Celebrity Hotels

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Le Royal Monceau, Paris, France

Since its opening in 1928, this iconic establishment has hosted such guests as Ernest Hemingway, Walt Disney, and Sofia Coppola. Philippe Starck’s recent reimagining of the decor stays true to the hotel’s storied past, rich in history, art and Parisian elegance.


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Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai, UAE

Claudia Schiffer, Tiger Woods and Roger Federer count the Burj Al Arab among their favourite hotels. This seven star resort is 321 metres of billowing architecture, where one can expect gold plated opulence at every turn. The extravagant hotel décor is highlighted by jewel tones, chandeliers and spiral staircases.


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Las Ventanas al Paraiso Resort, Los Cabos, Mexico

With a name which means “Windows to Paradise”, it’s easy to see why Las Ventanas al Paraiso resort has welcomed a long list of A-list celebrities, including Jennifer Aniston, JLo, Adam Sandler and Leonardo DiCaprio. The luxury Mexican beach hideaway in Los Cabos, with its fresh white exteriors and lavishly landscaped grounds, overlooks a sparkling sapphire sea. Guest rooms feature intricately carved furnishings, colourful native paintings and a personal telescope to gaze at the stars.


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The Little Nell, Aspen, The United States

This legendary hotel in America’s most famous ski town Aspen, is where the stars come to rest and relax after a long day on the slopes. A traditional mountain chalet, The Little Nell has played host to the likes of Jack Nicholson, Kate Hudson and Mariah Carey. Warm, neutral tones, plush sofas, sleek leather armchairs and an abundance of fireplaces, create the perfect atmosphere for a wintery escape.


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The Mercer, New York, The United States

Amid the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple, The Mercer hotel provides a home-away-from-home for Hollywood celebs such as Jay-Z, Kanye West and Renee Zellweger. In 2005 it made headlines when Russell Crowe launched a telephone at an employee, but beyond this incident, it’s also known for its chic, sophisticated feel.  Located in Soho, The Mercer provides guests with loft style rooms featuring striking high ceilings, large windows and an abundance of natural light.