These incredible renderings show in full 3D the hotel rooms from some of Hollywood’s most famous movies.
Technology is a wonderful thing. It can make our computers small enough to fit in the palm of our hands, it can make light appear as a person long deceased, and it can render famous movie scenes in full 3D.
That’s what Expedia.com has done with a collection of stunning photos that show some of the most famous hotel room to ever be featured in movies. They’ve got a full set of 7 hotel rooms that still exist today. That is, if you’ve got the cash to book them. A lot of these movies starred fictional and real celebrities, so the hotel rooms are noticeably plush.
Starting with Pretty Woman. The 1990 rom-com classic remains the highest-grossing romantic comedy in terms of ticket sales. Julia Roberts plays a Los Angeles streetwalker taken in by Richard Gere, a ‘90s-era corporate raider.
Since Gere played a high-powered businessman recently broken up with his girlfriend, his hotel room reflected his massive wealth. The Regent Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills, California has a truly opulent suite complete with massive dining room, bedroom, and bathroom with its own double jacuzzi.
Moving right along, we get to Lost in Translation, the 2003 drama starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson. The movie’s melancholy tones are emphasized by Murray’s room in the Park Hyatt Hotel. Located in Tokyo’s Kenzo Tange tower, the room itself features a massive twin bathroom and king size bed that would be considered truly gaudy in Japan, where hotel rooms can sometimes be as small as a closet.
And of course, who can forget that scene from The Hangover where Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis all be blasted in a suite at Caesars Palace. The enormous 2-story suite is as large as many houses, and you can see the artist even remembered to include the tiger in the bathroom.
You can see four more rooms rendered in 3D over on Expedia’s website. And of course, you can always rewatch any of these classics to see how they appeared on the silver screen.