Bel-Air is a splendid residential enclave in the lush foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains. It is part of the Platinum Triangle, a group of neighborhoods in the Los Angeles area that are extravagantly wealthy.
The top-secret reason why celebrities are coming back and buying properties here, is the pleasing and secluded back roads that will give you that emotion like you are miles away from one of the most crowded cities in America.
Bel-Air Country Club
The Bel-Air Country Club is a social club located in Bel Air, Los Angeles, California. The property includes an 18-hole golf course and tennis courts. The place is perfect for outdoor activities!
Planning to throw a big event? Whether it’s for a small family or colleagues’ gatherings to an extravagant wedding, this beautiful location with a stunning view overlooking the ocean will surely wow your guests.
Hotel Bel-Air Spa
The heart of Hotel-Bel Air Spa is The Enclave, a 570+ square foot private suite, which includes a shower, bathtub, and shaded patio with a relaxing waterfall and outdoor seating. Perfect for couples or groups of up to 10 people, The Enclave is ideal for those who wish to indulge in privacy and pamper themselves.
Le Belvedere – a mansion developed by Gigi and Bella Hadid‘s father, Mohamed Hadid is located in the affluent Los Angeles neighborhood of Bel-Air, was recently listed on the market for a jaw-dropping $85 million.
It is a 35,000 sq. ft. property that has 10 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. What’s mind-blowing about it? It has a secure open motor court that parks at least 20 cars, plus garage facilities, including two for limousine-length vehicles; a 5,000-bottle wine cellar with an attached dining room and entrance hall with bar and entertainment area; a grand ballroom that seats 200-250 guests with a commercial kitchen (for the caterers, obviously); a courtyard dining area for 100 guests; a 70-foot infinity pool and 12-person spa; eight rose gardens, three large fountains and four fountains with sculptures. And that’s not even the half of it.
Bel-Air Mansion –Nicknamed “Billionaire,” the extravagant property includes a helipad, five bars, a bowling alley, a 40-seat movie theater, an 85-foot infinity pool, and a massive candy wall. When it first hit the market in January 2017, the Bel Air home was the most expensive listing in the US. It was once listed for $250 million finally sold in October for $94 million — a 62% discount.