Some of the world’s best hotels have played pivotal roles in memorable films. See the filming locations for <i>Forgetting Sarah Marshall</i>, <i>The Dark Knight</i> and more.
Las Vegas’ Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino could be considered the sexiest hotel on the Strip -- some dealers wear lingerie and go-go dancers groove tableside.
In their search for the ultimate party suite, producers of the film <i>Get Him to the Greek</i> deemed the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino the perfect location.
Some memorable and ridiculously funny moments from <i>Get Him to the Greek</i> were shot at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, but don’t try to score drugs at the front desk like Jonah Hill’s character did; they will turn you down.
The view of Vegas from the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino makes the hotel a movie-worthy location.
The Roosevelt Hotel in New York City has played a role in several films. Obviously, this hotel has seen its fair share of superstars walk its halls.
This 160-year-old banyan tree at the Turtle Bay Resort in Oahu served as the location of the mermaid pools in <i>Pirates of the Caribbean 3</i>.
Oahu’s Turtle Bay Resort was also the film location for key scenes of <i>Forgetting Sarah Marshall</i>.
The cast and crew of <i>Forgetting Sarah Marshall</i> stayed at the Turtle Bay Resort during the 33 days of filming in Hawaii.
The penthouse of Chicago’s Hotel 71 was used as Bruce Wayne’s bedroom in <i>The Dark Knight</i>. This view from the hotel’s ballroom surely sold the producers.
The Emperor’s Suite at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas has been used to film many movies, including <i>Rain Man</i>, <i>Intolerable Cruelty</i> and <i>Fools Rush In</i>. It also inspired the look for the suite in <i>The Hangover</i> -- before all the destruction, of course.