When the hotel becomes a movie set.

What do “The Great Gatsby”, “House of Gucci” and “Mamma Mia” have in common? They were made inside hotels that, thanks to their location, their uniqueness and elegant design, have the ability to transport you to another world and have therefore been chosen as the set of successful movies. But they are not the only ones.

Let’s retrace a roundup of the most evocative cinematic places in the AboutHotel – Travel Guide article.

The Great Gatsby – Art deco style combined with period design created the ideal site for filming the famous 2013 film, The Great Gatsby. Cliveden House is a landmark of British style that expresses the glamor and style of the historic tradition of a 350-year-old mansion.
Mr. Ripley’s Talent – This five-time Academy Award-winning 1999 film was shot entirely in Italy, from the Gulf of Naples to Rome, and then Venice and Palermo. Villa Gelsomino Seaside Luxury House is an Art Nouveau villa located on the Ligurian Riviera overlooking spectacular views of Portofino.
House of Gucci – Director Ridley Scott shot the film in Italy. Some scenes were set in a hotel of the kind of Villa Spalletti Trivelli in Rome.
Sex & The City 2 – The irreverent essence of this film can be replicated in Dar El Sadaka, a villa for exclusive use in the Palmeraie of Marrakech with extravagant, creative and artistic décor and five-star service.
Mamma Mia – part of the film was shot at O’Santo Villa in Santorini, a luxurious hilltop villa overlooking the Aegean Sea, whose superior comforts and services allow guests to enjoy their holidays in the Greek sun.

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