James Bond's hotels

James Bond hotels are luxurious retreats connected to the James Bond films
Most travel guides include pages listing a selection of hotels available in different price ranges. We want to be no exception, although we will limit ourselves to this overview of hotels that EON Productions choose over the years for 007 to spend his nights in. In general, if you want to stay here, be prepared to spend the extra money. In return you will be pampered, spoiled with luxury and enjoy some of the finest hotels. These hotels will make you feel like James Bond and above all, you will be where the action took place. Here's a list, click on the hotels to explore!

Dr. No

Dr. No poster

Grand Port Royal Marina

Formerly the Morgan's Harbour Hotel.
Port Royal, Jamaica.

Liguanea Club

Kingston, Jamaica

From Russia With Love

There are no hotels connected to this James Bond film


Goldfinger poster


Miami Beach, Florida, USA

Stoke Park

Stoke Poges, UK


Thunderball poster

Atlantis Resort

Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas

Coral Harbour Hotel

Contrary to my earlier findings, the Coral Harbour Hotel does still exist, even though it is no longer a hotel. It's located at (surprise-surprise) Coral Harbour and is now part of the Bahama Coastal Defence base.

You Only Live Twice

New Otani

Tokyo, Japan


Shigetomi-so is the building and garden used as Tiger Tanaka's home. The house is just outside Kagoshima and used to by a ryokan, a Japanese style guest house. Nowadays, it is a restaurant and you are no longer able to spend the night there.

On Her Majesty's
Secret Service


Estoril, Portugal


Bern, Switzerland

Diamonds Are Forever

Hotel du Cap Eden Roc

Antibes, France

Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Circus Circus

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA


Las Vegas, Nevada, USA


Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
One of the oldest and most recognizable hotels of Las Vegas unfortunately closed its doors in May 2015.
The Riviera was the hotel where cast and crew stayed during the 7 weeks Las Vegas shoot. It's where Bond met Plenty O’Toole at the gambling tables where also the scene was filmed with Sammy Davis Jr., which eventually ended up on the floor of the cutting room.
The Riviera will be demolished to make way for convention and meeting facilities.

Live And Let Die

Couples Sans Souci

Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Half Moon Resort

Montego Bay, Jamaica

The Man With The
Golden Gun


Hong Kong, SAR China


Bangkok, Thailand

The Spy Who Loved Me

The Spy Who Loved Me poster

Cala di Volpe

Porto Cervo, Sardinia

Mena House

Giza, Egypt



Venice, Italy

For Your Eyes Only

Miramonti Majestic

Cortina 'd Ampezzo, Italy

Villa Sylva

Corfu, Greece


Shiv Niwas Palace

Udaipur, India

Taj Lake Palace

Udaipur, India

Never Say Never Again

Luton Hoo

Luton, England

British Colonial

Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas

A View To A Kill

There are no hotels connected to this James Bond film

The Living Daylights

Palais Schwarzenberg

Vienna, Austria
The elegant and baroque hotel 'Im Palais Schwarzenberg' was Bond'& Kara's hotel in Vienna, in The Living Daylights. The hotel has been closed for many years, due to a total renovation. It is unclear when it will reopen.

Licence To Kill

Gran Hotel Cuidad de Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico


The Langham

London, England

Tomorrow Never Dies

Atlantic Kempinski

Hamburg, Germany

Stoke Park

Stoke Poges, UK

The World Is Not Enough

There are no hotels connected to this James Bond film

Die Another Day

There are no hotels connected to this James Bond film

Casino Royale

Grandhotel Pupp

Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

One & Only Ocean Club

Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas

Villa La Gaeta

San Siro, Lago di Como, Italy

Quantum of Solace

ESO Hotel 'Residencia'

Antofagasta, Chile

Torre di Talamonaccio

Talamone, Italy


Four Seasons

Canary Wharf, London, UK


Gran Hotel Cuidad de Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico

Villa di Fiorano

Rome, Italy


Ian Fleming's Goldeneye in Jamaica

Goldeneye Resort

Oracabessa, Jamaica
Not necessarily linked to a specific film, a page devoted to Bond related hotels and resorts simply cannot be written without including Ian Fleming’s former home on Jamaica, Goldeneye. Here all James Bond novels were written so if you want to be inspired, you shouldn’t think about the rates and go! It'll be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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