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Lights, Camera, Vacation! See how Los Angeles resorts have emerged on the gold screen

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It’s renowned and it Los Angeles is the central of the movie world, although it is the home of many of the beautiful resorts in the state. What happens when multiple businesses merge? Beautiful cinematic charm. If it’s Julia Roberts and Richard Gere moving around The Presidential Suite at Beverly Wilshire in Pretty Woman or Arnold Schwarzenegger riding a horse into a Westin Bonaventure Hotel lift in True Lies, The newest addition to The prestigious Beverly Hills franchise — a pair of, Los Angeles resorts often find a way to get their fifteen minutes of fame on the big screen.

Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites

The Westin Bonaventure’s modern style drinking facade fastens some of The best views in most of LA. The above amazing piece of architecture has become a regular setting for those pretty memorable video memories. Ken Eastwood music Secret Service Agent Frank Horrigan, who attempts to foil a Presidential attempted attack by John Malkovich personality Mitch Lederman, In In The Line Fire (1993), and presumably the most remarkable Westin Bonaventure present was indeed Arnold Schwarzenegger’s horseback ride through one of the hotel’s lifts in “True Lies” (1994).

Other cinema videoed of this include:

Wonderland (2003) Heat (1995) Forget Paris (1995) Nick of Time (1993) Lethal Weapon 2 (1989) Rain Main (1988) Blue Thunder (1983)

Millennium Biltmore Hotel

The selection of films connected to this historic downtown hotel are among The greatest in Los Angeles. And also, The hotel was a server to the Academy Awards Ceremony eight times in the 1930s and 40s. Part of the hotel is as Dan Akroyd and Bill Murray’s haunted sleuths are hunted about in the Biltmore’s Main Galleria at Ghost Busters (1984). (the Hotel is currently not spooky. We believe in the quality of our food).

Other cinema videoed of this include:

Wedding Crashers (2005) Rumor Has It (2005) Criminal (2004) Daredevil (2004) House of Sand and Fog (2003) Cruel Intentions (1999) Independence Day (1996) The Bodyguard (1992) Pretty in Pink (1986) Splash (1984) The Sting (1973) Vertigo (1958)

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is located directly on Hollywood Boulevard and Walk of Fame, and of training it has found its way onto the big screen. Not only a famous hotel, but a popular party place, Roosevelt is real and well with Hollywood heritage at all times last year. Its corridors became a mainstay in Steven Spielberg’s Catch Me If You Can (2002) as Leonardo DiCaprio’s con-man personality Frank Abagnale Jr. Has a close run in with FBI Agent Carl Hanratty. Performed by Tom Hanks. It is often seen lately in the reunion of popular L. A. A. Centered TV Show 90201.

Other cinema videoed of this include:

Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003) Crossroads (2002) Mighty Joe Young (1998) Internal Affairs (1990) The Fabulous Baker Boys – (1989) Beverly Hills Cop II (1987)

Chateau Marmont

Located on the north end of Sunset Strip, Chateau Marmont is a real part of Hollywood’s past. The above castle-like building was The site of John Belushi’s drug overdose and death in 1982, it’s for which Natalie Woods and James Dean first met, but where?, As 1/25th in Oliver Stone’s “The Doors” (1991), Door’s vocalist, Jim Morrison, disappointed his home while hanging from a drain pipe, trying to swing from the exterior into the door of his motel. Rock used the actual location for the killed in the video. Important lately, Sofia Coppola chose Chateau Marmont as the setting for her new movie Somewhere (2010). The bulk of The video is recorded at The hotel.

Other cinema videoed of this include:

Rockstar (2001) Four Rooms (1995) Myra Breckenridge (1970)

Beverly Wilshire Hotel – Four Seasons (previously Regent Beverly Wilshire)

The Beverly Wilshire is The # 1 luxury hotel in Los Angeles on location, and with good reason. The hotel is situated on Wilshire Boulevard. Immediately across from the world famous Rodeo Drive purchase. It’s a luxury hotel with all flavours, important notably for Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in “Pretty Woman” (1991). The fantasy few remained in The Presidential Suite of The hotel whereas remaining in Beverly Hills (but you may recall Julia scrawl. Bev. Helps. On a pizza box, in red lipstick).

Other movies videoed here are:

Bulworth (1998) Beverly Hills Cop III (1994) Beverly Hillbillies (1993) Beverly Hills Cop (1984)

The Beverly Hilton Hotel

Beverly Hilton is a real mainstay of Hollywood beauty, and it has been host to the Golden Globes since 1961. The hotel recently laid The scene for Frost/Nixon (2009), that tells the story of the 1977 conversations between British journalist David Frost and former President Richard Nixon.

Movies videoed include:

To Live and Die in L. A. A. (1985) Bigger Than Life (1956)

The Beverly Hills Hotel

This charming villa is one of the most popular and historic homes in most of Beverly Hills. Popular for its beautiful base, beautiful restaurants, and excellent service, this place has been created for the screen. City Cops Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) can be seen on such a popular basis as he tries to solve his best friend’s crime in Beverly Hills Cop (1984 /1980).

Other movies recorded here are:

Anywhere But Here (1999) Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) The Bad and The Beautiful (1952)

Sunset Tower – Argyle

Sunset Tower is an iconic image of West Hollywood Art Deco design and is therefore designated as a National Historic Place. Situated immediately on the Sunset Strip, stunning weather and scenery lent themselves to unforgettable beachside sights in The Player (1992), starrer Tim Robbins and Peter Gallagher.

Other movies filmed here are:

The Italian Job (2003) Get Shorty (1995) Strange Days (1995)

RIP: The Ambassador Hotel

Popular for Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s sad death and the Coconut Grove club also was popular for opening its doors to the film industry. Throughout its 85 years of activity, it was the setting for almost 100 movies and television fires, 25 solo in the 21st century. The impressive fort-like construction had been sadly torn down in 2005 to make more room for a new college.

Movies videoed include:

Bobby (2006) The Island (2005) S. W. A. T. (2003) Catch Me If You Can (2002) Minority Reports (2002) Heartbreakers (2001) How High is it? (2001) Blown by the wind (2001) Almost Famous (2000) Man on the Moon? (1999) Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) Se7en (1995) Apollo 13 (1995) Forrest Gump (1994) The Graduate (1967).

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