Many of the Hollywood films choose New York as their shooting site. So it’s a fairly common thing to spot a celebrity in the street or partying in a nightclub. So the question is: Where do they stay? Mentioned below is a list of hotels where celebrities like to stay when in New York City.
From Jack Nicholson, Leonardo Di Caprio, Mick Jagger to the various Presidents (JFK had an apartment here) and heads of state and even to Lady Diana, The Carlyle is the quintessential celebrity paradise. Located in Madison Avenue, this hotel has a splendid display of art, values privacy and luxury. The atmosphere is very private and residential with the rooms and suited furnished elegantly and beautifully.
The Plaza had hosted celebrities like The Beatles, Mark Twain and Eleanor Roosevelt. It has also been featured in many Hollywood films including Home Alone, Breakfast At Tiffany’s, Crocodile Dundee and Plaza Suite. Among the various amenities included is a retail collection housing every major and exclusive boutique? Also included are the wellness and health facilities like the Radu Fitness Center, Caudalie Spa and Warren Tricomi Salon.
Located in the Meatpacking District, the minimalistic yet sophisticated Hotel Gansevoort offers a welcome retreat from the humdrum of the urban metropolis. The hotel boasts of ceramic interiors, richly textured walls, Carrara marble and custom made stainless steel sinks. Its heated45-foot outdoor pool with underwater lighting that is accompanied by music 365 days a year is amazing. Celebrities like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Jessica Simpson, Jay-Z, Lindsay Lohan and Nicky Hilton have been spotted in this hotel.
SoHo Grand Hotel
Italian Frette linens and robes, bathroom amenities are some of the features of the rooms at SoHo Grand Hotel. It also includes an entertainment section consisting of CDs of previously visited artists. Maybe this is the reason why the central-SoHo located hotel has hosted celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Heidi Klum, Naomi Campbell, Kevin Spacey, K.D Lang and Spike Lee. The guestrooms feature draftsman desks and potter table-like styled nightstands that have been inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement that took place in the late 1800s.
These hotels are the best place to spot a celeb. But no matter what, one sure feels like a celebrity while staying in one of these hotels.