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Brief Published: 26 Sep 2011

Iconic Hotel Bel-Air Reopens


After a two-year refurbishment, Los Angeles’ iconic Hotel Bel-Air will reopen in October.

The classic hotel – a member of the Dorchester Collection (Le Meurice in Paris, 45 Park Lane in London and The Beverly Hills Hotel in the US) – is renowned for its Spanish Colonial architecture and pink façade. Alexandra Champalimaud and Rockwell Group were behind the upgrade and were inspired by the works of architect-to-the-stars, John Woolf.

The hotel now features 12 apartment-style rooms with sweeping canyon views, outdoor decks and expansive sliding glass walls built into the adjacent hillside. The hotel also has three open-plan loft guestrooms and a spa by La Prairie. The restaurant has been handed over to celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck. 

Hotel Bel-Air