America’s fascination with celebrities seems never-ending. But what are their travel habits compared to ours? For many Americans the favorite destination for Christmas is our own couch or bedroom. But for those of us who want to travel, some of the best deals can be found on Hotels.com. Hotels.com has wonderful Christmas family destinations for Disney and Washington D.C. But what kinds of vacations do celebrities like? Most of their destinations are bastions of adult fun and also quite pricey. Typically no child-oriented vacations are among the celebrity top 10 destinations. Let’s explore some of these exclusive getaways and learn the differences between ourselves and the very rich.
Christmas is impressively done in Mexico when Britney Spears and Jason Trawick take a private jet to a December getaway. Other celebrities are gleefully shopping in Los Angeles and Manhattan this week. Some of the more famous vacation landmarks in these cities that attract a lot of celebrity attention are the Andaz West Hollywood Hotel (5-Star) and the Capella Pedregal Hotel (5-Star) in Cabo. Both hotels have the highest level of accommodations and are well-known to entertainment and sports celebrities. Most of us are well aware that Las Vegas is a very popular vacation destination of celebrities. The Palms Hotel and Caesar’s Palace are famous for star watching at poolside. Rooms at Caesars and The Palms Hotel can cost less than $200 per night for Christmas if you book two weeks before Christmas Day. In some ways this is a unique surprise because most other celebrity destinations cost ten times as much. So there are some great travel deals at extravagant facilities on Christmas weekend and we can share in the fun. But there is also room for stars with more common ideas of what Christmas should be.
Robert Pattinson is took his girlfriend Kirsten Stewart to the English countryside last year. Most of us can relate to being home for Christmas, Robert is an Englishman, so this was the equivalent to staying home for the international film celebrity. For some of us who like England, we can do a Christmas vacation like our icons by visiting the Stafford London Hotel. This 5-star hotel costs only $500 per night and is located near the palace and other cultural landmarks. This high-end accommodation is frequently a place where American, Canadian and British celebrities can be found.
Ringing in the New Year is quite commonly done in Manhattan to watch the famed ball drop while it is televised to millions of Americans. Quietly our celebrity icons watch from around the world in places like the The Four Seasons Hotel in Costa Rica or the Cove Atlantis Hotel in the Bahamas. You could purchase the New Year’s weekend at the Cove Atlantis Hotel in the Bahamas for a mere $600 – $1055 dollars per night. The hotel offers the highest level of accommodations but it isn’t cheap. Its reviews show that you definitely get treated like a VIP, with all-suite seaside rooms, white sand beaches, flowing waterfalls, and freshwater pools. Ringing in the year like a celebrity is sure to be memorable should you choose one of these packages.
Now with all of these options, where will you spend your Christmas and New Year’s Day? It is clear the options are limitless. Party like a rock star for Christmas.