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These Celebrity-owned Hotels are Giving Us Major Vacation Goals

Many Hollywood celebrities have been investing their money in the hospitality sector, in transportation services, restaurants, and nightclubs to make insane amounts of money. Celebrity-owned hotels are in the limelight, not always for the best reasons, although, some celebrities have dabbled successfully within the hospitality industry. Many hotel patrons do not realize that they stay at a star-studded property, which is why we have compiled a list of celebrity-owned hotels around the globe:

Hugh Jackman’s Gwinganna Health Retreat in Gold Coast, Australia

A true nature-lover, actor Hugh Jackman planned to spend a few weeks at Gwinganna Health Retreat on Australia’s Gold Coast while shaping up for Wolverine, but instead stayed for two months, ultimately becoming co-owner. The wellness resort offers outdoor activities, stress therapy, spa treatments and more, amidst a serene Australian setting.

Andy Murray’s The Cromlix Hotel in Kinbuck, Scotland

Tennis star Andy Murray owns Cromlix Hotel, a Victorian country estate dating back to the 19th century which was converted into a hotel during the 1980s. It recently reopened under Andy’s ownership, as a five-star luxury hotel.

Leonardo Di Caprio’s Blackadore Island in Caye, Belize

The property opened as a luxury, eco-friendly resort on the island of Blackadore Caye in Belize in 2018. Leonardo Di Caprio and hotelier Jeff Gram purchased the entire island for $1.75 million dollars.

Robert De Niro’s multiple properties all over the world

Iconic Tribeca restaurant ‘Locanda Verde’ and the extravagant Shibui Spa both contribute to make actor Robert De Niro’s Hotel  in Greenwich, one of NYC’s finest. His other properties have not been a success as the Nobu Hotel in Manila, which De Niro co-owns, was actually christened the world’s worst (we don’t kid!) De Niro and renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa co-founded Nobu Hospitality Group, which has 32 restaurants and nine hotels.

Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas’ Ariel Sands Resort in Bermuda

Hollywood power couple Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones together own Ariel Sands Resort in Bermuda. The resort redeveloped in 2017, features a fresh water pool, direct beach access, beachside cottages, salon and spa. The hotel is an eco-friendly property utilizing green energy.

Clint Eastwood’s Mission Ranch Hotel in Carmel, California

The gorgeous 22-acre Mission Ranch Hotel located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, was converted from a 19th-century dairy house. The charming property has 31 rooms, fitness center, on-site dining, a tennis court, and is owned by Clint Eastwood.

Francis Ford Coppola’s  Multiple properties all over the world

Legendary director Francis Ford Coppola is quite the entrepreneur, owning a restaurant, a film studio, two vineyards, and five resorts. The filmmaker’s lifestyle brand includes La Lancha in Guatemala, Turtle Inn and Blancaneaux Lodge in Belize, Jardin Escondido in Argentina and Palazzo Margherita in Italy.

Robert Redford’s Sundance Mountain Resort in Utah

Actor and filmmaker Robert Redford owns the largest Hollywood star-owned resort there is. His picture-perfect mountain resort is situated on the slopes of Mount Timpanogos in Utah, and offers a plethora of outdoor activities such as horseback riding, fly fishing, skiing, river rafting and more.

Paula Deen’s Y’all Come Inn in Tybee Island, Georgia

Celebrity chef and cooking show hostess Paula Deen rents out her Tybee Island, Georgia beach house, Y’all Come Inn, to guests year round. The culinary-friendly home is equipped with a fully stocked pantry and kitchen and boasts a wraparound porch and an outdoor shower. Renters get a VIP dinner reservation at Lady and Sons, Deen’s restaurant.

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