Celebrities who lived in hotels
Robert De Niro -
De Niro lived in Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, California, for extended periods of time.
Bob Dylan -
Hotel Chelsea in New York City was home to one of the most prolific lyricists of all time.
Marilyn Monroe -
The actress has a suite named after her called the Blonde Bombshell at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. She lived there for two years.
Elizabeth Taylor -
Taylor lived at the Hotel Bel-Air when she was married to Conrad 'Nicky' Hilton.
John Travolta -
Hotel Pink Beach was home to John Travolta and his late wife Kelly Preston for almost a year.
Al Gore -
As a son of a US senator, the former vice president spent a lot of his youth living in hotels.
Keanu Reeves - The 'John Wick' star lived in hotels for most of his adult life.
Janis Joplin -
Janis Joplin and Leonard Cohen lived at the Hotel Chelsea in New York City together.
Patti Smith -
American singer-songwriter Patti Smith used to live at the Hotel Chelsea in Manhattan in 1969 and 1970.
Jack Kerouac -
The Marlton Hotel in New York was home to the famed American novelist.
Peter Sellers -
The 'Pink Panther' star lived in The Dorchester hotel in London.
Oscar Wilde -
The Irish poet and playwright lived and died in L’Hotel in Paris.
Howard Hughes -
The air travel mogul enjoyed living in hotels like the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles and the Desert Inn in Las Vegas.
Tennessee Williams -
American playwright and screenwriter Tennessee Williams lived out of the Hotel Elysée in New York for 15 years.
Cole Porter -
The American composer lived at the Waldorf Astoria New York for 25 years.
Elaine Stritch -
The 'Two's Company' actress lived in the Carlyle Hotel in New York City for 12 years.
Richard Harris -
The man who played Dumbledore in the 'Harry Potter' movies until his death in 2002 lived at the Savoy Hotel in London.