Luxury Hotels are always a great idea to stay in when traveling, but it’s even better when you have the pleasure to stay in a famous hotel suite that once hosted a legendary guest such as a celebrity, artist, writer, or politician. Here you can find 9 of the world’s most famous luxury hotels and rooms and their famous guests.

Wes Anderson: Hotel Locarno, Rome

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Wes Anderson
Luxury Hotels And Their Celebrity Guests Around the World
Hotel Locarno, Rome

Wes Anderson did some research for his film Grand Budapest Hotel at the famous Hotel Locarno in Rome. This luxury hotel is one of the most famous hotels in Italy and attracts a wide range of clientele over the years. The old-fashioned elevator from Grand Budapest Hotel seems to be inspired by this amazing hotel.

Coco Chanel : The Ritz, Paris

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Coco Chanel
Luxury Hotels And Their Celebrity Guests Around the World
The Ritz, Paris

Coco Chanel once said that “The Ritz is my home“. Even though the celebrity fashion designer had an apartment above her shop in Paris, she moved into The Ritz, which remained her residence until her death. Designed by the iconic Karl Lagerfeld, this luxury hotel suite has a stunning view over the Place Vendôme, the inspiration for Chanel Nº5 perfume.

Ian Fleming: The Fleming Villa, Jamaica

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Ian Fleming
Luxury Hotels And Their Celebrity Guests Around the World
The Fleming Villa, Jamaica

Before the 25th James Bond movie, set in Jamaica, Bond’s creator island life can be retrace by fans. Ian Fleming came across the island and purchased an under-developed tropical land where he built his dream home. Now, the Fleming Villa is available for renting and it still has the original desk, where the author wrote his Bond novels.

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 Greta Garbo: Eden Rock, St. Barth’s

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Greta Garbo
Luxury Hotels And Their Celebrity Guests Around the World
Eden Rock, St. Barth’s

Greta Garbo loved her winter at Eden Rocks. Her suite at this luxury hotel offers a private terrace and garden with an amazing view of the water. Designed with a 1930s Hollywood glamour aesthetic and a palette of natural wood, cream, and grey fabrics, this luxury suite is the perfect location to escape from reality.

Empress Eugenie of France: Claridges, London

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Empress Eugenie of France
Luxury Hotels And Their Celebrity Guests Around the World
Claridges, London

Wife of Napoleon II, Empress Eugenie of France, stayed at Claridges hotel so often that she referred to it as her “winter quarters”. While the luxury hotel has been renovated several times during all those years, and that the original suite where the Empress used to stay no longer exists, the two-bedroom decorated with a mix of French Louis XV style and delicate silk, nods to its storied guests.

Salvador Dalí: The St. Regis, New York

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Salvador Dalí
Luxury Hotels And Their Celebrity Guests Around the World
The St. Regis, New York

Back in time, the Surrealist artist would spend every winter at the legendary St. Regis in New York. It was in this luxury hotel that he had many meetings or was introduced to art collectors. He also painted in a studio at the hotel. The hotel’s landmark recently launched a special afternoon tea service, The Dalí Tea inspired by the artist.

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John Ruskin: The Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice

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John Ruskin
Luxury Hotels And Their Celebrity Guests Around the World
The Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice

John Ruskin and his wife spent a winter at this luxury hotel in Venice in 1851, where he developed his book The Stones of Venice. The suite has views over the Grand Canal and the Santa Maria Della Salute. Other famous guests like Ernest Hemingway, Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor, Charlie Chaplin, Humphrey Bogart, and Greta Garbo are also linked to the history of this hotel.

Winston Churchill: La Mamounia, Marrakech

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Winston Churchill
Luxury Hotels And Their Celebrity Guests Around the World
La Mamounia, Marrakech

The wartime leader once said thatMarrakech is simply the nicest place on Earth to spend an afternoon” and that should be the explanation of why he kept coming back to Morocco. After the war, he always booked a suite in this luxury hotel, a legend in the city. The spirit of the former British Prime Minister halters over the luxury suite, now called Winston Churchill Suite, which has amazing views over gardens.

Oscar Wilde: The Cadogan, A Belmond Hotel, London

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Oscar Wilde
Luxury Hotels And Their Celebrity Guests Around the World
The Cadogan, A Belmond Hotel, London

Exuding modern and understated luxury, the suite still has some of its original features, including the Queen-Anne-Revival style. This luxury hotel suite in London still represents Oscar Wilde‘s spirit due to its cozy fireplace where you can sit near and read a good book from the library, which features several books of British literature.

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