Some hotels can be very attractive for the Hollywood filmmakers that are searching for the perfect place to shoot the next big hit, around the world filmmakers, have blurred the line between reality and the fantasy of motion pictures, so get to know these 5 Iconic Movie Hotels That You Should Stay In Once.
Park Hyatt – Tokyo
This hotel is perhaps the most famous as the setting of Sofia Coppola’s complex exploration of her 2003 comedy Lost in Translation. Hotel guests can enjoy the same Japanese whiskey that Murray’s character promotes at the New York Bar and take a dip in the same pool where he swims laps.
The Waldorf Astoria – New York
In 1931 the Astoria was the tallest hotel in the world. This hotel has welcome the U.S. president Herbert Hoover and also a fair number of filmmakers. It’s possible to see in many movies such as Scent of a Woman, The Royal Tenenbaums, Coming to America, and Maid in Manhattan.
Millennium Biltmore Hotel – LA
This hotel has an impressive list of hundreds of movies and television shows filmed inside, including Ghostbusters, The Italian Job, Ocean’s Eleven, and Chinatown. As you can see it’s possible that you watch a “Filming in Progress”.
Hotel Regina – Paris
Converted from a king’s stable into a hotel for the World Expo in 1900 it has been owned by the Baverez family since it opened. This hotel has appeared in the movies The Bourne Identity and Nikita, among others
Fontainebleau – Miami Beach
Famous for its appearance in one of the most iconic gangster films of all time, Scarface, the Fontainebleau has also served as the backdrop in scenes from The Bodyguard and in the introductory scene of Goldfinger. It was also a regular vacation spot for legendary celebrities, such as Frank Sinatra, Jerry Lewis, and Dean Martin.
Source: AD India