Hotels Inspired by James Bond – 007

James Bond 007 is a man on the move. This is the 25th film in the series, and it was the last to star Daniel Graig as the British Secret Service agent who glamorously pursues villains all around the world. We look back at some of the most beautiful locations used in James Bond films, from Dr. No in 1962 to No Time to Die.

London, United Kingdom | Great Scotland Yard

Since Bond works in England, the country is frequently featured in films. You can have a rural adventure in Buckinghamshire at Stoke Park, which appeared in both Goldfinger and Tomorrow Never Dies, or you can stay in a hotel that features 007-themed decor and features scenes from both films. Great Scotland Yard (pictured), a new hotel in the former Metropolitan Police headquarters near Trafalgar Square, is another option for a central London. You only have to order your vodka martini at the bar to feel like James Bond. 

Matera, Italy | Sextantio le Grotte Della Civita

Matera, an iconic Italian village with cave homes dating back 9,000 years, appears in the latest James Bond thriller, No Time to Die. To avoid the hassle of driving through the narrow streets of this World Heritage Site, book a room at Sextantio le Grotte Della Civita and live like a local. We seriously doubt that 007 would have time for a relaxing bubble bath here, but we hope you do.

Venice, Italy | Cipriani, A Belmond Hotel, Venice

Casino Royale features a cameo from the terrace restaurant at Cipriani, A Belmond Hotel, Venice, where Daniel Craig’s Bond moors his yacht. The luxurious retreat is located on Giudecca Island, just a four-minute water taxi journey from Venice’s historic Piazza San Marco. It features an Olympic-sized saltwater pool with sweeping views of the city’s lagoon and St. Mark’s Square.

Costa Smeralda, Italy | Hotel Cala di Volpe

We can’t say that we blame James Bond for his undying affection for Italy. The renowned Hotel Cala di Volpe on Costa Smeralda in Sardinia is featured in the 1977 film The Spy Who Loved Me. In this lobby, James Bond (Roger Moore) and KGB agent Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach) register for their flight. The heroes travel to and from the beach in a white Lotus Esprit that can transform into a submarine.

Paris, France | The Peninsula Paris

Paris is featured prominently in A View to a Kill, Roger Moore’s final film in the Bond series, and the Eiffel Tower plays a pivotal role in the plot, as it is where Grace Jones’s character, May Day, takes a daring jump. Rather than risk such an unpleasant outcome, guests of The Peninsula Paris may appreciate the Iron Lady’s imposing silhouette from the hotel’s rooftop terrace while taking advantage of the hotel’s luxurious accommodations and attentive staff.

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