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Bel Air Travel Guide

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Hotel Bel-Air’s Modern New Look

After 65 years in one of Los Angeles’s loveliest canyons, the iconic Hotel Bel-Air lands firmly in the 21st century.

Touring Los Angeles’s Celebrity Homes

Gawking at the Los Angeles homes of everyone from Jayne Mansfield to Charlie Sheen, T+L contemplates the deeper meaning of celebrity real estate.

Literary Life in Istanbul’s Changing Society

In and around the Turkish university where she once taught, Nancy Milford finds literary life at the heart of a changing society.

The Samba of Golf

The "new beautiful game" is taking off in Brazil

T+L Reports: Spice Island

Since the opening of the star-studded Laluna resort in 2001, all eyes have been on Grenada. Now its latest addition, Bel Air Plantation, on 18...

The New Berkshires

Tanglewood is still thriving, and Birkenstock-shod weekenders wander the green rolling hills. But the presence of distressed velvet—of fluke sashimi—suggests a western Massachusetts metamorphosis.

Pilgrimage to North Dakota

Only a passion for Peggy Lee could send bon vivant Christopher Petkanas on a pilgrimage to Jamestown, North Dakota—hometown of the late chanteuse

Make a Splash

A celebration of oceans, lakes, and rivers, in which the invariably submerged David Handelman explains his lifelong passion for getting wet. (PLUS) River trips, hotel...

50 Caribbean Beaches

The most fabulous places to sleep, eat, shop, relax, and get away from it all—right on the water's edge

Driving Range: The Z Zooms Back

The folks at Nissan aren't shy about telling you that their all-new 350Z sports car is a hottie, a legitimate make-your-palms-sweaty-and-your-mouth-dry object of wanton desire....
HOTELS

Hotel Bel-Air, Dorchester Collection

What sets the Bel-Air apart is its sense of sanctuary; despite the property’s relatively large size (12 acres), the warm staff, the cozy Spanish Mission-style architecture, and the old-world... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air

The iconic hotel recently reopened after a two-year hiatus—and the restaurant is already a star. The Mediterranean-inflected California cuisine, such as the baby beet, celery root, and goat... more ›


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