Hotels are featured within millions of films across a range of Genres - including romance, horrors and comedies. And there’s nothing more exciting than exploring a new city and recognising one (if you’ve ever been to Berlin and stood by the Brandenburg Gate, you’ll spot Hotel Adlon which has been used in a few films). If you’ve ever wanted to reenact your favourite movie, or just follow where your favourite celebrity has filmed, we’ve pulled together a list of amazing hotels from around the world that you can book into for a cosy night away…
Fontainebleau Suites, Miami Beach
If you love a classic Gangster film, then you’ll enjoy visiting the Fontainebleau Suites at Miami Beach where scenes from Scarface were filmed with Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer who are relaxing around the pool, with fantastic views surrounding them. You might also notice the hotel from one of James Bond’s classic films, Goldfinger.
A Four Seasons Hotel
Pretty Woman is one of the most beautiful - and romantic - films of all times. It’s set in the stunning Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills where Julia Roberts and Richard Gere fall for each other. You’ll recognise both the outside of the hotel, and also the interiors from the bedroom - although this is a set, the film crew wanted to have the same style within the film. Today, the hotel has the film available for guests to watch.
Taj Lake Palace Udaipur
One of the most spectacular hotels in the world was featured as part of James Bond film, Octopussy. It’s an 18th century hotel based in India, also known as the floating palace which is complete with white marble walls throughout. It’s complete with 83 bedrooms, perfect for those wanting to experience Bonds lifestyle…
The Stanley Hotel
If you’ve watched The Shining, this hotel might not be top of your list but we would love to go and explore this - as long as our room number wasn’t 237! It’s located in Colorado, a couple of miles away from the Rocky Mountain National Park with views of Lake Estes, the perfect peaceful escape.
What’s film hotel would you like to visit? If it were not fictional, the top of our list would be the Grand Budapest Hotel! Let us know over on Twitter #GBLOVES