By Hotels.Com on February 26, 2019
KUALA LUMPUR: What a time to be Lady Gaga. In the last year, the pop legend has starred in a box office hit, released a record-breaking album that gave her the most chart-toppers of any female artist this decade and chalked up numerous award accolades, including six award nominations.
The star has also continued her momentous trajectory establishing herself as the world’s most iconic style-setter, with looks ranging from the ridiculous to the sublime. It’s not just the clothes she wears, even the hotels she graces are feeling the effect. As she kicks off her residency at the Park MGM Las Vegas, Hotels.com reveals a 100% increase in searches since the residence started, compared to an average boom of 40% for other Las Vegas hotels in the same period.
To pay tribute to this trendsetting talent, Hotels.com has imagined top hotel rooms that she has stayed in, all inspired by the star herself. From a black leather boudoir and the guardian Giant Danes of her exciting poker-themed music video, to a white, sparkly suite reminiscent of a romance gone bad and a loud, prison inspired pad that’s ringing off the hook – these rooms are fit for fans everywhere.
Nelson Allen, General Manager, Asia Pacific of Hotels.com brand, said: “Whether she’s checking in while on tour or shooting that iconic scene for her blockbuster, award-nominated film, hotels are a big part of Lady Gaga’s amazing life. We’re a bunch of Little Monsters here at Hotels.com, so ahead of the big awards season we’re showing our love and support in our very own, hotels-obsessed way. We’ve gone gaga for Gaga. What can I say, maybe we were just born this way!”
Hotels.com review rating: 7.8 out of 10
Would you stay in an Ally-inspired room here?
Imagine an Ally-inspired version of a Park MGM suite, where Lady Gaga has started her residency, nestled on Las Vegas Boulevard, right in the heart of the action. The 4-star hotel has 2,605 guestrooms, a casino, three restaurants, full service spa and an outdoor pool – perfect for letting your inner rock star out. The room would be western inspired with nods to her character’s clothing, love of music and venues where the singer performed.
Book from RM321 per room per night
Hotels.com review rating: 9.4 out of 10
Hopefully a room here would lead to a good romance?
If you’re caught in a bad romance, wouldn’t it be great to check into this stark white yet oh-so fabulous suite at the Hotel William Gray, inspired by one of the star’s biggest hits. Famed as the spot where free pizzas were handed out to fans in 2017 when the much-anticipated concert was cancelled, this gorgeous hotel has 127 smoke-free guestrooms, restaurants, a library and a lounge – perfect for warming up the vocal cords”. The mirror, chandeliers and diamonds from the video all make an appearance.
Book from RM653 per room per night.
Hotels.com review ratings: 9.4 out of 10
Staying here would never be a gamble
Do as she herself did back in 2011 where the star became a local fixture on Punta de Mita’s secluded beaches, ripping up the surf. Once you’re done, get your superstar on, in this song-inspired room and enjoy the upscale beachfront resort popular with many celebrities for its private beach, 5 restaurants and a full-service spa. Snap an epic shot lounging on your black leather bed, complete with statuesque dogs and robotic mannequins, as the star did in circa 2009.
Book from RM2,966 per room per night.
Hotels.com review rating: 9.2 out of 10
‘Ring ring’ I’m calling to get a room please
Hello, it’s the star’s favourite London hotel calling! This luxury hotel, rumoured to be one of her faves in the UK, is perfect to check in to if you want to escape. Get your best mate and get your boogie on in this prison-inspired pad, reminiscent of the iconic music video. With The Dorchester 250 guestrooms, a full-service spa and four mouth-watering restaurants, guests can indulge in the spectacular décor and share some seriously #Instaworthy content.
Book from RM2,587 per room per night.
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