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9 Of The World’s Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms

Master Bedroom Ideas shares with you the most famous Hotel Bedrooms around the world. These historic hotels, which can be considered museums in their own right, have hosted some of the world’s most illustrious guests over the years. Enjoy our Hotel Bedrooms selection!

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Paris | The Ritz

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | The Coco Chanel Suite at the Ritz, Paris

Like the iconic designer who decorated her suite herself in her day and whose vision of French chic has spanned decades and cultures, this Prestige Suite is for aesthetes and lovers of an elegant, sober, and discreet contemporary décor. Designed by Karl Lagerfeld, the black-and-white room boasts a stunning view of the Place Vendôme, which was the inspiration for the octagonal lid on her famous Chanel No. 5. perfume.

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Jamaica | The Fleming Villa

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | The Fleming Villa in Jamaica

Fleming Villa GoldenEye is part of a spectacular 52-acre estate of secluded beaches, tropical gardens, and a calm, turquoise, natural lagoon. Although perhaps surprisingly unassuming, the whole estate has a splendour about it brought about by its amazing position on Jamaica’s beautiful north coast, the acres of lush, tropical vegetation and the wonderful charm of the people who look after the legacy of the Fleming family to this day. The Flaming villa is a spectacular property where James Bond was penned into 20th century fiction, the decor includes Ian Fleming’s writing desk where many of his novels were imagined.

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Venice |The Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | A view of the Grand Canal from the John Ruskin Suite at the Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice

The lavish John Ruskin Suite, beautifully renovated by Chuck Chewning, boasts views of the Grand Canal and the Santa Maria Della Salute and features a vivid floral wall covering offset by its striped gold-trimmed Rubelli curtains, hand-made Murano glass chandeliers, and an original oil painting of Ruskin. Other famous guests linked to the unique history of the hotel include Ernest Hemingway, Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor, Charlie Chaplin, Humphrey Bogart, and Greta Garbo, just to name a few.

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | A view of the Grand Canal from the John Ruskin Suite at the Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice

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St. Barth’s | Eden Rock

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The Greta Garbo Suite at Eden Rock, St. Barth’s

Perched high on a craggy rock, the Greta Garbo suite offers a private terrace and garden with spectacular views of the turquoise waters below. Designed with a quintessential 1930s Hollywood glamor aesthetic and a soothing palette of natural wood, cream, and grey-green fabrics, it’s the perfect place to escape from it all in style.

Marrakech | La Mamounia

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | The Winston Churchill Suite at La Mamounia in Marrakech

The former British Prime Minister and wartime leader once said that “Marrakech is simply the nicest place on Earth to spend an afternoon,” which explains why he kept returning to Morocco’s charming city for most of his life. After the war, he would always book into La Mamounia, the city’s legendary hotel. The spirit of Churchill reins over the opulent third-floor Winston Churchill Suite, which boasts sweeping views of the lush gardens he used to paint during his visits and a seamless blend of English style and Moroccan tradition throughout its bedrooms, lounge, and mahogany dressing room.

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | The Winston Churchill Suite at La Mamounia in Marrakech

London | Claridges

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | Empress Eugenie Suite at Claridge’s London

The trailblazing Empress Eugenie of France, the wife of Napoleon III, stayed at the iconic London hotel so frequently that she referred to it as her “winter quarters.” Private visits from her close friend Queen Victoria during her stay earned the hotel its famous nickname, “the annex of Buckingham Palace.” While the hotel has been renovated many times over the years and that original room no longer exists, the lavishly reimagined Empress Eugenie Suite, a two-bedroom room decorated with a mix of French Louis XV style furnishings and delicate silk and velvet embellishments, nods to its storied guest. 

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London | The Cadogan, A Belmond Hotel

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | The living room of the Royal Suite at the Belmond Cadogan.

Exuding modern and understated luxury, the room also sees many of the original features, including the Queen-Anne-Revival style and the 130-year-old wooden paneling. Channel Wilde’s spirit by cozying up to the fire with a good book from the in-room library, which features a collection of British literature expertly curated in collaboration with London’s beloved independent book shop John Sandoe.

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The living room of the Royal Suite at the Belmond Cadogan.

Rome | Hotel Locarno

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | The presidential suite at the Hotel Locarno in Rome.

The wildly imaginative director Wes Anderson did some of the research for his whimsical film Grand Budapest Hotel at the famed Hotel Locarno hotel in Rome. Opened in 1925, Hotel Locarno is one of Rome’s most storied hotels and a literary legend, attracting a wide range of colorful clientele over the years, from Federico Fellini to Jack Kerouac.

New York | The St. Regis

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | The Fifth Avenue Suite at the St. Regis New York

After Salvador Dalí ‘s first trip to New York in 1934, the Surrealist artist would spend every winter at the legendary St. Regis in New York, announcing his arrival to the lobby in his signature grand style before heading to his favorite room 1610. It was in this room he had many meetings, including Helena Rubinstein’s commission to create her frescoes, or being introduced to art collectors Eleanor and Reynolds Morse, who went on to found the Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida. He even painted in a studio at the hotel.

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The Most Famous Hotel Bedrooms | The Fifth Avenue Suite at the St. Regis New York

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