Hotel booking platform hoo has taken a look at 13 of the best celebrity-owned hotels around the world and how much it costs per night to visit them.
From footballers to movie stars, pop icons to fashion royalty, hotels are a popular avenue of investment for the rich and famous and celebrity-owned hotels can be found all over the world, from Dubai at Dublin.
But a visit to one is likely to cost you dearly and hoo’s research shows the average price per room will set you back £298 per night.
Hotel Palazzo Margherita – £758 per night
The most prestigious of the lot is the Palazzo Margherita hotel in Bernalda, Italy. Owned by famed American director and producer Francis Ford Coppola, a room at Palazzo Margherita will set you back around £758 per night.
Cromlix – £495 per night
While Britain’s biggest tennis star Andy Murray may describe himself as boring, his hotel in Stirling, Scotland is far from it. Set in 34 acres of secluded woodland, a stay there will set you back £495 per night.
Palazzo Versace Dubai – £255 per night
Located minutes from the Burj Khalifa, Palazzo Versace, as you’ve probably guessed, is owned by fashion designer Donatella Versace and is said to be reminiscent of a 16th-century Italian palace. At £255 a night, it’s far from cheap but relatively affordable compared to his latest Medusa collection.
Famous faces on screen
Hotels seem to be a popular business among silver screen stars and Robert De Niro’s Greenwich Hotel in New York is the priciest at £471 a night.
Richard Gere’s Bedford Post Inn costs £466 a night, while Hugh Jackman’s Gwinganna Health Retreat in Aus (£298), Clint Eastwood’s Mission Ranch Hotel in California (£209) and Robert Redford’s Sundance Mountain Resort in Utah (£193) are slightly more affordable.
If music is more your thing, a stay at Bono’s Clarence Hotel in Dublin costs £218 per night, while Abba’s Benny Andersson will host you at his Rival Hotel in Stockholm for £142 per night.
Of course, Cristiano Ronaldo has a hotel and a stay in his Pestana CR7 Funchal on his home island of Madeira will set you back a fairly affordable £134.
If you’re more of a Messi fan, a night at the MiM Hotel in Sitges, Spain is just £128 per night.
But for the ultimate in celebrity hotel affordability, there’s only one place to go and that’s Hotel Football in Manchester. Owned by Gary Neville and the Class of 92, this is the most affordable celebrity-owned hotel at just £112 per night.