11 Movie Spots That Not Only Can You Visit, But You Can Even Stay There

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The Villa Sophia from the TV series and movie “Entourage.”

Cost: $395/night

Location: Los Feliz, Los Angeles

Check out the rental here.

The Eagle Pass Hotel from “No Country For Old Men” is actually called the Plaza Hotel.

Cost: roughly $109/night

Location: Las Vegas, New Mexico

Check out the hotel rooms here.

Tony Stark’s cabin in “Avengers: Endgame.”

Cost: $800/night

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Check out the rental here.

Bella Swan’s house in “Twilight”

Cost: $297/night

Location: St. Helens, Oregon

Check out the rental here.

The “Victorian Gentleman’s residence” featured in the TV show “Sherlock.”

Cost: $475/night

Location: Newport, South Wales

Check out the rental here.

The house from the Ryan Reynolds RomCom “Definitely, Maybe.”

Cost: $75/night

Location: Brooklyn, New York

Check out the rental here.

Timberline Lodge was used for the exterior shots in “The Shining.”

(The interior shots were filmed at Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire, England)

Cost: Roughly $235/night

Location: Mt. Hood, Oregon

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Shoshanna’s Toyko apartment on “Girls”

Cost: $203/night

Location: Mitaka-Shi, Japan

Check out the rental here.

Kellerman’s Resort from “Dirty Dancing” is actually called the Mountain Lake Hotel.

Cost: roughly $160/night

Location: Lake Lure, North Carolina

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The house AND the same bed from 1998’s “Shakespeare in Love”

Cost: $78/night

Location: Suffolk, England

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The house from “Ex Machina” is actually a hotel called Juvet Landscape Hotel.

Cost: roughly $343/night

Location: Valldal, Norway

Check out the hotel rooms here.

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