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Richard E. Grant explores some of the world's most iconic and luxurious hotels.
The series about luxurious hotels opens with visits to Caesars Palace in Las Vegas; Barkley Pet Hotel in Westlake Village, Cal.; and the Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons in New York.
Stops include Bastille's L'Hotel in Paris, where Oscar Wilde spent his final days; New York's Chelsea Hotel, which hosted Mark Twain, Stanley Kubrick, Edith Piaf, Sid Vicious and Robert Mapplethorpe; and the Dorchester in London, where Britt Ekland recalls meeting and falling for Peter Sellers there in 1964.
Spotlighting on the scandals behind the closed doors of the world's most famous hotels and how former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss made her fortune from a high-end prostitution service.
The behind-the-scenes tour of the world's most expensive hotels continues as Richard E. Grant visits The Ritz and Le Meurice and tastes a $5,000 burger at the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
Richard E. Grant checks into The Goring and The Ritz where he discovers some of the hidden extras offered by the world's most indulgent hotels, including afternoon teas and wine cellars.
Stops include the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, which features a secret stairway used by an infamous Tinseltown lothario; and L'Hotel in Paris, whose guests have included Serge Gainsbourg.
Richard E. Grant takes in the unique history of Ireland's most luxurious hotels, including a visit to the Europa in Belfast, the most bombed hotel in Europe.
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