The Belamar Hotel

★★★★☆

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The Belamar Hotel was such a quiet oasis once I got out of LAX airport. The entrance from Supulveda Ave is a bit awkward, the main lobby is hidden behind shrubbery and is a sharp right turn opposite a residential neighborhood. It?s a straight shot from LAX and thankfully, there is no reason to get on the horrid 405 freeway. I quickly found out that the Ambrose has NO guest parking. If you pull into the property, valet attendants will handle your luggage and take your car keys which I handed over willingly. At about 11:00pm the lobby was incredibly quiet and it felt like I had stumbled upon an Austin Powers movie set. The decor is very Old Hollywood circa 1960?s.

Check-in was very easy and even though the clerk tried to get us to stay a few more nights, our room keys were handed to us with no problems and we were directed to our double queen deluxe room. The Belamar boasts a decent number of rooms but each room is still beautiful to look at. Chechout was easy but we found that they charged us $18 per day for parking! They do not provide free parking and yet they don't explain that you are charged $18 to park on hotel grounds.

PROS: beautiful hotel rooms
CONS: no free parking whatsoever

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★★★★☆

The Belamar Hotel was such a quiet oasis once I got out of LAX airport. The entrance from Supulveda Ave is a bit awkward, the main lobby is hidden behind shrubbery and is a sharp right turn opposite a residential neighborhood. It?s a straight shot from LAX and thankfully, there is no reason to get on the horrid 405 freeway. I quickly found out that the Ambrose has NO guest parking. If you pull into the property, valet attendants will handle your luggage and take your car keys which I handed over willingly. At about 11:00pm the lobby was incredibly quiet and it felt like I had stumbled upon an Austin Powers movie set. The decor is very Old Hollywood circa 1960?s.

Check-in was very easy and even though the clerk tried to get us to stay a few more nights, our room keys were handed to us with no problems and we were directed to our double queen deluxe room. The Belamar boasts a decent number of rooms but each room is still beautiful to look at. Chechout was easy but we found that they charged us $18 per day for parking! They do not provide free parking and yet they don't explain that you are charged $18 to park on hotel grounds.

PROS: beautiful hotel rooms
CONS: no free parking whatsoever

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Barnaby's, a landmark in the area, closed supposedly because of building code violations. Then, after extensive changes, the Belamar opened. Family who have stayed here love it, noting the rooms are comfortable and tastefully furnished and the service is really good.

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Barnaby's, a landmark in the area, closed supposedly because of building code violations. Then, after extensive changes, the Belamar opened. Family who have stayed here love it, noting the rooms are comfortable and tastefully furnished and the service is really good.

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