Hotels near Bel Air
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One of the most coveted addresses in the United States, Bel Air is situated between Beverly Hills and Brentwood in the hills north of Sunset Boulevard. Winding roads lead into the canyon, where many multi-million dollar homes are enclosed by tall gates or thick vegetation. Most of Bel Air is exclusive and private, like the Bel Air Country Club, which has a golf course designed by George C. Thomas that opened in 1925. Restaurants in the area include Vibrato Grill jazz club and the newly renovated Hotel Bel-Air, which features a Wolfgang Puck restaurant and a glamorous lounge. UCLA's Hannah Carter Japanese Garden is also located in Bel Air.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Bel Air

Hollywood Hotel-The Hotel of Hollywood
Hollywood Hotel-The Hotel of Hollywood
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3.8
1507 reviews
1160 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles
from $125
The Dixie Hollywood
The Dixie Hollywood
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3.2
1981 reviews
5410 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles
from $95
Best Western Plus Dragon Gate Inn Hotel
Best Western Plus Dragon Gate Inn Hotel
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3.8
416 reviews
818 North Hill Street, Los Angeles
from $79
Crowne Plaza Los Angeles - International Airport
Crowne Plaza Los Angeles - International Airport
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3.6
5123 reviews
5985 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles
from $107
Mr. C Beverly Hills
Mr. C Beverly Hills
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4.0
956 reviews
1224 Beverwil Dr, Los Angeles
from $331
Holiday Inn Express West Los Angeles
Holiday Inn Express West Los Angeles
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3.9
556 reviews
11250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles
from $167
Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles Downtown West
Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles Downtown West
611 S Westlake Ave, Los Angeles
from $152
Beverly Laurel Hotel
Beverly Laurel Hotel
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3.7
878 reviews
8018 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles
from $94
Ritz Milner Hotel
Ritz Milner Hotel
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3.4
2939 reviews
813 S Flower St, Los Angeles
from $92
Crowne Plaza Beverly Hills
Crowne Plaza Beverly Hills
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3.0
864 reviews
1150 S Beverly Dr, Los Angeles
from $176
More About Hotels near Bel Air...

One of the most coveted addresses in the United States, Bel Air is situated between Beverly Hills and Brentwood in the hills north of Sunset Boulevard. Winding roads lead into the canyon, where many multi-million dollar homes are enclosed by tall gates or thick vegetation. Most of Bel Air is exclusive and private, like the Bel Air Country Club, which has a golf course designed by George C. Thomas that opened in 1925. Restaurants in the area include Vibrato Grill jazz club and the newly renovated Hotel Bel-Air, which features a Wolfgang Puck restaurant and a glamorous lounge. UCLA's Hannah Carter Japanese Garden is also located in Bel Air.

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