Various Hotels in 007 Movies

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This year, Daniel Craig‘s final film as James Bond, <No Time To Die>, was released.Although there was no direct manipulation of hotel locks in any of his Six films , but as one of the world’s most famous movie series, the 007 story takes place in many hotels.

<No Time To Die> is the Daniel's last James Bond performance
No Time To Die is the Daniel’s last James Bond performance

 

1.Landscape from Italian coast
Matera Basilicata,Italy

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1996, Matera has been impoverished by its artsy hotels, small restaurants, boutiques and homes.

The cave suite at the beginning of <No Time to Die> is a cave hotel.

2.Grandhotel Pupp,Czech Republic

Fictional hotel-Hotel Splendide(up) and the real- Grandhotel Pupp

In <Casino Royale>, the Grandhotel Pupp in the Czech republic is transformed into “Hotel Splendide” in Montenegro.

3.Four Seasons Hotel,Canary Wharf
London,England

Skyfall opening scenes, Bond swims in an ornate turquoise rooftop swimming pool with unparalleled views of London at night.
The 20m-long constant-temperature infinity pool is located in a specially designed building with floor-to-ceiling glass walls overlooking the Thames on one side and the landscaped gardens on the other.

If you do plan to stay in Four Season Hotel London you can try booking room 712, where Bond and Severine shower scenes are said to have been filmed.

4.Gran Hotel Ciudad de México

In the end part of <Spectre> Bond arrives in Mexico City and opens with a thrilling chase through the streets of The Day of the Dead, through a hotel and a vintage elevator set in the Grand City Hotel in Mexico City.

This is the 2nd time Bond went to this hotel. In 1989 <Licence to Kill> bond came on a mission with his female companions. The everthing seems no change in 30 years.

007(Timothy Dalton) came in 1989 in Licence to Kill  (up)
This hotel was originally built in 1899 and home to Mexico City's first department store, El Centro Mercantil (CM), the CM letter is now part of the hotel's logo.
This hotel was originally built in 1899 and home to Mexico City’s first department store, El Centro Mercantil (CM), the CM letter is now part of the hotel’s logo.

Located in Zocalo Square in the historic center of Mexico City, this hotel is one of the top hotels in Mexico City.

That’s come back to Daniel’s last 007 movie <No Time To Die>. In the beginning where 007 retire,that house is one of a five star resort.

The house where 007 retired is actually where 007 was born

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