PICS: From The Shining to Pretty Woman - see your favourite hotel scenes from a new perspective

Have you ever watched a movie and wondered what it would be like to fully immerse yourself in the scenes and rooms of your favourite - or even least favourite - characters?

Well, our friends over at Viewfinder Expedia have got you sorted with these axonometric mock ups of what some of the most iconic cinematic hotel room floor plans look like.

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Check them out below:

1. Pretty Woman's Regent Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills, USA

Julia Roberts and Richard Gere became household names following the craze about this Blockbuster icon. Set in a Los Angeles hotel, you too can live the lavish life of Roberts's character in the pretty Beverly Wilshire.

pretty woman beverly hills movie hotel floor plan

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2. Lost in Translation's Park Hyatt Hotel in Tokyo, Japan

Sophia Coppola's bittersweet platonic-rom-com rewrote western moviegoers' conceptions about the stunning hub of Japan. Get lost in Japan at Tokyo's lovely Park Hyatt on your next visit.

lost in translation tokyo movie hotel floor plan

(Photo: Viewfinder Expedia / Supplied)

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3. The Shining's The Majestic Yosemite Hotel in Yosemite National Park, USA

King among famous hotels, the one from The Shining has captivated movie lovers for nearly four decades! But you needn't fret, The Majestic Yosemite Hotel isn’t haunted... Previously known as Ahwahnee Hotel, The Majestic is a actually a rather peaceful place, thoughtfully set in one of the most popular and beautiful national parks in California - it truly is worth a booking. 

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(Photo: Viewfinder Expedia / Supplied)

4. James Bond: Goldfinger's Fontainebleau Miami Beach in Florida, USA

Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel rooms are etched into the memories of Bond fans as setting the scene for where Sean Connery found that his girlfriend had been painted to death with gold leaf. 

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5. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas's Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, USA

The Ambassador hotel was the location for the Academy Awards for six glorious years, and famously was the place where presidential candidate Robert F Kennedy was assassinated. Even among other notable hotels in Los Angeles, it was a hot-spot for celebrities. Rudolph Valentino, Charlie Chaplin, Joan Crawford, and Errol Flynn were among those who could be spotted drinking at the hotel’s nightclub, even during prohibition! 

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6. Hotel Chevalier's Hôtel Raphael in Paris, France

Wes Anderson's short prologue to The Darjeeling Limited is an overlooked gem. Hôtel Raphael on Avenue Kléber stood in for the fictional Hotel Chevalier, and although the characters never leave the room they might have taken in a panoramic view over Paris had they ventured to the rooftop terrace. The director’s trademark vintage aesthetic is reflected in the traditional, love-worn, but opulent conditions of Jason Schwartzman and Natalie Portman’s luxury hotel room. 

hotel chevalier movie hotel floor plan

(Photo: Viewfinder Expedia / Supplied)

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7. The Hangover's Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada

Live like an emperor in Vegas at this epic stay. The Roman-inspired art and architecture of the Caesars Palace suites served the backdrop for the cult flick of the Hangover franchise. 

The Hangover movie hotel floor plan

(Photo: Viewfinder Expedia / Supplied)

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