Many times, the seventh art has served as a means to approach new cultures and inform us about things that we did not know. From the point of view of tourism, this premise is still valid. There are many movies that have been shot in real hotels that can be visited, and here we leave you eight of them and a bonus. A varied list, for all tastes, in terms of cinema and travel.
In the United States of America
There is no doubt that the film industry has deep roots in American culture. It is not surprising that many of the hotels are in this country then. Some of them are as follows.
Horror movie fans can stay at this hotel, located in Colorado, where Stanley Kubrick filmed The Shining (1980) and where Stephen King He lived the events that led him to write the novel of the same name.
There are many establishments located in Las Vegas that enjoy world fame, but the Caesars Palace It has become an icon for those looking to have intense fun like the protagonists of The Hangover III (2013).
Always in the line of opulence, and always in 2013, the cinema showed us this wonderful hotel through The Great Gatsby, with the great Leonardo Dicaprio. It is located in New York.
It is located in Miami Beach. It is a hotel known for its architecture and its magnificent design, but it cannot be ignored that it has been the scene of very important films in the general world culture. Casablanca (1992) with Whitney Houston, Scarface (1983) with Al Pacino, or Goldfinger (1964) are some of the films that have been shot here.
Turtle Bay Resort
It is considered the most important complex on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. It is a mini-city with very luxurious facilities. It served as a set for films such as Pirates of the Caribbean 4, Step of you and the Lost series.
European cities are full of history, art and elegance. All this is reflected in its architecture and hotels are no exception. Many of them have also served as the setting for works of the seventh art.
According to the script of Casino Royal (2006), it is the Splendide hotel in Montenegro. The reality is that it has been in the city of Karlovy, in the Czech Republic, since 1701 and that its splendor has not diminished over the years.
Grand Hotel Cabourg
It is a luxurious palace in the Normandy region of France. The biographical film Coco avant Chanel (2009), starring Audrey Tautou, was filmed here.
It was the setting for a very interesting film about the beauty of Paris and the deep dreams of a medium-successful writer. Midnight in Paris (2011) by Woody Allen.
Bonus in Asia!
The Hotel Park Hyatt Tokyo, from the film Lost in Translation (2003) is perfect to rest in a sophisticated environment, with an excellent viewpoint to get the best views of the Japanese city.
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