Famous Movie Hotels

Brides Behind the Scenes, Honeymoons & Destination Weddings, TV & Movies

Courtesy of Starwood Hotel & Resorts

Five hot movies, five scene-stealing hideaways.

Couples Retreat
The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort
In the movie, four married duos seek couples therapy at this South Pacific stunner. In real life? The only therapists you'll find are the ones doling out Tahitian hot-stone massages and sunburn-relief wraps in the sublime Spa Miri Miri. Doubles from $1,293 (low season) and $1,450 (high season); stregis.com.

The September Issue
The Ritz London
Celeb photographer Mario Testino oohs and ahhs over the William Kent Room to Vogue's Anna Wintour during a meeting here. Even more coo-worthy: Wintour's frock, which complements the space's magenta Italian Renaissance-style interior. Doubles from $489 (low season) and $815 (high season); theritzlondon.com.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Turtle Bay Resort, Oahu, Hawaii
As Jason Segel soon discovers, this north-shore fave may be a great place to get over an ex--but it's an even better place to love the one you're with. Doubles from $199 (low season) and $475 (high season); turtlebayresort.com.

Ocean's Eleven
Bellagio, Las Vegas
George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Matt Damon got top billing, but the real star of this heist flick is the hotel itself, from its posh Picasso restaurant to those famous dancing fountains. Doubles from $159 (year-round); bellagio.com.

One & Only Ocean Club, the Bahamas
The embassy where Julia Roberts and Clive Owen meet is actually a superswank resort. Doubles from $495 (low season) and $845 (high season); oneandonlyoceanclub.com.

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