01/22/2016 12:34 pm ET Updated Jan 26, 2017

7 Hotels You Didn't Know Were Owned by Celebrities

More and more celebrities have been investing their Hollywood money in the hospitality sector as of late--restaurants, nightclubs, and transportation services, to name a few. But it's celebrity owned hotels that have most recently been thrust into the limelight, though not always for the most delightful of reasons. The Nobu Hotel in Manila, which is co-owned by Robert DeNiro, was recently named the world's worst. Rigsby's Guest House, of which Harry Potter star Rupert Grint is the sole shareholder, was closed due to poor sales. However, not all celebrities have seen such failures when dabbling within the hospitality industry: Andy Murray's Cromlix Hotel has received consistently excellent reviews since its opening in 2014, and Robert Redford's Sundance Resort remains one of Utah's finest. Leonardo Dicpario made headlines with the purchase of a $1.75 million dollar island in Belize, where he plans to build a sprawling, eco-conscious resort, set to open in 2018.

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Many hotel patrons may not realize that they're in fact staying at a star-studded property, which is why we've rounded up the ultimate list of celebrity owned hotels. Book a room at one of these A-list approved destinations, and you may wind up doing yoga next to Hugh Jackman or eating breakfast next to DeNiro.

21 Hotels You Didn't Know Were Owned by Celebrities

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