What are guest rooms like at Hotel Bel-Air?

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Guest rooms at Hotel Bel-Air are actually little pink bungalows, each with its own gated entrance. While the front door opens up right into the bedroom in some,  they’re all beautifully designed, exceptionally comfortable and outfitted with the latest technology. Use the room’s iPad to scan the in-room dining menu or request housekeeping, and control the temperature and lights through the touch screen panel on your bedside phone. If you love the outdoors, we suggest you request a room with a private garden patio. The iconic Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel is all about indoor spaces that flow into the outdoors. We also love the sunroom work areas, which allow for some privacy without making you feel closed in.
As far as décor, the rooms designed by Alexandra Champalimaud all have a unique look, but share a clean style with a contemporary, Hollywood-glam look. Rooms at the Los Angeles hotel have natural wood paneling on the ceiling, limestone floors, a soothing color palette of cream, black and white, and thick white crown molding with 
a black stripe running along the bottom. Big floral prints by botanical artist Miron Schmückle add pops of color. Other contemporary touches included lacquer bed frames with print vinyl headboards, black lacquer nightstands with black lamps and mid-century dressers.

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