner is without doubt The Walt Disney Concert Hall. Designed by acclaimed LA-based architect Frank Gehry, the $275 million masterpiece stages performances by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and touring performers throughout the year. The city boasts an exceptional range of concert venues, including the historic Hollywood Bowl, the Dolby Theatre – home of the Academy Awards Ceremony since 2002, and Universal Studios’ Gibson Amphitheatre.