The one thing better than spending a weekend away? Spending a weekend away while feeling like a celebrity.

With the help of, we've put together a selection of celebrity-owned hotels that are sure to make you feel like an A-lister. Who knows, you may end up sitting next to Elizabeth Hurley for breakfast in London, or skiing down a mountain alongside Robert Redford in Utah.

Elizabeth Hurley - 11 Cadogan Gardens, London, United Kingdom

Owned by movie superstar Elizabeth Hurley, this 5-star, 54-room boutique hotel is the ideal place to stay for a luxury London experience. Guests can enjoy gourmet breakfasts, marble bathrooms and Egyptian linens. Relax at the grand Victorian style bar, or head to the gym, fitted out with personal touch-screen TVs. Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park and Harrods are a few minutes walk away.

Robert Redford - Sundance Mountain Resort, Sundance, Utah, United States of America

Robert Redford named his alpine ski resort after the infamous role he played in 1969s Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Many writers, directors, actors, and artists have visited and been inspired by the beauty of this resort and Redford has spent years intentionally crafting an arts and recreational community here. Sundance Mountain Resort offers three restaurants and a spa to help alleviate the exhaustion of a long day's skiing. All rooms include ski-lift tickets during the ski season and select rooms feature a fireplace, full kitchen and patio with awe inspiring mountain views.


Francis Ford Coppola - Be Jardin Escondido by Coppola, Buenos Aires, Argentina

This hidden green oasis was once home to Francis Ford Coppola, the movie-master behind The Godfather Part I and II and Apocalypse Now. Coppola chose all the decorations inside the stunning getaway himself. BE Jardin Escondido boasts a solar-heated pool, an outdoor kitchen and three levels of gardens. Each room features plasma TVs, air conditioning and continental breakfasts. According to Polermo is the best place to stay for travellers interested in Argentinian nightlife, gourmet food and high-end shopping. This secret gem is also rated best value in Buenos Aires.

Robert De Niro - Greenwich Hotel, Tribeca, New York, United States of America

Nestled in New York's elite Tribeca neighborhood, Greenwich Hotel is the legendary Robert De Niro's masterpiece. The award-winning actor spent six years working on every detail of this luxurious hotel. Featuring Siberian oak floors, antique silk rugs and bathrooms with Moroccan tile mosaics, it is hard not to feel like an A-list celebrity here. Each room is individually decorated and most boast stunning views over the Hudson River. However, the masterstroke of this hotel is the underground Shibui Spa, which was brought over piece by piece from Japan. If you can bear to leave this hotel for the day, you will find Washington Market Park and the Tribeca Performing Arts Center less than five minutes walk away.

Andy Murray - Hotel Cromlix, Kinbuck, United Kingdom

Placed atop 34 acres of isolated woodlands and manicured gardens, Cromlix Hotel, owned by British tennis great, Andy Murray, will make you feel like royalty. Pretend you are a King or Queen in one of the exquisite rooms featuring gold, silver and copper hand-painted free-standing baths, 32-inch flat-screen TVs cleverly disguised as mirrors and 400 thread Egyptian cotton bed linen. The estate also boasts Andy Murray approved tennis courts and a nearby loch for fishing. If you are on the more adventurous side other on-site activities include archery and a falconry display.