Hollywood directors have long been shooting blockbuster movies in hotel locations all over the world, from Tokyo’s Park Hyatt hotel where Bill Murray meets Scarlett Johansson in Lost in Translation to San Diego’s Hotel del Coronado where Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon descend upon the seaside resort in Some Like It Hot.
Here is a list of some interesting, unique and glamorous hotels that have played a part in Hollywood film-making over the years.
Hotel Park Hyatt – Tokyo, Japan (Lost in Translation)
Hotel de la Reconquista – Oviedo, Spain (Vicky Christina Barcelona)
Fontainebleau – Miami Beach, Florida (Scarface, Goldfinger and The Bodyguard)
Hotel Cipriani – Venice, Italy (Casino Royale)
Taj Lake Palace Hotel – Udaipur, India (Octopussy)
Round Hill – Montego Bay, Jamaica (How Stella Got Her Groove Back)
Beverly Wilshire – Los Angeles, California (Pretty Woman and Beverly Hills Cop)
Bellagio – Las Vegas, Nevada (Oceans Eleven)
Millennium Biltmore Hotel – Los Angeles, California (Mission Impossible 3, Spiderman, Wedding Crashers, Dreamgirls and Pretty in Pink)
Hotel del Coronado – San Diego, California (Some Like it Hot)