Golden Globe Hotels: Best Hotels to Stay Where Award Nominated Movies Were Filmed
The red carpet was sparking last night as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association handed out Golden Globes to this year's best actors and movies. From The King's Speech to the Social Network, the bubbly flowed as Hollywood A-listers made their rounds. Movie aficionados and travelers can now go in search of their favorite award-winning spot. Hotels.com put together a list of top guest-rated hotels while touring the cities where this year's award nominated movies have been filmed.
New York City
Natalie Portman took home the "Best Actress" award for her performance in Black Swan. Experience a show at the New York Ballet where scenes of the movie were filmed and stay at the Salisbury Hotel, recommended by 95 percent of past hotels.com guests. For the greed-loving traveler, head to the W New York and live out your Wall Street fantasies. Michael Douglas reprised his famous role as Gordon Gekko in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.
Boston is home to movie scenes from The Social Network, the night's biggest winner. Head to Harvard University where Facebook was invented and stay at the Harding House. This bed and breakfast property is recommended by 100 percent of past hotels.com guests and rates start at $120 per room, per night.
The imaginary Cafe Debussy, where Leonardo DiCaprio's character Cobb teaches his new protégé Ariadne, played by Ellen Paige, how to manipulate dreams in the visually stunning movie Inception, was shot in Paris, the City of Lights. Hotels.com recommends travelers indulge in a stay at the four-star Terrass Hotel. The hotel has an amazing restaurant on the roof and has been recommended by 94 percent of past hotels.com guests.
Angelina Jolie and Robert Downey, Jr.'s characters had a romantic rendezvous in the Hotel Danielli during the filming of The Tourist in Venice. Guests can enjoy complimentary breakfast at this five-star property, recommended by 88 percent of past hotels.com guests.
Paul Giamatti won best actor in a comedy for his work in Barney's Version, and thanked the beautiful city of Montreal in his acceptance speech. Movie buffs capture the creativity of the film, where writer Mordecai Richler was inspired to write, by staying at the Hotel de la Montagne.
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