The Ritz Hotel (London)
No other London hotel has earned such a strong reputation for celebrity guests than The Ritz. The traditional nature of the establishment is perfect for people who enjoy the grandiose nature of true British service.
Lanesborough Hotel (London)
Overlooking Buckingham Palace, the Lanesborough Hotel offers some of the city’s most prestigious and exclusive suites. Commonly visited by royals and celebrities, such as Madonna and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Hard Rock Hotel (Las Vegas)
No other hotel on the planet sees more world famous bands pass through it than the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas and residents visiting the casino floor will often see some of the most famous names in music enjoying the gambling.
West Hollywood Hotel (Los Angeles)
The West Hollywood Hotel is situated directly on the infamous sunset strip. Often the central hub for musicians, actors, directors and famous people from all over the globe.
The Grand Hotel (Paris)
The Grand Hotel has been around since 1877 and is perfect for those who want to experience traditional French style and themes. Frequent visitors include Rhianna, who has even sung in the hotel in the past.
Hôtel du Louvre (Paris)
Overlooking many of the most famous landmarks in the city, including the Louvre Museum, the Opera Garnier and Place du Palais, this neo-classical mansion is one of the most active celebrity hotspots in the city.
Palazzo Versace (Queensland)
The Palazzo Versace is one of Australia’s most loved celebrity hotels. It’s currently used as one of the locations in the reality show, “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” Past visitors include U2, The Rolling Stones and Owen Wilson.
The Ritz-Carlton (Sydney)
The Ritz-Carlton is one of the most grandiose hotels in Sydney and is often frequented by celebrity guests. Past visitors include the late Michael Jackson and US presidents; Reagan, Nixon, Carter and Ford.