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Cannes Film Festival: The On-Screen Lives of Jetsetter Hotels (PHOTOS)

Posted: 05/11/11 03:14 PM ET

Today, the 64th edition of the Cannes Film Festival kicks off with Woody Allen's much-anticipated Midnight in Paris. While we're not on the scene (even Jetsetters have to work sometimes), we are celebrating by turning the spotlight on a few of our favorite hotels with serious screen connections.

We'll admit it...we get a thrill each time we spot a spectacular hotel on the big screen. Be it a big city classic or a romantic countryside inn, each has a certain something -- history, prestige, personality -- that sets it apart from the rest. No matter what your style, we've got scene-stealing hotels and those connected to films old and new.

For your own star-studded escape check out Hotels on Film on Jetsetter.com

 
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The Standard Los Angeles has made the big screen twice, the first time in the 2005 hit Kiss Kiss Bang Bang starring Robert Downey Jr. (on view: the lobby, rooftop and yellow-hued café). Two years later, the Rooftop Bar appeared in Fracture as the backdrop for a meeting between Ryan Gosling and Rosamund Pike to discuss a court case against the movie’s villain, Anthony Hopkins. Fun fact: You can also glimpse the hotel in Season Three “Strange Days” episode of Entourage.
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We'll admit it...we get a thrill each time we spot a spectacular hotel on the big screen. Be it a big city classic or a romantic countryside inn, each has a certain something -- history, prestige, personality -- that sets it apart from the rest. No matter what your style, we've got scene-stealing hotels and those connected to films old and new.

 

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