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Turndown service at Hotel Bel-Air involves setting your room up for a relaxing evening. The curtains are drawn, the covers and sheets are carefully turned down and slippers are placed next to each side of the bed. A bottle of water and a chocolate is left on each nightstand, and the lights are dimmed so you can just climb into bed and flip on the large flat-screen television. The nice thing about the guest bungalows at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel is that you can control the lights and temperature from the touch screen on the telephones next to each side of the bed.