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Select the stars: 7 hotels, where you should meet the autumn


Not sure where to go this fall?Do you dream to relax like world celebrities? Then our selection of 7 luxury hotels will tell you exactly where to go in order to be guaranteed not to miss: the stars often visit here. There are many luxury and expensive hotels in different parts of the world. They are renowned for their luxurious room interiors, high-quality service, many spas and unrivaled restaurants. But for all their merits, only a few are able to attract real celebrities and outstanding personalities. The owners of such hotels can boast not only of five-star quality, but also real stars in their hotel rooms. Perhaps you will also make a choice in favor of one of the hotels that are so much attracted to the world celebrities. In our selection you will not find any exotic, no scandals and no hotels for a beach holiday - only respectable Europe, where you will have museums, restaurants, walks, spa trips and stories about the stars who have visited these hotels.

1. CastaDiva Resort & Spa, Italy

This hotel is located on the shores of an amazingits beauty of Lake Como (Lago di Como), located in Italy. Interestingly, the resort consists of nine villas, and they all bear the names of Italian opera heroines. Here visitors will find the exquisite local cuisine of the L'Orangerie restaurant, a huge fragrant garden of over 26,000 square meters, a high-quality spa center and much more. It's very good here! This hotel has been visited by the inimitable Stevie Wonder, racer Jenson Button, the Top Gear film crew and Robert De Niro. The actor liked it here so much that instead of the planned two days, he stayed for a whole week. And George Clooney went even further: being simply fascinated by the surroundings of the picturesque Lake Como, he acquired the property of the Villa Oleandra, located near CastaDiva.

2. Lefay Resort & Sra Lago di Garda, Italy

Spread out at the foot of the Italian Alps, thisThe eco-friendly hotel boasts not only unique spa programs designed by the leading masters especially for Lefay, but also a stunning panorama of Lake Garda (Lago di Garda). Countless hiking and biking trails in the mountains, walks through vineyards and olive groves, infinity pools and healing yoga gardens are all pleasures for the wealthy. Among them was the defender of the Russian national football team Sergei Ignashevich, who, after the sad departure of the Russian national team, decided to restore his peace of mind right here, moreover, together with his wife. One can only hope that rest in such a wonderful place will give him strength in new tournaments for future victories of the Russian national team.

3. Castel Monastero, Italy

It's hard to believe that this upscale and cozythe hotel used to be a small Italian village. It has existed for over a thousand years. It all started with the construction of the monastery in 840, hence the name Castel Monastero. This resort is surrounded by the famous Chianti vineyards, which can be observed directly from the charming rooms of the hotel. In addition to the spa, a staple of all luxury holiday destinations, the jewel of the resort is the Contrada Restaurant, with an unrivaled Tuscan menu from the world's most daring chef, Gordon Ramsey. The charming maestro is also the owner of this establishment, so every dish of his cuisine, even if not "hellish", can be expected with trepidation and awe. For those visitors who want to be in shape, visit spa treatments and at the same time have very tasty food, a special menu has been developed, and separate places have been allocated for them in the restaurant.

4. Barcelo Formentor, Spain

Magic Cape Formentor, which isMallorca, became that paradise where in 1928 an Argentine millionaire built this hotel. The territory occupied by the hotel is 485 hectares. It has elite golf courses and a charming pine forest, where you can breathe in the healthy air. Since its inception, Barcelo Formentor has attracted prominent people of the era. Among the guests were the legendary Charlie Chaplin, Winston Churchill, Agatha Christie and Audrey Hepburn. But even now such famous personalities of our time as Adolfo Suarez, the Dalai Lama, Yasser Arafat, Mikhail Gorbachev, Joan Fontaine and others live in these apartments.

5. Hotel Eden, Italy

This gem of the hotel world from DorchesterSince 1889, the Collection has boasted that it has hosted the mighty of this world. Royals, celebrities and high-ranking officials have rested here, making the fortunes of millions. Surrounded by shady parks, the hotel is close to St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro) and the Vatican. The famous shopping streets of Condotti, Frattina and Borgoniena were also within walking distance. La Terraza dell'Eden restaurant is located on the top floor of the building on an open terrace. Here one of the most amazing and breathtaking panoramas of Rome opens, where Federico Fellini found his inspiration. Margaret Thatcher, Sigmund Freud, Meryl Streep, Woody Allen, Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer and many others preferred to get to know Rome while living in the Hotel Eden apartments. Even the King of Spain Alfonso XIII chose this particular hotel, considering it the most suitable for such a dignified person.

6. Principe di Savoia, Italy

The elegant Milan hotel is not so muchindicative luxury, as much as its refinement. But it does not look less luxurious, on the contrary, it gives it additional charm. 401 rooms will accommodate many guests, among them, by the way, there are presidential apartments. It was in them that Frank Sinatra, Sophia Loren, Madonna, Robert De Niro stayed. Perhaps each of them wanted to feel like a president, or they chose this apartment because of the pool right in the room. Nelson Rockefeller, Julio Iglesias, Liza Minelli, Luciano Pavarotti, Maradona, Sting and even ex-James Bond - Sean Connery have also visited Principe di Savoia. It is interesting that in 1986 Sylvester Stallone and his now ex-wife Bridget Nielsen spent their holidays in this hotel. And 10 years later, but already without his wife, Stallone decided to visit Principe di Savoia again - apparently, even the stern Rimbaud cannot resist the charm of this Milan hotel.

7. The Dorchester, United Kingdom

Built in 1931, this hotel hasmajestic, even fighting appearance, but nevertheless its aesthetic appeal is still relevant today. At one time, it was the headquarters of the generals Winston Churchill and General Eisenhower, where they developed a plan for the Allied landings in Normandy. But history is in the past, and The Dorchester welcomes more and more guests, and there are more than politicians here, only Hollywood stars. Sharon Stone, Elizabeth Taylor, Barbara Streisand, and even the steel Arnie - Arnold Schwarzenegger chose this hotel as their temporary home. Woody Allen loved to write scripts for his films here. And the master of horror, Hitchcock, while staying here, noticed that The Dorchester is an ideal place for a crime that the police will never reveal. And even in spite of this, the number of guests at the hotel did not diminish. In addition to the fact that the stars stay here, the hotel itself often "acts" in films. So, meticulous to detail Stanley Kubrick, having gone through a dozen options, opted for The Dorchester interiors for "A Space Odyssey 2001". And in 2004, the heroes of the romantic film "Wimbledon", played by Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany, fell in love in this hotel.,,,,,,,