CELEBRITY HANGOUT PLACES OVER THE WORLD
2 years ago
Ever wondered where celebrities go to hang out with each other without having the paparazzi following them around? Have you ever thought “where can I go to find these top notch people and get their autograph or maybe a selfie with them? Well, here is a list of the top Celebrity hangout place all around the world that will make you go “WOAH!!!”
- Olive Bar and Kitchen (Mumbai, India)
Olive is a famous resto-bar in Bandra known for frequent celebrity visits. Aamir Khan to Abhishek Bachchan to Saif and Kareena – they have all been spotted here. It is a very expensive and exclusive place so celebrities feel safer here as only people of affluence visit Olive.
- Emirates Palace (Abu Dhabi, UAE)
The $4 billion Emirates Palace is the epitome of opulence. Since its opening international celebrities, musicians, Presidents, and Statesmen have set foot within its gold walls. Paris Hilton, Andrea Boccelli, President Obama, Elton John, and Stephen Schwartzman are just a few names on the long list of A-list personalities. Who could resist a visit within this colossal structure made of gold and marble with superb cuisine and some of the most luxurious rooms imaginable?
- The Setai (Florida, USA)
With the enormous luxury rooms, beachfront views, postmodern floor to ceiling windows, and a Lenny Kravitz-designed recording studio, The Setai in South Beach is a natural hot spot for a slew of big names. In fact, it’s a favorite haunt for Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Gisele, U2, and Madonna to name a few. Occasionally, Jay-Z and Beyonce hang out here in between performances at red carpet events. Situated in the heart of the action at 2001 Collins Ave, the high end Japanese-inspired suites are plenty of room for your late night party posse to hang, plus 3 outdoor pools, a private beach, onsite restaurants, and a full service spa. For the full VIP experience and the chance to bump into someone famous, opt for the driving service in the courtesy car and free breakfast brought to you by a legion of servants. Sometimes it’s fun to act like a king.
- Siolim House (Goa, India)
Siolim House is a classically restored Goan Portuguese mansion built in 1675, refurbished in traditional colonial style. In 2001, the hotel–which boasts of being “unlike a hotel in every way”–was a finalist in the Asia Pacific Awards for Restoration by UNESCO and received an Award of Honor. Siolim House maintains its identity as a true heritage house, attracting discerning travelers including super model Kate Moss. (from 70 $, 10 rooms)