At this point, most of us are familiar with the recent release of the latest Bond movie ‘Spectre’. Did you also know that the movie was recorded in five different locations around the world? Now you have the chance to follow in the footsteps of Mr. Bond by checking in to one of these 5 stylish hotels from the movie.
The London Edition, London
This hotel definitely takes the price of being one of London’s most stylish hotels – you know, the kind that Mr. Bond himself would check in to. From the top suite, there is a splendid view of London and the bar is like a scene from a 1930’s movie. The London Edition is a 4 star hotel located approximately 1,2 km from London city centre.
Boscolo Exedra, Rome
In ‘Spectre’, for the first time ever, Mr. Bond makes a visit to Rome. And where else would he stay than here? The five star Boscolo Exedra Roma is located at the foot of Piazza della Rebubblica, from where guests can enjoy a magical view of the ancient city. As many celebrities choose to stay here, the hotel values full discretion and – of course – luxurious interior decoration.
El Minzah Hotel, Tangier (Marocco)
In Tangier, Morocco, one will find El Minzah Hotel, which was founded in 1930 by a British aristocrat. The detailed interior is Arabian influenced, and immediately one come to think of “A Thousand Legends”. It is easy to imagine Mr. Bond in the piano bar enjoying a shaken Martini.
Gran Ciudad de México, Mexico City
It is not the first time that Gran Ciudad de México is used in a Bond movie; back in 1989 in ‘License to Kill’, Mr. Bond stayed here as well. The majestic hotel is located centrally in Mexico in one of the world’s biggest palaces, El Zócalo. In the spectacular lobby, guests will find a beautiful bar and restaurant.
Bergland Hotel, Sölden (Austria)
A big part of the ‘Spectre’ crew stayed at Bergland Hotel while shooting for the movie earlier this year. This hotel is everything you imagine a cosy Austrian hotel would be – just add snow-covered mountains all around and a scenic Sky Spa, that will soothe your body after a long day of skiing.
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