Luxury Hotels You Didn’t Know Were Owned By Celebrities
treniqblog | April 8, 2019

Leonardo DiCaprio is not only making headlines with his movies and well timed Oscars but also with the purchase of a $1.75 million dollar island in Belize where he commissioned the building of a sprawling, eco-conscious resort, that opened in 2018. In one of the most unusual and interesting turn of events for the British hotel design industry, Pete Doherty from The Libertines has spoken out about opening his first hotel in Margate, Kent.
With so many celebrities turning to hospitality as an alternate claim to fame, we decided to dig a little deeper to bring to you a few other famous and fabulous hotel spaces that are actually owned by celebrities!

The Cromlix Hotel – Andy Murray

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When he’s not touring the world for tennis tournaments, Andy Murray is a successful hotelier. The Wimbledon champion bought the luxurious Cromlix boutique hotel near Dunblane, Scotland in 2013. Ever since the renovation, the Victorian property has twice been named the Scottish Hotel of the Year.

The luxury boutique hotel makes for an ideal wedding venue as it is set within 34 acres of private lush gardens and also has a fine dining opportunity at Chez Roux, the restaurant which is overseen by French chef Albert Roux.

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Mission Ranch Hotel – Clint Eastwood

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Eastwood probably likes Carmel for the same reasons the rest of us do: crashing waves, sea otters playing in the surf, incomparable ocean views are hidden around every corner and a relaxed ambiance to calm the most frenetic of souls.

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Palazzo Versace – Donatella Versace

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Palazzo Versace Luxury Hotels feature waterfront settings, spectacular architecture, Italian furnishings, extraordinary service and an ambience of pure glamour. The hotel was created to showcase high end luxury fashion in a hospitality space.

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The Clarence Hotel – Bono & The Edge

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The Clarence Hotel is a four-star & 51-room hotel located at Wellington Quay, Dublin, Ireland. It is in the Temple Bar neighbourhood, on the River Liffey. The gorgeous property was built in 1852, and bought by U2 lead singer Bono and the lead guitarist The Edge and their business partners in 1992.

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Sundance Mountain Resort – Robert Redford

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In 1969, Robert Redford bought the land now known as Sundance and envisioned the careful growth of a community committed to the balance of art, nature and community. Today, Sundance offers an atmosphere steeped in cultural heritage. Inspired by the Ute tribes that first inhabited this canyon and continuing through the early 20th century as the Stewarts, a family of Scottish immigrants homesteaded the area. The second generation of Stewarts developed the mountain into a small ski resort called Timp Haven.

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