After being closed for two years of extensive redesign, the hotel Bel-Air is now accepting advance reservations.
The highly anticipated renovation of the ultra swank Hotel Bel-Air is nearly finished and set to re-open October 15. Award-winning designer Alexandra Champalimaud re-imagined this legendary hotel along with the Rockwell Group, creating a fresh aesthetic, inspired by the glamorous golden age of Hollywood. The result unfolds as an elegant, contemporary design for the hotel rooms and public spaces.
Rooms will start at $565 per night and include a total of 103 guestrooms and suites, featuring 12 new accommodations, built into the hillside offering sweeping canyon views, outdoor fireplaces and spacious decks with private spa pools. There will be also be seven individually designed specialty suites including the famed Grace Kelly Suite and a new Presidential Suite compound with 6,775 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space. This suite will offer private dining for 10, a chef’s kitchen, a study, great room with grand piano, and a private pool located within a private Spanish courtyard. There will also be a La Prairie-run spa and three loft-style guestrooms in a new 12,000 square foot Spanish mission style structure featuring a fitness studio and new bell tower.
The dining venues have also received a facelift. The restaurant will reopen under the management of Master Chef Wolfgang Puck and his restaurant group will oversee all of the property’s food and beverage operations. Named Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air, the exciting new dining epxerience will focus on modern California cuisine.